Cesium from 90% of fishery products offshore Fukushima, “Highest reading was 25,800 Bq/kg”

Cesium from 90% of fishery products offshore Fukushima, "Highest reading was 25,800 Bq/kg" 10

Following up this article..Fukushima is going to start selling marine products

Tepco measured significant amount of cesium from fish offshore Fukushima. The highest reading was 25,800 Bq/Kg.

Sample : Greenling
Date : 8/1/2012
Location : Around 1km Offshore of Ota River Minami soma Fukushima
Cs-134 : 9,800 Bq/Kg
Cs-137 : 16,000 Bq/Kg
Total : 25,800 Bq/Kg


The research was conducted on 7/18, 7/23 and 8/1. They measured cesium from 44 out of 49 samples. 90% of the fishery products were contaminated even by the measurement of Tepco.

Cesium from 90% of fishery products offshore Fukushima, "Highest reading was 25,800 Bq/kg"


Cesium from 90% of fishery products offshore Fukushima, "Highest reading was 25,800 Bq/kg" 2


Cesium from 90% of fishery products offshore Fukushima, "Highest reading was 25,800 Bq/kg" 3


Cesium from 90% of fishery products offshore Fukushima, "Highest reading was 25,800 Bq/kg" 4


Cesium from 90% of fishery products offshore Fukushima, "Highest reading was 25,800 Bq/kg" 5

(cf. US keeps importing fishery food from Japan even after 311)




  1. I recently sent this information to friends in Kariya, Aichi, Japan. I hope it is helpful.

    It is important to take vitamins to help with radiation contamination. Please check with your doctor to ensure the dosage is safe for you when taking these vitamins, oils and minerals.

    Potassium Iodide: This can protect the thyroid gland by saturating the thyroid with iodide so it cannot absorb radioactive iodine. If you get sufficient iodine in your diet through kelp, you should be protected. Organic iodine can remove radioactive iodine that has lodged in the thyroid gland.

    Beta-1,3 Glucan: Extracted from the cell walls of baker’s yeast it is a potent immune enhancer. United States Army studies showed that glucan was a powerful protectant against a lethal dose of radiation.

    Naringin: This is found in grapefruit and other citrus fruits and has been found to scavenge free radicals, therefore it may also reduce radiation-induced damage.

    Melanin: It is capable of completely removing low-dose radiation effects.

    Vitamin C: Vitamin C can protect against radiation and repair damage from previous exposure. There is abundant scientific proof for this assertion.

    Extra virgin olive oil: If you are exposed to radiation or are going to be, you can drink a half cup and it will help supply protection for the cell membranes. Some studies show that applying the extra virgin olive oil to the skin can help protect against radiation skin burns.

    Vitamin E oil applied to the skin, along with Vitamin C and aloe vera can help mitigate radiation burns.

    Pantothenic Acid: Prevents radiation injuries. In animal studies, the survival rate was increased by 200 per cent by giving pantothenic acid prior to exposure. Brewers yeast is by far the best source of this substance. Dose: Preventive—5 mg. to 15 mg. for children, 25 mg. to 50 mg. for adults. Use a double or triple dose as a therapeutic after exposure.

    Brewer’s Yeast: Brewer’s yeast can help protect and repair damage from many types of radioactivity.

    Vitamin F: Essential fatty acids or EFA, present in all crude, cold-pressed vegetable oils.

    Inositol: In Lecithin. Available in tablets, helps with all forms of radiation.

    Lemon: Or lemon peel concentrate. Probably due to the bioflavonoids. It is always good to take Vitamin C and bioflavonoids together since the latter multiplies the effect of the C.

    Lecithin: 2-3 tbsp. a day, will help counteract the effects of radiation.

    Kelp: Supplement the diet with easily assimilable organic iodine, as in kelp (Norwegian or other clean water kelp if possible), this will saturate the thyroid so radioactive iodine will not be absorbed. It, like all sea vegetables contains an amazing substance called sodium alginate. Dose: 1 to 2 tsp. Of granules daily, or 5 to 10 tablets.

    Protective program for Strontium-90.

    Calcium and Magnesium: Both help your body to pass off Strontium 90. Get supplement not made from animal bones, which contains Strontium 90. Dolomite is best. Dr. Linus Pauling says heavy calcium supplementation will reduce strontium 90 absorption by 50 percent, be careful not to take too much.

    Sea Vegetables: Sodium alginate is one of the more powerful protective substances in sea vegetables like kelp, which includes arame, wakame, kombu and hijiki. Sodium alginate reduces the amount of strontium-90 absorbed by bone tissue by 50 to 83 percent. You can also obtain a great source of this in a herbal combo by Solaray called Detox Blend SP-25.

    Bee Pollen: Studies show that bee pollen can significantly reduce the usual side effects of both radium and cobalt-60 radiotherapy and the sickness after massive abdominal x-rays. One study showed that the proliferation of cancer cells stopped in cancerous tumors induced in mice. Try to get real bee pollen from an organic beekeeper, uncooked.

    Bee Propolis: Besides the healing and anti bacterial qualities of this substance, it has been effective in clinical stages of radioepithelitis, i.e. inflammation of epithelial tissue due to radiation. Get unheated, raw organic honey; it is a good source of pollen, royal jelly and propolis.

    Fermented Foods: Due to their multiple beneficial effect on the intestines, fermented foods help to couteract the toxins from radioactive fallout that is ingested from foods, e.g. yogurt, sauerkraut, kefir.

    Beets: Beets have been shown to rebuild hemoglobin of the blood after exposure to radiation. Rats fed a diet of 20 percent beet pulp were able to prevent cesium-137 absorption and 97 to 100 percent more effectively than rats given no beets.

    Primary-grown Nutritional Yeast: Besides having Vitamin E, it also contains the nucleic acids RNA and DNA, both of which have been shown to have radio protective qualities. It has been shown to help rebuild and regenerate cells damaged by radiation, and also to produce relief from radiation poisoning and it’s many horrible symptoms. Nutritional yeast has a good amount of many important nutrients. Primary –grown yeasts bonds with and absorb heavy metals such as uranium, lead and mercury!

    Garlic and Onions: Cysteine, also present in onions, binds with and deactivates both the radioactive isotopes and toxic metals such as cadmium, lead and mercury. The sulfur in cysteine helps the kidneys and liver detoxify the body. Garlic has many wonderful healing properties and should be researched.

    Chlorophyll: Green cabbage increased the resistance of guinea pigs to radiation. The United States Army found that broccoli, green cabbage and alfalfa reduced the effects of radiation on guinea pigs by 50 percent!

    Oils: Dr. James Ashikava found that mice will survive normally lethal doses of x-rays if they are given common edible unprocessed vegetable oils—especially olive or peanut oils. It is reported from Mexico, that those who work or live near sources of radiation, such as atomic labs or nuclear power plants, eat or rub vegetable oils on their skin for greater protection.

    In one mice study, olive oil taken internally fully protected rats against progressive doses of x-rays ranging from 300 to 2,400 roentgens. The olive oil provided optimal protection when is comprised about 15 percent of the total calories of the diet. Olive oil and sesame oil are more resistant to breaking down from heat while cooking and have a longer shelf life.

    Vitamin A: In 1974, researchers from India found that vitamin A, when taken internally by humans, hastened recovery from radiation. In 1984, Dr. Eli Seifter and a team of researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine reported that vitamin A and beta-carotene counteracted both partial and total body gamma radiation. Therapeutic purposes, 25,000 to 35,000 IU are recommended for adults.

    Vitamin B Complex: There are so many benefits to the B vitamins that there is no space to list them. One of the many is they normalize the red and white blood cell count, because the destruction of white blood cells by radiation can last for extended periods of time. The various B vitamins have different effects and should be taken together.

    Natural Vitamin D: An adult therapeutic dose would range from 400 IU per day to 1,000 IU daily. During an emergency, adult daily dosage could go as high as 2,000 IU, if taken for no longer than one month.

    Vitamin E: It can protect against the effects of x-rays and radioactive cobalt. It improves anemia following exposure to radiation. It can provide internal and external protection against cesium-137 which is a common component of fallout and nuclear power plant leaks and routine emissions. An adult weighing about 155 pounds would need about 900 IU per day. On exposure to radiation, take 1600 IU for several weeks. Caution: Vitamin E should be used cautiously if you have high blood pressure or rheumatic heart disease.

    Calcium: By the mechanism of selective uptake, calcium blocks or decreases the absorption of strontium-90, calcium-45 and other radioactive isotopes by the skeletal system. Calcium also helps to eliminate radioactive isotopes that are lodged in the bones! The United States National Research Council recommends that adults consume 800 mg of calcium per day. For children 1,000 mg and lactating women 1,400 mg.

    Caution: Too much calcium can be harmful. The best forms of calcium are calcium citrate, gluconate, carbonate, lactate or amino acid chelated calcium. It is good to take a calcium-magnesium combination.

    Magnesium: Like calcium, magnesium prevents the uptake of radioisotopes and helps to eliminate already stored strontium-90. One reason not to use synthetic vitamin D (Calciferol) is that it can combine with magnesium and carry it out of the body. Calciferol is contained in much commercial milk. The optimal diet should contain about half as much magnesium as calcium. The recommended daily amount for calcium is 350 mg to 700 mg. Caution: The high-end dose should not be exceeded. See your doctor for more information.

    Selenium: It fortifies the immune system, reduces the rate of cancer in humans and helps to alleviate leukopenia, (abnormal decreases of white blood cells). The recommended daily amount is 50 to 200 micrograms per day. Some recommend as much as 100 to 300 micrograms per day, but more should be under medical supervision. It is most effective when taken with vitamins A and E.

    Zinc: A diet that supplies sufficient zinc blocks the uptake of radioactive zinc-65. Zinc DTPA has been used to chelate americium-241 from a nuclear accident victim. Natural zinc also will help the body eliminate several toxic heavy metals including cadmium, aluminum, lead, and excess copper. Although doses over 50 mg per day have been used it should be under a doctor’s care.

    Zinc Dose: adults — 15 mg, pregnant women — 30 mg, lactating women — 40 mg.

    Iron: A number of studies indicate exposure to radiation significantly decreases levels of iron in the body. Radioactive iron and plutonium, isotopes similar in structure to iron, can be carried to iron storage sites such as liver, bone marrow, ovaries or testes, and lungs if the body is deficiency in iron. The National Research Council recommends a daily intake of 18 mg for women, 30 to 60 mg daily if pregnant or more if lactating; 10 mg for men, and 10 to 18 mg for children. After exposure to radiation or loss of blood, supplementation of approximately 10 to 18 mg daily.

    Siberian Ginseng: Eleutherococcus senticosus is the best for medicinal purposes. Soviet researchers reported that eleuthero extract has radio protective qualities, and can be used in conditions of acute or chronic radiation sicknesses such as hemorrhaging, severe anemia, dizziness, nausea, vomiting and headaches due to x-rays. It can lengthen survival time after exposure. It is almost miraculous protecting against infections, poisons, etc. It increases human resistance to a remarkably wide variety of stressors. Adult extract treatment doses: 20 to 40 drops before meals, two or three times per day. Children: single dose one drop per each year of age, repeated twice a day.

    Panax Ginseng: Studies have found this Asian version is effective against radiation as well. Researchers observed, ginseng increases the rate of production of serum albumin and gamma-globulin as well as DNA and RNA protein, and lipid synthesis in bone marrow cells. Also, human subjects taking ginseng root were able to acclimatize more easily to oxygen-deficient air. Both types can be taken daily as they build up in the body in a positive way. Best to take small amounts over a long period.

    Aloe: Of the more than 200 species of Aloe, these species have shown evidence of being radio-protectants: aloe barbadensis (aloe vera), aloe arborescens, aloe striatula, and aloe saponaria. Emulsions can prevent the development of local reactions in radiation therapy and treating radiation burns of second and third degrees. Aloe also accelerates the process of tissue repair and normal cell growth. It is optimal to use its fresh form direct from the juicy leaves of the plant. It also has pain-relieving properties. Use fully mature leaves from outer leaves first.

    Green Tea and Black Tea: Indications are that the radio-protective effects of tea catechins are associated with the antioxidative property, taken both before and after irradiation. Caution with large use of black or green teas because they contain large amounts of caffeine and tannic acid.

    Cysteine: A natural amino acid helps counteract several kinds of radiation. Occurs in sulfur containing vegetables most of which are in the cabbage family. Kale is by far the best source with watercress and brussel sprouts good sources too. Caution: Do not take as a separate supplement. Can be a dangerous excitotoxin like glutamate (MSG) or aspartate in abnormal quantities.

    Pectin: Obtained from ripe fruit like apples. Like sodium alginate in agar and kelp, pectin bonds or chelates with radioisotopes, especially strontium-90, and reduces absorption into the skeletal system.

    Papain: In one study, 50 percent of the rats given papain survived a normally lethal dose of radiation.

    Medicinal Charcoal: Has the ability to absorb and neutralize radioactive substances and some toxic materials. Researchers report that 10 grams or 1 tablespoon of charcoal can absorb about 3 to 7 grams of materials.

    Organic Germanium: Ge-132, according to one study, “Radioactive rays release electrons that destroy cells and blood corpuscles….Germanium floating near the blood corpuscles skillfully catches those released electrons and lets them move around its nucleus.” In other studies mutagenesis of cells exposed to cesium-137 and gamma rays, was “remarkably reduced” without affecting cellular growth or survival. It seemed to improve the fidelity of DNA replication. Ge-132 protects cysteine, an amino acid with known protective value. Dose: 25 mg to 100 mg per day is often used in Japan. It can be derived from onions, pearled barley, and watercress.

    Sodium Alginate: An effective preventive and therapeutic substance against radiation and heavy metals. In two experiments using rats, sodium alginate decreased by a factor of 12, the uptake of several radioactive isotopes—including strontium-90, strontium-85, barium, radium, and calcium. A study concluded that ingestion of small but regular does of alginate is effective in preventing the daily absorption of small doses of radioactive strontium and other contaminants that are present in the environment. Brown sea vegetables such as kelp are the most effective sources.

    Alginate is nontoxic and is not reabsorbed for the GI tract and appears to have no adverse affects even at high doses. Red sea vegetables, such a dulse are most effective at binding plutonium, and green algae binds cesium most effectively.

    Dose: The United States Atomic Energy Commission recommends for maximum protection against radioactive poisoning for humans, taking a minimum of 2 to 3 ounces of sea vegetables a week or 10 grams (two tablespoons) a day of sodium alginate supplements. During or after exposure to radiation, the dosage should be increased to two full tablespoons of alginate four times daily to insure that there is a continual supply in the GI or gastrointestinal tract. There may be a rare problem of constipation but this can be avoided if the sodium alginate is made into a fruit gelatin. Agar, derived from sodium alginate in kelp, is a safe, nontoxic substance that can be used as a thickening agent or gelatin. Solaray has a great product called Detox Blend.

    Another benefit of sea vegetables is the natural iodine. If there is insufficient iodine in the diet radioactive iodine-131 will be absorbed and collected in the thyroid gland. Even if radioactive iodine is absorbed by the thyroid, taking natural iodine helps offset the side effects of exposure. According to Dr Russell Morgan, one mg of iodine for children and five mg for adults taken daily will reduce by about 80 percent the radioactive iodine accumulated in the thyroid. Whole foods are the best source of iodine, e.g. sea vegetables like hijiki, arame, kombu and dulse. Iodine is leached from the thyroid gland by drinking chlorinated water. Avoid iodized salt which contains excessive sodium and no potassium. Sea vegetables are rich in vitamins and contain most if not all of the essential minerals and trace elements. Sea vegetables also help dissolve fat and mucus deposits.

    Chlorophyll: A number of studies found that chlorophyll-rich foods can decrease radiation toxicity. Spirulina and chlorella are two micro-algae that are rich in this substance, as are leafy greens, celery, parsley, the sprouts of any grain or bean, the young shoots of any edible grass and sunflower greens. Chlorophyll is similar in structure to hemoglobin.

    Caution: Be careful where you get your sea vegetables from, as radiation from Fukushima has contaminated the ocean around Japan with high levels of radiation.

  2. http://fukushima-diary.com/2012/08/cesium-from-90-of-fishery-products-offshore-fukushima-highest-reading-was-25800-bqkg/

    FUKUSHIMA DIARY FR – Du césium dans 90% des pêches de Fukushima, “Le plus radioactif était à 25 800 Bq/kg”
    Par Mochizuki, le 21 août 2012 · 1 Commentaire.

    Tepco à relevé des quantités consistantes de césium dans les pêches du large de Fukushima. La plus radioactive était à 25 800 Bq/kg.

    Échantillon : Poissons de la famille des Hexagrammidae
    Date : 1 août 2012
    Lieu : A environ 1 km au large de l’embouchure du fleuve Ota à Minami soma, dans Fukushima
    Cs-134 : 9 800 Bq/kg
    Cs-137 : 16 000 Bq/kg
    Total. : 25 800 Bq/kg

    L’étude a été menée les 18, 23 juillet et 1er août. Ils ont mesuré le césium dans 44 des 49 échantillons. 90 % des pêches étaient contaminés même selon la “méthode de mesure Tepco”.

    (5 tableaux)

    (cf. http://fukushima-diary.com/2012/08/us-keeps-importing-fishery-food-from-japan-even-after-311/)

    Source : http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/nu/fukushima-np/images/handouts_120821_01-e.pdf

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Actually, nothing has progressed in the plant since 2011. We still don't even know what is going on inside. They must keep cooling the crippled reactors by water, but additionally groundwater keeps flowing into the reactor buildings from the broken parts. This is why highly contaminated water is always produced more than it can circulate. Tepco is planning to officially discharge this water to the Pacific but Tritium is still remaining in it. They dilute this with seawater so that it is legally safe, but scientifically the same amount of radioactive tritium is contained. They say it is safe to discharge, but none of them have drunk it.