Aborted Baby Fetal Cells in Childhood Vaccines

There are 4 childhood vaccines routinely administered to children across America that contain aborted baby fetal cells. These vaccines are the chickenpox vaccine called Varivax, the MMR II vaccine, the polio vaccine, and the Hepatitis A vaccine. The Shingles vaccine for adults also contains aborted baby fetal cells. You may ask: why are there aborted baby fetal cells in vaccines? The answer is that viruses need a growth medium. Until the 1990's viruses in vaccines were cultivated in animal cells. In the 1990's vaccine manufacturers began using viruses cultivated in ABORTED BABY FETAL CELLS. Yes its true, human cells and DNA fragments from aborted babies are actually in vaccines! Vacci

Why Kids Should Not Be Eating Sugar

There is one thing that children with ADHD, Autism, behavioral problems and cognitive delays share, and that is food allergies. Food allergies can affect different areas of the body such as the gastrointestinal system and even the brain. Symptoms of brain allergies can be displayed as ADHD, Autism, cognitive delays, and brain fog. One of the top offending foods is Sugar. ADHD kids literally have brain allergies to sugar. Typically when we think of sugar we think of brown and white sugar. Brown sugar is considered to be healthier than white but is often GMO and just white sugar sprayed with brown color. These Sugars are added to the majority of processed foods, and they can literally tur

Berries Slash Heart Attack Risk

Blueberries contain phytonutrients which can help lower LDL cholesterol even better than drugs, without the risk of side effects. These phytonutrients are found in the skin of the blueberry and they are called anthocyanins. According to research just reported in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, eating three or more servings of blueberries and strawberries per week appears to slash women's risk of a heart attack by about one-third. The scientists behind the study, who are from the Harvard School of Public Health and the University of East Anglia in the UK, note there are high levels of dietary flavonoids in blueberries and strawberries. These flavonoids are also found i

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