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Radiation Threatens with Infertility

live 1Your child has grown up and more and more often he talks about a baby brother or a baby sister? 

And you do not mind yourself to become parents one more time? 

Or maybe you are looking forward to taking care of your grandchildren? 

Unfortunately, the time has to come to consider if these desires can become reality. 

Recent accident on a nuclear power plant in Japan means adjustments to the demographic situation in the world. 

Blossom of life

When the nuclear accident just happened at the Chernobyl power plant, no one could imagine then what it would mean to humanity. Hundreds of thousands of people received large doses of radiation. Yet they survived. And they almost never got sick. But these families did not have children any more. People continued working, taking care of their families and could not understand what was preventing them from having children.


But scientists have realized that infertility is a direct result of exposure to radiation. If the maximum safe dose is exceeded only two or three times, consequences are sure to be grave. 
Following the Chernobyl disaster, radiation levels in the affected area were really enormous. And this situation kept on for many years.

 

Déjà vu… 
Now, when a similar disaster happened in Japan, radiation in the form of dust and gas has spread far beyond the country of origin. We have to breathe radioactive oxygen, eat contaminated fruit and vegetables, and drink radioactive water. 

How can we find a way out of this situation? Are we heading towards an unavoidable demographic catastrophe? 

live 2Fairy Tale Deliverance 
The way out was found almost by accident. During an expedition to the remote regions of Western Siberia scientists discovered that the population growth rate in these regions was much higher that the average and it has not been changing during the last twenty to twenty five years. As it turned out, the key to this enigma was nutrition. It was found that in these regions food with high protein content was dominant in the local diet. 

A note to botanists 
Why vegetable and especially animal protein is so beneficial for our body? In fact, the human body needs not so much the protein itself, but rather the amino acids it is made of. Why? Because amino acids contain nitrogen, which is the key element and the basis of all living matter. 

Fans of indoor plants know well that fertilizing plants with nitrogen will return lush and healthy green color to the bleak and yellowing leaves. It is explained by the accumulation of chlorophyll, which has nitrogen in its composition. 

Chlorophyll strengthens the immune function of the body, stimulates production of blood and prevents DNA molecules from pathologic mutations which, among other consequences, may lead to the loss of fertility. 

Thus, a diet rich in protein can help in preventing irreversible damages to the organism caused by adverse environmental conditions. 

Help is on the way
But where can one get the required amounts of chlorophyll, nitrogen, protein and amino acids? The rhythm of modern life makes full-value and proper nutrition almost impossible. 

Help can come from the modern science, which, as we know, never stops progressing. Scientists have identified a particular type of plant which is exceptionally rich in protein and chlorophyll that we need. It is a tiny alga called chlorella. 

Chlorella and prickly pear were used as key ingredients of Vision’s new product—D i Guard nano—specifically designed to combat effects of radiation exposure. 

Ingredients, contained in D i Guard nano food supplement, may help to counter the negative environmental effects, to strengthen the immune system and to withstand a great number of health threats, including infertility.