Nuclear Plant Radiation

There are increasing numbers of reports about radiation and nuclear waste seepage, free radicals and stress causing infirmities and illness. Many individuals do not want to use pharmaceuticals which tend to have side effects or medicines are very expensive and patients cannot afford them. These individuals are looking for alternative treatments. As more consumers become self educated they will continue to seek effective solutions to the environmental problems they are confronting.

If you drive on highway, what do you see? Plants. All is green. Look deep inside mountains and see green. Next to highway it’s yellow. An Australian institute did a test that every metric ton of gasoline (300 gallons) burned leaves 50mg of uranium in the air. How many metric tons of gasoline are you exposed to? It has an effect on your plants, on your asphalt. You take it into your garage. You are being environmentally poisoned every day. What are you doing about it? Do you want to be the yellow grass on the side of the highway or the green tree?

An article in the Orange County Register (Sunday, March 30, 2014) reported on concerns radiation impact on children and families in regards to the closed San Onofre Nuclear Reactor. Although there was not scientific conclusion that there was radiation impacting residents, anecdotal reports generated concerns amongst many individuals.
You don’t have to live along the California, Oregon, Alaska or Washington coast to be effected by radiation. Are you aware of the on-going effects of air currents and water-borne debris from Fukushima? Radiation levels appear to be on the rise everywhere. All around the world, lab-tests are showing that more and more people have unhealthy levels of mercury, cadmium, strontium, and uranium accumulating in their bodies. This can be a factor in the rising rates of Alzheimer’s, cancer, birth defects, autism, and auto-immune disorders and other illnesses. .

In another OC Register Article ( Monday, April 7, 2014) there was a report on a lawsuit filed by sailors from the USS Ronald Reagan after suspected exposure to radiation from the Fukishima power plant shut down.

The stories go on and on.

It can be scary. It is important to determine if you are being impacted by radiation in the atmosphere, at your employment, in your house. And it is important to find a strategy that will help you mitigate the effects of radiation safely.