Doctor: Fukushima’s effects may be worse than those suffered in

Here’s some good ideas on what you can eat to help alleviate some of the effects of radiation exposure.

UP doctor: Fruits, herbs can help vs radiation, Sun Star, April 6, 2011:

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Dr. Romeo Quijano of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at UP Manila told the Senate committee on health that eating uncontaminated fruits and vegetables high in anti-oxidants can help people who have been exposed to radiation. These include berries, guavas, guyabanos, and soy beans.
Quijano added “anti-radiation” herbs like turmeric, basil, rosemary, ginseng, and green tea can also help reduce the effects of radiation exposure.
Garlic and onions, which contain sulfur, and iodine-rich foods, especially seaweeds, can also help. …
“Fukushima is really a big problem,” Quijano said, adding that the effects may be worse than those suffered in the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear emergency. …

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