It's the time of year again when people will start rushing in to get their annual flu shot, but there are some frightening statistics that everyone should know. First the actual composition for this year's flu vaccine is based on an educated guess made by a consensus of about 30 public health experts. These "experts" meet annually with the FDA in the US to predict which specific strains of influenza will invade the country in the coming year. If this sounds unscientific to you, it's because it is. The most promising clinical trails show only a 14% reduced risk with some studies showing that vaccinated individuals were actually at a 2% higher risk of getting the flu. According to Dr. J. Anthony Morris (distinguished virologist and formerly Chief of Vaccine Control Officer at the US Food and Drug Administration), "There is no evidence that any influenza vaccine thus far developed is effective in preventing or mitigating any attack of influenza. The producers of these vaccines know they are all worthless, but they go on selling them anyway". Another point to remember is that out of all "influenza-like illness", only 10 to 15 percent are an actual strain of influenza.
Let's not forget that over 49% of individuals receiving the flu shot will develop systemic reactions. It is now recognized that there is a direct link between Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) and the flu vaccine. GBS is a neurological problem that causes paralysis, with most victims never fully recovering. More recently, there is now an established link between the flu vaccine and Alzheimer's. According to Hugh Fudenberg, MD, the worlds leading immunogenticist, if an individual has had five consecutive flue shots, their chances of getting Alzheimer's is ten times higher than if they had one, two, or no shots. Because only about 10% of all adverse vaccine reactions are reported to the FDA, the true vaccine damage figures are grossly underestimated. Is it any wonder that, nationwide, less the 35% of doctors and nurses get the flu vaccine themselves?
So how, do we prevent the flu and flu-like infections that hospitalized over 100,000 people every year?
- Get plenty of rest.
- Drink plenty of water.
- Eat healthy.
- Have your nervous system checked for subluxations.
- Take vitamin D3, 2000mg for children and 5-10,000 for adults depending on their size. Along with a multi-vitamin that does quality control by doing third party assays.
If you feel symptoms coming on please see us for recommendations regarding your health condition. For further information on all the poisons that are in flu shots go to mercola.com and watch the video avoid flu shot with vitamin D.