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Little Running Deer on July 16th, 2014

Chemtrails: how to protect yourself

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IThe photo above was taken a couple of weeks ago in Totnes. In case you are not aware of this phenomena, chemtrails are toxic trails of chemicals…





Chemtrails have been tested all over the world and – although they vary – most seem to contain the same three elements:
- heavy metals: aluminium barium, arsenic
- fungi, bacteria and viruses
- strange fibres and other nanotechnology, the purpose of which seems to be to poison and to control us

To get heavy metals out of the body the following are helpful:
- Diatomaceous earth – you need to ensure that it is food-grade, take 1-2 teaspoons mixed with water on an empty stomach. Anyone who has done colon cleansing… this is just a type of clay which absorbs metals and other toxins. It’s very cheap – just over a tenner for 500g from amazon
- Have 20-30 minute hot baths using bicarb of soda and good quality salt – a generous handful of each – which draws toxins out of the body.
- Do a colon cleanse – there are many different protocols and products around – I generally use the ones from a small herbal company called Herbs Hands Healing
- Omega 3-6-9 – essential fatty acids apparently draw aluminium out through the hair

Generally detoxing the system – there are lots of different ways of cleansing the colon, liver and kidneys… I have just suggested the systems that I use.
- colon cleanse (I use the Herbs Hands Healing system)
- liver flush (Andreas Moritz’ system works best for me –
- kidney cleanse (again, Andreas Moritz)
- parasite cleanse (I use

To kill off pathogens and boost the immune system:
- MMS – Miracle Mineral Solution – unfortunately the people doing the spraying have outlawed this stuff in the US and Europe – because it is so cheap and effective – I buy mine from New Zealand – you can find suppliers and more info from
- Colloidal silver
- Oregano oil (Greenlife sells it and there is an informative leaflet)
- Coconut oil – anti-fungal and the best oil for coking anyway
- Garlic, turmeric, lemons, ginger root, chinese mushrooms
- Pau d’arco tea ( is the best value I have found)
- Aloe vera
- Apple cider vinegar






Nature has the answers to super bugs

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“Fallout Foods” Are Your Best Defense

The safest, smartest way to protect yourself in our current situation is to boost your consumption of foods that are rich in natural iodine.

I call these “fallout foods” because they pump up your body’s iodine supply, making you less vulnerable to any radioactive iodine in the air.

Even without an iodine supplement, you can protect yourself and family from the increased radiation overhead by getting more of these fallout foods into your diet.

The best of these iodine-rich foods come from the oceans far from Japan, Pacific ring of fire, — and topping the list is seaweed and other sea vegetables, the leading food source of iodine on the planet.

Seaweed and sea veggies are a mainstay in the Japanese diet (they consume more of it than any population on Earth), so they’re getting as much protection as these foods can provide.

But if you’re like most Americans, chances are the only seaweed you’ve ever swallowed was wrapped around a sushi roll.  And you probably couldn’t tell kombu from kelp if you’re life depended on it.  But that’s about to change.

Beefing-Up Your Seaweed Savvy

Here’s a rundown of the most popular types of seaweed available…

Kelp has an amazing 12 mg of iodine per teaspoon of granules. Sprinkle it onto any meal—salads, soups, and whole grains.

Kombu is a type of kelp that comes in strips. Add one 5″ strip to every pot of soup, grains and beans you cook (iodine is not affected by heat). It’s painless and flavorless, and you can remove it after cooking so squeamish family member won’t have to see it.

Dulse and wakame are other good sources of iodine — but, alas, nori is the iodine-poor member of the seaweed family. You can still get plenty of iodine in your sushi by adding kelp granules to the sushi’s rice, and/or cooking the rice with kombu.

Sea Veggies Remove Radiation from Your Body

In addition to protecting you from radiation, sea vegetables also pull radiation out of your body.  According to a 1964 McGill University study published by the Canadian Medical Association Journal, kelp reduces the intestinal absorption of radioactive strontium-90 by up to 80% (thus it passes through the body instead of sticking around where it can do damage).

Indeed, there are so many health benefits associated with seaweed that adding it to your current diet just makes good sense – whether fallout from Japan becomes a major health concern or not.

Curious to see how we could make “seaweed snacking” more appealing to Western taste buds, we’ve been experimenting with new recipe ideas in our My Healing Kitchen Test Kitchen.  Here are the winning favorites as voted by our Taste Panel…

Nori-Wrapped Crab Rolls with Wasabi and Roasted Red Pepper

Seaweed Cucumber Salad

Seaweed is definitely catching on in the health-conscious sectors of America. Seaweed snacks now populate entire sections of shelf space at Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods. One of my favorites is Annie Chuns Seaweed Snacks which is available in sesame or sinus-opening wasabi flavors. Both are big favorites around the MyHealingKitchen offices.

Other Radiation-Blocking Foods

No way, you say, that you’ll ever, ever eat seaweed?

Okay. So you’ll be happy to know there are several other foods that pack a big iodine wallop, including asparagus, garlic, Lima beans, mushrooms, sesame seeds, soybeans organic, spinach, summer squash, Swiss chard and turnip greens. (Just realize that these veggies are nowhere near as potent as the sea-faring sisters.)

And forget that urban rumor about getting your iodine from iodized salt. You’d have to swallow a half a cup of salt to get a scant 13 mg — and your blood pressure wouldn’t appreciate that one bit.

Put More Cancer-Blocking Foods on the Table

Radiation causes cancer by creating free radical molecules that damage DNA. So it makes sense to eat more foods and supplements that are rich in antioxidants these days — and research backs this up.

Choose foods loaded with the antioxidants vitamin C (papaya, kale, red bell peppers, broccoli, strawberries organic and kiwis), vitamin E (sunflower seeds, almonds, olives and spinach) and selenium (Brazil nuts, salmon Alaska wild, shrimp and turkey, and brown rice).

All of these are cancer-blocking heavyweights. And it’s easy to identify them. Just let your eyes guide you: Fresh, brightly-colored foods tend to be antioxidant treasures.

You also should consume more whole grains, especially brown rice. Whole grains are rich in fiber, phosphorus, antioxidants and selenium, all of which help escort toxins from the body.

And don’t forget rosemary. Spanish researchers published research in the British Journal of Radiology demonstrating that nothing fights the free radicals created by radiation like this aromatic herb. Since rosemary’s essential antioxidants are fat-soluble, they provide critical protection in areas water-based antioxidants can’t reach.

Other supplements that may be protective against radiation damage are vitamin D and vitamin K. Both support cell apoptosis, which is the programmed death of cells that accumulate various DNA errors (due to radiation and other causes). Vitamin D also supports DNA repair.