PESTS THAT MAKE US SICK - RADIATION
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The topic of today's article is one of the insidious pests that can make us sick - radiation. In the article you will read how radiation is one of the causes of problems that is often overlooked or denied because it cannot be seen. It is extremely important to know what we are up against in the world around us, what are the real causes of the symptoms and conditions and how to remove them in order to heal. It all comes down to having the truth that Anthony William reveals to you in his book Cleanse for Health .
"No one wants to age quickly - to have gray hair, wrinkles or prematurely develop degenerative bone disease. No one wants to shrink, to become shorter. No one wants their nails to become brittle and discolored. No one wants their teeth to darken and decay or develop cataracts or degenerative retinal disease. We just don't want to get old - we constantly talk about anti-aging, not exposure to radiation that accelerates the aging process. It contributes to the degeneration of cells. It's true that cells are constantly renewed, but radiation doesn't just disappear. We need to take active action using the 3:6:9 Cleanse and Heavy Metal Detox. (Heavy metal detox also targets radiation.) Otherwise, radiation stays with us even after death—hundreds of years after we're buried, our remains continue to emit radiation.
Radiation lowers immunity. Maintaining a strong immune system is extremely important to be able to fight off the pathogens and toxins we encounter every day. When we fly an airplane, we are exposed to a huge amount of radiation. Radioactive particles from tragedies such as Fukushima, Hiroshima and Chernobyl are still floating in the sky. Also, having just gone through baggage check, all the passengers on the plane have put their suitcases in the compartments above the seats, and all this concentration of radiation is right over our heads. And when we add the other sources of radiation, for example, X-rays, computed tomography, nuclear magnetic resonance, mobile phones and even food and water. If there is anything we can do to protect our health and vitality, it is worth doing.” - excerpt from "Cleansing for Health"
You might be surprised to hear that MRI is a source of radiation exposure. The industry does not tell us that there is a specific form of radiation that comes from an MRI that is different from the radiation that comes from X-rays and CT scans. Additionally, MRIs are often performed at the same medical center or in the same area of the medical facility where X-rays and CT scans are performed. This means that when you go for an MRI, you may inadvertently be exposed to additional radiation just because you are in the same area where these services are offered. You can sit in the waiting room or lounge of a medical center and be exposed to radiation from dozens of people carrying radiation from X-rays or CT scans performed at the same center. Also, many people who get an MRI have already had X-rays or a CT scan very recently, which means you could be exposed to the radiation they bring with them to the medical center. Again, we cannot avoid all exposure to radiation, which is why knowing how to remove it from your body using the information in the Cleanse for Health book is so helpful.
“Here's a lesser-known source of radiation - the luggage that just went through the check-in scanner. The bags collect radiation that stays on them for years – even centuries. Every time your backpack, bag or briefcase passes through the scanner, radiation accumulates on it and increases with each trip. That's why we have to throw the bags out of our carry-on every three trips. Checked bag scanners emit less radiation, so you may throw out those bags less often, say after 6 trips. (We're actually talking about a one-way trip. A round trip counts as two trips.)
This information sounds a little startling. This advice seems drastic and unreasonable, especially given the popularity of expensive suitcases and the attitude that we should use our belongings for as long as possible. You must be asking yourself - "Can I afford to buy a new suitcase every 2-3 trips?" Isn't that a waste?” – and rightfully so. The more important question is: Can you afford not to? Especially if you have a newborn or toddler who is even briefly around bags you've flown multiple times with, can you afford to expose them to that? (About the protection of children - in a moment.)
We also need to think about where we keep the bags we travel with at home. Especially when we have children or suffer from chronic diseases, we must be very careful not to leave frequently used luggage nearby. What if you're using the wardrobe in the nursery to store the family's carry-on that you've been on 5, 6 or 7 trips with? What if you sleep near the backpack you've traveled with 10 times and it emits radiation under your nose every night? Think about these questions. If you have children, try to change your travel bags regularly. Be especially careful not to let the baby near the luggage you were on the plane with. If you don't have children and can't afford to change suitcases, keep them as far as possible from where you spend most of your time at home.
What about the items that were in the luggage when it went through airport security? The biggest thing that collects the most radiation is the bag itself. Computers, phones and clothes are smaller and we keep them in separate places at home. We usually don't put all the shirts, pants, and sweaters from the trip in the same drawer where the radiation they absorb can accumulate. Also, these smaller items are replaced with new ones more often than travel bags, and we don't use them all the time, so it shouldn't be too much of a concern. The same applies to packaged food in hand luggage. When we consume something that has passed through the scanner, we absorb a small dose of radiation. However, the food they sell at the airport has also passed through a scanner. If you're eating while traveling and especially need fluids, take care of your health later with cleansing measures like the Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie .
This is what we mean when we talk about a normal lifestyle. There are exposures we cannot avoid. There are some that we can limit. Either way, it would be good for us to be informed. Then we'll make sensible decisions, like next time buying a cheap travel bag to throw away after a few flights, and not letting kids sleep near radiation-emitting luggage. If you're concerned that regularly throwing away travel bags is wasteful, think about the costs of illness and hospitalizations and how that would affect all aspects of your life.
It is possible that one day more attention will be paid to radiation at airports. If it does, expect to hear experts claim that radiation levels on luggage, if detectable at all, are harmless. That doesn't mean radiation is harmless - it's like being told mercury fillings are safe. Trust the truth.” - excerpt from the book "Cleansing for Health" .In his book Cleansing for Health, Anthony William shares advanced information about what happens in the body that causes symptoms and conditions to develop, and provides protocols for cleansing and healing. Thanks to them, you will discover how to cleanse your body of pathogens and toxins responsible for disease (including radiation), strengthen your immune system and other systems in the body, provide your body with the necessary hydration and nutrients, heal yourself emotionally and spiritually so that you can experience all the benefits that proper cleansing offers. Cleanse for Health is written with the sole purpose of becoming your compassionate ally and guide as you make the choices that are best for the health of you and your family.
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