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Posted on 12-03-2012

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Every year, more than 100 million Americans get flu shots, poisoning their bodies in an attempt to “protect” their health. The side effects of flu shots are absolutely frightening!

Flu-like Symptoms Common After Flu Shot

One of the biggest complaints people have about the flu shot is that they feel like they’ve been given the flu. Within the first 48 hours, many people complain of fever, headaches, runny nose, nausea and body aches just like they’ve come down with a case of the flu. Understand that your body doesn’t like the flu shot. And that holds true for both dead virus and live virus versions of the injection. Each flu shot contains up to three strains of the flu, plus chemicals to preserve the virus and base solution of the shot. Flu vaccines are grown in hens eggs, preserved with formaldehyde, diluted with known neurotoxins like Triton X-100 and MSG, and soaked in ethylene. Certain formulations, like Afluria, Flulaval, Fluzone and Fluvirin also contain thimerosal, a form of mercury. Putting pollutants like this straight into your bloodstream is a recipe for disease, not wellness. You feel lousy after a flu shot because you’ve put things in your body that don’t belong there, and you won’t feel better until your system has done all it can to cleanse your body of the toxins.

Allergic Reactions to Flu Shot Additives

Many people experience allergic reactions to the flu shot additives. These reactions can be life-threatening and happen within minutes. However, milder allergic responses can still compromise your health for weeks or even years after you’ve gotten a flu vaccine. Beware if you are allergic to: Eggs, Formaldehyde, MSG, Mercury, and Aluminum since the flu vaccine contains them all. Mild allergic reactions include swelling around the injection site, itching and redness. More serious reactions include changes in your breathing and heart rate, hives, and muscle weakness. If you’re severely allergic, your throat may close in a potentially fatal reaction. Think twice before getting a flu shot! This is especially true for children, people with weak immune systems and the elderly. You are literally taking your life in your hands when you get a flu shot!

Seizures After Flu Shot

The 2010-2011 American flu season was marked by reports of fever-related seizures among children who had received Fluzone, made by Sanofi-Aventis. According to the CDC’s own studies, one out of every 2,000 to 3,000 children vaccinated will experience additional fever-related seizures as a result of their vaccination. In Australia, the 2010 flu vaccine caused so many seizures in children it was pulled from the market after authorities realized more children were being hospitalized with side effects from the flu shot than were being hospitalized with the flu.

Guillain-Barré Syndome (GBS) from Flu Shot

Guillain-Barré Syndrome is one of the truly frightening side effects of flu shots. Known as GBS, this disorder causes your immune system to attack your own nerve cells, weakening your muscle systems and sometimes paralyzing you completely. Between 3,000 and 6,000 people each year will get GBS, usually after being sick with the flu or getting a flu shot. The risk of GBS increases as you get older, and people over age 50 have the highest risk level. GBS was conclusively linked to both the 1976 flu vaccine and the 2009 flu vaccine.

 Best strategies to reducing your risk of the flu is diet low in sodium, little to no grain, exercise, and supplement with Vitamin D3 (min. 5000 iu/day) and omega 3 fatty acids (3g/day).

Have a blessed day!

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