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The Dangers of Radiation 
Radiation Exposure Threatens with Grave Illnesses

 

Which vitally important part of your body is most vulnerable to the effects of radiation? The answer to this question depends on whether you are a man or a woman. Men, the stronger sex, risk loosing their potency as a result of the adenoma of the prostate gland, while the most vulnerable part of the woman’s body is its symbol of motherhood—breasts. These distinctive parts are most likely to fall victims to cancer cells proliferating as a result of the radiation exposure. 

How much do we really know about radiation? Actually much less than we should. We imagine radiation as something imperceptible, unpredictable and highly dangerous but safely far away from us. A particle invisible to the eye, which bothers only scientists and the residents of the Chernobyl region and nowadays also the Japanese after the infamous accident at the nuclear power plant. But is this danger really so safely far away from the rest of the world? Do we really need to know more about radiation? The truth is that radiation is all around us and the information on it can be life-saving. 

The count up 

stat dign obop1Each and every day people come in contact with a large number of various radioactive agents that exist in the environment. We eat, drink, breath and consume annually a few tens of micro roentgen. This translates into the conventional units of measurement as 2-3 millisievert per person (mSv). 

Moreover, we receive an additional radiation dose when going through various medical procedures (X-ray, CT scan, etc). And when these figures are added to the so called “manmade radiation”, created as a result of nuclear accidents, then the grand total should make even the most carefree people feel concerned.


The count down 

When would one realize that he or she has been exposed and start worrying? Just by ourselves we would never know. After all, an invisible particle remains unseen to the naked eye upon penetrating the human body. Only the modern medical science which is capable of detecting the presence of serious illnesses in the human body can let us know that the count down has began. 

Cancer is the first link in the chain of effects caused by the radiation exposure. Alas, it can not be cured without causing damage to the overall health. This is the reason why men should be concerned for their genitourinary system while women for—the mammary glands. These are the organs that are most likely to develop cancer in response to the radiation exposure. 

stat dign obop2In their search for the ways to overcome such grave outcomes the scientists had turned Nature and that is where they have succeeded. The animal world with the small capybaras as its heroes offered the mankind a glimpse of hope in the fight against effects of radiation exposure. When these little creatures were exposed to the deadly particles they have demonstrated a much better resistibility to radiation than humans. How? 

The answer lies in the diet. Capybaras live in swamps and feed on various types of algae. The most appetizing among them is the small chlorella. An indepth study of this microscopic algae resulted in a number of wonderful discoveries. 

Chlorella contains huge quantities of chlorophyll and beta-carotene. These are the elements that the body needs in order to combat harmful effects of the environment. Thus, it is not surprising that the tiny rodents got an initial head start over the strong and powerful modern “homo sapiens”. 

A natural protection 

With this knowledge, what do we have to do then? Should we promptly get out our rubber boots and set off to the marches in search of the coveted algae? Not necessarily. Because the new revolutionary product of Vision—D i Guard Nano—contains all the wealth of chlorella’s nutrients. 

Biologically active food supplement D i Guard Nano contains chlorella and prickly pear, which helps the human body deal with adverse environmental factors including the effects of radiation exposure. Thus, chlorella and prickly pear offer both men and women a real chance to save their most vulnerable parts from the gravest of diagnoses.