Though the flu season rages on, I’m not a fan of flu shots. I don’t get them and rarely recommend them to anyone (with the possible exception of the very elderly or frail). The effectiveness of flu shots on otherwise healthy people is questionable, their ingredients include plenty of toxins, and the flu viruses in the shots aim to protect against mutate so quickly that the strain you were vaccinated against probably won’t be the one that makes you sick. Flu vaccines are, at best, hit or miss, and certainly not the cure all they’re made out to be.
With cold and flu season just around the corner, it’s more important than ever to support your body in staying healthy! While it’s become more and more popular in the last decade to rely on vaccines as the main armor to protect us from the dreaded flu, there are a number of problems with this practice that are rarely discussed. First, and perhaps most relevant is the fact that the effectiveness of flu shots has yet to be proven. In fact, many studies show that getting vaccinated has no impact on the likelihood of catching the flu for babies, adults, or the elderly.
Flu season is upon us, and we’re already seeing many suffer. The good news is you don’t have to be one of them if you start boosting immunity now. Here are 10 simple ways to prep your body so it’s strong enough to repel viral invaders all winter long:
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Here is a hilarious video from Canada on the topic of the flu shot:
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Dr. Tenpenny speaks on the topic of not taking the swine flu vaccine.
Covers the following topics: what is in the regular flu shot, do flu shots work, what about the new swine flu vaccine and what can you do.
Trying to remain a calm source of guidance to my patients has been a daunting task when we are faced with unknowns and misinformation.
Summer is over and the question I am being asked most frequently in my practice is, "what do I do about Swine flu?" Should you get vaccinated and the short answer is no!