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Alicia Silverstone has had trouble finding successful work as an actress so became an author. In her latest book she tells the world that she is anti-vaccine. She admits there is no scientific evidence to back up her position but feels that anecdotal evidence is good enough for her and that no one should be vaccinating their children. Obviously, then from her insight into the anecdotal world she should have seen what happened to Jenny McCarthy after she made similar thoughts public. Alicia's book could have been changed when Kristin Cavallari got slammed for what she said about vaccines, but I guess Alicia decided to go through with it. Not a smart move. She makes a lot of ridiculous claims in her book and reading the her book reviews are a great way to spend a few hours of your day. Alicia says that her baby was potty trained by the age of six months because she would rush him to the backyard when he showed any signs of having to go. Does she not have a bathroom in the house? Why rush him outside? Apparently he must be part dog. In my opinion, that is the way you potty train a dog. Did her son want to go outside every time he had to go to the bathroom? At six months did he scoot himself over to a sliding glass door and bang on it? Is he still forced to use the backyard as his toilet? Alicia said that a vegan diet will guard against post partum depression. No scientific evidence but it is what she believes. She says that tampons will make you infertile and fill you with chemicals and pesticides because the cotton in them is not organic.
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