posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 07:58 AM
I don't get everyone here harping on the no autopsy. Did you not read the story?
"What attacked his brain happened so quickly within 15 hours," Webb said on Fox and Friends. "From one CT scan to the next, there was so much
pressure and swelling on the brain that it crushed his brain stem."
Looks to me to make sense that she would choose to have the brain checked instead.
The brain swelling in this case could be related to the flu shot, but it probably is caused by an inadequate supply of salt in the diet. If there is
not enough salt, there can be too much water in the body and brain, salt regulates this.
It is definitely a combination of things, not the shot alone. I had a severe reaction to the shot but did not die. It will be almost impossible to
prove that the shot alone killed this kid.
The flu shot does help to protect many people with an inferior immune system. I consider mine adequate as long as I eat the right foods that neither
build it too strong or cause it to fail. I actually have a few ideas of the ways that we may possibly be able to tell if you have natural immunity
to these, but have no way to research this subject. If these possibilities could be researched than the negative incidents would be less and people
who need the shots would know that they should get the shots. Those who do not need the flu vaccination wouldn't need to get it. The big problem
with this is age related deterioration of the immune system. When you get old, your resistance can be lowered if you are consuming foods that block
the immune system or lose the abilities to create certain enzymes or make certain amino acids or proper chemistry. Diet is related to immunity
strongly, cravings are also related. Food additives that attract us distort our cravings ability to help us.