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Made in Japan?

by: Randall Neustaedter OMD

(NaturalNews) Hold onto your chelators folks. And watch out for those Made in Japan labels on products. Are you worried that your seaweed may be radioactive? Should you eat that shrimp at the gourmet restaurant? Take that krill oil supplement? Start bowing to colleagues rather than shaking hands? Carry a Geiger counter?

Fish and other imports from Japan are now showing varying levels of radiation.

We are entering a strange era where Japanese products will all be suspect, and food manufacturers will add the label Not Made in Japan alongside the Non-GMO label. The nuclear disaster in Japan has us all worried about radiation exposure. Just look at the rate that potassium iodide pills were snatched up on the internet.

What should you do? Watch the news for actual levels of radioactivity in food products. Do not believe the mainstream media or the government.

Here is a map you can use to check gamma radiation emissions data near you in the US.…

Start taking supplements now that protect you from the effects of radiation. That includes chelating agents like chlorella, powdered fruit pectin (modified citrus pectin), or powdered zeolite. Then protect your liver with glutathione support by taking reduced liposomal glutathione, n-acetylcysteine, or milk thistle. Take antioxidants in the form of vitamin C, D, and E, Antarctic krill oil, grape seed extract or resveratrol, and others. And support digestive function and removal of toxins with a multi-vitamin supplement and probiotics.

About the author:
Dr. Randall Neustaedter, OMD, has practiced and taught holistic medicine for more than thirty years in the San Francisco Bay area, specializing in child health care. He is a licensed acupuncturist and doctor of Chinese medicine, author of The Holistic Baby Guide, Child Health Guide and The Vaccine Guide. Visit his website,, to register for a free newsletter with pediatric specialty articles and follow him on Facebook, at Dr. Randall Neustaedter, OMD.

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