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Do you know how much aluminum is considered safe?
5 mcg/per KG of weight, according to the USFDA. This means an 8 pound baby receives 14× the levels considered toxic from essentially the moment of birth (Hep-B contains 250 mcg), if you’re following the current CDC schedule.
Lawrence B. Palevsky, M.D., Paul Thomas, M.D., Toni Bark, M.D. & Jennifer Margulis Ph.D., discuss the neurotoxicity of aluminum.
For those who say:
“There’s more aluminum in your deodorant, foods, and beverages than in vaccines”, watch this.
You’re correct theres more aluminum in day to day products. But that’s ignoring 3 key facts:
1: Toxins are cleared much more effectively when ingested or absorbed than when they’re injected.
2: The aluminum found in day to day products is not in nanoparticle form.
3: The aluminum is not bound to polysorbate 80, which makes it easier to cross the blood brain barrier.
Aluminum is a known neurotoxin, and there is no acceptable reason to inject a neurotoxin directly into the blood stream of children (or adults), period.