Polysorbate 80 in Vaccines – A Potentially Toxic Vaccine StabilizerArticle Dr. Lawrence Palevsky (Pediatrician)
Polysorbate 80 study (BRAIN TARGETING)
It was reported that nanoparticles with polysorbate 80 (Tween 80, T-80) coating represented tools used for delivering drugs to brain. Nevertheless, disputations were once aroused for some complications. Read study…
Food Additives Alter Gut Microbes, Cause Diseases in Mice NIH STUDY
Dietary emulsifiers are added to many processed foods to improve texture and extend shelf life. Chemically similar to detergents, they have been shown to alter the mucus barrier and the microbes associated with it.
- Common food additives called emulsifiers promoted colitis and metabolic syndrome in mice by altering gut microbes.
- The findings suggest that certain food additives might play a role in the increasing incidence of obesity and chronic inflammatory bowel disease.
- The digestive tract is home to 100 trillion bacteria. Collectively known as the gut microbiota, these bacteria help with metabolism and maintaining a healthy immune system. Changes in this microbial community can cause chronic diseases.
As far back as 1993, scientists were aware that polysorbate 80 causes infertility in mammals. Baby female rats were injected with the substance and experienced accelerated maturation, hormonal changes, decreased weight of the uterus and ovaries, and degenerative follicles. STUDY…
Polysorbate 80 is “linked to infertility in mice” and “severe ovary deformities.” The actual study in referred to in this case demonstrated reproductive impacts, but not infertility per se and it was only after injecting newborn mice with Polysorbate 80. Certainly concerning for vaccines containing Polysorbate 80.
Polysorbate 80 is “linked to anaphylactic shock in pregnant women.” This “study” was actually one pregnant woman who had a severe allergic reaction to a multivitamin administered via IV. Doctors identified Polysorbate 80 as the cause, but no other incidences of this type of reaction have been reported.