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Dr. Bonnie Travis, DC / Herbalist
Dr. Bonnie Travis
Chiropractor /Herbalist


Healthy Living Newsletter


Removing Radiation From Our Bodies

As a follow-up on last month’s article on radiation, I have found some interesting ideas about removing radiation from our bodies, the food and water we consume and how to protect it from the damaging effects.
Removing radiation from your food and water can be accomplished by using Calcium Bentonite Clay (http://www.naturalnews.com/032119_radiation_bentonite_clay.html) this also works well for removing pesticides from your foods.

To remove radiation from your produce, Perry A~ Arledge, author of Living Clay, Nature's Own Miracle Cure, recommends starting with liquid clay. This is Calcium Bentonite Clay mixed with water at a ratio of 1 part clay to 8 parts water. In a large non-metallic bowl, mix 1/4 cup of liquid clay with 1 quart of water. Toss your fruits or vegetables in this clay water making sure they're completely covered and let them sit for about 10 minutes. Rinse and dry them, and store them as you normally would”.
Adding 1 tablespoon of Calcium Bentonite Clay per serving to dairy products will help to remove toxins such as the cesium, and other heavy metals (mercury, etc.) from your system. Make sure you drink plenty of water when you use the clay, because it is drying and will soak up the water around it. Please use this as a cleansing process, not an everyday thing.
As discussed previously, we can consume seaweed (kelp and agar agar), not only for its iodine, but for a substance called sodium alginate. It is a gelling agent that is used in many food products. This substance attaches to these contaminates and effectively removes them from the body.
It has also been advised that we think about eating mucilaginous foods. These would include oatmeal, oat bran, flax seeds (soaked), barley, tapioca, fennel, etc. Just think “slimy”. In the herbal realm think marshmallow, comfrey root, slippery elm, Irish moss, milky oat seeds, and wild yam, cinnamon.
Anti-oxidants will help our bodies to recover from the free radicals caused by radiation. Foods that are highly colored will help to add to your anti-oxidant choices. Anything with a dark color, like blueberries, red grapes, red and blue potatoes, kale and the brightly colored chard, black rice, Bhutanese red rice.
Don’t forget the herbs from the last article such as Ginkgo, Ashwaganda, Chyawanprash, holy basil, ginger, the mint family, and the super foods like spirulina and Chlorella which can help the body draw out the toxins.
Having given you all the above ideas, I am not suggesting that you have to do everything on the list, just choose what you like, and experiment with possibly some new foods. Some of you will notice that the suggestions are not a lot different that those that have been suggested by the health gurus for the last few years for cleansing and keeping our bodies healthy.
I also ran across a very interesting article “We are ALL Fukushima” (http://www.naturalnews.com/downloads/We-Are-All-Fukushima.pdf) It is a long article (45 pages), but it points out how we have all collectively played a part in this disaster and the chance to collectively evolve and heal beyond it. We can no longer put our heads in the sand and pretend that something that happens half way around the world does not affect us and that we need not be concerned.

Dr. Bonnie Travis
Chiropractor/Herbalist ~ Palmer Graduate 1984

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manipulation, physical therapy modalities, diet, nutritional, herbal and hormonal counseling.

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