Radiation Protection Risks

by | Mar 20, 2011 | Content Updates

There may be radiation protection risks.

Our report Protect Against Radiation Report shows seven steps we took to restore our health after absorbing high doses of radiation from Chernobyl. There is a lot of other information about ways to have radiation protection and to avoid radiation protection risks.

To help reader see this information about radiation  we are providing a free continuing update of ideas about radiation protection and radiation protection risks.

The following note about radiation protection risks entitled “What you must know before taking Potassium Iodide for Radiation Protection” comes from the Vesica Institute.

What you must know before taking Potassium Iodide for Radiation Protection

We have received many calls and emails from students & friends concerned about the Nuclear Accident in Japan and potential radiation danger in the U.S. & Canada.   A large number of people have told us they want to know if they should take Potassium Iodide (hereafter PI), which is being heavily promoted now for radiation protection.

There is a huge amount of misleading promotion of PI right now, either from sellers of the tablets or from well meaning persons who are not aware of the facts.
To protect your health and that of your loved ones, our resident expert Robert J. Gilbert Ph.D. (a former Marine Corps instructor in Nuclear-Biological-Chemical warfare survival) has written the following special report on what you need to know to make an informed decision on whether or not to take these PI tablets.

Feel free to share this email with anyone you think will be helped by it.
Robert is also working on other special reports to help you navigate the large amount of misleading or fragmentary information on this nuclear accident and on radiation protection in general, which will be sent out soon to everyone on our mailing list.


To protect your health and that of your loved ones, Here is what is essential for you to know:

*  Potassium Iodide only deals with one aspect of nuclear fallout (radioactive Iodine) and only protects one part of the human body (the Thryoid gland).

*  Potassium Iodide is not a complete protection against nuclear radiation.

*  Potassium Iodide, and other forms of Iodine, causes severe allergic reactions in some people.  Start with a very small amount to see if you have a reaction, before dosing large amounts.

*  If you know how to test energetically (either vibrational radiesthesia, kinesiology, or pulse diagnosis), then be sure to test yourself or other people for their not being allergic to the PI tablet before taking it.

*  Dosage levels of tablets sold for use after nuclear accidents are far beyond nutritional levels, and can be highly toxic.  They should only be taken in cases of certain exposure to high levels of radioactive iodine from medical tests or nuclear fallout.

*  High Dosage PI may cause birth defects, so pregnant women should take it only in cases of immediate radiation fallout danger (very “hot” zones.)

*  PI does not need to be taken far in advance of nuclear exposure.

*  PI should not be taken on an ongoing basis, and should be discontinued once exposure has ended.

*  Children should never be given the full dosage PI tablets which adults take; their dosage needs to be considerably reduced.

*  Natural sources of organic Iodine are much more bioavailable and less toxic than inorganic pharmaceuticals like PI tablets.

*  For more complete protection against radiation, there are specific foods and supplements which are needed.  Many people have survived severe nuclear exposure (especially in Hiroshima and Nagasaki) without any supplementation of high dosage PI tablets, by eating the correct radiation-clearing foods.

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See the entire article on Potassium Iodide from the Vesica Institute here.