Scientific literature also shows that the vaccines can cause the diseases they’re meant to prevent, such as in the case of measles, whooping cough, and chicken pox (and others) when the vaccinated child sheds virus to family and community members, even if the child shows no symptoms. More troubling is that outbreaks are now occurring more often in late teen/young adult populations a time when childhood disease are more problematic. This shows that whatever immunity was originally conferred wears off over time. The only solution is even more boosters.
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There are plenty of other reasons I don't eat soy besides the fact that it's GMO. I don't need thyroid problems or bone problems from the aluminum in soy and I definitely don't need estrogen receptor breast cancer from soy. I was speaking to a bank rep on the phone one day and she told me she was on thyroid meds and I asked her if she drank soy milk and she said replied, "yes,,most of my life. I asked her if anyone else in her family had thyroid problems and she said her aunt who has been drinking soy milk for years. She told me she thought soy was healthy and never knew it could have affected her thyroid! I think our entire food supply is a disgrace..I agree with you. Imagine lacing practically all our food with soy when post-menopausal women are prone to getting estrogen receptor breast cancer! I do eat organic as much as I can…I grow herbs..tomatoes..
hot peppers..in my garden and I dream of having an organic greenhouse in my backyard but it's too much work for me..I have a bad back.
Thanks for your response…and stay as healthy as you can despite our contaminated food supply.