The vital missing piece of the vaccinate vs. unvaccinated study

This week, a pilot study was released that compares the rate of autism in vaccinated and unvaccinated children. It is the first study of its kind, and, at some point, it will probably be renamed "I told you so." As many suspected, the rate of autism is higher...much higher...in vaccinated kids. The study shows that vaccinated children are 3x more likely to be diagnosed on the autism spectrum.

real-estate-in-the-cityBut that's not all.

Though vaccinated kids show lower rates of chicken pox, whooping cough, and rubella, the percentage of other illnesses soar.

Vaccinated children are diagnosed with significantly higher rates of

allergies, learning disabilities, ADHD, pneumonia, ear infections, surgical ear tubes, and general chronic illness.

Although this study is certainly eye-opening, it isn't perfect. Considering that over 90% of US kids are vaccinated, finding large numbers of those who aren't isn't easy. Throw in the variables of diet, exercise, and environment and there's definitely room for outside influences.

But...

1 in 3 US kids now has ADD, asthma, allergies, or autism- something dramatic is happening.

Thirty years ago, children under the age of 2 received seven vaccines: diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (in the combined form of DTP), measles,mumps, rubella (in the combined form of MMR), and polio. A total of 5 shots by the time they were two years old.

In 2016, by the age of two, US children receive 36 vaccines.

Dose determines toxicity.

We know that alcohol metabolizes differently in adult bodies based on gender, weight, age, fatigue, food consumption...why would toxins in vaccines be any different?

We base vaccination schedules on age: birth, 6 months, 12 months...not weight, or any other metabolizing factors.

Dose determines toxicity.

Vaccine ingredients such as mercury and aluminum have long been questioned for their levels of toxicity and long-term effects. But what about other ingredients like egg, peanut oil, soy, embryo cultures, and calf bovine serums?

lab-1MAYBE- the ingredients haven't changed over the past thirty years, but they weren't always genetically modified. Bovine growth hormones (rBGH) were approved in 1993. Widespread use of Roundup began in the late 1990's.

What if glyphosate is the common link?

Glyphosate is the main active ingredient in Monsato's Roundup...and it's been found in our dairy, eggs, peanuts, soy...pretty much everything.

MAYBE- the ingredients haven't changed- but the glyphosate wasn't always there.

What's the big deal? Glyphosate has been linked to:

gastrointestinal disorders, IBS, Chrone's, depression, AUTISM, Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis, infertility, cardiovascular disease, Parkinson's, allergies, obesity, ADHD...just to name a few.

Notice any similarities between the glyphosate list and the vaccinated kids list?

kids-playingFor certain, this study raises more questions than it answers.

Is it the number of vaccines the cause of autism and chronic illnesses?
Should vaccines be given based on weight rather than age?
Is glyphosate the commonality behind ALL of the skyrocketing symptoms?

Why don't we know what's happening to our children? Because, after thirty years, the research is just beginning.

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