Friday, May 27, 2011

Anti radiation food, do they really work?

After Fukushima nuclear reactor meltdown, there are many method of countering the effect of radiation from our body. From the ridiculous to some smart idea. What I want to talk right now is the food method.

Many are suggesting baking soda, spirulina, vitamin C, and many else. This food do this, that food do that. All combined can clean yourself from radiation and bla bla bla bla ....

One big question remain. Do they really work?

I get many link about how to counter radiation with food. But so far I don't see a SINGLE one that show EVIDENCE. All of them are just talking without laboratory data. What the hell?

Ok, no evidence or lab testing. How about testimony? Some people can deal with testimony. Well, the testimony is ZERO too. No one ever refer to a successfull Chernobyl or Hiroshima Bomb cancer success story with some food for instance. A Chernobyl victim tell me that when the food become contaminated, all is useless. That make sense, radiation can mutate everything including drug or food.

Preach me all you want but I think all the article about using food to counter radio active is scam. If the writer of the anti radiation recipe is so confident, why don't they give some to the kamikaze worker at fukushima. Or better, show how good their solution is by walking inside 20 km restriction zone at Fukushima armed with their food. I am warning them though, the food may mutate before even entering their mouth.

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