Know Before You Go: Vaccination Resources

The debate over vaccinations can be sensitive. Nutrition 16:24 believes in the power to make your own informed decision. However, increasing regulations are being made by lawmakers which ultimately makes it difficult to decide for yourself if vaccinations are right for you and your family. Please see the resources below to continue your own research on the pros and cons of vaccinations.

Children’s Health Reference Books

  • “Digestive Wellness For Children: How to Strengthen the Immune System and Prevent Disease Through Healthy Digestion” by Elizabeth Lipski, PH.D.
  • “Beyond Antibiotics: 50 (or so) Ways to Boost Immunity and Avoid Antibiotics” by Michael Schmidt, Lendon H. Smith, Keith W. Sehnert

Vaccination Reference Books

  • “What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Children’s Vaccinations” by Stephanie Cave, M.D.
  • “What About Immunizations? Exposing the Vaccine Philosophy” by Cynthia Cournoyer
  • “A Shot In The Dark” by Harris L. Coulter and Barbara Loe Fisher

Vaccination Websites

Vaccines and National News

Vaccine Ingredients

In the current National Vaccine Schedule, in the first 6 years of life your child receives the following vaccine ingredients:

(From the book, “What The Pharmaceutical Companies Don’t Want You to Know About Vaccines” by Dr. Todd M. Elsner

  • 17,500 mcg 2-phenoxyethanol (Insecticide)
  • 5,700 mcg aluminum (a known neurotoxin)
  • Unknown amounts of fetal bovine serum (aborted calf’s blood)
  • 801.6 mcg formaldehyde (carcinogen, embalming agent)
  • 23,250 mcg gelatin (ground up animal carcasses)
  • 500 mcg human albumin (human blood)
  • 760 mcg of monosodium L-glutamate (causes obesity and diabetes)
  • Unknown amounts of MRC-5 cells (aborted human babies)
  • Over 10 mcg neomycin (antibiotic)
  • Over 0.075 mcg polymyxin B (antibiotic)
  • Over 560 mcg polysorbate 80 (carcinogen)
  • 116 mcg potassium chloride (used in lethal injection to shut down the heart and stop breathing)
  • 188 mcg potassium phosphate (liquid fertilizer agent)
  • 260 mcg sodium bicarbonate (baking soda)
  • 70 mcg sodium borate (Borax, used for cockroach control-infertility in male primates)
  • 54,100 mcg of sodium chloride (table salt)
  • Unknown amounts of sodium citrate (food additive)
  • Unknown amounts of sodium hydroxide (Danger, corrosive)
  • 2,800 mcg sodium phosphate (toxic to any organism)
  • Unknown amounts of sodium phosphate monobasic monohydrate (toxic to any organism)
  • 32,000 mcg sorbitol (Not to be injected)
  • 0.6 mcg streptomycin (antibiotic)
  • Over 40,000 mcg sucrose (cane sugar)
  • 35,000 mcg yeast protein (fungus)
  • 5,000 mcg urea (metabolic waste from human urine)
  • Other chemical residuals

For more resources, check out: http://www.LearnTheRisk.org

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