War on our Children? The Top Brand of Children's Vitamins Contains Aspartame, GMOs, & Other Hazardous Chemicals

Vatic Note: This is totally obscene and outrageous. Those doing this are blatant and proven criminals walking free.   What has happened to us that we are not  reacting to this news?  We have been told about all the poisons that have been put into our food, water, air, and medications.  We have been told that the military  were told to set off a nuke out east and they refused and those are the generals that were released. Someone should have been arrested for that attempt to solicit others to commit mass murder.  Bayer has a long history of harming us with their drugs and its time it stopped.

Yes, this is definitely war on all of us totally for different reasons, but its especially directed at our children. These manufacturers know what they are doing, as does the FDA who approved this stuff.  This is called "THE SOFT KILL" of us and our kids and that is a crime against humanity and war crime.

Time to start bringing these people in and arresting them for criminal acts against our people.   If someone not in government or the elite, had tried to poison our childrens medication, we would be pointing fingers, asking them to be arrested, or shot, but not if its a major corporation that is a drug company with an occult logo..... now why is that?  

Don't we care about ourselves and our children any more?  If we do then we need to start targeting their products to our neighbours, relatives, immediate family and start using natural remedies of trust worthy companies. Boycott MSM news programs and other programs that promote these drugs from those companies.  The one place we can hurt them is in the pocket book.

We need to clean out the Attorney Generals office and hire someone who will enforce our laws and protect us against crimes against our bodies, person and properties and defend our nation against the foreign occupiers and their treasonous co-conspirators, which is a RICO crime and then we can confiscate all their wealth and pay off all the loans they have borrowed in our name. 

The Top Brand of Children's Vitamins Contains Aspartame, GMOs, & Other Hazardous Chemicals

Top US Brand of Children's Vitamins Contains Aspartame, GMOs, & Other Hazardous Chemicals

The #1 Children's Vitamin Brand in the US contains ingredients that most parents would never intentionally expose their children to, so why aren't more opting for healthier alternatives?

Kids vitamins are supposed to be healthy, right? Well then, what's going on with Flintstones Vitamins, which proudly claims to be "Pediatricians' #1 Choice"?

Produced by the global pharmaceutical corporation Bayer, this wildly successful brand features a shocking list of unhealthy ingredients, including:
On Bayer Health Science's Flintstones product page designed for healthcare professionals they lead into the product description with the following tidbit of information:
82% of kids aren't eating all of their veggies1. Without enough vegetables, kids may not be getting all of the nutrients they need.
References: 1. Lorson BA, Melgar-Quinonez HR, Taylor CA. Correlates of fruit and vegetable intakes in US children. J Am Diet Assoc. 2009;109(3):474-478.
The implication? That Flintstones vitamins somehow fill this nutritional void. But let's look a little closer at some of these presumably healthy ingredients....

Aspartame is a synthetic combination of the amino acids aspartic acid and l-phenylalanine, and is known to convert into highly toxic methanol and formaldehyde in the body.  Aspartame has been linked to over 40 adverse health effects in the biomedical literature, and has been shown to exhibit both neurotoxicity and carcinogenicity [1]  What business does a chemical like this have doing in a children's vitamin, especially when non-toxic, non-synthetic non-nutritive sweeteners like stevia already exist?

Next, let's look closer at Cupric Oxide, 2mg of which is included in each serving of Flinstone's Complete chewable vitamins as a presumably  'nutritional' source of 'copper,' supplying "100% of the Daily Value  (Ages 4+), according to Flintstones Vitamins Web site's Nutritional Info.[2]

But what is Cupric Oxide? A nutrient or a chemical?

According to the European Union's Dangerous Substance Directive, one of the main EU laws concerning chemical safety, Cupric Oxide is listed as a Hazardous substance, classified as both  "Harmful (XN)" and "Dangerous for the environment" (N).  Consider that it has industrial applications as a pigment in ceramics, and as a chemical in the production of rayon fabric and dry cell batteries. In may be technically correct to call it a mineral, but should it be listed as a nutrient in a children's vitamin? We think not.

Top US Brand of Children's Vitamins Contain Aspartame, GMOs, & Other Hazardous Chemicals

A well-known side effect of using synthetic dyes is attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. For direct access to study abstracts on this topic view our Food Coloring research page.  There is also indication that the neurotoxicity of artificial food coloring agents increase when combined with aspartame,[3] making the combination of ingredients in Flintstones even more concerning.

Each serving of Flinstones Complete Chewable vitamins contain 12 mg of zinc oxide, which the manufacturer claims delivers 75% of the Daily Value to children 2  & 3 years of age.  Widely used as a sun protection factor (SPF) in sunscreens,

The EU's Dangerous Substance Directive classifies it as an environmental Hazard, "Dangerous for the environment (N)."  How it can be dangerous to the environment, but not for humans ingesting it, escapes me.  One thing is for sure, if one is to ingest supplemental zinc, or market it for use by children, it makes much more sense using a form that is organically bound (i.e. 'chelated') to an amino acid like glycine, as it will be more bioavailable and less toxic.

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