Are you taking your potassium iodide?Posted by Jack Howser on Monday, March 14th, 2011 @ 9:17 pm.
You can eat two tablespoons of sea vegetables (kelp is best) per day for an adult (one tablespoon for the little ones; mix it in their salads or other veggies) and get the amount of potassium iodide needed to keep your thyroid from absorbing radioactive iodides, in the event of a wash of radioactive debris from what’s blowing up over in Japan.
This is what Ang eats; she noms on this stuff regularly, so she’ll be okay. But she does take an herbal tablet for her thyroid, which we’re rationing now in case everyone else here needs it. I can’t eat that stuff she’s holding in the pic; it tastes like fish food smells. You know, that stuff in the little shaker bottle that you feed your goldfish.
Anyway, if what we’re hearing is in the potentially radioactive cloud is in it (should such a thing even arrive here), it’s not going to help to eat kelp OR take potassium iodide. So here’s a great link for what all you can do to offset radioactive poisoning:
And this is a good one, too:
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