The immediate dangers of vaccines have been well documented but have you ever considered that there are secondary affects as well? New research suggests vaccines may play a role in the onset of childhood food allergies.The most common food allergens are peanut, soy, egg, tree nut, cow’s milk and wheat. Ingredients like peanut oil and egg protein are often added as adjuvants to vaccines. Food allergies are caused by an immune reaction to what’s been ingested. By using food in vaccines, we are promoting the likelihood that children will experience allergic reactions to food after vaccination.
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