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Old 02-26-2007, 03:29 AM - Thread Starter
 
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My inlaws only cook with aluminum two times a year (their big turkey roasting pan), because "aluminum is poisonous but it's ok just 2 times a year"...

So I had the thought, if it ever came up, that I'd like to be able to tell them (or anyone really) something like, "one vaccine equals injecting the amount of aluminum that cooking everyday with aluminum cookware would for a year, and there are 20 vaccines...." Anyone have a clue how to roughly guesstimate how much aluminum you get with aluminum pots and pan, and how much is in each vaccine?

Or would just pulling the #'s out of my butt and say our doctor said so work

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We were just discussing aluminum cans the other day. Here's what Blessed posted the other day just in case anyone puts some ridiculous provax reference to the amount of harmless aluminum and formaldehyde we ingest every day:


I also wanted to comment on the discussions comparing aluminum exposure from oral intake (cans, antacids...) with that from injection.

These two routes of administration cannot be compared head to head on ANY substrate, as bioavailablity and effects are completely different. Otherwise why would we need IV and IM medications? We'd just give pills for everything, no?

The number of substances which are harmless when taken enterically (through your GI tract) but harmful when taken via injection are legion. Starting with air, for one.
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Also in that thread from mamakay:

And here's the aluminum meeting that they had a few weeks before the simpsonwood thimerosal one.....

[Meeting on aluminum in vaccines]
http://www.autismhelpforyou.com/alum...1%20of%202.pdf

Read the whole thing...but notice on page 198....

They say when you do the math, until kids are one year old, they get more aluminum from vaccines than they do from things like food and even formula....

So the whole "It's just a teeeeeny tiny amount" argument is incorrect. It's a total load of shit.
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And here's the aluminum meeting that they had a few weeks before the simpsonwood thimerosal one.....

http://www.autismhelpforyou.com/alum...1%20of%202.pdf
shoot, that link isn't working
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Thanks!
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That was the FDA link to pots/pans, this is the link you need for the meeting on aluminum in vaccines: http://www.autismhelpforyou.com/alum...1%20of%202.pdf
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I did find that one....had to search through the site though. Thanks again!
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