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Food against radioactivity
Japanese research: Miso soup, salty white rice, brown rice, seaweed, kombu, seaweed, root vegetables, green vegetables, sea vegetables, seeds, beans, green tea - almost NO electric cooking, NO microwave, NO sugar, etc. - Dr. Tatsuichiro Akizuki - pioneer George Ohsawa - blood type nutrition by Dr. D'Adamo
Yellow and brown-red miso  - 4 different miso soups with mussels, algae, sprouts, etc.  - Dulse (ragweed) shrub-like on stones  -
Agar-agar in a glass from Rapunzel Company  - soy sauce in the typical bottle  - pumpkin cut open with pumpkin seeds 
Alex Jack (Kushi Institute, Massachusetts) during a lecture  - Dr. Akizuki, book: Nagasaki 1945  - Map of Japan with Tokyo and Nagasaki  - Dr. Akizuki, portrait 
presented by Michael Palomino (ab 2021)
Food against radioactivity
Each nuclear power plant radiates within a radius of 5 km. Where nuclear accidents have occurred, such as in Chernobyl or Fukushima, atomic radiation is at its maximum, and also the reprocessing plants in Sellafield or La Hague are such a maximum, where atomically contaminated water is secretly dumped into the sea day and night through kilometers of pipes on the seabed. In such cases, the population has to eat special foods for defending it's health - and this works! This has been done in Fukushima since 2011, and the entire Pacific has been radioactive since 2011. The European Atlantic is another atomic center, it has been radioactively contaminated by dumping nuclear waste since 1940 and by the reprocessing plants in La Hague and Sellafield drifting the atomic radiation from Morocco to Norway (this can be measured on the shore plants and by soil samples on the beaches). Radioactive contamination also occurs where criminal NATO has fired uranium ammunition since 1991. In Iraq, the radioactive dust is blown from the battlefields of southern Iraq to the Turkish border, and in the Balkans the uranium ammunition has been removed, but the soil around it is still radiating and continues to contaminate the areas. The population in radioactive areas can defend themselves with special food supplements. AND: In contaminated areas the earth has to be removed, the contaminated earth has to be burnt and replaced by unpolluted earth from other regions. WHO has to pay for that? The NUCLEAR INDUSTRY - and, in the case of uranium ammunition, NATO has to pay!
Now let's have a look at the food against radioactivity. Prof. Alex Jack from Kushi Institute in Massachusetts ("USA") made a web site showing foods that make people more resistant to radioactivity, original in English: https://www.dianuke.org/diet-to-help-protect-against-nuclear-radiation-by-alex-jack/
The foods against radioactivity are listed in detail below:
Fukushima 2011: The guidelines in Japan to defeat radioactivity
QUOTE Alex Jack:
Alex Jack (Kushi Institute, Massachusetts) during a lecture 
<The following guidelines are recommended to help protect against radioactivity since the current nuclear accidents in Japan [in 2011]:
- Miso soup against radioactivity: Eat 1 to 2 bowls of strong miso soup every day. Prepare with barley miso that has aged at least two years and cook with [the alga] kombu, which is stronger than [the alga] wakame, the seaweed that usually accompanies miso soup. Several root vegetables may also be added to the soup.
Red miso paste in a can  - yellow and red-brown miso  - miso soup with tofu and chives  - miso soup with cabbage leaves  - 4 different miso soups with mussels, algae, sprouts etc. 
- Sea vegetables against radioactivity: Eat sea vegetables daily. These include:
- Kombu/kelp highest in natural iodine (cooked regularly in beans, grains, and vegetable dishes)
- Wakame (in soups and salads)
- Arame ["tree alga"] (in stir-fried dishes, salads, spring rolls)
- Hiziki [Alga like a spine shrub] (in stir-fried dishes, salads, spring rolls)
- Dulse [dillisk, red alga] (highest in iron, prepared in salads, flaked/sprinkled , or toasted)
- Nori [alga leaves] (popular in suchi rolls, flakes, condiment)
- Agar-agar [gelling powder] (clear, flavorless thickening and gelling properties, makes jello/kanten desserts and more)
-- Kombu algae stripes (natural iodine) [web16]
Kombu algae stripes for natural iodine 
-- Kelp at a beach (natural iodine)
Kelp at a beach for natural iodine 
-- Wakame (a brown alga [web13])
Alga Wakame  Alga Wakame is drying on a net 
-- Arame (a "tree alga") [web15]
Tree alga Arame in the sea upright  - Tree alga Arame on a plate 
-- Hiziki (a brown alga [web14])
Hiziki alga  - Hiziki alga on a rocky coast line 
-- Dulse (sea lettuce, red alga) [web15]
Dulse (sea lettuce) like a shrub on stone  -
Dulse sea lettuce in a salad sieve 
-- Nori (roasted + seasoned seaweed leaves
of green algae or red algae) [web16]
Nori algae chips  - Nori rolls 
-- Agar-Agar (natural gelling agent made from algae, agartang, Japanese
Isinglass, Japanese gelatine, Chinese gelatine) [web17]
Agar-agar in a glass from Rapunzel Company  Agar-agar powder 
Buffing slices with agar-agar 
- Brown rice against radioactivity: Eat brown rice at every meal in whole form or ideally made into rice balls covered with nori seaweed with a dab of umeboshi plum in the center.
Rice balls with brown rice  - Brown rice, whole grain rice 
- Fermented foods against radioactivity [fermented foods]: (tempeh, miso, shoyu, natto, umeboshi, non-heated sauerkraut and pickles)
Tempeh (soy paste), miso (soy rice paste), shoyu (soy sauce), natto (soy beans in slime), umeboshi (pickled ume fruits), unheated sauerkraut and cucumber
-- Tempeh (fermented soy paste [web10])
Tempeh on the cutting board  - Tempeh fried on lettuce 
-- Miso (fermented soy rice grain paste)
Red miso paste in a dose  - yellow and brown red miso 
Soy sauce Shoyu  - soy sauce Shoyu in a traditional soy sauce bottle 
-- Natto (soy beans in slime [web11])
Natto: Soy beans in slime 
-- Umeboshi (Pickled ume fruits, Japanese apricots [web12])
Umeboshi: pickled ume fruits (Japanese apricots) 
-- Sauerkraut (fermented cabbage)
Sauerkraut (fermented cabbage)  and pickles (pickled) 
- Vegetables against radioactivity: Eat a variety of vegetables, including:
- Root vegetables such as daikon (mooli [web19]), lotus root, carrot, burdock, and parsnips
Winter radish (Daikon radish, Japanese radish, Chinese radish)  - Lotus flower  and lotus root  - Carrots  - Greater burdock  - Root of greater burdock  - Pastinnaks 
- Green vegetables, high in chlorophyll [green sallads, cucumbers, broccoli etc.]
- Cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, turnips, cabbage, spinach, cauliflower, and greens such as kale)
- Dark leafy greens including broccoli, kale, romaine, endive, chicory, escarole (collard greens), watercress, mustard and dandelion greens
- Dark yellow and orange vegetables (carrots, sweet potatoes, yams, pumpkins, winter squash)
- Eat seeds against radioactivity (especially seeds from pumpkin, sesame, sunflower); all nuts sparingly
Pumpkin cut open with pumpkin seeds  - Pumpkin seeds from Rapunzel company 
Sesame plant with sesame blossom  - Sesame fruits  - Sesame seeds 
Sunflower field in Luddesdown, England  - Sunflower seeds with shell  -
Sunflower seeds without shell 
- Sesame oil against radioactivity: Use sesame seed oil for seasoning, which contains a substance that increases blood platelets [thrombocites] (a must for fighting infection). Use in moderation. (Thrombocytes are responsible for blood clotting [web20])
Sesame oil with white and black sesame seeds 
- Beans + bean products (tofu, tempeh) against radioactivity: Eat a moderate amount of beans and bean products such as tofu and tempeh
Beans in glasses  - Tofu (bean quark, bean cheese [web21])  - Tofu truffles in Asian sauce with rice  - Tempeh (fermented soy paste [web10]): Tempeh on the cutting board  - Tempeh fried on a salad 
- All food should be well cookes and not be eaten raw [contraditcion: see the raw food kitchen of Dr. Bircher-Benner].
- Green tea against radioactivity: Drink Bancha branch tea (Kukicha) and boil it with spring or well water.
Kukicha tea = Japanese green tea [web22]
Japanese green tea Kukicha 
- Cook with gas, charcoal, wood, or other natural fuel source. Avoid electric and microwave.
- Reduce: Minimize the consumption of animal food (including meat, poultry, eggs, dairy, fish, and seafood), refined grains, tropical vegetables, oil, fruit, sugar, herbs, spices, stimulants, and alcohol.> [web01]
[In addition, the following harmful foods must be eliminated and prohibited: white bread, white rice, french fries, lemonades such as CocaCola etc.].
Japan: Research on food against radioactivity
How did the victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki who could survive? With miso:
"After the atomic bombing of August 9, 1945, Dr. Akizuki and other doctors in Nagasaki treated and saved many radioactive people with anti-nuclear food. Several years ago [in 2003 appr], Hiroko Furo, Ph.D., as associate professor of Japanese Studies at Illinois Wesleyan University, interviewed thirty survivors of the atomic bombing in Hiroshima and Nagasaki (including many of Dr. Akizuki’s patients) and found that up to 90 percent attributed their health and longevity to miso and other healing foods. From the ashes of World War II, their transformative experience continues to offer hope to a new generation of nuclear survivors." [web01]
Dr. Akizuki, portrait  - Dr. Akizuki, book: Nagasaki 1945  - Map of Japan with Tokyo and Nagasaki 
Let's make a chronology of the events:
Chronology 1945 to 2011: Food against radioactivity
since August 9, 1945:
-- Dr. Akizuki from Nagasaki prescribed a special diet against radioactivity: miso soup, brown rice, seaweed, root vegetables
-- Dr. Akizuki investigated the healing power of foods among others with George Ohsawa, the "father of modern macrobiotics".
The orders at his hospital in Nagasaki he gave were the folowing ones:
-- Cancer patients with catarrh due to radioactivity are given a "mild salt solution to drink" [this could be water with sodium bicarbonate?]
-- white rice balls must be salted
-- "Salty, thick miso soup with every meal"
- "Never use sugar, anything sweet, it will destroy your blood"
-- the following symptoms of radioactivity disappeared: nausea, blood in the excrement, hair loss
-- Stupid nuclear tests lead to increased radioactive contamination, and research comes to the result that kombu and seaweed help reduce radioactive strontium by 50 to 80%
-- Hiroshima: Miso is tested in the diet, and the result is: people have up to 5 times more resistance to radioactivity than with a normal diet
Yellow and brown-red miso  - 4 different miso soups with mussels, algae, sprouts etc. 
Yellow and brown-red miso  - 4 different miso soups with mussels, algae, sprouts etc. 
-- Accidents in Chelyabinsk and Chernobyl lead to more food transports from Japan to the accident regions in order to save lives with food against radioactivity
-- Dr. Akizuki publishes his book "Nagasaki 1945"
The original text of Alex Jack
Alex Jack (Kushi Institute, Massachusetts) during a lecture 
<M.D. Tatsuichiro Akizuki, director of St. Francis Hospital in Nagasaki, saved the lives of all of his surviving patients after the atomic bombing on August 9, 1945, by prescribing a special diet of miso soup, brown rice [whole grain rice], seaweed, and root vegetables.
Though no one in Nagasaki knew the bomb was radioactive, Dr. Akizuki had worked as a radiotherapist and recognized that catarrh, a common symptom among bomb survivors, was frequently brought on by the continual irradiation of persons suffering from uterine or breast cancer. He found that giving the cancer patients a mildly saline solution to drink would improve their condition [this could be sodium bicarbonate in water?]. He had also met George Ohsawa, the father of modern macrobiotics, in Tokyo and studied the healing power of food.
“I felt something like confidence welling up in my chest,” Dr. Akizuki recalls in his book Nagasaki 1945 (London, Quartet Books, 1981). “I gave the cooks and the staff strict orders that, when they made the unpolished-rice balls, they must add some salt to them, and to make salty, thick miso soup at every meal, and never use any sugar. When they failed to follow my instructions, I scolded them remorselessly, saying: ‘Don’t ever take any sugar, nothing sweet! It will destroy your blood!’”
Thanks to this dietary method, all the patients and staff survived while living in the lethal ashes of their ruined hospital. Their hair stopped falling out, and they didn’t have any more nausea or bloody excrement. “It was thanks to this food that all of us could work for people day after day, overcoming fatigue or symptoms of atomic disease and survive the disaster free from severe symptoms of radioactivity,” Dr. Akizuki explained.
The St. Francis Hospital was rebuilt, and for many years Dr. Akizuki served as director of the Nagasaki Association for Research into Hibakushas’ [atomic bomb survivors’] Problems. Over the years, he grew more religious but still attributed the miraculous survival to the diet. “We have a mission, to tell what happened here,” he wrote in his autobiography. “That is why we feel God gave us life, to live until now.”
[Here one can really conclude: Mother Earth is just healing everything].
As the Cold War progressed, the United States and the Soviet Union conducted widespread atmospheric nuclear testing, and food contamination became an international issue. Scientists at McGill University in Montreal began a series of experiments in the 1960s designed to identify a food or nutrient that could help counteract the effects of nuclear radiation and fallout. In a series of articles published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, they reported that common sea vegetables such as kombu and kelp contain a substances, sodium alginate, that could reduce by 50 to 80 percent the amount of radioactive strontium absorbed through the digestive system.
By the late 1980s and early 1990s, Japanese researchers, influenced by Dr. Akizuki’s experience, weighed in on the quest. Kazumitsu Watanabe, professor of cancer and radiation at Hiroshima University’s atomic bomb radiation research center, reported that people who ate miso regularly tested up to five times more resistant to radiation than people not eating miso. Laboratory studies on mice further confirmed that miso specifically helped protect the small intestine from harm.Red miso paste in a can  - yellow and red-brown miso  - miso soup with tofu and chives  - miso soup with cabbage leaves  - 4 different miso soups with mussels, algae, sprouts etc. 
1980s and 1990s
Meanwhile, in the Soviet Union, a series of nuclear accidents resulted in further use of dietary methods to neutralize radioactive particles. In 1990, as director of the Kushi Institute, a macrobiotic educational center in western Massachusetts, I organized an airlift of several thousand pounds of miso, sea vegetables, and other detoxifying foods to physicians in Chelyabinsk and Chernobyl.> [Web01]
Blood group nutrition against radioactivity
Also blood group nutrition of Dr. D'Adamo should help - Link
because each blood group has its own type of stomach and metabolism.
Miso spread and miso soup against radioactivity
Miso + Dashi = miso soup (Jap.: misoshiru [web09]): Miso is the fermented soy-rice-grain paste, and dashi is the broth (a fish soup [web08]), and together this gives a miso soup "Misoshiru". The miso paste can also be used as a sauce or spread [web02]. Miso is a 3 to 6 month fermented paste made of soaked soybeans, steamed rice, the mushroom Koji for fermentation (Aspergillus oryzae), and approx. 12-14% salt is added, and more ingredients and water [web07], barley, seaweed. In total, miso contains protein, vitamins, minerals [web02].
Other grains are also used for miso ("pseudograins") [web03] such as amaranth, quinua [web04], buckwheat, canihua [web05] etc. Miso is white, red or in mixed colors, can be sweet or salty. Miso varies from region to region. In Kyoto, for example, a sweet miso "Sikyo-Miso" is used to glaze fish and meat when grilling. Kinzanji miso from the Wakayama region (Japan) is a sweet cream to eat as it is, with ginger, eggplant and shiso leaves. [web06].
In the milky miso soup (broth) you can throw everything that is seasonally and locally available: Negi (spring onions), tofu, spices, wakame algae, put 1 potato in, mushrooms, seaweed, shrimp, fish, mussels, radish (Jap.: daikon) [web09].
Miso soup with tofu and chives  - Miso soup with cabbage leaves  - 4 different miso soups with mussels, algae, sprouts etc. 
Production of the miso paste: Steamed soybeans and steamed grain are fermented with the koji mushroom and a [semi-alcoholic] miso paste is produced [web03]. After 3 months the fermented miso is turned [web07]. It can be eaten now, others leave it for another 3 months [web03] with cling film for another 2 to 3 months in a dark, cool place. After a total of 6 months, miso has to be stored in the refrigerator to prevent further fermentation [web07].
Agar-agar against radioactivity
The vegetable gelling powder agar-agar is made from the cell walls of some types of algae (especially red algae, such as Gracilaria, Gelidiopsis, Gelidium, Hypnea and Sphaerococcus species), mainly from East Asia. [web17]
Agar-agar is 7 to 8 times stronger than gelatin which is made of animals. Agar-agar is tasteless, low in calories, vegan and gluten-free. Buffing things bring them simply to boil, put agar-agar in it and stir well [web18].
Agar-agar in a glass from Rapunzel Company  Agar-agar powder  - Buffing slice with agar-agar 
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[web01] Alex Jack: Diet to Help Protect Against Nuclear Radiation: https://www.dianuke.org/diet-to-help-protect-against-nuclear-radiation-by-alex-jack/
[web22] Japanischer Grüntee Kukicha: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kukicha
 Red miso paste in a can: https://foodal.com/recipes/soups/easy-miso-soup/
 Yellow and brownish red miso: https://www.inshokuten.com/supplier/knowledge/detail/170
 Miso soup with tofu: https://healthjade.com/miso-soup/
 Miso soup with cabbage leaves: https://biyori.shizensyokuhin.jp/articles/213
 4 different miso soups: https://lohaco.jp/product/J668994/
 Rice balls: https://tabelog.com/hokkaido/A0101/A010201/1048447/dtlmenu/lunch/
 Whole grain rice, brown rice: https://news.yahoo.co.jp/articles/18d49c2626fd9108a86b8d0f6458080fdd643883
 Tempeh on the cutting board: https://blog.biologicus.com.br/tempeh-beneficios-para-saude/
 Tempeh fried on salad: https://blog.biologicus.com.br/tempeh-beneficios-para-saude/
 Soy sauce Shoyu: https://www.webecologie.com/epice-condiment-bio/3881-lima-sauce-de-soja-et-froment-bio-shoyu-classic-1-l-5411788037914.html
 Soy sauce Shoyu in traditional soy sauce bottle: https://allabout.co.jp/gm/gc/452369/
 Natto: soybeans in slime: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natt%C5%8D
 Umeboshi: https://free-materials.com/tag/%E6%A2%85%E5%B9%B2%E3%81%97/
 Sauerkraut: https://www.healthindex.de/sauerkraut-was-ist-daran.php
 Sour cucumbers: https://www.spreewaldkiste.de/saure-gurken-kruegermann
 Kombu algae strips: https://www.prohviant.de/Kelp-Kombu-Alge-Rohkost-Bio
 Seaweed on the beach: https://www.diepta.de/news/aktuell/umweltschutz-co2-emission-seetang-als-wellehafter-luft-co2-filter-579505/
 Alga Wakame: https://item.fril.jp/24e8d30b44985fc4e839eaf56f967eb5
 Alga Wakame is drying on a net: https://item.fril.jp/24e8d30b44985fc4e839eaf56f967eb5
 Arame tree alga standing in the sea: https://www.pref.chiba.lg.jp/bunshokan/contents/chibakenshi/no49.html
 Arame tree algae on the plate: https://momentofit.com/alga-arame/
 Hiziki alga: http://chibadai.flier.jp/algae/algae/kaisou/tyairo/hiziki/hiziki.htm
 Hiziki alga on rocky coast: http://chibadai.flier.jp/algae/algae/kaisou/tyairo/hiziki/hiziki.htm
 Dulse ragweed shrubby on stones: https://hablemosdepeces.com/algas-marinas-rojas/
 Dulse Laoppentang in salad strainer: https://www.eatweeds.co.uk/how-to-collect-dry-store-dulse
 Nori algae chips: https://www.tokopedia.com/blog/top-merk-nori-rumput-laut/
 Nori rolls: http://www.patriciaeales.com/recipes/main-meals/seaweed-nori-wraps/
 Agar-agar in a glass from Rapunzel: https://shop.rapunzel.de/produkte/backzutaten/bindemittel/2515/agar-agar-pulver
 Agar-agar powder: https://lhasakarnak.com/products/agar-agar-powder?variant=34160686669
 Buffing cuts with agar-agar: https://www.franzoesischkochen.de/shop/products/agar-agar-12-x-2-g/
 Winter radish (Daikon radish, Japanese radish, Chinese radish): https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winterrettich
 Lotus flower with lotus root: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lotosblumen
 Lotus root: https://eatdelights.com/lotus-root-taste/
 Carrots: https://www.farmy.ch/pl/karotten
 Big burdock: https://www.pflanzgarten.ch/gemuese/mehrjaehriges-gemuese/
 Burdock root: https://www.growforagecookferment.com/how-to-cook-burdock-root/
 Parsnips: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pastinak
 Pumpkin cut open with pumpkin seeds: https://sunshineandrainydays.com/how-to-make-pumpkin-puree/
 Pumpkin seeds from Rapunzel: https://www.shop-naturpur.de/Lebensmittel/Getreide-Saaten-Huelsenfruechte/Rapunzel-Kuerbiskerne-geroestet-bio-500g.html
 Sesame plant with sesame blossom: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sesam
 Sesame fruits: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sesam
 Sesame seeds in bowl: https://goette-vital.de/Sesamsamen-2kg
 Sunflower field in Luddesdown, England: https://www.picturesofengland.com/England/Kent/Luddesdown/pictures/1071877
 Sunflower kernels with shell: https://www.vogelfutter24.de/onlineshop/wildvogel-und-gartenvogelfutter/sonnenblumenkerne/sonnenblumenkerne-gestiffen/3016/paul-s-muehle-sonnenblumenkerne-gestiffen-25-kg-sack-premiumqualitaet -harvest-2020
 Sunflower seeds without shell: https://www.vitapowershop.ch/Naturkost/Getreide-Chia-Linsen/Sonnenblumenkerne-BIO::76.html
 Sesame oil with white and black sesame seeds:
 Beans in glasses: https://naturkost.de/naturkost-von-a-z/bio-lebensmittel/gemuese/bohnen/
 Tofu (bean curd, bean cheese): https://anaca3.com/blog/on-manger-tofu-pendant-regime-hyperproteine/
 Tofu in truffle shape in Asian sauce with rice: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/158540849369126886/
 Japanese green tea Kukucha: https://www.auparadisduthe.com/blog/the-kukicha/
 Dr. Akizuki, portrait: https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/045200
 Dr. Akizuki, book: Nagasaki 1945: https://suburbanfantasy.blogspot.com/2016/05/hiroshima-and-nagasakifirsthand-accounts.html
 Map of Japan with Tokio and Nagasaki: google maps
 Alex Jack during a lecture in a video: Far Eastern Philosophy: Whole Grains are Peace / Promote Peace - Alex Jack: