How much do you know about the flu vaccine?
According to a review of 51 studies involving 260,000 children, ages 6 to 23 no evidence was found that the flu vaccine is any more effective than a placebo.
The vaccines administered are only able to protect against certain strains which means when an individual comes in contact with a different strain of the virus they won’t be protected.
Is the Flu Shot More Dangerous Than the Actual Flu Virus?
It is a known fact that Flu vaccines contain strains of the flu virus along with other harmful ingredients.
Medical journals have published thousands of articles revealing that injecting vaccines can actually lead to serious health problems including harmful immunological responses and a host of other infections.
The flu vaccine contains a heavy metal called mercury, known to be hazardous to human health.
According to studies, the amount of mercury contained in a multi-dose flu shot is much higher than the maximum allowable daily exposure limit.
Over-exposure to mercury can cause serious harm to human health. Studies have shown a link to memory loss, Alzheimer’s, depression, ADD, digestive imbalances respiratory problems, cardiovascular diseases, among other health problems.
Not only does the flu vaccine contain mercury, but also other harmful ingredients such as antibiotics, formaldehyde and gelatin.
Alternative Methods To Protect Against The Flu
Since the vaccine ingredients are harmful and may be more dangerous than the actual flu virus itself there are some alternative methods to protect against the flu.
Getting the daily dose of Vitamin D has proven to be effective in protecting against the flu. Exercising keeps the blood flowing which in turn helps to detox your system.
Staying away from prepared foods, fast food, and GMO’s that have harmful toxins can also be effective in preventing the flu.
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