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Fukushima: JCIT Working Group Shows Vitamin C Stops Radiation Damage.

Fukushima Vitamin CIf you have never heard of JCIT, you shouldn’t be surprised, since the misinformation about the consequences of the nuclear tragedy that is Fukushima, the continuing coverup about its instability, the extent of the radiation released both in Japan and worldwide, and the subsequent work of the Japanese College of Intravenous Therapy (JCIT), and their International Working Group’s Official Statement, issued in March 29, 2011, about “Environmental Radioactivity and Health”, will never see the light of day in the mainstream media.
Here is what the JCIT statement said.
“It is our strongest recommendation that those living in the effected areas regularly take antioxidant supplements such as vitamin C to counteract the negative consequences of long-term low dose radiation exposure as well as to protect the health of coming generations. It is further recommended that those working in environments that require exposure to high-concentrations of radiation should immediately undergo high dose intravenous vitamin C therapy along with a vigorous antioxidant supplementation program.”
JCIT presented a study that Fukushima workers had abnormal gene expression, which might be avoided using dietary antioxidants, especially vitamin C. The data was presented in Japan, Taiwan, and Korea. The JCIT sent letters to the Japanese government urging them to tell the public how they may protect themselves from radiation. Unsurprisingly, the recommendation has been, and still is, ignored by the Japanese government and TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company).
What they basically recommended was daily high doses of Vitamin C together with other dietary anti-oxidants and other essential vitamins and minerals. One of their typical protocols was relatively inexpensive, readily available and simple to implement:
Vitamin C:  1-2g 3-4 times a day, or Liposomal Vitamin C: 1 g twice a day
Alpha-lipoic acid: 100-200 mg twice a day
Selenium: 50-100μg twice a day
Vitamin E: 100-200 mg twice a day
with other essential vitamins and minerals.
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