The aluminum in vaccines is not the same aluminum we inhale or ingest

“One thing that we don’t always mention is the increasing incidence of neurodegenerative diseases in adults. And some of the studies about the aluminum nanoparticle that are being introduced show that when you inject an aluminum nanoparticle, which again, is not the same aluminum that we inhale or we ingest. So, pediatricians who say, ‘Oh come on, the amount of aluminum that’s in vaccines is so small compared to what we are exposed to in our life,’ are not paying attention to the fact that the aluminum is in a nanoparticle form. It is bound tightly to vaccine bacteria and viruses, and it’s bound tightly to Polysorbate-80 and bound tightly to anything else that can bind to a nanoparticle and to an emulsifier like Polysorbate-80. These materials are not only getting into the brain, but the aluminum’s being found to stay inside the cells for years.”  — Larry Palevsky, MD, pediatrician

 

“Whenever you eat aluminum or you eat other toxins you’re open from your mouth—the digestive system is an open system. There should be an intact barrier protecting whatever we eat to go directly into the blood stream. Theoretically, you’re not absorbing much aluminum when you eat it. You excrete it in your stool. It’s still not good and I don’t recommend it, but ingesting is very different than injecting where you also have things like Polysorbate-80, things that actually open your blood-brain barrier. They open all these tight junctions and you’re getting them directly into your bloodstream, especially when you’re injecting.”  — Toni Bark, MD, pediatrician

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