TESTING FOOD FOR RADIATION, THE DIRTY LITTLE SECRET THOSE COMPANIES SELLING DETECTORS DON’T WANT YOU TO KNOW!
I happened to see a CBS story on a NY French restaurant owner's testing for radiation. So I called all the major sellers of radiation Geiger counters and sadly, but true, got the real truth on testing of food.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but no hand-held tester can safely and accurately test for radiation. The ones that do, start at $18,100 plus a home-made lead-lined box starting at around $500 to place the test subject. The scales or skin can mask the radiation, as can a frozen subject, and the water. If your hand-held model showed radiation, it may just be naturally occurring radon (*check the next day) the fish swam in melt-down run-off, or ate something that swallowed radioactive blast debris.
I wish it did work! As for totally safe radiation free fish~ Try Costco's Hake fish from Namibia Africa & their Chile farmed raised Salmon. Stay away from Pacific Blue Fin & Albacore Tuna which spawns off of Nuclear Waste City Honshu, home of three blown up reactors. Plus any West Coast fish which consumes the highly radioactive kelp!
WHAT FOODS ARE BIG ABSORBERS OF RADIATION? Mushrooms and big leaf vegetables. If you like these, try and find hot house grown, or outside of Washington, OR, and CA. Newest reports from CA produce show fallout, the latest, the pistachios. Some report soaking in various forms of clay, but research info is still on-going, as to clay or zeolite, internal use, it must be a short detoxify, a day or two, because it can rob your body of nutrients & drugs. Many are toxic so knowledge is vital here.