Vaccines and Aluminum, More Proof They’re Bad

‘Hidden’ Occupational Allergens Such as Additives

Santiago Quirce; Darío Antolín-Amérigo; Javier Domínguez-Ortega

DISCLOSURES

Curr Opin Allergy Clin Immunol. 2018;18(2):67-72.

Aluminum is one of the most widely used adjuvants in medications and vaccines, also used as a coloring agent in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. Contact allergy to aluminum has been not only reported after allergen immunotherapy and common vaccinations, presenting as itchy subcutaneous granulomas, but also as occupational contact dermatitis and more recently occupational asthma.[40] Moreover, it has been recently described as an inducer of a type-I hypersensitivity reaction after tetanus vaccination.[41]

Dr. D Explains

So what does that mean…you can be allergic to Aluminum  and suffer that reaction in addition to the toxic build up inside your organs.  When you get an injection that has aluminum in it your white cells, called macrophages will grab it(eat it like a Pacman), wall off the site(red and swollen) and then the aluminum which is not alive accumulates inside these “defense” cells and it slowly kills them.  But the bad thing is that these cells can pass through the blood-brain-barrier and if these cells die around your brain the aluminum will be deposited there to build and become toxic to the brain cells.  It stays there forever!   Can you say, “ADD, Autism, psychopathic behavior (school shootings, teen suicide rates higher than ever before), etc…”
Yes we have natural chelation processes but they don’t work that well in the brain due to the blood-brain-barrier.  So chelating nerve tissue is very slow.  I know I do for this for patients in the office all the time.   But once the damage  during fetal development has been done it doesn’t seem to be reversible so brain-damage is permanent like in Autism.   So how do you give yourself the best preventative against fetal brain damage?  Keep yourself in top health BEFORE pregnancy and stay that way throughout.   (If you are not sure call for a consultation).
In closing.  Vaccines today are given in huge numbers more than I ever had back in the 60’s!  Outrageous doses and schedules that the medical establishment suggests is okay are now slowly coming to light as very wrong and dangerous based on their own research!  Stand up for your right to protect your body and your children’s bodies.
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Cholesterol Drugs are Proven Useless!

People are dubbed into taking dangerous prescription medicines every year. Drug companies make billions.   

Big Pharma Suffers Another Major Blow As Study Debunks High Cholesterol Myths, Admitting Statins Are Totally Worthless

   

It’s been a tough few weeks for Big Pharma, as three major studies have now completely disproved the effectiveness of its most profitable drugs. Last week, a huge study published in The Lancet admitted that the risks of antidepressants in children and teens far outweigh the benefits, as the drugs routinely increase suicidal behavior. Out of 14 antidepressants, only one was shown to improve depression better than the placebo.

Now, scientists are reporting that cholesterol drugs, which 15 million Americans are prescribed, are also completely worthless. A group of international researchers published a study in the BMJ Open journal that found no link between what’s known as “bad” cholesterol and death as a result of heart disease in individuals over 60 years of age.

In fact, the results found that 92 percent of people with high cholesterol actually lived longer. The best way to achieve and maintain good heart health is not through medications but through healthy lifestyle habits.

“Lowering cholesterol with medications for primary cardiovascular prevention in those aged over 60 is a total waste of time and resources, whereas altering your lifestyle is the single most important way to achieve a good quality of life,” said vascular and endovascular surgery expert Professor Sherif Sultan from the University of Ireland.

‘Lowering cholesterol with medications is a total waste of time’

Study co-author Dr. Malcolm Kendrick said their findings show “that older people with high LDL (low-density lipoprotein) levels, the so-called ‘bad’ cholesterol, lived longer and had less heart disease.”

The revelations are sure to have huge implications for the pharmaceutical industry, as the cholesterol drug Lipitor is the most profitable meditation of all time – raking in more than $140 billion in sales, according to Health Impact News. 

The guidelines for preventing heart disease and the buildup of plaque in the arteries need to be re-evaluated, said the study authors, adding that “the benefits from statin treatment have been exaggerated.”

But the truth is that the benefits of statins haven’t just been exaggerated, but 100 percent fabricated, as well as the “research” supporting other drugs such as antidepressants and vaccines.

Natural News reported in 2013 that the push to get even more U.S. adults on statins was facilitated by doctors tied to the industry. Physicians with the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology issued new guidelines three years ago calling for one-third of all adults to consider taking statins – a push proven to be extremely lucrative for Big Pharma.

When questioned about the conflict of interest, the response was: “Ties between heart doctors and Big Pharma are so extensive that it is almost impossible to find a large group of doctors who have no industry ties.”

New study says multiple vaccines at once not safe for kids

Kids today receive far more dangerous vaccines than their parents ever did.

The third major study in a matter of days to discredit the pharmaceutical industry, comes from the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, which found that giving children multiple vaccines at once is unsafe – a complete contradiction to the vaccine narrative shoved down everyone’s throats by government, drug companies and the media for decades.

“Although CDC recommends polio, hepatitis B, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, rotavirus, Haemophilus influenzae type B, and pneumococcal vaccines for two-, four-, and six-month-old infants, this combination of eight vaccines administered during a single physician visit was never tested for safety in clinical trials,” wrote medical researcher Neil Z. Miller.

“This is at odds with a CDC report which found that mixed exposures to chemical substances and other stress factors, including prescribed pharmaceuticals, may produce ‘increased or unexpected deleterious health effects.’”

So there you have it. The pharmaceutical industry, as well the government mandated policies that support it, have absolutely no credibility, and therefore should not be trusted by anyone. The best way to maintain good health is to practice healthy lifestyle habits including eating a balanced diet, exercising and taking time to quiet the mind.

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How to Manage Privacy Settings on Social Media Accounts

Identity theft generally occurs when an individual overshares their personal information. According to Experian, something as simple as your mother’s maiden name can serve as enough personal information to infiltrate your online identity.

 

Please follow the steps below to learn more about how to monitor and protect your privacy on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube.

 

Facebook

1.     Log in to Facebook and click on Settings

2.     Select Privacy

a.     Privacy Settings and Tools section will open: Here you have the ability to change your profile access to control who views your posts and who cannot.

3.     You can also change various Facebook settings in the “Security and Login” section of Settings and monitor your usage.

a.     In this section, you can set up extra security by designating three to five friends to act as backups if you get locked out of your Facebook account. Additionally, you can monitor where you’re currently logged in by device type (MAC, iPhone, etc.) and location. Lastly, in this section you can change your password, confirm two-factor authentication, and choose to get alerts when there’s an unrecognized login to your account.

4.     If you visit the “Apps and Websites” section, you can monitor applications able to access your Facebook data or information.

a.     If you have any apps, websites and games connected to your Facebook, you will be able to click on the app and see what information is being shared with the app or website and who else from your Facebook page can see that information. If you are sharing information with an app, you should select “Only me” to keep this information private.

 

To learn more about how to access your Facebook data, click here.

 

Twitter

1.     Log in to Twitter and click on “Settings and privacy”

In the main “Account” settings, you’ll be able to:

·         Review your Security login verification methods (set up two-factor authentication)

·         Select if you want to require personal information (email/phone number) for a password change

·         Request your Twitter archive

2.     The “Privacy and safety settings” section on Twitter is where you will be able to publicize your tweets, or keep them private and viewable only to those you approve to follow you. If you choose private settings, click the box next to “Protect your Tweets.”

3.     To change your password, click on the “Password” section.

4.     The “Apps” section within “Account” settings allows you to see if any apps are connected to your account. You can “Connect to” or “Revoke Access” to those apps you do not want to allow access.

To learn more about safety and security on Twitter,  click here.

 

LinkedIn

1.     Log in to LinkedIn and select “Settings and Privacy.”

a.     Under Settings and Privacy, you will have access to several settings including but not limited to: Account, Privacy, Ads and Communications. The “Account” section will let you manage your login and security.

2.     When accessing your “Account” settings, you can view “Partners and services,” which showcases who you have shared access to your LinkedIn Account with and who can access your LinkedIn data. You have the option to remove contacts from this section.

3.     The “Privacy” settings section allows you to choose what others can see and how LinkedIn uses your data.

 

To learn more about to manage your account and privacy settings on LinkedIn, click here.

 

Instagram

1.     Log in to Instagram and click on the gear symbol in the top right corner.

2.     Under “Options,” you have the ability to:

a.     Adjust Account settings for “Photos of You”

b.     Adjust “Story Settings”

c.     “Edit Profile” or “Change Password”

d.     Setup Two-Factor Authentication to protect others from logging into your account, even if they get your password

e.     View “Blocked Users”

f.      Switch account to “Private Account”

g.     Under the “Settings” section, you can view “Linked Accounts” — social media accounts linked to your Instagram account, such as Facebook, Twitter, or Tumblr

h.     Review Instagram’s “Privacy Policy” under “About” and search the “Help Center” for “Support” for more details

 

To learn more about how to manage your account and privacy settings on Instagram, click here.

 

Pinterest

1.     Log in to Pinterest and select the three dots that appear on the top right of the platform.

2.     Click “Edit Settings”

3.     Within the settings, you can change your password or connect “Social Networks.”

4.     In the “Security” section, you can “Enable Two-Factor Authentication,” turn on “Require code at log-in,” by clicking the toggle and view all sessions in which you are logged into Pinterest.

 

To learn more about how to manage your account and privacy settings on Pinterest, click here.

 

YouTube

1.     Log in to YouTube and click on “Settings,” where you will be able to control your profile and uploaded videos.

2.     You have the option to make videos public, private, or unlisted, which means they can be seen or shared by anyone with the appropriate link.

 

To learn more about how to change your video and playlist privacy settings, click here.

 

SOURCE: Experian

 

A big thanks to the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress for sharing this Experian blog post with Foundation Group Members.