Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Why So Many Allergies to Peanuts?

I was reading an article last week by Dr. Tim O'Shea, a chiropractor who's big on educating people about vaccinations (you can find his website here), and I thought that I would share some of the main points.


Dr. O'Shea goes into detail on his theory about why there are so many allergies these days to peanuts.  I won't go into all of the specifics, but he points out that peanut allergies, anaphylaxis, and death from peanut allergies has significantly risen since the mid 1900s.  His theory; the use of what is called excipients in vaccinations.

The thinking of the drug world is as follows: in order to get the best response from a vaccination, there needs to be a strong allergic response to the vaccine, which in their minds means a stronger immunity to whatever is being administered via the vaccine.  One way to get that stronger allergic response is to add an excipient, a molecule to increase the immune response.  The preferred excipient today; peanut oils.

Now, if you're a parent and have done any research on what to feed and what not to feed your baby, you'll know that you shouldn't feed peanuts to your child until they are at least 1 year old.  The main reason is that the digestive system of a baby is still being formed and small proteins can pass from the gut to the bloodstream.  Peanut proteins are capable of causing a higher immune response, which means that babies shouldn't eat peanuts due to the possibility of getting these inflammatory proteins into their bloodstream.

But what about the peanut oils in the vaccines?  It's been shown that even the most refined peanut oils contain inflammatory peanut proteins.  However, we all know that vaccines don't get ingested with the possibility of the peanut proteins getting blocked by the gut, vaccines are directly injected.  That means that the inflammtory peanut proteins go straight to the blood stream.

Now this isn't just the theory of a man trying to rid the world of vaccines, it's a shared theory by people in the medical community as well.  Helen Fraser, a researcher, agrees with Dr. O'Shea and even goes on to say, "The peanut allergy epidemic in children was precipitated by childhood injections" (her book can be found at Barnes & Noble). 

Children these days are getting an exorbitant number off vaccines by the time they turn 18.  And most of these vaccines contain peanut oils to increase the immune response, not to mention other poisonous chemicals.  For example, in 1980, a child was to receive 20 vaccines from birth to 18 years of age, today, that number has increased to 68!  And that doesn't even include the flu vaccine!

So I guess what I'm trying to say is this: Is it just coinicidental that there has been an increase in allergies and deaths due to peanuts at the same time as there has been an increase in vaccines?  I don't think it's coincidence.  But if you want to find out for yourself, more power to you.

(If you would like to read Dr. Tim O'Shea's full article, you can find it on his website here)

No comments:

Post a Comment