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Urgent Breaking News – Regimen for Radiation

by Jonathan Campbell
http://cqs.com

The Japanese nuclear emergency has taken a turn for the worse. There are now at least five nuclear reactors that are in jeopardy, and three of them are assumed to have had partial meltdowns as a result of loss of coolant as a result of earthquake damage to the main pumping systems. They are pumping seawater into the affected plants to attempt to keep the rods cool enough to avoid a full meltdown.

There is already an increased amount of radioactive material in the environment. If there is a full meltdown – a steam explosion carrying nuclear waste out of the reactors – some of it will be taken by the jet stream over the Pacific and will contaminate the environment in Hawaii and the US, Canada, and Mexico.

There has already been a fire at one of the nuclear reactors that has released raw vaporized waste material into the environment. It will take about 5 days for the pollution to reach California (2 days to Hawaii). The primary pollutants from nuclear waste are radioactive cesium, strontium, iodine, and plutonium. For these, the following should be done:

1. To prevent absorption of environmental iodine, stock up and take kelp or potassium iodide tablets, or eat some seaweed each day. The RDA of iodine is 150 mcg (micrograms) per day. If you decide not to eat seaweed for extra iodine, take double that amount, about 300 mcg, in kelp or iodine tablets or capsules each day, in divided doses (one AM, one PM).

2. To prevent absorption of environmental strontium and cesium, eat some seaweed each day and take calcium supplements. The RDA of calcium is 1000-1500 mg per day. Take this amount in supplementation each day, in divided doses.

3. To prevent absorption of plutonium and other radioactive heavy metals, use a heavy metal chelator (such as MSM) and an absorbent (such as chlorella). Buy powdered MSM, marked “Opti-MSM” (because other products taste terrible), and take 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of it (about 2000-4000 mg) mixed with spring or distilled water at each meal. Buy chlorella in tablets, capsules, or powder, and take 3000 mg about 20 minutes before each meal.

I am assuming that everyone is using the natural health regimen at http://www.cqs.com/naturalhealthguide.htm. If not, please do so.

A Regimen for Health – Part 3 by Jonathan Campbell

Maintenance Regimen for The Natural AIDS/CFS Therapy

by Jonathan Campbell, Natural Health Consultant [www.cqs.com] for RTB.

See Parts 1 and 2

Once you have successfully eliminated the disease agents in your body and your health is restored, you will need to keep up a strong immune system maintenance regimen to prevent re-occurrence. The following nutrients will help you to do this.

a. Beta Carotene – 25,000-50,000 IU per day, in 2 doses. This is the safest way to obtain vitamin A, since Beta carotene is very safe in extraordinarily large doses, whereas vitamin A oil is toxic in large doses.

b. Vitamin C – 6,000-20,000 mg (6-20 grams), in the form of crystals or capsules, keeping near bowel tolerance (as discussed in the primary regimen). Take crystals with orange juice; follow all doses with food or something that will coat your stomach, such as soy drink.

c. Lysine – 3-4 grams (3,000-4,000 mg) per day. Combined with vitamin C, this is a natural protease inhibitor.

d. Proline – 3-4 grams (3,000-4,000 mg) per day. Combined with vitamin C, this is a natural protease inhibitor.

e. Glycine – 3-4 grams (3,000-4,000 mg) per day. This is a natural protease inhibitor.

f. Arginine – 3-4 grams (3,000-4,000 mg) per day. This is a natural protease inhibitor.

g. Green Tea Extract – 1 gram (1000 mg) per day.

h. Curcumin (Turmeric Extract): 500-600 mg per day with meals. Curcumin has a powerful anti-viral effect. Continue reading A Regimen for Health – Part 3 by Jonathan Campbell

A Regimen for Health – part 2

Step by Step Introduction to the Natural AIDS/CFIDS Therapy
By Jonathan Campbell, Natural Health Consultant [www.cqs.com]

In order to allow your body to heal itself and overcome immune deficiency, the Natural AIDS/CFIDS Therapy floods your body with specific nutrients to both enhance your immune system and also take specific steps to address the actions of the bacteria, fungi, viruses, and/or toxic exposures that are the root cause(s) of your illness.

When you first look at the array of nutritional supplements that you need to take, it may seem overwhelming. Let’s approach this step by step.
Continue reading A Regimen for Health – part 2

A Regimen for Health – part 1

A Natural Therapy for AIDS/CFS/CFIDS

By Jonathan Campbell, Natural Health Consultant [www.cqs.com]

What do you do if you test positive for HIV?

If you test “positive” or reactive on HIV test, the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and many doctors will tell you that you have an incurable, death-certificate disease, and that you have to take expensive, toxic drugs to possibly extend your life. Some “AIDS dissident” websites such as Rethinking AIDS suggest that the test is not meaningful and imply that you should do nothing. Who do you believe?

In reality, these tests do not actually test for any single particle or virus. [Read about HIV testing]. But there is good evidence that the HIV test DO detect an immune challenge of some sort. They test positive for a wide variety of ordinary and curable bacterial and fungal diseases, some of which can be very harmful or even deadly if untreated, like syphilis. They also test positive for ordinary health challenges such as exposure to toxic chemicals, pregnancy, and even vaccinations. These are all called “false positives” in medical literature.

In other words, the HIV tests are multi-factorial non-specific tests which measure your immune response. Unfortunately doctors do not read the medical literature about the tests, and they believe that they are an accurate, direct measure of your exposure to one and only one specific virus. So now you have a big problem – your doctor thinks that you are infected with a deadly virus and that you must take toxic drugs for it.
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