(NaturalNews) If the peanut allergy epidemic is man-made, can it be undone? What if the vaccine industry took peanut oil out of all vaccines, would the allergy statistics plummet? How is it that so many people want to justify a high chance of getting a serious food allergy, which has deadly risk factors in and of itself, with a possibly reduced risk of getting, say, the mumps or measles? Take a big guess at the average number of vaccines that U.S. children get before age seven.
As the Western Medicine push increases to get shots closer together and in combination (combo jabs), we have seen peanut allergies jump off the charts in terms of statistics, in just the last 12 years. In fact, peanut allergies affected just 1 in 125 children in 2002; there is now 1 in every 17 children (well over 1 million in the USA) suffering from "peanut allergy," and it can be deadly, make no mistake about it. New research has emerged that shows, if you give kids with peanut allergies small doses of peanut flour, eventually they can safely eat peanuts again. The experimental therapy has already proven effective at a mind-boggling 80% success rate.
Maybe society just creates its own diseases, you think? Is this god-forsaken peanut allergy man-made? Could it be so? How did it go from such a small incidence 20 years ago to this epidemic for millions of kids? To even suggest that scientists knew about this in advance is pure conspiracy theory, so we won't even go there. (http://www.naturalnews.com)
Doctors are puzzled. We can't seem to figure out how 2% of the population all of the sudden (since Clinton's second term) became allergic to peanuts as toddlers. It must be something in the peanut butter! Over 5.5 million people have this food allergy, and that's not in the countries that consume peanuts the most. Go figure.
Immunologists will tell you that it is an "immune system abnormality." But back in 1901, Dr. Charles Richet already named the condition "anaphylaxis," which he said was a side effect of vaccination. Author Heather Fraser wrote, "It is a universal reaction of animals to any protein injected into the bloodstream [emphasis added] -- the first injection sensitizes, the second injection or subsequent consumption of the protein unleashes the life threatening reaction." In other words, with food allergies, the reaction comes on as the result of intact proteins in the food bypassing the digestive system and making their way, intact, into the blood!
It all started with protein-laden cottonseed oil "injections" in the 1930s, which were phased out after WWII, when everyone caught on. Yes, that's right, refined cottonseed oil was a primary excipient ("inactive" substance) in the injected "wonder drug" vaccines. Fast forward to 2014 and it's peanut oil, MSG and formaldehyde. Are you allergic to MSG or formaldehyde? It must be the clothes you wear and all those salty chips you eat. Keep reading. This vital and revolutionary information should be in the "Planning for your Allergy-free Healthy Baby" book.
So it all makes sense, and certain scientists and medical professionals have known this for 100 years. If you inject MSG, sucralose, aluminum, mercury, emulsifiers, adjuvants and PRESERVATIVES into the blood, there are serious health consequences. Being so cheap, peanut oil was the excipient (preservative) of choice for vaccines in the 1960s. The bad news is that, primarily among children, allergic reactions to peanuts compound health disasters because they can bring on asthma attacks and induce shock, respiratory failure and even death. So much for saving money!
Plus, the childhood vaccination schedule doubled from the 1980s to the 1990s, just when peanut allergy statistics and complications soared. Today, many children have it so severe that they have to carry around self-injectable epinephrine just in case they are exposed to the "wrong" food. So should the doctors just give you that emergency kit when you get your mumps, measles and rubella jab? Get your multi-jab today and get a free "Peanut and MSG anaphylaxis allergen kit!" (http://www.thedoctorwithin.com)
New peanut allergy therapy has 80% success out the gate
Scientists have made a revolutionary breakthrough, and 9 in 10 children tested were able to safely eat peanuts after just six months of treatment. This is the first study of its kind in the world. By slowly building up a tolerance, children were able to consume up to five peanuts a day. Children and teens with SEVERE allergies were tested, and the families involved are now greatly relieved, and their children's lives are now changed dramatically. The fear of a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction has been removed, thanks to the study and the study leader, Dr. Andrew Clark from Cambridge University Hospitals. The findings have been published in The Lancet medical journal. These are families who feared going out to eat at restaurants and had to check every single food label. Should the "mass population" be informed, or should the FDA bury it, for fear that people may not need chronic sick care coverage anymore?
The secret was peanut flour
Don't try this at home folks, but the results are in. Kids in surprisingly "high income" countries have something to look forward to. Where there was once "no way" to avoid a reaction other than just avoiding peanuts, there is new hope and promise. Although half of the mass-marketed food "products" in the USA are "made in a factory" which processes peanuts, not everybody has to fear the worst. Ninety-nine children aged 7 to 16 with severe http://www.naturalnews.com/peanut_allergies.... allergies were given a tiny, 2-mg dose of a special peanut flour in their food. This was gradually ramped up to 800 mg over time at a research facility where the children could be closely observed for any dangerous side effects. All they got was some itchiness of the mouth and minor stomach pains.
Before the study, these kids could not even tolerate tiny bits of peanuts; now, they can safely eat five peanuts at a time. This is a simple "re-training" of the immune system. It may be years though before being accepted as routine clinical use, especially as Big Pharma will try to suppress it as common knowledge. Don't look for it in typical "prevention" magazines. In other words, don't look for little packs of peanut flour as a snack on your next flight. Maybe they won't have to ban peanut butter in schools across America and Canada after all, not that peanut butter is the most nutritious snack on the planet.