Dr. Weeks’ Comment: I refer all my patients to the excellent website www.notmilk.com because Robert Cohen is a highly principled and rigorous scientist who is a lone and courageous voice criticizing the dairy industry (and its product and the government bureaucrats who are on the payroll) while also promoting the health benefits of soy. He served us all by challenging Monsanto as regards the safety of the dangerous bovine growth hormone.. but that is another story! Robert and I agree on many matters – one of which is the benefits of brown seaweed – kelp as a source of bioavailable iodine (and many other health-promoting agents) We encourage all those at risk for radiation exposure (who can’t get to an ocean shore or an oriental grocery store) to consume GlandRegen – a capsule of concentrated kelp. Read why!
Critically Important Emergency Notice
“The release of atomic energy has not created a new problem. It has merely made more urgent the necessity of solving an existing one.”
– Albert Einstein
I am sick to my stomach about the horrible events that have transpired in Japan.
There’s a storm coming our way, and it could end your life prematurely. This radioactive plume will settle upon the West Coast of the United States on Friday, March 18th. The following Wednesday (March
23) the 21st century angel of death will reach New York City. The radioactive cloud will continue for two weeks or more.
One day, you will learn about how the radioactivity has affected North Americans, but that revelation will occur months or years after the fact.
Here is what you must do today.
Iodine in sea vegetables can bind radioactive iodide residues so that your thyroid gland remains protected.
Skip the iodine pills and get your iodine from sea live foods. Visit an Asian produce store and you will be overwhelmed by the variety of iodine-rich plant-based options available to you.
My favorite sea vegetable is kelp.
So-called “experts” will advice you to drink 2% cow’s milk which contains 58 micrograms of iodine per cup.
One cup of kelp contains 1,660 micrograms of iodine.
Please, if you live anywhere on the surface of the planet earth, get yourself a supply of sea vegetables or kelp or dulse. Visit a health food store today.
The last time I issued an emergency health warning through a Notmilk letter was on September 13, 2001, two days after the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center were brought down. Despite the fact that every government agency reported that the air was safe to breathe, history shows us by the number of cancers and lung diseases that things were not safe. Today’s warning should be treated with similar urgency.
On September 13, 2001, Notmilk wrote:
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To my friends in the New York area:
The World Trade Center was the last major construction job in the United States to use blow-on asbestos insulation.
Crocidolite asbestos fibers are carcinogenic.
If you reside in Manhattan, now might be the perfect time to let adversity become an excuse for a two-week New England vacation while professionals dispose of toxic asbestos fibers.
If you visit or live in Manhattan, use a face mask. Shower frequently, and after each exposure, send your clothing to a dry cleaner.
Tomorrow you will not be able to escape to New England.
To survive tomorrow’s poison, protect yourself today.
Got help? Get kelp!
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Two additional safety notes:
Try not to get caught out in the rain during the near future.
Your skin might be exposed to increased levels of radioactive residues. Purchase a decent umbrella and use it for at least two weeks after the final reported Japanese radiation leak.
Leave the umbrella outside of your living space, and do as the Japanese people do…leave your shoes outside of your living area and leave a pair of slippers in your entry area.
Do not do this and you might drag radioactive residues into your home.
Do not eat any foods that represent the top of the food chain. Such foods include dairy products, meat, or any other living creature. Thousands of doses of radiation can potentially concentrate in the flesh or body fluids of animals.