29 May 2010
from IMVA Website
New research suggests that exposure to high levels of organophosphate pesticides, commonly found on berries, celery and other produce, and could raise the odds for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children.
At this point, though, there is no
evidence that pesticide exposure can actually cause ADHD, stated the
authors of a paper appearing in the June issue of Pediatrics. At the
same time, weirdly, we have the mainstream media publishing
brainless research saying that there is currently no strong evidence
that organic foods bring nutrition-related health benefits.
Unintelligent or better yet stupid is
the word because as they “potentially” admit ingestion of chemicals,
antibiotics and hormones, speaking nothing of fluoride, transgenic
DNA modified food, aspartame, MSG and a host of other unnatural
things and what they all do to ones nutritional profile.
For instance, the amount of Vit K injected at birth is 20,000 times the needed dose. Additionally, the injection also contains preservatives which are known toxins to the infant. Large doses of Vit K are a cause of jaundice in the newborn. Colostrum, which precedes breastmilk, is rich in Vit K. Thus, an infant who is breastfed immediately at birth will receive a natural source of Vit K, in most cases significantly raising the Vit K level.
Birth is an overwhelming sensory experience for the baby - it has never before been cold, hungry, been blinded by light, felt the touch of cloth or the pull of gravity. Sticking a needle into a baby’s body and inflicting pain isn’t the best way to allow the sensory system to gradually adjust to the outside world.
Not a very warm welcome, is it?
Worst of all children saw a 46 percent
spike in the use of antiviral drugs, by far the largest increase of
all age groups and driven by the high incidence of H1N1 in the
Many of the parents were worried about whether
vaccines were safe or effective.
Many parents have doubts about the value of childhood vaccinations as do many health and medical professionals around the world.
Only Bill Gates, Jimmy Carter, their wives and the New York Times remain without doubt about the dangers of vaccines and giving too many of them to our children.
Dr. Andrew Wakefield with his wife, Carmel,
at the General Medical Council in January in the UK.
In May of 2010, the council said he could no longer practice medicine.
This doctor is a medical hero who is being slandered because his voice comes from within the ranks of medicine and this cannot be tolerated.
Poison the children, stick them with needles, drug’em, cut them out of mothers belly’s in increasing numbers, and give them in every case possible pharmaceuticals instead of safer and more effective natural remedies.