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FAQ-Aromatase for NBE
#11
(20-05-2014, 05:34 AM)lovely11 Wrote: I've recently noticed that aromatase may be good for male breast growth. For females high levels of estrogen are best during the transition phase from follicular to luteal phase. During the luteal phase, high levels of estrogen are not compatible with progesterone and prolactin's growth effects.


Elimnating xenoestrogens (bad estrogens) from our system seems to be a good course of action.

Detoxify....

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#12
xenoestrogens aren't all bad. all of the herbs you're using have xenoestrogens. a xenoestrogen is all non human estrogens and it can be from a plant, mushroom, or synthetic. Some are bad.
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#13
(20-05-2014, 06:13 AM)lovely11 Wrote: xenoestrogens aren't all bad. all of the herbs you're using have xenoestrogens. a xenoestrogen is all non human estrogens and it can be from a plant, mushroom, or synthetic. Some are bad.


Xenoestrogens – from chemicals present in our environment, many of which are petrochemicals. Xenoestrogens are much more potent than the estrogen your body makes, and too much exposure to them can result in problems with development, reproduction, and may cause cancer. We use products that contain xenoestrogens daily: plastics, electronics, medicines, foods, soaps and pesticides. Our environment (water, air, soil and plants) is being polluted by xenoestrogens from manufacturing runoff and the disposal of products containing xenoestrogens.


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#14
Those are xenoestrogens too. xenoestrogens include all non-human estrogens. Phytoestrogens, Metalloestrogens, Mycoestrogens, and synthetic estrogens are all xenoestrogens.

Most of the herbs discussed here, and the ones you use have phytoestrogens. Metalloestrogens are toxic, except dietary chromium. Most synthetic estrogens are bad, except some of the ones doctors prescribe. Red reishi mushroom has mycoestrogens.
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#15
(20-05-2014, 06:32 AM)lovely11 Wrote: Those are xenoestrogens too. xenoestrogens include all non-human estrogens. Phytoestrogens, Metalloestrogens, Mycoestrogens, and synthetic estrogens are all xenoestrogens.

Most of the herbs discussed here, and the ones you use have phytoestrogens. Metalloestrogens are toxic, except dietary chromium. Most synthetic estrogens are bad, except some of the ones doctors prescribe. Red reishi mushroom has mycoestrogens.


Red Reishi isn't toxic, and the elimination of xenoestrogens IS necessary.
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#16
(20-05-2014, 06:47 AM)Lotus Wrote:
(20-05-2014, 06:32 AM)lovely11 Wrote: Those are xenoestrogens too. xenoestrogens include all non-human estrogens. Phytoestrogens, Metalloestrogens, Mycoestrogens, and synthetic estrogens are all xenoestrogens.

Most of the herbs discussed here, and the ones you use have phytoestrogens. Metalloestrogens are toxic, except dietary chromium. Most synthetic estrogens are bad, except some of the ones doctors prescribe. Red reishi mushroom has mycoestrogens.


Red Reishi isn't toxic, and the elimination of xenoestrogens IS necessary.


Xenoestrogens are not plants or botanicals, and this is why we want to eliminate the bad estrogen:


Estrogen is broken down in the liver, and is influenced by the presence of certain chemicals. It is either broken down into a "good" kind of estrogen (Technically known as 2-hydroxyestrone) or a "bad" kind of estrogen (16-alpha hydroxyestrone). For instance substances in cruciferous vegetables and flax create more of the good kind, while environmental toxins (xenohormones) create more of the bad kind. The difference between good and bad estrogen is that good estrogen causes the cells to divide very slowly, whereas bad estrogen causes them to divide rapidly. Bad estrogen can also cause mutations or mistakes in how the cells grow that increase your risk of cancer even more.

The good estrogen causes no damage and drives immediately to the colon or to the bladder where it leaves the body. The bad estrogen backfires, gets stuck in reverse, and speeds back to the breast where it wreaks havoc. If this bad estrogen finds a parking spot on a breast cell, it will rapidly speed up cell division. If you have a lot of bad estrogen in your body, your risk of breast cancer goes up significantly.

In the colon, estrogen is either eliminated or absorbed back into the blood. If it is absorbed back into the blood, it adds to the total amount of estrogen in your body, and therefore, adds to your risk. There is a simple solution: eat more fiber. Fiber binds to the estrogen in your colon and eliminates it."
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#17
Something else about xenoestrogens:

Now about Xeno-Hormones. These are toxins. They are pesticides and herbicides sprayed on our food (always go organic!), they are solvents in paints, nail polish and remover, fumes at the gas station, off gasses from many carpets and foam products, they are in the sprays we use around the house and the beauty products we use. They are everywhere! They are chemicals, which are so close in their molecular structure to estrogen that they are able to lock on to estrogen receptors in breast tissue. They then enter the cell and begin to damage the structure and function of the cell, often damaging delicate DNA, which can lead to cell mutations and cancerous tumors. Fat tissue stores toxins at much higher levels than other tissues in the body (up to 700 times the levels found in the bloodstream!), and sadly, the breast is mainly composed of fatty tissue, so toxins accumulate at a much higher concentration in the breasts than other places. In the toxic world we live in, it is no wonder breast cancer has become an epidemic! Much of the protocol is focused on these dangerous xeno-toxins and clearing them from the body.
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#18
that's not the correct definition of xenoestrogen. however, a xenoestrogen includes those.

Xenoestrogens
Any of various chemical compounds, especially those present in manufactured items or in agrochemical or industrial waste, that imitate natural estrogens and thus disrupt the normal endocrine system.

What part isn't correct?
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#19
(20-05-2014, 07:07 AM)lovely11 Wrote: that's not the correct definition of xenoestrogen. however, a xenoestrogen includes those.


Xenoestrogens
Any of various chemical compounds, especially those present in manufactured items or in agrochemical or industrial waste, that imitate natural estrogens and thus disrupt the normal endocrine system.

What part isn't correct?



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#20
That is a partial definition of xenoestrogen, not a complete definition. The complete definition includes that, and plant and other types of estrogens.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Xenoestrogens
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