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    • I am just curious about vaccine ingredients and whether you would give them to your children in their food, for example.

      Be more specific, please. What "vaccine ingredients" are we talking about, and in what quantity are they delivered via vaccine vs. their typical daily intake?

      Most often, there's some hype about one or another aluminum compound used as an adjuvant in vaccines. Last time I checked, a typical dose of a vaccine contained about ~1/10 of what a typical human adult digested of that stuff, daily, anyway.

      Combine this with the fact that most vaccines happen once or twice in a lifetime, and others perhaps once in a decade. Subtract a bit to account for the fact that children aren't adults, and the result will still be that this doesn't matter at all, in the grand scheme of things.

      Would I want my kid to constantly lick the aluminum lid of a microwave dish that has been in contact with acids and salt for a lengthy amount of time? Hell no! Does it matter if my kid does this once at the age of three and then never again in their live? Most likely not! Would I actually ask my kid to lick the lid once in their life if it also increased their health in other, otherwise unrelated aspects? You bet I would!

    • I am just curious about vaccine ingredients and whether you would give them to your children in their food, for example.

      Interesting you were also curious about vaccine ingredients on March 16th.

      How many of you would buy baby food that has formaldehyde, aluminum and lead and feed that to your beautiful, healthy baby?

      And then on the same day @Chris took the time to basically explain to you what @Factotum reiterated today.

      The dose of aluminum salt in a vaccine of less than 1 mg is so small it can't be measured in blood or urine tests. It's microscopic in scope since we get so few vaccines compared to the aluminum we take in every day.  (Source: Post #128)

      You never responded to Chris’s explanation that disputed your claims. And then seven weeks later you are again raising the exact same claims.

      It’s almost as if you are just repeating the same talking points that your group tells you. And then completely ignoring evidence that disputes it. I don’t think Chris is ignoring your evidence: I was gobsmacked beyond belief when he said that he had read a 215 page FDA study from 50 years ago because you said it was evidence worth reading.