Small Steps, Sensible Choices, Superior Health.
You'll have to decide if getting a Swine flu shot is a healthy choice long before you get any swine flu symptoms.
A Swine flu vaccine may not be the answer. Looking back to the 1918 epidemic might just change your thoughts about getting the Swine flu vaccine.
Most people, especially our government, are hoping a swine flu shot will prevent a
swine flu epidemic,
However, as Dr. Pedersen explains, the influenza virus is just not that
Preparing the swine flu vaccine takes months.
So the virus could have mutated into a very different strain by the time the vaccine is released.
Dr. Pedersen brings up these other points about the swine flu shot:
Despite opposition, the bird flu vaccination was given Are we repeating history by creating the perfect viral storm?
The Tamiflu drug can work against influenza but:
People are not able to differentiate between the Swine Flu and the "normal" flu because the symptoms are so similar.
The swine flu must be sampled and sent to the CDC for chemical evaluation to determine if it is truly the Swine Flu.
This process alone takes about two days. By that time, you have missed your 48 hour window of opportunity for the Tamiflu drug.
If the swine flu shot and/or swine flu vaccine doesn't appeal to you because of the significant risks, don't panic! There are other options that are completely safe.
Dr. Gordon Pedersen has a Ph.D. from the Toxicology Program at Utah University. He has a Master's degree in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Wellness.
He serves as the director of the Institue of Alternative Medicine and was nominated to chair the United States Pharmacopoeia Review Board Natural Products Committee
He is considered an International Authority on bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold and is a renowned global expert in the area of “Super Bugs”.
No matter what you decide about the swine flu shot, Dr. Pedersen suggests these safe, simple healthy choice ideas to help you in your fight against the H1N1 swine flu influenza.