Nuclear Disaster Survival Plan | Hoard These 3 Items Now

Is A Nuclear Collapse Coming? Hoard These 3 Survival Items Now To Prepare For A Fukushima-Like Event!

Remember the Fukushima nuclear meltdown that happened in Japan not long ago?

The people who lived near that plant never saw it coming… and if you live in one of the 31 states with one or more of the 100 nuclear power plants in the US, you may not see it coming either.

The government knows it’s coming, which is why FEMA tried this shocking little stunt to hoard survival supplies in case of a meltdown, and…

Here Are 3 Items You Should Hoard Now For A Nuclear Meltdown…


It’s a known fact that FEMA is already making preparations for aiding the 7 million Americans who live along the New Madrid fault line (which spans several states).

Why that fault line? It’s susceptible to a level 9 magnitude earthquake.

And 15 of the United States’ nuclear reactors are located along the fault.

So believe me when I tell you it’s not just a possibility…. it’s a near-certainty.

So here are 3 items to help YOU prepare as well…

Potassium Iodide Tablets

Potassium iodide is a salt of stable iodine in medicine form.

When you take the tablets, your thyroid becomes “full” of iodine and blocks out all the radioactive iodine from the contaminated area.

These tablets are available anywhere, but Japan had two built-in advantages in Fukushima that you can mimic if you’re prepared:

Miso Soup

Miso is rich in iodine, which protects the thyroid and the iodine-receptor rich tissue as described above.

It’s also easier for your body to process than tablets (all minerals are easier for your body to process in food form than tablet form) and tastes delicious.

Sea Vegetables

Kelp, wakame, kombu, and other sea vegetables are a natural source of iodine, but more importantly they’re rich in sodium alginate, a polysaccharide, which selectively binds radioactive strontium and eliminates it from the body.

Your “Nuclear Hoarding” Survival Food Plan…

Potassium Iodide tablets are easy to find and light enough to add to your survival kit and bugout bag, but I highly recommend also adding the food options to your survival food kits.

Your local Asian grocery will have miso and sea vegetables, but you can also order them online.

I recommend looking for Miso soup packets that contain the sea vegetable kelp.

It’s a double whammy of protection, and it tastes delicious!

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