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The third video from Natural News is about what foods, toxic elements can bind to, or the Metals Capturing Capacity (MCC). Believe it or not, some foods are magnets for heavy metals!

The Health Ranger’s Forensic Food lab is where the research is done scientifically, with reproducible results and are fully validated.

Through his research, he is now able to tell the MCC of a food. For example, some foods bind to lead, some to mercury and others may have a natural affinity for cadmium, arsenic, aluminium, etc.

Some foods were found to dramatically reduce concentrations of certain elements, including radioactive elements, such as caesium 137. Reduction levels ranged from 0% to over 99% depending on the substance being tested.

Mercury is very easy to bind with as it is very sticky. Any kind of grass, any kind of a fruit pectic (apple), almost any kind of fibre will bind to mercury.

A half dozen foods will bind with arsenic quite effectively with about 80% reduction

Two substances were found in their research to bind to aluminium and reducing it about 94%!

They are developing a full list of what foods bind with what elements. An example: If you are eating fish and you are worried about mercury, if you eat the apple before you eat the fish, the apple will absorb the mercury in the fish. If you have a processed food, like fake apple flavoured jello, that will not help bind the mercury in the fish. If you have a grass smoothie before eating fish at a restaurant, it will protect you.

Through his research, he found that cilantro is not very good at binding with lead.

With the fallout situation, Iodine will be gone once it gets to North America. Cesium 137 is the worst radioactive element. As a society, what we need is a defensive dietary prevention for Cesium 137. The Health Ranger is looking for a supplement that can reduce Cesium by over 90%.

His goal is to protect us from this age of nuclear energy. All of this information is free to the people  and will be posted on the Forensic Food Labs, thanks to Mike Adams!

Have you visited his Forensic Food Labs? Share what you think with us and others in the comments below.

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