Potassium Iodide tablets
Keep potassium iodide where you can easily find it as soon as you hear news of a nuclear emergency. You may want to keep a stash at work and in your car, as well; children can carry some with them to school and activities to take as directed by parents. Even if you can’t take it right away, potassium iodide will still help as long as you can get it into your body within three to four hours of exposure.
Potassium iodide should only be taken when instructed to do so by a public health official. Do not use as an everyday supplement. A diet containing adequate iodine from iodized salt, kelp (kelp tablets typically contain 225 mcg of iodine), and fish (with about 500 mcg per serving) provides stronger baseline protection against radioactive iodine.
Chlorophyllin Capsules with Zinc
Each day our cells undergo about 10,000 DNA gene mutations. About 70% of gene mutation is caused by environmental factors such as diet and smoking. Aflatoxin molds, nitrosamine preservatives, and pesticide-herbicide residues are some of the damaging substances that are present in our food supply. Even healthy foods contain small amounts of these undesirable substances.
It is not just environmental toxins that pose a concern. Foods cooked at high temperature also inflict cellular damage. Deep-fried foods along with well-done beef steak, hamburgers, and bacon cause the formation of gene-mutating heterocyclic amines.
Chlorophyllin is the modified, water-soluble form of chlorophyll that has been shown to have DNA protective and antioxidant properties. It can cross cell membranes, organelle membranes, and blood brain barriers (natural chrolophyll cannot). Chrolophyllin can even enter the mitochondria where 91% of oxygen reductions occur and where the majority of free radicals are produced.