By Lloyd Phillips
CRITICALLY IMPORTANT: There is a high probability that a serious and potentially life-threatening newly discovered allergy may exist among the Gardasil Girls and Boys, due to the high percentage who are ultimately diagnosed with Lyme Disease or some of the many co-infections normally spread by biting insects and related vectors.
It has recently been documented that the bite of a tick or chigger can result in a serious or potentially deadly allergic reaction when red meat is ingested. The allergic reaction has been traced to Galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose, or Alpha-Gal, a type of sugar found in red meat. Red meat includes beef, bison, goat, pork, venison, and other mammals, but not poultry.
Unlike peanut allergies symptoms, which occur immediately, allergies to Alpha-gal typically occur hours after eating red meat, and may include, but are not limited to: asthma, anaphylaxis, weakness, nausea, itching, hives, rashes, diarrhea, vomiting, irritable bowel, and much more.
Learn more about Alpha-Gal allergies here.
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