Always controversial and controversial, Juana Viale has reached a relevant issue in society and has not had half a measure, beyond the repercussions that her words subsequently had and her thoughts about. After playing in a huge scandal, when she declared her non-feminist, the actress is heading for another debate: vaccines; Yes or no. His answer is negative and has to do with a particular view of medicine. Their preference is natural, and their children, Silvestre (10) Ali (6) and Amber (16), recently vaccinated them.
Juana talked about this problem in a note with La Nación and noticed the possibility of being "barked from all sides" through her vision. He said he was not in favor of the vaccines and explained why: "I have a more natural posture, I like homeopathy, anthroposophical medicine, and I understand that when the body becomes ill, it is not random, it speaks and we have to be careful because is a way of manifestation. If I have a fever, it's because the body is struggling with something, so I do not take a medicine against the fever. There are processes that I like to live and feel. "
This natural outlook is also reflected in food. Juanita was a vegetarian for six years, just like Amber, the daughter of Juan de Benedictis. Men, the fruit of the relationship with Gonzalo Valenzuela, consume a certain type of meat or fish.
However, with boys, he could not support his anti-vaccine status. "Now I've vaccinated them before they did not, but I agreed that it was not me, and we live in a society where we do not all understand and sometimes we have to adapt. "
It is unclear what happened, but a possibility could be that schools usually require an updated vaccination program At the time of admission of a student and actress she had no choice but to deliver.
Beyond what Mirtha Legrand's niece says, Argentina's viral triple vaccine (against measles, mumps and Rubiolea) is mandatory; Bacterial triple cells (for disteria, tetanus and cough Convulsa) and Sabin (against poliomyelitis). From 2017, two new doses were added: that of the human papilloma virus (HPV) for men aged 11 years or older and that of meningococcus, which prevents meningitis, after three months of life.
Finally, in the note, he also said he believed in "the energies, the moon, the behavior of the planets, the water, the calm, the attraction and the rejection, in light and in the dark."
Last November, Viale had the title when she said she was not considered a feminist because she did not believe in equality between men and women. "We are not a meal, we are not a flock," He analyzed it. These words were rejected by feminists, but Viale does not hesitate: "I do not go with a flag, because I do not feel that we have to have it, it's not about sex but about human beings, consciousness and understanding "the ability to reason and do not need slogans or flags, I have never been interested in any kind of militancy."