Antiperspirants: Cause of Breast Cancer?

Recent decades have brought enormous increases in breast cancer. Rather than look for a reason, most research has centered on finding treatments, though with little effect on outcomes. Philippa Darbre, though, has dedicated her efforts to finding if aluminum, a known human toxin that’s the basis for antiperspirants, could be the culprit.

Sculpture of Woman

Sculpture of Woman, photo by Doug Wheller

by Heidi Stevenson

We live in the Age of Aluminum, a time that brings great convenience, but at the expense of enormous health damage. A likely case in point is the massive upsurge in breast cancer and fibrocystic disease, a condition of cyst formation in the breasts. Aluminum of the periodic table is the most likely cause of both these conditions.

Keele Conference participant Philippa Darbre has dedicated herself to researching this epidemic. She states:

Mortality results from breast tumour growth at metastatic sites rather than in the breast itself. (more…)

Vaccines’ Alum Adjuvant Path to Brain Found: Study

Newly published research by Keele Conference scientists shows that aluminum adjuvant in vaccines transfers to the brain. They have documented the path from injection site to the brain, and that once in the brain, it persists. Newborns, the elderly, and people with a certain genetic variation are particularly at risk.

Aluminum Eye with Skull and Crossbones in Pupil

OK Aluminum Eye by Audrey (cropped), Skull & Crossbones Added

by Heidi Stevenson

A new study adds a major link in the association of aluminum adjuvants in vaccines with neurological disorders. It demonstrates the pathway along which aluminum in vaccine adjuvants is transferred from the injection site to the brain, where it persists indefinitely. They have also identified a likely carrier and a means by which the process occurs.

The study is exhaustive, eliminating a wide array of options that might mitigate against their findings. They also focused on two groups to determine if their findings indicate that they’re at particular risk. They include newborns and people with a certain genetic variant. On top of that, the elderly may be at significantly higher risk for aluminum adjuvant-induced neurotoxic harm. (more…)

Failing Our Weakest Newborns: Poisoning with Aluminum

In this first report from the Keele Conference on the biological effects of aluminum, we learn that the weakest among us, premature newborns and sickly elderly, are being poisoned with aluminum through their nutrition. The FDA’s aluminum limits are routinely ignored, while this problem, known for 30 years, continues unabated.

Premature Baby's Grip on Dad's Finger, by J.D. Thyme

Premature Baby’s Grip on Parent’s Finger, by J.D. Thyme (cropped)

by Heidi Stevenson

The weakest newborns are fed parenterally. That is, they receive nutrition intravenously because they’re unable to eat. In spite of FDA guidelines, these most helpless of infants are receiving massive doses of aluminum, a toxic metal with no place in human metabolism. Research demonstrates that these guidelines are universally flouted to a shocking degree, leaving the weakest among us to live with a highly toxic burden of aluminum.

Denise Bohrer is a leading researcher on this topic, who presented at the 2013 Annual Keele Meeting on Aluminium, the world’s most significant source of information on aluminum’s biological effects. Her research focuses on the severity of this problem in parenterally-fed infants and adults, usually elderly, along with the sources of contamination. This article focuses on the work that she and her team are doing. (more…)

10 Reasons Why Store Deodorant STINKS!

If you are eating a wholesome, healthy diet and are still using underarm deodorant from the store, it’s time to wake up and smell the roses.

Store deodorant is loaded with chemicals and toxins that easily penetrate the skin, getting into the blood supply.

It’s even worse if these products are applied soon after shaving.  Tiny nicks in the skin provide an even easier route for chemicals to penetrate the skin barrier directly into the bloodstream.

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Alzheimer’s and Autism: The Common Link

What do grandchildren have in common with their grandparents? Turns out, more than you would think.

When things go wrong in the brains of both the very old and the very young, the cause is often the same. In children, the result is frequently autism. In seniors, it’s Alzheimer’s.

Both conditions take a huge toll on society. Alzheimer’s is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. Autism rates are on the rise, with one out of 88 children suffering from the condition.

A Common Connection (more…)

Aluminum in Vaccines Is an Autism Trigger: New Study

Autism is a perfect storm of genetics triggered by vaccine toxins. However, blaming the genes is like blaming a dry field for causing a fire. In autism, the spark that triggers the conflagration is usually aluminum in vaccines.

Crime Scene with syringes and US flagby Heidi Stevenson

The debates about autism’s cause may be coming to an end. A new study cleverly uses statistical analyses on the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) database. It leaves little doubt that the primary issue is aluminum adjuvants in vaccines, with effects of acetaminophen (known as paracetamol in Europe), vaccine mercury, live attenuated vaccine microbes, and genetic susceptibility as linked factors.

Autism is a perfect storm of genetics triggered by vaccine toxins. (more…)

Nervous-System Damage From the Sky

Chemtrails rain aluminum nanoparticles on man, beast, and land. “Chemtrails” is a spin-off from “contrails,” which are the condensation trails sometimes left behind flying aircraft. Some believe these contrails are chemical trails being deliberately sprayed from aircrafts for unknown reasons.

There is current concern in the United States about the increasing number of neurodegenerative patients. Since 2000, the number of Alzheimer’s patients has increased from 4.5 million to 5.4 million in 2012. One in eight people 65 or older have Alzheimer’s. A yearly increase seems inevitable because of the aging population, but environmental factors also play a role. (more…)