How often do we look at the size of prescription medication and mentally reduce the potential dangers based on its size? How often do we look at unhealthy processed foods and justify their consumption based on ingesting small amounts? We have created a false sense of security based on the QUANTITY and SIZE of “things.” This is a critical point because it relates to dangerous practices in life.
At what point does a “small” quantity of unhealthy foods or unhealthy habits create DISEASE? The answer is unknown.
At what point does a “small” amount of exposure to multiple environmental carcinogens (cancer causing agents) cause health to deteriorate? The answer is unknown.
The medical field seems to flip flop when questions like this are posed. Here is my PROOF.
They claim that the QUANTITY of Formaldehyde, Aluminum and Thimerosol (chemicals and heavy metals) found in medical treatments are safe because the QUANTITY falls below dangerous limits. This answer relies on the belief that ALL BODIES RESPOND THE SAME TO ALL SUBSTANCES. Here is my question based on this belief. How many peanuts is it safe to eat in one sitting? For the average person, multiple servings can be consumed without any complications. What about the person with the peanut sensitivity? Can 1 peanut potentially lead to DEATH? The answer is YES.
It is important to understand that each person can respond differently to different substances in different quantities. Why do you think there are so many different side effects listed on the various pharmaceutical products? One person didn’t experience all those side effects. Different people had different negative side effects and reported them.
Heavy metals and formaldehyde are substances unhealthy to the body. ALL DOCTORS AGREE that the body must process these substances and ultimately excrete them from the body because accumulation would eventually pose a serious health danger including death. Just like the peanut, why doesn’t the medical field recognize that individuals can have this same type of sensitivity causing adverse reactions to these heavy metals and chemicals? Are they going to hold on to the fact that the quantities are small? Isn’t the 1 peanut a small quantity?
In today’s world, we must turn to multiple sources (including independent sources without “skin in the game.”) to learn the truth. EVERY pharmaceutical agent DOES produce ADVERSE REACTIONS! This does NOT mean that all pharmaceuticals are bad. It means they need to be used MORE CAREFULLY and MORE HONESTLY.
The next time you hear the phrase “small quantity,” don’t assume it is safe. Whether it’s the size of a pill, the quantity of an unhealthy substance injected into the body or simply a peanut, realize the size and quantity do not guarantee its safety. Vicodin is a tiny pill that falls under the classification of opiates that have been over prescribed resulting in more fatalities than car accidents in the United States. The cause of death is respiratory and heart failure. When was the last time your doctors discussed the potential DANGEROUS side effects these “little” pills are capable of producing? Too many people have suffered permanent brain damage or have outright died as a result of believing that the size of “things” or the small quantity of “things” are safe.