Mercury and formaldehyde are two toxic chemicals that draw a furrow to our brow. When you think of these two chemicals, do you think vaccine? Well you should. Mercury and formaldehyde are just two of the many harsh chemicals in some of our vaccines today.
In Vaccine-nation, Andreas Moritz takes us on a controversial ride through cause and effect. Mr. Moritz gives inside facts to what pharmaceutical companies do not want us to know: that vaccines harm more then they cure. Did you know that 120% more Asthma, 317% more ADHD, 185% more Neurologic disorders, and 146% more Autism occur in children that are vaccinated? People vaccinated are more likely to contract the disease they are being inoculated against than those who have not been vaccinated.
Mr. Moritz backs his research with thorough scientific facts and research, furthermore hoping to prove to the nation that vaccines are not the answer. Vaccines can destroy your immunity system and increase your sensitivity to allergens making you more susceptible to an increased allergic reaction. Each shot administered by a doctor or medical professional has the potential of eradicating your immunity to other potentially life threatening diseases, overtime wearing on your body leaving you open for infection or contraction.
Most people do not think about what is entering their bloodstream before an inoculation, but this book may have you second guessing. Vaccine-nation is over flowing with facts and science while gently bringing a sense of humanity into the words. You can tell the Mr. Moritz means to get the facts out, but thoroughly cares about the well being of the nation. He urges you to think about your body before letting someone inject something potentially harmful into your body. Vaccine-nation puts the facts in your face and leaves the decision to you. So I ask, the next time cold and flu season is near, will you be getting in line for a flu shot? I know I won’t be.
Jenna lives in the bustling city of Pittsburgh, PA with her fiance and her two beautiful cats. Along with her passion for reading and the literary world, she is also an artist, writer, environmental activist, creative coordinator and aspiring culinary genius. She believes there is nothing better to her then a good book, and lives one cover to the next.
Review copy was provided free of any obligation by Andreas Moritz. No monetary or any other form of compensation was received.