Health experts now estimate that the greatest health concerns affecting the largest number of people from a nuclear event anywhere in the world, will be from the release of Radioactive Iodine 131 that is then carried downwind for hundreds of miles. The latest news indicates that Nuclear Power plants, over 100 in our country, are at risk from a terrorist attack.
Radioactive Iodine 131 is a major radioisotope that is abundantly present in both nuclear power plant accidents and nuclear bomb explosions and can travel hundreds of miles on the winds. Thyroid cancer attributable to Chernobyl has been documented up to 300 miles from the accident site. Radioactive Iodine is always released in any type of nuclear reaction. It can be in the form of a gas or particle and will be taken up by the thyroid either by ingestion i.e. breathing the gas or particle, drinking or eating. Once in the body it will lodge in the thyroid and do irreparable damage. How potent is it? In medicine, minute amounts of 131-I (Radioactive Iodine) are used for thyroid ablation. This means that we use 131-I to chemically destroy a diseased thyroid. Unfortunately, significant amounts of 131-I are always released during ANY nuclear event. Fortunately, KIO3, a thyroid blocker, is the one thing we can take to prevent the exposure before the damage becomes irreversible. Very small amounts of inhaled or ingested Radioactive Iodine can do serious damage because it will always be absorbed and held the thyroid gland. Eventually, by absorbing a large amount of radiation in the thyroid, abnormalities are likely to result, such as nodules in the thyroid, loss of thyroid function, or thyroid cancer.
What age groups of the population are most at risk? All are at risk if the release is heavy. However, the older you are, the higher the absorbed radioactive dose has to be to cause immediate damage. Young children, babies, newborns and babies in the womb will be affected first and suffer most from 131-I poisoning. The younger the child, the worse the damage will be.
Medical Corps and other health experts agree: The greatest danger from Radioactive Iodine is to the thyroid glands of children. Medical Researchers have found that in certain parts of Belarus, for example, over 30% of children, who were under the age of 4 years old at the time of the accident, can expect to develop thyroid cancer. That is why we chose to develop KIO3, and have formulated it for children, as well as adults.
How will KIO3 help? KIO3 is a thyroid blocker. If there is a nuclear event and fallout is headed your way then — and only then — should you take KIO3 or any thyroid blocker. Taking a thyroid blocker will saturate (fill full) a healthy thyroid with “good Iodine” which will prevent the thyroid from absorbing 131-I “the bad Iodine.”
What happens if I do not take a thyroid blocker? If there is a nuclear event — and you are caught in fallout — and your thyroid is not “blocked” with good Iodine then your thyroid will absorb the radioactive Iodine. Your thyroid does not know the difference between good Iodine and Radioactive Iodine.
Should I buy KIO3? Our job is to do what has never been done in our country. To provide the opportunity for every American to be able to make an informed decision before a perceived threat becomes a reality, because, if a nuclear event happens and you haven’t acquired KIO3, then it will be too late.
How Much KIO3 do I need? Estimating How Much KIO3 you need is simple: You need one bottle for every adult in your family and one bottle for every two children, and any extra bottles to send or give to the people you love. Should you want to purchase KIO3 for your pets, you should consider pet needs as same as a child. Dosing instructions accompanies your order.
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