I don't think you can make this claim since I'm not aware of any human baby/toddler toxicity studies with ethylmercury. What may be a toxic dose for a child may be completely safe for an adult.Originally Posted by kyuuei
But you can make this argument with car safety or melamine laced dog food from China. I don't understand all the anger directed toward her for wanting a safer product.If she wanted a higher quality product, why not go fucking make one herself? But no. She expects all those other people--you know the ones that spend endless hours in school learning this shit to do it for her at her will and command. Instead of, ya know, contributing.
This is a current scientific controversy. No one can say what role, if any, aluminum plays with Alzheimers.Aluminum is far too easy and convenient of an answer--and alzheimers has been going on long long before modern medicine and all of its aluminum. I'm not going to hound vaccine companies forever just because of this vague concept. They'd need far more evidence than that.
We do know that essential hypertension (hypertension that's not caused by some other disease) is caused by a high sodium to potassium ratio. There are many papers on this.Most hypertension has an unknown cause. It's well documented that diet and exercise HELP a TON with treating hypertension--it's basic scientific principles.
This was a three year study. They surveyed several thousand people and then divided them into the supplement group and the non-supplement group. After three years, they found that those people taking vitamins C & E had 70% less Alzheimers.Where in this study does it make sense to say, that alzheimer's was diagnosed, and then it immediately says "78% lower risk of the disease." Did they have the disease or not? Because if they did, and they cured it with vitamin C in 78% of the people, that shit would be all over the place.