(NaturalNews) We have sent a $12,000 donation to the Tzu Chi Foundation to help support efforts on the ground in Japan. We sent our first check for $5,000 two days ago, and then we sent a second check for $7,000 yesterday.
Matt Monarch from the Raw Food World (www.RawFoodWorld.com) chipped in $2,000 of this $12,000 total. He is the one who deserves credit for sourcing many of these sea vegetables and superfood supplements that we've offered during this nuclear crisis.
We are working extremely hard right now to continue making health products available to those who are concerned about radiation fallout -- including potassium iodide which we have shipping out on Monday. We're also working diligently to keep posting the news stories that your own government won't dare tell you (http://www.naturalnews.com/031735_Obama_radi...).
We wish everyone the best possible outcome in these trying times. While I HOPE that Obama is right and no one needs to prepare for anything, I am not betting my life on it, and I strongly encourage everyone out there to think critically about what's really going on in Japan and how they could potentially impact them in North America, Australia, Hawaii or wherever they happen to be.
Stay tuned to NaturalNews.com for frequent news stories on this topic.
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