Health Facts – Flu Shot

Flu Shots

  • Side effects of the flu vaccination include body aches, low grade fever, and soreness at the point of injection.
  • Flu vaccinations contain thimerosol, which is a derivative of mercury.  This is believed to be the reason for many vaccine side effects, as thimerosol is a known neurotoxin.
  • Some researchers and doctors believe that flu shot ingredients, including thimerosol and aluminum, increase the likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s disease.  A prominent physician and researcher showed that people who had five consecutive influenza vaccinations between the years 1970 and 1980 were ten times more likely to develop Alzheimer’s.
  • It is believed that some people cannot shed mercury from their systems and it builds up in their brains causing nerve and brain damage. In addition, some people are allergic to mercury and thimerosal and can experience serious allergic reaction as flu vaccine side effects.
  • The dead influenza viruses which are the major flu shot ingredients are grown in chicken eggs.  People who are allergic to chicken eggs could have serious flu vaccine side effects.
  • The influenza nasal spray vaccine is chosen by some as an alternative to the flu shot. Ingredients in the nasal spray include weakened live influenza viruses. The common nasal spray flu vaccine side effects include runny nose, headache, sore throat and cough. The nasal spray flu vaccine is preservative free, but is only approved for use in healthy people between the ages of 5 and 49.
  • Concern over flu shot ingredients and flu vaccine side effects raise questions in the minds of some people as to whether or not healthy people, with a healthy immune system even need an annual influenza vaccine.
  • Alternatives include the use of natural immunity boosting products. Most natural immune system boosters have no unwanted side effects and carry none of the risks associated with flu vaccine side effects and flu shot ingredients.
  • Ways to boost your immune system
    • Go to your Chiropractor
    • Get a full night’s sleep of 6-10 hours
    • Drink plenty of water
    • Eat more raw fruits and vegetables
    • Go outside and get some fresh air.
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