Vaccine Mania

By on Sep 1, 2009 in Health and Fitness, Uncategorized | 0 comments

September 1, 2009

Vaccine mania has taken the world by storm. If you’re considering getting a Swine Flu shot, here’s a few things you might want to think about.

1) Getting a Swine Flu shot does not guarantee you will not get the Swine Flu.

2) Why has the Federal Government felt it necessary to grant complete immunity to pharmaceutical companies who manufacture the vaccine if taking it results in critical long term side effects or death?

3) In a survey conducted by Nursing Times magazine, it was found that only 37% of nurses and front line health workers said they would take the vaccine.

4) 49% of doctors in the UK polled by Pulse magazine would reject the vaccine with 9% still undecided

5) All vaccines cause inflammation of the brain. The older you are the more inflammation exist. Some more severe cases lead to neurodegenerative diseases as a direct result of vaccines.

6) The Swine Flu vaccine will contain the heavy metal mercury which is toxic. It also contains immune stimulators called adjuvants. They’ve been associated with severe autoimmune diseases such as Lupus.

7) Why is the Federal Government involved in this to begin with?

8) 92% of children who contract measles, mumps, or other childhood illnesses have been vaccinated.

9) Why have their been no mass epidemics after it was discovered that protection from childhood vaccines had waned in adults?

10) A 30 year study concluded that the regular flu vaccine did not reduce deaths or hospitalizations for pneumonia from flu, yet the CDC, and the American Academy of Family Practice still strongly promote it for the elderly.

There’s a heap of evidence now that the best way to combat the flu is with proper nutrition and supplementation.

Vitamin D3 stimulates a group of proteins called peptides which can kill or inhibit viruses, bacteria and fungi. The more you take the more microbe killing peptides it makes.

The government recommends only 400 international units per day. Dr. Russell Blaylock M.D., whose been studying things in this area for the last 30 years recommends 5000 IU’s per day and 15,000 IU’s per day if there is a true epidemic. Let’s see? Who’s advice should I take?

Start taking control of your own health. All the information you need is at your finger tips.

It’s also critical to exercise to get your blood flowing properly and stimulate your lymphatic system.

Learn more about the exercise part, especially if you’re over forty at

All the best,

Kevin Furey – The Fitness Vigilante

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