E. coli is dangerous in lettuce, but safe to inject into children? CDC misses big on this one.
After 43 people get sick E. coli in romaine lettuce and everyone freaks out, including the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC), which recalled all romaine lettuce from California. At the same time, the CDC pushes vaccines for children, some of which include… E. coli.
The CDC is advising that U.S. consumers not to eat and retailers and restaurants not to serve or sell any romaine lettuce harvested from the growing regions of northern and central California.
“If you do not know where the romaine lettuce is from, do not eat it,” states the CDC.
During this current outbreak, 43 people across 12 states have been reported illness, according to ABC News. Sixteen were hospitalized, including one person, who developed kidney failure from the hemolytic uremic syndrome. There are also reports that infections from this same E. coli outbreak have reached Canada, according to the CDC.
The bacteria on the lettuce is E. coli, which is similar to a strain connected to an outbreak in the U.S. this past May, according to the CDC. E. coli bacteria produces Shiga toxin, which can be deadly to humans.
Although it can be deadly and could pose a threat to the human health, romaine lettuce is ingested, so it has a high chance of being removed by the bodies detox pathways.
However, E. coli is also a vaccine ingredient. Anything injected into the body is ever more dangerous than anything eaten (like lettuce). Why? Because injected materials bypass all the body’s detox pathway, which makes it extremely more potent.
So why all the hysteria about romaine lettuce and then NOTHING about vaccines?!! Could it because the CDC owns vaccines patents?
The CDC wants you to be scared of E. coli in romaine lettuce, but when it comes to vaccines, they want you to inject E. coli straight into your body…but the choice is yours.
Research, don’t regret. More information on vaccine ingredients here.