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Jenny is a beauty but of course I wouldn't consider her a great mind. I wonder what she will say if someday the medical field says shampoos and cosmetics carry harmful substances....oh wait that's already happened considering all the crap she has probably absorbed through the years and I did see some photo shoots of her when she was pregnant... well anyway you get what I am saying. She wants to blame something but nothing that may lead back to herself.
Propylene glycol, better known as the antifreeze in your car, is also a common ingredient in shampoos and other personal care products for similar purposes--to keep the product from freezing during shipping and storage. It can irritate skin, causing allergic reactions, and alters skin structure allowing other harmful chemicals to more easily reach the bloodstream, reports Northwestern Health Sciences University. It breaks down protein and cell structures, and is so toxic that U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulations require workers handling this chemical to wear protective gloves, masks and goggles, according to the State of Connecticut Department of Children and Families. Carefully read shampoo labels and seek out natural shampoos that do not contain this harmful chemical.
DEA, MEA and TEA
The chemicals diethanolamine (DEA), momoethanolamine (MEA) and triethanolamine (TEA) are added to shampoos and other personal care products like bubble bath and facial cleansers to create the sensation of a rich foamy lather. These chemicals are often listed on labels as Cocomide DEA or Lauramide DEA. After repeated use, these chemicals are absorbed through the skin where they form cancer-causing nitrates and nitrosamines, according to both the Northwestern Health Sciences University and the State of Connecticut Department of Children and Families. Both of these groups recommend avoiding shampoos containing these chemicals. Read labels carefully, as most commercial shampoos contain DEA. Health food stores and medical supply outlets do carry DEA-free shampoos.
I am not saying her shampoo is to blame but what the hell there is just as much evidence for it as vaccines. Whatever we do lets not make a connection to how she previously abused drugs, including Ecstasy and Vicodin. Sure must be those vaccines.
For the past couple of decades rates of autism seem to have risen dramatically but now a US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has pin-pointed a sudden jump in cases since 1988 and suspects yet to be identified environmental triggers are a likely explanation
No, no one injects tuna, but plenty of pregnant women and children eat tuna and other fish, why can't the mercury in fish be a cause for autism?
The whole point about the vaccine debate for me comes down to what was the autism rate before 1989 when only 8 to 10 shots were required or given to babies and children before the age of 5... After 1989 the shots have increased to 48.. Seems pretty simple when you have parents saying their babies were fine until they got the shots. Someone will come along and say it is all about parents wanting to file a lawsuit or something (money) because their child's messed up and will need care for the rest of their lives. Instead of that line of thought maybe it is all about big farma pushing vaccinations (for money not health) on those who can not say "no" for themselves and now the parents are being brow beaten into a shot schedule that common sense to many says are to much to soon..