Mineral Water Found to Reduce the Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease and Vaccine Injury is Boycotted by Supermarkets
Christina England, BA Hons
This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2016
Major supermarkets are deceiving us in one of the worst ways possible - by deliberately boycotting products that can reverse the damage caused by continuous exposure to toxic aluminum.
As many of us are aware, the human body is being bombarded with aluminum in everyday products. Many of our foods, vaccinations, medications, baby products, cosmetics, cleaning products and even soft furnishings contain aluminum and it appears that we are powerless to prevent the ever-increasing onslaught.
Despite the fact that aluminum is known to be a toxic substance and, according to the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, a potential health hazard, aluminum has been named as the second most used metal in the world after steel, largely due to its versatility.
However, despite its many uses, aluminum has become one of most negatively talked about products used today and over recent years, scientists have linked its use to cancer, autism, Alzheimer’s disease and chemical burns.
The Age of AluminumProfessor Christopher Exley, a scientist from Keele University in Staffordshire, has been studying the effects of aluminum for many years. In his latest video on the subject, he stated that:
“One of the things that I write about is that we live in the Aluminum Age today. The Aluminum Age, like when I went to school, we learned about the Iron Age, the Bronze Age and the Copper Age, well, today, is clearly the Aluminum Age.
The result of living in the Aluminum Age, is that there is aluminum throughout our body and in every cell of our body, and that aluminum has almost invariably come from the activities of man, from us mining aluminum which only began in earnest 120 years ago and using it in so many different ways that we cannot even begin to imagine. So we then have the situation, whereby, what if, after having used aluminum in so many ways and exposed ourselves to aluminum in so many ways, we then find, absolute evidence, that aluminum is toxic to humans?” (own emphasis)
His words are very scary, as I am sure you will agree. However, in reality, this is exactly the situation that we as humans find ourselves in today.
According to the US federal public health agency Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry, this toxic substance is used freely in a wide range of products, including aspirin, food additives, antiperspirant, baking powder and cosmetics and these and many more can be found listed on the many charts displayed on their website.
However, two of the charts in particular really stand out; these charts describe the many serious health effects that aluminum can have on the human body.
Source: ATSDR Public Health Statement: Aluminum
As you can see, aluminum is far from safe and yet this toxic substance is being used in everyday products on a regular basis and therefore slowly destroying our health.
Although the Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry did reluctantly admit that vaccinations may contain aluminum:
“Vaccines may contain small amounts of aluminum compounds, no greater than 0.85 mg/dose.”
In reality a large number of our vaccinations are known to contain aluminum; see the CDC PDF titled Vaccine ingredients sorted by vaccine, for details.
Despite this fact, I can find no government-supported evidence stating whether or not vaccinating a child with several vaccinations containing aluminum can have a cumulative effect.
Number of Vaccinations Containing Aluminum is on the Rise
Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic, a scientist working at the University of British Columbia, Canada, believes that the level of aluminum children receive in their diet and childhood vaccinations is far in excess of the safe levels recommended.
In a paper that she wrote in 2010, titled Aluminum and Alzheimer's Disease: After a Century of Controversy, Is there a Plausible Link?, she explained that the blood brain barrier (BBB) in young children is immature, making them more susceptible to toxic substances. She stated that:
“According to the latest vaccination schedule, every child in the USA will receive a total of 5–6 mg of Al by the age of 2 years, or up to 1.475 mg of Al during a single visit to the pediatrician (Table 6). This is contrary to the upper limit of 5µg Al/kg/day set by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for premature neonates and individuals with impaired kidney function. Healthy neonates may be able to handle more Al, however, there are no such studies available upon which we could safely estimate acceptable upper levels of Al from parenteral or injectable sources in healthy children. In that respect, it is worth noting that the FDA document states that Al accumulation at levels associated with central nervous system and bone toxicity may occur at even lower rates of exposure.”
Reading through her detailed vaccination schedules, you will see that the amount of aluminum a small baby can receive in just one visit to the doctor's office is of great concern.
According to her vaccination charts, a child aged two months is scheduled to receive the following vaccinations:
· Hepatitis BRotavirus
· DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus)
· Hib (haemophilus influenzae type b)
· PCV (pneumococcal conjugate vaccine)
· IPV (polio vaccination)
Using the figures supplied by Dr. Tomljenovic in her paper, in just one visit, an eight-week old baby could receive vaccinations containing a cumulative sum of 1.225 – 1.475 mg of aluminum, an amount well in excess of the FDA's recommendations.
This of particular concern because on August 12, 2016, Professor Exley, published his latest paper titled, Insight into the cellular fate and toxicity of aluminium adjuvants used in clinically approved human vaccinations.
In a press release discussing this paper it stated:
“In a project funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC) and the Dwoskin Foundation, the group at Keele investigated the relationship between the physicochemical properties of aluminium adjuvants and the immune response. Specifically, they show that the reaction of the aluminium adjuvant at the injection site will determine its subsequent fate and therefore its activity both at the injection site and away from the injection site.
One form of aluminium adjuvant which is used in clinically-approved vaccines is an aluminium hydroxyphosphate salt and is more toxic at the injection site than the second form of aluminium adjuvant commonly used in clinically-approved vaccines which is an aluminium oxyhydroxide salt. However, the latter is more easily loaded into immune reactive cells with the possibility to be transported throughout the body. It is suggested by the Keele research that this loading of aluminium into viable cells offers a mechanism whereby significant amounts of aluminium, a known neurotoxin, might be translocated throughout the body and even across the blood brain barrier and into the central nervous system.
Professor Exley adds that there are no clinically-approved aluminium adjuvants only clinically approved vaccines which use aluminium adjuvants. This makes it imperative that all vaccine trials which use aluminium salts as adjuvants must not use the aluminium adjuvant as the control or placebo. This has been common practice for many years and has resulted in many vaccine-related adverse events due in part or in entirety to aluminium adjuvants being unaccounted for in vaccine safety trials.”
What is the Answer?In his video, Professor Exley describes the case of a 59-year old woman who has died from a mysterious neurological brain disorder, which he and a colleague from Oxford University were asked to investigate.
After investigating her case, they discovered that the woman had been suffering from an extremely rare form of Alzheimer's disease, which they say is only usually seen in people in their very late 80s and 90s. Shocked by what they had discovered, they decided to measure the aluminum content in her brain tissue and found it to be extraordinarily high. Professor Exley stated:
“Indeed, when this case of this particular person went to a coroner’s investigation at a coroner’s court, the verdict of the coroner in 2013 was that it was inevitable that aluminum contributed to the death of this woman.”
Professor Exley explained that he and his team were the first to identify a relationship between the element silicon and aluminum. He discovered that silicon protected the body against the toxicity of aluminum and that by drinking a silicon-rich mineral water, the aluminum is removed from the human body through the excretion of urine. He stated:
We have been able to test this, in clinical trials lasting up to about 12 weeks in both healthy volunteers and people with Alzheimer’s disease and in both cases, we have been able to show that over a 12-week period, aluminum is removed from the body such as what we call their body burden of aluminum is reduced over this period of time.”
In his paper on the subject, titled. Silicon-Rich Mineral Water as a Non-Invasive Test of the Aluminum Hypothesis in ‘Alzheimer’s Disease. He stated:
“However, the group of individuals diagnosed with AD showed a statistically significant reduction in their body burden of Al between Wks 1 and 12 and, concomitantly, evidence that for 8 out of 15 individuals their cognitive function was either unchanged or improved during this same period. Longer term studies are now required to show that any reductions in the body burden of Al can be further improved and sustained and that any cognitive benefits are similarly long-lived.”
Professor Exley has not only discovered that drinking a silicon-rich mineral water can aid in the recovery of Alzheimer’s disease but he has also discovered that silicon-rich mineral water can help in some cases to reverse vaccine damage.
Parents State Vaccine-Injured Daughters are Improving Another vaccine known to contain the adjuvant aluminum is the human papillomavirus vaccination (HPV). In 2011, Professor Exley spoke to professionals at a conference on vaccination safety, where once again he mentioned his work on aluminum and mineral water.
At approximately 47 minutes 45 seconds in the video, he stated:
“Like many of you, I am contacted on a regular basis by people who have been adversely affected, sometimes by vaccination and other aluminium-related issues. I have been contacted by parents of girls who have taken the human papillomavirus vaccination and they have said, is there anything we can do, has it got anything to do with aluminium? I don't tell them it's got anything to do with aluminium, that is not my role, I am not a doctor. I would simply tell them look, if there is anything to do with aluminium, try taking a silicon-rich mineral water, I tell them which one. I am increasingly getting emails back six months, a year later, telling me their daughter is better. I am not making this up. Their daughter is better; I say well, it might have had something to do with that, it might be something else that you are doing, but that’s great news. So, anecdotally, at least we're getting good results here; we need, of course, to get proper scientific data as well for people potentially getting better, simply by drinking a silicon-rich mineral water. “ (words taken from the video)
If Professor Exley is correct, then this could mean that something as simple as drinking silicon-rich mineral water may have the potential to help many other vaccine injured children including those children with autism.
Readers will find more of Professor Christopher Exley’s studies and papers listed on the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI) website.
What is Silicon and Where Does It Come from?One of the silicon-rich mineral waters that Professor Exley has identified in his video is Spritzer.
Interested to learn more about silicon and its possible health benefits, I emailed Spritzer.
I was very fortunate to receive a reply from the Executive Director of Spritzer Bhd, Dr. Chuah Chaw Teo,
who explained that:
“Silicon is the second most abundant element in the earth’s crust and it exists with oxygen and aluminium, the third most abundant element is hydroxyaluminosilicates where the silicon acts as a binding agent to the aluminium to negate the toxicity of the aluminium cation from living organism.
The only form of silicon that is useful to the body is the water soluble form known as silicic acid, Si(OH)4.”
I continued by asking Dr. Chuah, where does silicon come from?
He told us that:
“Silicon is present in several foods such as rice husk, the outer skin of grains, for example, oat bran and barley, vegetables, such as green beans, spinach and cucumber and in legumes, such as lentils and soya.
However, for the silicon to become available, these foods need to be hydrolysed by the stomach’s acid into the monomeric form of silicic acid which your body can absorb.”
Seeing that much of Dr. Exley’s work has been referred to by the Spritzer website, I asked Dr. Chuah what he felt about Dr. Exley’s findings. He said:
“Professor Chris Exley’s findings on the importance of drinking a silicon-rich natural mineral water, such as Spritzer, to reduce the body burden of the neurotoxin, aluminium is indeed a brilliant scientific breakthrough that should be strongly embraced by the authority and the public.
The people have all to benefit if this theory is one day proven to be true. There is nothing to lose but all to gain. After all, every one of us needs to consume at least 1 to 1.5 litre of good quality water for our daily hydration needs. What a better way to get that than from Spritzer- the clinically proven silicon rich natural mineral water that comes to you from a natural aquifer 420 feet deep covered with 330 acres (266 soccer fields) of pristine and unspoilt surroundings of natural tropical rainforest, away from all pollution, hence providing complete protection to the integrity, quality and safety of its natural mineral water. From source to bottle, Spritzer is untouched by human hands. Recent findings of a unique rock structure in the facility dated the land to be in existence for about 200 to 214 million years.”
You cannot argue with that!
Since Exley’s Studies UK Supermarkets Have Boycotted Silicon-Rich Mineral WaterAlthough there are three silicon rich mineral waters available, Spritzer, Volvic and Fiji, it has become increasingly difficult to purchase these from UK’s major supermarkets. This is because Fiji is a brand that is only sold in the US, Spritzer is a brand that is no longer available in any UK supermarket and Volvic, which was once relatively easy to purchase, has recently become less easy, since many of the leading supermarkets such as Tesco and Morrisons are only opting to sell fruit flavored Volvic.
Reading the ingredients of just one of the fruit flavors listed on the Tesco website, it is easy to see why.
As you can see, fruit-flavored Volvic does not include silicon but does include a high sugar content and a wide range of preservatives and additives.
“Ingredients: Volvic Natural Mineral Water (94%), Sugar (4.5%), Acid (Citric Acid), Natural Summerfruit (Raspberry, Strawberry, Blackcurrant) Flavouring with other Natural Flavourings, Preservative (Potassium Benzoate)”
However, when it comes to non-fruit flavored Volvic, Tesco state clearly state on their website that this product is currently not available.
Equally Morrisons stated exactly the same on their website.
As did Asda.
Interested to understand why, I contacted Tesco using a contact form. They replied by email stating:
“Thank you for your email.
I’m sorry I cannot comment on you query from our office, as we respond to customer queries and requests.
However, if you could please call our Press Office on 01992 644645, they will be happy to help further.
Thank you once again for contacting us.
Tesco Customer Service
Tesco Customer Engagement Centre”
I then contacted the Press Office who failed to answer their phone.
Getting frustrated, I contacted Tesco’s main switchboard, who in turn put us through to the buyer of soft drinks, Emily Mace. She also did not answer her phone, so I left her a message.
However, so far she has failed to return my call.
Sadly, Tesco’s total lack of interest leads me to come to the conclusion that Tesco would prefer to offer their consumers unhealthy, sugary soft drinks over healthier options.
Professor Exley Banned from Advertising VolvicAmazingly, Professor Exley has been prevented from advertising the fact that Volvic is a silicon-rich mineral water that can help reduce the body burden of aluminum. In a lecture that Professor Exley gave at the Vaccine Safety Conference in 2011, he stated:
“I am going to break all protocol and tell you that the one water that works incredibly well, was a water called Volvic in the United Kingdom, made by a French company called Danone. But I can’t tell you this now because since Danone went into an agreement with us to work in this area, they then told me that they no longer want to work with us. They no longer want to be associated with the possibility that the removal of aluminum might be an important thing.”