While the protest movements for clean food and clean vaccines are rightly seen as separate movements, they have a lot more in common with each other than most people realize.
The post-World War II chemicalized, industrialized monoculture farming system is now seen as “conventional,” but there was a time when such farming techniques were shunned by the mainstream, and seen as unnecessary.
Similarly, vaccines contain several controversial and potentially dangerous additives that have not always been present, but now are commonplace, much to the frustration of parents and concerned citizens across the country.
Recently, a grassroots health advocacy organization, Moms Across America, tested for the presence of one potentially harmful chemical (normally found in food) in vaccines and came away with some surprising results.
According to a recent article from EcoWatch.com by Zen Honeycutt, MAA’s founder, five childhood vaccines were sent by the group to an independent lab earlier this year, and all five tested positive for glyphosate — with the tested MMR (triple dose) vaccine showing levels 25 times higher than other vaccines.
Its presence in some vaccines is especially unwelcome considering that these vaccines and their chemical constituents are injected into children’s bodies.
The vaccines tested by Moms Across America and shown to contain glyphosate were the following:
- DTAp Adacel (Sanofi Pasteur) vaccine, which had .123 parts per billion of glyphosate
- Influenza Fluvirin (Novaris), which came in at .331 ppb of glyphosate
- HepB Energix-B (Glaxo Smith Kiline, at .325 ppb of glyphosate
- Pneumonoccal Vax Polyvalent Pneumovax 23 (Merk), which had .107 ppb of glyphosate
- MMR II (Merck) vaccine, at 2.671 ppb of glyphosate.
The group sent a letter to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, CDC, EPA, National Institutes of Health, California Department of Health and Sen. Barbara Boxer asking each to provide further testing of vaccines for this harmful chemical, to recall vaccines that are contaminated and to revoke the license for glyphosate in order to prevent contamination from happening further.
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