Yeast found in vaccines shown to trigger autoimmune disorders

Yeast found in vaccines shown to trigger autoimmune disorders
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(NaturalHealth365) For a long time, vaccines were loaded with a type of mercury called thimerosal.  Research – including data shared by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences – shows this neurotoxin is harmful even at levels generally considered ‘safe’ by conventional medical standards and can lead to (among other things) autoimmune disorders.  But, not much press has been devoted to the problem of yeast in vaccines.

Today, thimerosal has been largely removed from vaccines (but, not completely) – a change initiated by the American Academy of Pediatrics back in the late 1990s (although the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention claims this was merely a “precautionary measure” and continues to deny any evidence showing thimerosal is harmful).  And, while those of us concerned about vaccines can see this as a small win (at best), there are still other compounds in vaccines which trigger serious health problems – including yeast.

Rates of autoimmune disorders like type 1 diabetes are rising fast – and the evidence linking yeast to these health problems is being suppressed

Autoimmune diseases (which total over 100 different forms) include: rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, type 1 diabetes, lupus and multiple sclerosis.  In effect, these conditions occur when a person’s own immune system goes haywire and starts mistakenly attacking its own tissues.  And, as we all know, these conditions can be seriously debilitating and in many cases life-threatening.

Sadly, the prevalence of autoimmune disorders is going up.  Just consider this shocking statistic from the American Diabetes Association: between 2001 and 2009, the number of people diagnosed with type 1 diabetes rose by nearly 25%.

You read that right almost a quarter increase in less than a decade.

What is driving this rising prevalence? Such a rapidly increasing rate simply can’t be attributed to genes – environmental factors must be at play.

And one environmental factor that’s not being talked about – nearly enough – is inside childhood vaccines.  We’re specifically talking about a type of yeast called S. cerevisiae.

Should we ‘stimulate’ the immune system with yeast?

When you think of yeast, you probably think of your grandma’s homemade bread rising on the counter – not an increased risk for multiple sclerosis or type 1 diabetes!

Here’s why the latter is possible:

A type of yeast called S. cerevisiae is added to vaccines as an adjuvant – something that purposely irritates (or ‘stimulates’) the immune system in order to trigger the development of antibodies against diseases which vaccines allegedly protect against.

S. cerevisiae contains a compound called mannan. Mannan also happens to be found in the cell walls, connective tissues, blood plasma, and digestive tract secretions of humans and other mammals.

Can you see the problem here?

When yeast enters the human body as part of a vaccine (with the direct intent to create a localized immune system reaction), and this yeast contains a compound that is also found naturally in the human body, then the immune system is at risk for creating antibodies against this compound, thereby setting the stage to attack its own tissues and induce autoimmune dysfunction.

Certainly, more research needs to be done to clarify the link between yeast in vaccines and autoimmune disorders. But there’s already evidence showing genetic similarities between S. cerevisiae‘s mannan and antigens proven to trigger rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatic heart disease, lupus, and multiple sclerosis.

Worth noting again, the rates of these disorders are rising fast.  Sadly, it’s not nearly out of the realm of possibility to associate this public health crisis with the rapidly expanding childhood vaccine schedule.

How can anyone (in their ‘right mind’) think that injecting toxins into the human body is a “healthy” strategy?  And, as always, we encourage our friends at NaturalHealth365 to do your own research and (always) make informed healthcare decisions.

What you put into your body should always be your choice.

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