2 Foods That Can Help You Fight Computer Radiation

Eating kelp and honey can protect you from computer radiation. (Image: Chris Smith/Out of Chicago via Compfight cc)
Eating kelp and honey can protect you from computer radiation. (Image: Chris Smith/Out of Chicago via Compfight cc)

To help stop the effects on your body from computer radiation, you need to start with the food you eat.

Here are 2 foods that can reduce the effects from the radiation your computer emits.

Kelp (kombu)

Kelp can treat goiters and iodine deficiency-related diseases. It’s also rich in alginic acidmannitol, protein (including 18 amino acids), fat, carbohydrates, crude fiber, carotene, vitamin B, vitamin B2, vitamin C, niacin, iodine, calcium, phosphorus, iron, etc. It’s especially rich in iodine, and it’s a very good healing food for your body.

Kombu

Kombu strips. (Image: amille/pixnet)

Honey

Honey is good for coughs; it acts as a laxative, and has a significant effect on detoxification. It’s rich in vitamin B, vitamin D, vitamin E, fructose, glucose, maltose, sucrose, high density protein, potassium, sodium, iron, natural flavors, lactic acid, malic acid, amylase, oxidase, and many more substances.

honey

Natural honeycomb. (Image: igorr/123rf)

 

 

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