Blog: "Vaccines as a primary CAUSE of food allergies"
by llasidog

Why would children be allergic to peanuts? Some children fatally allergic?

What if…. peanut products are used in childhood immunizations? If that was the case, then the source of the allergy was in the shot that was injected into the child’s body and directly caused the allergy.

Date:   1/18/2009 3:13:14 PM   ( 14 y ) ... viewed 3427 times

Thinking outside the box - peanut allergies in children

Why would children be allergic to peanuts? Some children fatally allergic?

I read in the book “Healing the New Childhood Epidemics, Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies”, by Kenneth Bock, M.D. and Cameron Stauth about his theories about allergies and how he is actually healing the children. The puzzle of why peanuts should be a major allergy, I found puzzling. But I have an idea…

What if…. peanut products are used in childhood immunizations? If that was the case, then the source of the allergy was in the shot that was injected into the child’s body and directly caused the allergy.

Sounded a bit wild but I decided to search the web to see if my hypothesis has any merit.

First I found

Progesterone in Oil Injection-50mg/ml
Description: Progesterone injection is indicated for progesterone supplementation or replacement as part of an assisted reproductive technology (ART) therapy. Progesterone injection is available in sesame, peanut, cotton and olive oil.

Well, maybe the mother used this product in order to get pregnant and the peanut oil was still in her system and she passed it on to the baby….

Then I searched to find out what products are made out of peanuts.

 At I found:

Cosmetics: All Purpose Cream, Antiseptic Soap, Baby Massage Cream, Face Bleach and Tan Remover, Face Cream, Face Lotion, Face Ointment
Face Powder, Fat Producing Cream, Glycerine, Hand Lotion, Oil for Hair and Scalp, Peanut Oil Shampoo, Pomade for Scalp, Shampoo
Shaving Cream, Tetter and Dandruff Cure, Toilet Soap, Vanishing Cream

There are a number of creams and shampoo that are applied to the skin… but what about glycerine? Glycerine is used in medicines; maybe it is used in the immunizations? What immunizations do children get these days….

American Academy of Pediatrics Recommended Vaccination Schedule for Infants & Pre-School Children
Hepatitis B
Dose 1: Between 0 and 2 months
Dose 2: Between 1 and 4 months
Dose 3: Between 6 and 18 months
Pneumococcal Conjugate
Dose 1: 2 months
Dose 2: 4 months
Dose 3: 6 months
Dose 4: Between 12 and 15 months
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTP)
Dose 1: 2 months
Dose 2: 4 months
Dose 3: 6 months
Dose 4: Between 15 and 18 months
Dose 5: Between 4 and 6 years
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
Dose 1: Between 12 and 15 months
Dose 2: Between 4 and 6 years
H. influenzae type B (Hib)
Dose 1: 2 months
Dose 2: 4 months
Dose 3: 6 months
Dose 4: Between 12 and 15 months
Dose 1: Between 12 and 18 months
Dose 2: Between 11 and 12 years
Inactivated Polio (IPV)
Dose 1: 2 months
Dose 2: 4 months
Dose 3: Between 6 and 18 months
Dose 4: Between 4 and 6 years


Dang…. look at all the shots given to tiny infants! Do any of them have glycerine or peanut products in them???

Still looking….

Vaccines are made by growing large quantities of these viruses or bacteria… Bacteria require complex culture media (”culture broths”) for their growth. Viruses need to grow in cells and these cells also require complex culture media. The culture media provide numerous nutritious elements and growth factors, obtained from materials of animals origin, such as serum, milk and milk derivatives, gelatin, meat extract of extracts from other muscular tissues (”peptones”).


I think I’ve found it! Peanuts could be used as the “nutritious elements”. Very small trace amounts remain in the vaccine. In a child with an already compromised immune system from heavy metals and possible also being ill and on an antibiotic, this trace of peanuts gets directly into the blood stream and the body treats it as an invader and the child develops an allergy. They also use glycerine to manufacture the ingredients used to make vaccines which is derived from peanuts.

I googled “use of +glycerine +cultures”


I found the following website of Lancet book:

“…preserving vaccine lymph with glycerine…”


And this:


Preservation of the culture is achieved using agar and glycerine.”


I searched on “peanut oil +cultures” and found articles that I would have to purchase to read. Don’t want to do that. Think there is enough information in the search blurb:

Influence of peanut oil on microbial degradation of polycyclic …Anthracene concentration. was reduced by 21.5, 25.7, and 40.3 µg/mL in cultures con-. taining 0%, 0.01%, and 0.1% peanut oil, respectively, after. 24 days. … -

Controlled delivery of lipophilic agents to cell cultures for in …These nanoemulsions are well tolerated by cell cultures, …. hydrogenated peanut oil or a C 8/10 triglyceride (caprylic/capric triglyceride) was more … - Similar pages
A Simple Method for Routine Maintenance and Preservation of …ame oil, and salad oil (a mixture of 80% peanut oil and. 20% rapeseed oil). …. cultures in the laboratory for routine research activi- … - Similar pages
by MG Feng - 2001 - Cited by 8 - Related articles - All 6 versions


I remembered a story from a long time ago about children not being allergic to milk but to the things added to the milk - vitamin D? So I searched on “allergic vitamin D milk additives” and I came up with a very interesting website:

The Panel identified only two foodstuffs that it considered may currently fulfil the criteria for inclusion on a list of products of foodstuffs for which labelling of the allergen-containing food source is unnecessary: refined peanut oil and refined soya bean oil….

Peanut oil is commonly marketed as a refined oil or in a crude form, sometimes called ‘gourmet’ oil, which may be used for flavouring purposes. The refined oil is produced by a process which involves degumming, neutralization, bleaching, filtration, and deodorization to achieve a concentration of free fatty acids of < 0.1%. Two alternative processes can be used to achieve this specification, one physical and the other chemical. A code of practice for the production and labelling of peanut oil in connection with peanut allergy was adopted in the United Kingdom and was subsequently adopted by the European Association FEDIOL, to be implemented no later than 1 January 1998. All refined vegetable oils undergo the same degree of processing (VCH Veriagsgesellschaft mbH, 1987; Seed Crushers' and Oil Processors' Association, 1999).

The mean protein content of peanut oil is reduced at each stage of the refining process described above. Although the results differed depending on whether the Lowry assay or the Pierce Micro bicinchoninic acid assay was used for protein analysis, there was a consistent downward trend with each analytical procedure. The mean protein content in extracts of oil prepared by two separate procedures and analysed by each assay were 187 µg/ml of crude peanut oil; 60 µg/ml of oil after alkali refining, neutralization, and washing; 15 µg/ml of oil after bleaching and filtering; and 2.2 µg/ml of oil after deodorization (Skinner & Haynes, 1998).

....Oils from walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, and macadamia nuts and refined and unrefined peanut oil were each extracted with 0.2 mol/L ammonium bicarbonate solution.... Neither peanut oil nor olive oil elicited any reaction in skin-prick tests. In food challenge tests performed on two separate occasions at least 14 days apart, the patients being randomly allocated to receive peanut oil or olive oil on the first day, none of the patients experienced any adverse immediate or delayed reaction when challenged with sequential doses of 1, 2, or 5 ml of peanut or olive oil in gelatin capsules (Taylor et al., 1981).

Vitamin D supplementation may be administered in an oil preparation in early infancy. After skin-prick testing of 122 children aged 7-60 months who had been referred to an allergy clinic, the children were classified according to whether they had received a vitamin D preparation without peanut oil, one containing peanut oil that had been administered monthly, or one containing peanut oil that had been administered daily. Although the groups did not differ in respect of allergic status, statistically significantly children more showed a positive reaction to peanut if they had been exposed to a peanut oil-containing vitamin preparation. The peanut oil used in the vitamin preparations was not specified (de Montis et al., 1993).

In a study in France, two male and two female infants aged 4-13 months who had received a diagnosis of atopic dermatitis were found to react to peanut allergens during skin-prick testing or labial challenge with peanut extract, peanut butter, or peanut oil. In a single blind oral challenge test with peanut oil, the infants reacted with a rash to doses of 1 or 5 ml of peanut oil. In each case, the infant was receiving a formula containing peanut oil in such an amount that it contributed 67 or 80% of the lipids.


Formula containing peanut oil? Jeepers! We are feeding newborns peanut oil in their formulas?

Then I got to thinking about vitamin D being added to things. It is a fat soluble vitamin. FAT? What kind of fat? How about peanut oil fat? Googled “vitamin D peanut oil”.


Clinical Q and A, Parkhurst Exchange, Allergy, Warning: vitamin d …Warning: vitamin d suspensions in peanut oil. July 2007. ANTOINETTE MICHAEL, MD, of Whitby, ON, writes: “Regarding allergens, a 37-year-old woman came to me … - 17k

Peanut oil in vitamin A and D preparations: reactions to skin test …The aim of this study was to establish whether there is a link between sensitisation to peanut and e…

BiomedExperts: Peanut oil in vitamin A and D preparations …’Peanut oil in vitamin A and D preparations: reactions to skin test and manifestation of symptoms.’ on BiomedExperts.…/Peanut_oil_in_vitamin_A_and_D_preparations_reactions

_to_skin_test_and_manifestation_of_sym… - 17k - Cached


So they refine peanut oil and do a skin prick test to determine if peanut oil is dangerous for people who are allergic to peanuts. They don’t react with a skin prick test. So peanut oil is therefore safe to be used in cosmetics and medicines…. and baby formula! And is the skin prick test reliable enough to determine a product as being safe for allergic people to consume or have injected into their bloodstreams?
Many children are erroneously told they have a peanut allergy because the standard skin-prick test is not accurate enough, a new study suggests.

"Allergy skin tests detect only the presence of antibodies. They cannot make an accurate determination that an allergy exists."


Googled “early feeding baby allergy”:

When a baby is small, his gut is more porous, causing food proteins to leak into the bloodstream. The baby’s body will not know if these proteins are “friend or foe,” and may attack them, causing an allergic reaction to the food. As a baby is older, the proteins stay in the gut and are broken down by enzymes.

When you are deciding whether to breastfeed or bottle-feed, keep in mind that introducing formula so early in life can cause unwanted formula proteins to leak into your baby’s blood stream. His or her body may see the proteins as a germ and fight them, therefore resulting in your baby having a food allergy, that he or she normally would not have had.


So…. there could be some peanut proteins in the shot because we might use products derived from peanuts in the cultures used to produce the bacteria and viruses for the manufacture of immunizations. But also we’ve got to have vitamins A and D added to the baby formula. Oil soluble vitamins have to be in oil. That oil can be refined peanut oil. And there are some baby formulas that use peanut oil for fat content?

Googled “peanut baby formula”:

What that means is that a child with a peanut allergy can have an allergic reaction and even go into anaphylaxis after eating soy. Because this cross-reactivity is rarely mentioned in the press, many parents are unaware of the potential health risks that soy may present to children with peanut allergies….

According to Daniel Sheehan, PhD and director of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) National Center for Toxicological Research, soy-fed babies are taking part in “a large, uncontrolled and basically unmonitored human infant experiment.”

Influence of partial replacement of butter fat with peanut oil (in infant formula) on erythrocyte fatty acids in infants…. Thus, our present study suggests that peanut oils could be used for enhancing the linoleic acid levels in infants.

 Well…. what about antibiotics having peanut products in them? We give them to the baby when sick and most vulnerable?

 Googled “antibiotic peanut”

The mutant strain was designed as Nocardia mediterranea M-120. In submerged fermentation, 48 hours old (5% v/v) inoculum gave the maximum yield of rifamycin B when the culture was grown in medium containing (g/l) glucose 94; soybean 10; peanut meal 21.4; calcium carbonate 9.5; potassium dihydrogen phosphate 0.4; magnesium sulphate 1.0;


 We inject peanut oil into cows:

These dilutions were equivalent to antibiotic values in milk at 0, 6 and 12 hours after injection into the mammary gland. Vehicles included peanut oil, mineral oil, 3% cabosil in peanut oil, 2% aluminum monostearate in peanut oil, 25% polyethylene glycol (PEG) in an aqueous base, 25% PEG in mineral oil, and 25% PEG in peanut oil.


 And we use peanut oil in other antibiotics…

Antibiotics produced by a new microbe, Catenuloplanes japonicus …For purposes of subcutaneous administration, solutions of the antibiotic in sesame or peanut oil or in aqueous propylene glycol may be employed, …
Adding 10-50 mg/l of synthetic unsaturated lipids or natural oils to the nutrient media during antibiotic fermentation increases the yield of antibiotics 10 to 20 fold. Very high concentrations of lipids are sometimes inhibitory to antibiotic production. [Don't have full access to article. Search page also had: "most effective in stimulating antibiotic production, lino-. lenic acid is the major constituent fatty acid, whereas. in soybean oil, peanut oil and ..."]

Process for the production of antibiotic Cephamycin C - US Patent …This invention relates to a process for the production of an antibiotic …. peanut flour, cotton seed flour, yeast, fish flour, corn steep liquor, peptone, …


That gave me an idea. Did an advanced google search at on “antibiotic peanut”:

I got 3,330 hits for patents for antibiotics containing both words.

Did the same for “vaccine peanut” and got 1,420 hits.

Did the same for “infant formula peanut” and got 154 hits.

In any case, I think I have made a good case for hidden sources of peanuts causing allergies in children. We give it to them possibly in the immunizations, antibiotics, vitamins, and formula. Yikes!


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