I am not even going to put a photo of needles, I have a fobia myself. However, my fobia of needles is not why I wouldn't recommend getting a flu shot. 
      The Flu shot does not cover all strains of the flu. It is not guaranteed to protect against the current flu strains, and has more disadvantages than advantages;

   Vaccines contain hazardous chemicals such as mercury, polysorbate 80, aluminum, formaldehyde, and antibiotics, 
   The amount of mercury in a multi-dose flu shot is 250 times higher than what is legaly considered toxic waste. Mercury toxicity may cause depression, memory loss, attention deficit disorder, anger, oral cavity disorders, digestive disorder, anxiety, cardiovascular problems, respiratory issues, thyroid and other glandular imbalances, and actually lower the immune system.
   Polysorbate 80 is used as an emulsifier. This can seriously lower the immune system, and cause anaphylactic shock which can kill. It may cause reproductive problems and cancer.
   The antibiotics added to the vaccine actually lower the immune system as well and promote candida overgrowth. 
   Studies have shown that aluminum leads to Alzheimers Disease. "Some research suggests that people who received the flu vaccine each year for 3 to 5 years had 10 times greater chance of developing Alzheimer's disease than people who did not have any flu shots."

   Instead of getting this shot that has no guarantee of preventing the Flu, make sure to keep up a healthy immune system and stay active. 

   Get plenty of vitamin D! "The Sunshine Vitamin". In the winter months, we get less vitamin D. Also for those of us who do not drink milk or eat fish, we are not taking in regular amounts of vitamin D, so it is important to supplement or use natural sun beds, if you do not live somewhere that has access to the sun. 
(Vitamin D deficiency can cause many health problems. Read more on vitamin D; http://www.webmd.com/diet/vitamin-d-deficiency)

Learn more about the risks of the Flu shot: http://www.naturalnews.com/024624_flu_the_shot.html#ixzz2Hn7EE95Y

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