Iodine for Nuclear Radiation Protection


Radiation exposure can cause thyroid cancer, one of the most devastating effects of a reactor melt-down. It works like this.

The thyroid gland makes thyroid hormone by concentrating iodine. Nuclear radiation contains radioactive iodine.

Saturating iodine binding sites in the thyroid gland with “regular” iodine leaves no room for the binding of radioactive iodine. Potassium Iodide is a low-cost way to protect yourself and your family against the long-term consequences of exposure to radiation.

When used correctly, potassium iodide tablets can prevent or reduce the amount of radioactive iodine taken up by the thyroid gland. The government and the military stock up on potassium iodide in case of nuclear disaster — but they are telling the rest of us “not to worry.”

Many Americans are cronically “undernourished” with iodine – iodine deficiency is common in North America. The FDA and CDC and other government agencies acknowledge this implicitly by recommending the use of Potassium Iodide in a radiation emergency since a thyroid gland that is not iodine deficient will not be prone to take up radioactive iodine.

Don’t wait for the Feds to say “take iodine now” to secure your stash of iodine. It is getting difficult and even impossible to buy iodine supplements right now. But as a Wellness Club member and subscriber to HealthBeat, “we’ve got you covered.”

We have secured a small “stash” of Iodoral, a high-quality source of iodine. And we will be holding this stash for the next 72 hours to give our members and subscribers “first dibs” on purchase. After that, we go “public” and I guarantee our supplies will be snapped up within 24 hours if not sooner.

Don’t wait. Get the iodine you need to protect yourself and your family from potential radioactive fallout. Iodine lasts for years and is a small price to pay for the peace of mind knowing that you are protected.

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