The coming Earth changes will cause more natural disasters to occur, such as strong earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Certain media will try to use these changes to provoke fear, while others will try to brainwash you into thinking that it is the end of the world. It would not be wise to listen to these fear mongering media outlets because they are not interested in helping you. If you want to survive a nuclear disaster or a radioactive fallout, there are certain things that you must do. This article will cover some essential things you need to do to increase your chance of surviving a nuclear fallout or disaster.
Archive for March, 2011
Nuclear disasters are survivable as long as you are prepared and know how to protect yourself from radiation. One of the most important things you need to prepare for is radioactive contamination. The after effects of a nuclear disaster, such as radioactive fallout and “black rain” will contaminate the air, water and crops. This is why it is critical that you stock food and water. Staying inside and sealing the windows during a radioactive fallout are also important. If you have an underground fallout shelter, it would be wise to stay inside the fallout shelter instead of your home.
When a nuclear reactor meltdowns, some of it radioactive isotopes will get into the atmosphere and jet streams. This will affect almost everyone in the world. If the Fukushima nuclear reactors have melted down, their radioactive isotopes should reach the West Coast of the United States and Canada near the end of this week. If you live in these areas, it would be wise to stay inside as much as possible and take natural iodine from raw kelp or kelp powder. For best results, eat raw organic kelp. An iodine supplement you may want to look into is NutrioDine. It is one of the best iodine supplements on the market because it is made of atomic iodine, a form of iodine that the body can easily utilize.
Allergies can be a year round problem but they usually become worst during the spring. The causes of allergies can be endless but some of the common ones for triggering allergies are pollen, seafood and pets. These allergens usually cause an immediate response from the body, causing it to release high levels of immunoglobulin E (IgE). The main causes of allergies is a immune system that is not working properly. One of the causes of this is an unhealthy lifestyle. Allergies were almost unheard of in the early 1900s because people back then grew their own food free of synthetic chemicals. Now days, the food we buy at conventional grocery stores are contaminated with dozens of harmful chemicals.