Aluminum + Food protein in Vaccines = Food allergy by #109814 .....

Why is the aluminum in the vaccines? This one is SCARY, folks!! Read the last bit about the mice....

Date:   3/8/2009 1:03:49 PM ( 14 y ago)

Why is the aluminum in the vaccines? Is it as innocent as the doctors say? "Aluminum is everywhere in the environment. The little bit in the vaccine can't hurt you...."

Why is aluminum in vaccines?
Aluminum is used in vaccines as an adjuvant.
An adjuvant is a vaccine component that boosts the immune response to the vaccine. The adjuvant effects of aluminum were discovered in 1926. Aluminum adjuvants are used in vaccines such as hepatitis A, hepatitis B, diphtheria-tetanus-containing vaccines, Haemophilus influenzae type b, and pneumococcal vaccines, but they are not used in the live, viral vaccines, such as measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, or rotavirus. [So it is most likely that the food allergies mainly come from all the vaccines but MMR? - bfg]

Anaphylactic children—canaries in the public health mine shaft?

Are vaccines responsible for the epidemic of anaphylaxis in young children today?

by Rita Hoffman [GREAT article - go to website to read the whole thing! - bfg]

"A key piece of the hypersensitivity puzzle is the vaccine adjuvant aluminum according to New Zealand researcher and author Hilary Butler. Butler states that "Aluminium is put into vaccines, because without it, the body will not react to weak strains of antigens. Aluminium is highly reactive, and is a Th2 'skewer'. This is the whole reason why aluminum is added to vaccines. And Aluminium will ALWAYS create IGE, and if this happens in the presence of proteins from vaccines or food antigens in the body, then there is a high chance of allergy developing." She points out the study by Yamanishi et al (2003) who immunized mice against Kunitz-type soybean trypsin inhibitor (KSTI) and concluded that..."we demonstrated that, regardless of the inability to adsorb KSTI, alum exerted its adjuvant activity only when it was co-injected with the antigen. These results showed that some biochemical effect, other than adsorptive activity, to enhance the production of the antigen-specific IgE resides in alum."(69) According to Butler, "this goes along with evidence I have elsewhere that highlights the observation that aluminum does not have to be absorbed onto the antigen in order for an immune response to be stimulated. Another thing is that aluminum produces mostly IgE antibodies (allergic antibodies)." Numerous studies have also shown that aluminum is linked to allergic responses. (70)"

Allergy 1978 Jun:33(3):155-9 Aluminum phosphate but not calcium phosphate stimulates the specific IgE response in guinea pigs to tetanus toxoid. It is hypothesized that the regular application of aluminum compound-containing vaccines on the entire population could be one of the factors leading to the observed increase of allergic diseases. PMID 707792

Pediatric Allergy Immunol 1994 May;5(2):118-23 Immunoglobulin E and G responses to pertussis toxin after booster immunization in relation to atopy, local reactions and aluminum content of the vaccines. The role of aluminum for IgG and IgE responses to pertussis toxin (PT), as well as for side effects, was investigated in 49 children with known atopy status………………the addition of aluminum to the pertussis vaccine was, thus, associated with a stronger IgG antibody response, but tended also to induce a stronger IgE antibody response. The correlation between total IgE and PT-IgE, which was most prominent in children with atopy, indicates that the role of immunization for the development of allergy merits further studies. PMID 808719

If it’s so “safe” then why preach about aluminum to us?

Glad you asked!

When given more than 10 micrograms per day through IV solutions, the bones and brains of premature babies accumulated aluminum at toxic levels. The FDA has required a daily limit of 25 micrograms of aluminum in nutritional IVs.

The HIB vaccine has 225 micrograms of aluminum.


“It helps the vaccines work better.”

Now, all aluminum toxicity studies were performed using IV solutions, which were injected right into the blood. Vaccines are injected into muscle and tissue, then diffuse slowly into the bloodstream. So pediatricians keep using vaccines with aluminum, thinking, hoping, praying that it diffuses at such a slow rate that it will not be an issue.


And 225 micrograms is nothing compared to some of the combination shots that can contain up to 1500 micrograms.

In several studies on animals, the aluminum caused brain damage similar to Alzheimer’s disease. And, while there have been no studies on healthy babies, studies on premature babies showed impaired neurological and mental development.


All information taken from The Vaccine Book by Dr. Robert Sears., 23 March 2006, Pieta Woolley
Vaccines show sinister side

If two dozen once-jittery mice at UBC are telling the truth postmortem, the world’s governments may soon be facing one hell of a lawsuit. New, so-far-unpublished research led by Vancouver neuroscientist Chris Shaw shows a link between the aluminum hydroxide used in vaccines, and symptoms associated with Parkinson’s, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease), and Alzheimer’s.

Shaw is most surprised that the research for his paper hadn’t been done before. For 80 years, doctors have injected patients with aluminum hydroxide, he said, an adjuvant that stimulates immune response.

“This is suspicious,” he told the Georgia Straight in a phone interview from his lab near Heather Street and West 12th Avenue. “Either this [link] is known by industry and it was never made public, or industry was never made to do these studies by Health Canada. I’m not sure which is scarier.”

Similar adjuvants are used in the following vaccines, according to Shaw’s paper: hepatitis A and B, and the Pentacel cocktail, which vaccinates against diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, polio, and a type of meningitis.

To test the link theory, Shaw and his four-scientist team from UBC and Louisiana State University injected mice with the anthrax vaccine developed for the first Gulf War. Because Gulf War Syndrome looks a lot like ALS, Shaw explained, the neuroscientists had a chance to isolate a possible cause. All deployed troops were vaccinated with an aluminum hydroxide compound. Vaccinated troops who were not deployed to the Gulf developed similar symptoms at a similar rate, according to Shaw.

After 20 weeks studying the mice, the team found statistically significant increases in anxiety (38 percent); memory deficits (41 times the errors as in the sample group); and an
allergic skin reaction (20 percent). Tissue samples after the mice were “sacrificed” showed neurological cells were dying. Inside the mice’s brains, in a part that controls movement, 35 percent of the cells were destroying themselves.

And eating aluminum isn't the same as having it injected into you! Aluminum + food protein in vaccines = Food allergies


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