Cell Repair After Radiation
Long after radioactivity has left the body, free radicals can cause continued damage through oxidative stress and cells are likely to require repair. For this reason, it is important to eliminate free radicals and repair the damage.
Three things are needed for cell repair after radiation:
- Nutrient-dense foods such as Spirulina and Chlorella
Cell Repair After Radiation: Alkalization
Alkalization refers to raising the pH of the body, thereby making it less acid. Acidity can be generally problematical and is known to contribute to many disease conditions, from cancer to arthritis. For cell repair after radiation, free radicals require available electrons to be neutralized. This is not likely in an acidic body, but is almost certain to happen when the body is relatively alkaline.
Cell Repair After Radiation: Antioxidants
Antioxidants neutralize free radicals electrically thus halting their potential for damage. Unchecked, free radicals can cause cellular damage particularly to DNA. Cell repair after radiation matters less in older people, but makes quite a difference in development (in fetuses, infants and children) as rapid growth builds on previous growth.
Cell Repair After Radiation: Nutrient-Dense Algaes
Both Spirulina and Chlorella were proven effective in cell repair after radiation after Chernobyl.
Simple Radiation Protection Steps:
- Radiation Protection Overview
- Chelate: (Pull radionuclides out of the body. Apple pectin works; use NCD to be most effective).
- Mineralize: to prevent uptake of radionuclides
- Cell Repair After Radiation:
- Take Antioxidants
- Eat nutrient-dense Algaes such as Chlorella & Spirulina)
- Radiation Shielding: Protect against Electromagnetic Frequency Exposure
- Radiation Detection: Learn how to detect radiation in your location with instruments. Visit monitoring websites.
- A Radiation Protection Checklist (Avoid bio-concentration when possible)
- Anti-Nuclear Activism