Saturday, March 29, 2014


study conducted in New Zealand discovered that children who have never been vaccinated are far healthier than vaccinated children. The 1992 study was performed by surveying members of the Immunization Awareness Society. The study proved that vaccinated children are more likely to suffer from asthma, eczema, ear infections, hyperactivity and many other chronic conditions than unvaccinated children. The study also identified that there was a ten-fold increase in the incidence of tonsillitis in the children who were vaccinated, and a total lack tonsillectomy operations among the children who were unvaccinated.
Another similar study that was conducted in Germany came up with similar results. The study showed that 17461 children between 1-17 years of age, 4.7% have asthma, 10.7% have hay fever and 13.2% have neurodermatitis. Among children not vaccinated, 2.5% have asthma, 3% have hay fever, and 7% have neurodermatitis. 
Vaccines contain many toxins. Vaccines contain many toxins including formaldehyde, aluminum, MSG, and mercury.
So before you inject your children with toxins, you might want to do a little research. The vaccines with the worse side effects are MMR, Hepatitis B, and the new HPV vaccines but they all have there risks. The risks are compounded by the fact that more than 30 vaccines are being given to children before the age of three. 

See this short but informative video on vaccines.

Here are 10 recommendations for healthier children (and adults) without vaccines:

1. Avoid simple carbohydrates including white sugar, white flour, and white rice.
2. Avoid processes foods and junk foods.
3. Avoid non-organic soy and corn. Any ingredient with the word soy in it that is not labeled organic is likely genetically modified. Corn is more difficult to detect. Corn is also likely genetically modified unless it is labeled organic. Corn is in malodextrin, corn starch, corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, dextrose, glucose, cereal, breads, and oils. Read labels carefully.
2. Avoid MSG and aspartame, both which are toxic to the brain because their ingredients cross the blood-brain barrier and cause neurons to excite themselves to death. These poisons cause many neurological problems in children and adults.
3. Drink 6 to 8 glasses of non-fluoridated water per day.
4. Eat 7-8 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. This is easier than it seems. Servings are usually around 1/2 cup unless greens like kale and lettuce, which use 1 full cup. One serving of fruit is one small apple or banana or 1/2 half of a large apple or banana or a small handful (1/8 of a cup) of dried fruit. Dried fruit has concentrated sugar so give them an equal amount of nuts. 
5. Eat only beef from grass-fed cattle or organic poultry and eggs. Farm raised cows are full of hormones and farm raised poultry and eggs are full of antibiotics.
6. Feed you kids probiotics in the form of plain yogurt without added hormones. Read the label to make sure live cultures are in the yogurt. Mountain High and Brown Cow yogurts are good brands. Buy the whole fat yogurt. Contrary to popular believe, the whole fat is healthier, especially for kids, than the nonfat or lowfat. Brown Cow has a cream top yogurt that is non-homogenized which is even healthier. Just add fruit and nuts and a teaspoon of honey for a healthy dessert. Probiotics are the good bacteria in your intestines. They keep the bad guys down so they don't have a chance to build up.
7. Cook with olive oil, real butter, and coconut oils instead of vegetable oils, canola oil (which by the way is genetically modified), and fake butters.   
8. Give you children one tablespoon of flaxseed meal in 1/2 cup (1 cup with water) of oatmeal every morning for the omega-3 essential fatty acids. A good product is Bob's Red Mill brand. Nuts and dried or fresh fruit can be added to the oatmeal along with cinnamon. Cinnamon is an anti-inflammatory which helps prevent diabetes. Use liberally. 
9. Get children to exercise outside every day. Exercise strengthens muscles, bones, and supports the immune system. The sun provides Vitamin D which has been found to be low or deficient in most North Americans and low levels increase risk of most chronic conditions including heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. 
10. Make sure your kids get plenty of sleep. Most kids need on average 10 hours per night. Some need more sleep especially when going through growth spurts so don't call them lazy when they sleep in a little longer on the weekends. Preferably, there should be no TV or electronics in their bedroom. If they have a computer in their bedroom, make sure it is off hours before bedtime.

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