by Chris Kirckof
author of So You're Going To Have a Baby
Stop looking for answers in the wrong places
You were looking for immunity with vaccines and ended up with autism.
You were looking to be happier with a depression medication but ended up with suicidal thoughts.
You were looking for less cavities with fluoride but ended up being more docile and having less intellectual ability.
You were looking to feed the world with gmos and ended up with an autoimmune disorder.
You were looking for the good life with alcohol but ended up sabotaging yourself.
You were looking for energy with coffee but ended up cutting off oxygen to the brain.
You were looking to protect yourself from the sun with sunscreen but ended up with cancer.
You were looking for democracy by voting but ended up supporting the tyrannical system.
You were looking for an education with government schooling but ended up being a repeater.
You were looking to support the troops but ended up supporting their wars.
You were looking for terrorists on 9/11 and ended up with greedy elitists.
You were looking for breast cancer with a mammogram and it ended up causing cancer.
You were looking for health inside a hospital and ended up with deathcare.
You were looking for a cure with medications but only found side effects.
You were looking for news on the tv and ended up with lies and propaganda.
You were looking to do your duty as a citizen by paying taxes and ended up being robbed.
You were looking to donate money to charities but ended up lining people's pockets.
You were looking at a child being told they were born faulty and ended up poisoning and mutilating them.
You were looking for freedom and found slavery.
So You’re Going To Have a Baby is your go-to-guide for navigating medical procedures in the modern world when it comes to having a baby - even before conception. Inside you’ll learn about Heavy Metals, Pitocin, MTHFR, Fluoride, Ultrasounds, Vaccines, Vitamin K shot, Strep B, Eye Ointment, Delayed Cord Clamping, Folic Acid, NSAID’s and Glutathione, mitochondrial disorders, aborted fetal tissue, and more. This isn’t a book to tell you what decision to make - but is instead a book of questions for you to ask your doctor. Also included are historical data for “vaccine preventable” illnesses including death rates, risks, and comparable concerns, and an extensive list of studies on all of these topics. If you’re looking for a book to help gently guide you on how to work with your doctor to make the right medical decisions for you and your family - this is it.