Do CT Scans Cause Cancer?

Do CT Scans Cause Cancer?

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so I’m gonna answer another question are cat-scans dangerous okay let’s talk about that well yes they are and they come with some huge risks a cat scan of the abdomen is equivalent to being exposed to over 200 chest x-rays or 1,500 dental x-rays the problem is it’s ionized radiation which means it creates damage within the DNA and also causes cancer it’s a cumulative so the bottom line is only get a cat scan if absolutely necessary I would recommend doing a MRI or an ultrasound instead if you could the fda has stated that 30 to 50 percent of cat scans are medically unnecessary so if they’re saying that it’s probably more like 70 or 80 percent now here’s the problem the cancer that you would get from having all that accumulated radiation is delayed it doesn’t show up right away it shows 10 years down the road so if you’ve been exposed to a lot of cat scans here are some things that you can do to minimize the damage and to help reduce the effects of radiation in the body high quality seek help is really good to counter the radiation spirulina wheatgrass juice chlorella extra virgin olive oil cruciferous vegetables sprouts especially the cruciferous sprouts green tea curcumin and there’s many other superfoods that can help you so it’s all about balancing the accumulation of radiation and doing things to actually protect the cells against the radiation as far as your diet another reason to eat healthy in large amounts of vegetables thanks for watching hey if you’re interested in finding out the underlying cause of your body issues click the link below and take the evaluation quince

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about CT-Scans and Radiation. CT-Scans and Radiation comes with a huge risk. CT-Scan of the abdomen is equivalent to being exposed to 200 chest x-rays or 1,500 dental x-rays. Ionizing radiation could create DNA damage. The FDA says that 30 to 50% CT-scans are medically unnecessary.
Things you can do to minimize the damage and help reduce the effects of the radiation in the body:
• Sea Kelp
• Spirulina
• Wheatgrass Juice
• Chlorella
• Extra Virgin Olive Oil
• Cruciferous / Sprouts
• Green Tea
• Curcumin
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