Vaccines –

  • bypass our first lines of defence, the skin and the mucous membranes, to introduce bacteria and viruses that are chemically and/or genetically modified and contaminated with foreign tissues, proteins and other viruses;
  • expose the immune system to many infectious (and other) diseases at once. This does not occur in our natural environment;
  • contain adjuvants, preservatives, antibiotics and a variety of toxic chemicals as stabilisers.

Our immune system, skin and mucous membranes, protect our vital internal organs from invasive infection and harmful substances. In contrast, the contents of a vaccine have access to our bloodstream and organs with no warning through the natural cell-mediated immune response.

Also, the magnitude of the attack is not tracked through the tagging system. Only the humoral arm of the immune system is stimulated, reacting to generate a short-lived antibody response to the invasion of antigens and additives.

Having reacted after a vaccine, the immune system may ‘hyper-react’ when the same (or similar) substance presents again through food, the lungs or skin. This is why an allergy to an ingredient in vaccines is a contra-indication to having them.

  • Yeast and egg allergies are contra-indications to vaccines cultivated in yeast or chick embryo cells because they can set off an allergic response or a dangerous immune response called anaphylaxis.
  • MSG, gelatine, peanut or nut oil, antibiotics and foreign proteins in vaccines may also trigger life-threatening reactions, yet few studies investigate these links. A 2007 report states that “exercise-induced asthma (EIA) may be an anaphylactic reaction to a food rather than a response to physical activity.”9
  • In 2001, a study estimated that anaphylaxis is not as rare as generally believed and affects 1 –15% of the US population10 and a five-fold increase in life-threatening food allergies in the decade between 1994 and 2005 is noted in another study.11

9   Caminiti I., Passalacqua G., Vita D, et al. Food-exercise-induced anaphylaxis in a boy successfully desensitized to cow milk. Allergy 2007;62:335-6.
10 Neugut AI, Ghatak AT, Miller RL., Anaphylaxis in the United States: an investigation into its epidemiology. Arch Intern Med 2001 Jan 8;161(1):15-21

11 Ravel G et al, Autoimmunity, environmental exposure and vaccination: is there a link?
Toxicology, 2004 March 15;196(3):211-6

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