Water Filters that remove radiation contaminants
Suggested Reading: Detoxing Your Home
by Neva J. Howell
Fukushima Radiation Fallout in Water and Air
I’m not trying to be an alarmist. I’m also not an ostrich with head in sand. There is a documented rise of radiation in the United States, as a result of the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown. Just fact.
If you want to remove particles such as cesium and iodine from your drinking water, there is a way. I personally use Seychelle filters. I consider them the best on the market. And now they have a radiological filter that is designed to remove nuclear contaminants.
I especially recommend these radiological filters for those on the west coast. The Seychelle radiological filter will remove 99.9 percent of the following, in up to 150 gallons of water:
(From what I’ve read, cesium 137 has a half life of 28 years. Obviously, it’s not going away by the time it reaches U.S. shores, although the ocean will have dilluted it.)
Radioactive Iodine B1
Please keep yourself informed on Fukushima latest updates in 2014 by checking recognized news sites and alternative new sites. Be aware that what is being reported in mainstream news media is designed to quell alarm. Educate by visiting forums that are from real people without political agendas and weigh all the evidence. If you live on the west coast, lend your own voice to whatever you can personally attest is happening there.
To keep up with the latests news on the nuclear spill, I recommend the Greenpeace website for Fukushima latests updates 2014 and The Huffington Post offers very frequent updates as to contamination levels, clean up and other updates on Fukushima.