Reader writes: There has been much concern over the past few years regarding the potential health effects of nuclear radiation coming from Fukushima. I seem to recall that organic sulfur may be beneficial. Can you confirm whether sulfur is helpful
With a historical backdrop that sounds very similar to sulfur, iodine is an essential element that our body needs to stay healthy but is lacking in a vast segment of the general population due to modern food processing practices, the
A recent EnergyNews article reported that UC San Diego chemists detected far more radioactive sulfur in La Jolla’s air than they expected two weeks after the Fukushima earthquake and tsunami that occurred on Mar. 11, 2011. Contrary to this disclosure,
On Jan. 14, 2014, EnergyNews published several alarming reports excerpted from other news sources that sardines have virtually disappeared all along the Pacific coast of the Northern Hemisphere. While Fukushima radiation exposure was not cited as a possible cause, it
From a doctor: The 1992 PubMed abstract you emailed that described how sulfur was found to be beneficial in providing protection against gamma radiation in animals is rather dated. Is there more recent information regarding potential clinical utility and whether
Fukushima: A Ticking Time Bomb Ready To Explode. If the General Public doesn’t wake up to the gravity of the situation, millions will pay dearly – with their lives.
Mainstream news outlets consistently fill airtime with reports about the latest pandemic or chronic disease that appears to be sweeping the Western world.
Debris from the Fukushima earthquake and tsunami is now washing up on the West Coast beaches of North America — some 15 months after the catastrophic event. Not long ago, irradiated seaweed was found off the southern California coast. Is