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To date, FDA has no evidence that radionuclides from the Fukushima incident are present in the U.S. food supply at levels that would pose a public health concern. This is true for both FDA-regulated food products imported from Japan and U.S. domestic food products, including seafood caught off the coast of the United States. Consequently, FDA is not advising consumers to alter their consumption of specific foods imported from Japan or domestically produced foods, including seafood. FDA continues to closely monitor the situation at and around the Fukushima Dai-ichi facility, as it has since the start of the incident and will coordinate with other Federal and state agencies as necessary, standing ready to take action if needed, to ensure the safety of food in the U.S. marketplace.
The Fukushima Radiation Protection site at: http://www.fukushima-shield.info/ is designed to provide an understanding of the risks posed to Americans by the ongoing radiation crisis that began on March 11, 2011 at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan.
The site also discusses the many steps we can take now to help protect our health. No other site, to my knowledge, provides this dual approach or the comprehensive information on what to avoid and what to do. In the belief that knowledge is power, the site is designed to empower people to take important steps. As we face one of the greatest challenges to our health, the government and corporate media have been largely silent. So, we must inform and empower ourselves and each other.
The risk is particularly acute for Americans on the West Coast (especially fetuses and young kids), but the radiation threatens everyone in the Northern Hemisphere. Nuclear …
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Things to Avoid
The Fukushima Radiation Protection site shows the importance of avoiding:
- Cow’s milk
- Rain and snow Pacific seafood
- West Coast produce
- Some West Coast beaches
Steps to Consider
The basis for each recommendation is shown on the site and the Fukushima Radiation Protection site is not affiliated with any product recommended.
The site includes the following additional recommendations:
- Hemp, Almond, Rice, Coconut Milk
- Websites For Up-to-date News
- Potassium Iodide Tablets
- Turkey Tail Mushroom Tablets
- Radiation Mask/Body Suit
- How to Protect Your Home
- Consider Possibility of Relocation
- Awareness of US nuclear power plants
- Books on Iodine, Magnesium, Relocation, Nuclear Issues
The Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 (the Bioterrorism Act) requires shippers to submit, and FDA to receive prior notice of a shipment before the arrival of any shipments of FDA-regulated food/feed products. FDA's Division of Food Defense and Targeting (DFDT), (Formally known as the Prior Notice Center (PNC)), enables the agency to stop these products upon arrival at the U.S. border or before they are distributed in U.S. commerce if a credible threat is identified for any shipment.
United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents routinely use radiation detection equipment to screen food imports, cargo, and travelers. This screening helps identify and resolve potential safety or security risks. FDA continues to work with CBP to identify shipments of FDA-regulated products originating from Japan before they arrive so that these shipments can be better targeted for examination. FDA's import staff will review each shipment of regulated goods originating from Japan and determine if it should be refused, examined and sampled or released.