Having green tea in a program adds multiple NBE benefits,
5 ar inhibitor, promotes aromatase, anti-oxidation, estrogen, modifies signaling transduction pathways, relieves oxidative stress (reduces lipid oxidation), possess potent iron-chelating radical-scavenging and anti-inflammatory activities (polyphenols are powerful free radical destroyers), protects against neurological diseases. Green tea catechins ameliorate adipose insulin resistance.
Honestly?, I think BO is the issue. I have to agree with Monika and say at most, BO is an aromatase. Minus the BO its a solid program, I think you're missing a pro-ER-a option, (estrogen receptor alpha). Even E2 (estradiol) doesn't bind to ER-a in significance, adding something like vitex or red clover activates ER-a, HOPs does too. So does ALA (alpha linolenic acid)-omega 3 fatty acid.
The following statements reveal some explanations as to why growth isn't the same for everyone.
One-third of the genes that are regulated by ERs do not contain ERE-like sequences (estrogen response elements)
Estrogen also activates rapid signaling pathways of other pathways, MAPKs and PI3K which, in turn, can modulate transcription and proliferation (growth)
MAPKs: mitogen-activated protein kinases
PI3K: phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase
ERα induction is responsible for the proliferative effects of estrogens, while ERβ activation balances the ERα-dependent responses
Translation, not everyone carries the same amount estrogen growth gene's (DNA), so when phytoestrogens or pharma E is introduced the switch is automatically turned on. It's a slow progression.
Edit-what type (brand) of BO is it?, how do we authentic BO?, when was it brought to the market, bovines have a cycle too. Catch my drift?