Estrogen mimics can cause infertility and suppress your hormones production.



A Danish study found that if a woman who’s pregnant with a son takes just one 500 mg acetaminophen pill during her second trimester, she’s twice as likely to have fertility problems.

It gets worse. If she takes more than one type of painkiller, the risk goes up 1,600 percent.

The reason is that painkillers, considered “mild” and “safe” by most doctors, suppress testosterone. And not just a little. They drive it down more than the 10 most "gender-bending" chemicals called estrogen mimics that women are exposed to normally – like BPA and plastic-hardening phthalates – combined.


What Is Estrogen Mimics

1. Estrogen mimics trick your body into thinking they’re the hormone estrogen. Once they get inside you, they disrupt your entire endocrine system, the network of glands that release your hormones.

2. Today’s world is also interfering with male fertility. A new study finds that using your laptop computer where it was designed to be used – in your lap – can lower your sperm count.

Researchers took the temperature in the testes of men working on their laptops. In just 10-15 minutes, the temperature down there rose to levels high enough to damage sperm production.

3. Here’s another example. Polyethelene glycol. They put it into most shampoos. It’s an estrogen mimic.

4. It’s also what they use to make brake fluid.

5. How about sodium lauryl sulfate? That’s what makes the shampoo foam up. When it’s created industrially, it can get contaminated with a byproduct, 1,4 dioxane.

That’s the main ingredient in Agent Orange.

It’s also an estrogen mimic and a relative to the dangerous carcinogen dioxin.

Estrogen mimics can impair sexual development in boys, and cause early, or “precocious” puberty in girls. Their young bodies interpret the extra estrogen as the call to develop breasts and sexual traits when they’re as young as 7 and 8 years old.

And if you’re an adult, you’re body thinks it’s getting estrogen. You could have low sex drive, gain weight, become infertile, or get half a dozen different kinds of cancer.

So what are you going to do? Never use a laptop again and go back to pencil and paper? Shave your head so you never have to wash your hair? Suffer in pain if you’re pregnant?


How to Get Rid of Estrogen Mimics

Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to avoid losing your ability to reproduce. Here are nine proactive steps you can take starting today:

1. Take DIM (Diindolylmethane) supplements.

- It sounds as tongue-twisting as some of those shampoo ingredients, but DIM is a 100-percent-natural nutrient that’s found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, kale and cauliflower. Try to eat them daily, because DIM can cleanse your system of excess estrogen that can affect your fertility. For supplementing, usually you need a 100 mg DIM capsule. Two capsules can provide the DIM equivalent to a pound of vegetables.

2. Take DHEA.

- The fertility journal AYALA found that women going through fertility treatment were three times more likely to get pregnant if they also took just 75 mg a day of the supplement DHEA. The women who conceived also had healthier pregnancies and deliveries.

3. Avoid unnatural ointments, lotions and shampoos.

- They can have estrogen mimics besides the ones I mentioned earlier. Parabens (like methylparaben, ethylparaben, propylparaben, isobutylparaben, butylparaben, and benzylparaben) are preservatives found in personal-care products like deodorants and shaving cream. Organic products generally do not have parabens, BPA or phthalates, but read the label to be sure.

4. Avoid storing food in plastic.

- They’re full of xenoestrogens that are also estrogen mimics. Store food in porcelain and glass dishes, or use paper cups or plates.

5. Eat the right fat.

- Researchers found that the omega-3 fatty acid DHA corrects low sperm count and abnormally shaped sperm cells. They used DHA to restore fertility to ALL impaired males with a gene malfunction in an animal study published by the Journal of Lipids Research.

The best omega-3 sources are wild-caught salmon, grass-fed beef, Sacha Inchi oil, nuts, eggs and avocados. Or you can supplement. You need at least 2-4 grams a day.

6. Shed those excess pounds.

- Excess fat can contribute to high estrogen levels. The best exercise for fat-melting is to do short-duration, progressively challenging workouts. They will help you melt more fat than cardio, aerobics or any endurance exercise. It’s the best way to keep melting fat even after you work out.

7. Cut back on tea, coffee and chocolate.

- The common ingredient is caffeine, and it contains phytoestrogens, which are also estrogen mimics.

8. Put your laptop on a desk or work in this position.

- The Fertility and Sterility study found spreading your legs while working on your laptop is the best way to avoid killing off your sperm. You can also purchase a cooling pad that goes under your laptop if you must have it in your lap. They normally sell for around $20.

9. Try this potent pain-fighting herb like ginger.

- Most people think of ginger as a cooking ingredient. But ginger has 12 different compounds that fight inflammation. Some block the Cox-2 enzyme which triggers it. Some lower pain receptor and nerve-ending sensitivity. Together they work almost the same as anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen and aspirin.

You can add ginger to meat or vegetable dishes, drink some ginger tea or take ginger supplements. Look for an extract with 5% gingerols.



CoQ10

Research also shows that CoQ10 can improve a man’s sperm quality and sex drive.

Researchers in Italy divided infertile men into two groups. The ones who took just 200 mg a day of CoQ10 experienced significant improvement in sperm cell motility, the quality of the sperm cell.

And it doubled the pregnancy rate over the men not taking CoQ10.

A number of studies have shown that, for the past 40 years, the quality and quantity of men’s sperm has decreased significantly. As your sperm count drops, so does your potency.

A major cause is the environment we live in. Chemicals in everything from the pesticides used in your food to the plastic in your water bottles and food containers find their way into your bloodstream. These chemicals, known as xeno-estrogens, act like estrogen in your body.

The result is a hormonal imbalance that leaves your body with less testosterone and more estrogen.

Bottom line: You may not be as potent as you should be.

What should you do?

So far, we know that:

a) CoQ10

- It can prevent cancer and congestive heart failure. You need at least 50 mg daily of CoQ10 of the ubiquinol form. It’s 8 times stronger than regular CoQ10, which means that 50 mg of ubiquinol CoQ10 is equal to 400 mg of regular CoQ10. Plus, it stays in the bloodstream longer than regular CoQ10.

Once you’ve got that down, try these other potency boosters:

b) Zinc

- If you’re a man, and you like to have sex, you need zinc. This important mineral is involved in testosterone metabolism. It also plays a role in sperm formation. A study published in the journal Archives of Andrology found that men who took 60 mg of zinc more than doubled their sperm count. What’s more, testosterone levels also increased. You can find zinc at your health food store. Take 60 mg a day.

c) DIM – Diindolylmethane (DIM)

- It is found in vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower. It flushes excess estrogen out of your body, restoring your hormone levels back to normal. The more testosterone you have in relation to estrogen, the more potent – and virile—you’ll be. You need at least 100 mg of DIM a day.

d) Folate

- In a study published in Human Reproduction, men with low levels of folate had a higher percentage of defective sperm, even though they were otherwise completely healthy. Usually you need at least 800 mcg per day, but you can go as high as 1,200 mcg to enhance the health and integrity of your sperm cell reserves.

e) Vitamin C

- You’ll see this on a lot of lists. It’s also a powerful antioxidant critical for maintaining healthy sperm. It protects the sperm cell from DNA damage. In one study, men saw a huge increase in their sperm count over the course of just 7 days. Those that took 200 mg of vitamin C a day had a 112% increase in sperm count. And those who took 1,000 mg a day boosted their sperm count by 140%! You need to take at least 2,000 mg per day.

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Beware of Obesogens

There’s a new category of chemicals that’s building even fatter thighs, butts, and bellies.

It's called “obesogens.”

These invisible toxins are getting into your food and making you fat. And unless you take action, it won’t just tip the scales. You could wind up sick and diseased, too.

We are talking about endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in your food and water.

There’s Nowhere to Run to... Nowhere to Hide

Since you can’t see, smell, or taste them, you can’t tell which products contain estrogen look-a-likes.

But they’re very common. Here’s a short list of some of the products containing EDCs:

• Vinyl flooring

• Detergents

• Shampoo

• Deodorants

• Perfumes

• Hair spray

• Moisturizers

• Garden hoses

• Inflatable toys

• Pesticides

• Fertilizers

• Plastics

And the list goes on… But of all the synthetics that have estrogens, plastics are the worst. They’re everywhere. From plastic bags and water bottles to the packaging your food comes in, plastic is almost impossible to escape.

These chemicals, which have a structure that closely resembles the hormone estrogen, go from your food into your bloodstream, where they send out the “fat command” to the cells in your body.

The bad news is that your body can’t tell the difference between these estrogen mimics and the real thing. As far as your body is concerned, these chemicals that look like estrogen are estrogen.

And whether you’re a man or a woman, too much estrogen makes you fat, slow, tired, and diseased.

Obesogens Hijack Your Body’s “Fat Signals”

“Obesogens are thought to act by hijacking the regulatory systems that control body weight... and any chemical that interferes with body weight is an endocrine disruptor.”

What we’re seeing is an actual takeover. Your body gets commands from an external source telling it to pack on more fat.

The Endocrine Society, the largest research organization on hormones, said in a recent report:

“The rise in the incidence in obesity matches the rise in the use and distribution of industrial chemicals that may be playing a role in the generation of obesity, suggesting that EDCs may be linked to this epidemic.”

Estrogen Hits Our Kids the Hardest

Previously, boys used to be so lean; they were “below the scale” at less than 3% body fat. Today, their body fat are 17%. That would be fine for a grown man, but not someone their age.

Boys nowadays went from being skinny to the point where they actually needs to drop a few pounds. And they're not the sort of kid who sits around playing video games. They play tennis almost every day and is always outside. And of course, if you have kids, you need to pay very close attention to their diet.

For girls, extra estrogen causes early, or “precocious,” puberty. Their young bodies interpret the extra estrogen as the call to develop breasts and sexual traits, yet they’re as young as 7 and 8 years old.

The next time you’re walking through your local mall, take a look around. Kids have changed. They’re not just heavier and more out-of-shape; they’re turning into “adults” before their time.

Men and women are changing, too, but experience extra estrogen in different ways. Both will get the excess weight, but there are specific differences.

Men: Rising Estrogen Can Drop Your Sperm Count and Boost Your Risk of Prostate Cancer

More than 15% of couples in the U.S. are unable to have a child. And in 30% to 40% of these cases, male infertility is the problem. But not just in America. British sperm counts and sperm density have dropped dramatically beginning way back before World War II.

The drastic decline in fertility has now been directly linked to HPTE’s interference with testosterone production in the testes.

Tufts University research shows that crop dusters who handled estrogen-impersonating pesticides lost their sexual desire and developed very low sperm counts. It’s no small wonder that male breast cancer has increased 26% over the past two decades.

There are even more concerned about these rogue chemicals’ effect on prostate disease. German research shows that estrogen levels in prostatic tissue increase as men get older. And the Journal of the National Cancer Institute reported that estrogen may increase your risk of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) – or swollen prostate.

Even more incriminating, there's a Japanese evidence that prostate size directly correlates with the ratio of estradiol (a form of estrogen) to free testosterone.

In fact, “…patients with large prostates have more estrogen dominate environments” and “…estrogens are the key hormones for the induction and development of BPH.”

Women: Too Much Estrogen Makes Menopause Miserable

With all this extra estrogen from your environment, your blood estrogen level becomes elevated. Then, when you enter menopause, your estrogen has further to fall.

Menopause becomes a nightmare instead of a gentle passage into a new stage of life. During menopause, your estrogen may drop by 40%, but your progesterone (your feel-good hormone) falls to almost zero. This new gap between the two worsens your symptoms.

While overall cancer rates are falling, reproductive cancers like breast, ovarian, and uterine cancer continue to rise. Too much estrogen in our environment is a key factor in that rise.

Drive Down Estrogen and Get Back to the Foods You Really Love

There’s no way you can completely avoid chemicals in your environment. They’re here to stay. But you can reduce your exposure to chemicals and pesticides and lower your blood level of estrogen.

First, a few tips on buying produce. Fruits and vegetables are one of your biggest exposure risks to chemicals and pesticides.

Eating organic helps, but you don’t have to buy organic produce exclusively, just the ones that have the worst record. The Environmental Working Group are a non-profit dedicated to uncovering the biggest environmental threats to your health.

They put together a “dirty dozen” list of foods with the highest levels of pesticides and other obesogens.

These you should buy organic:

1. Peaches

2. Apples

3. Bell peppers

4. Celery

5. Nectarines

6. Strawberries

7. Cherries

8. Kale

9. Lettuce

10. Imported grapes

11. Carrots

12. Pears

Meat and poultry is another big source of EDCs. But that doesn’t mean you have to start eating bird food or tofu burgers. You are encourage to eat meat. It’s what our ancestors thrived on. But you should know where it comes from.

Your best bet is grass-fed beef, although depending on where you live, it may not be readily available.

Your other option is looking for meat that’s been raised without drugs. It won’t necessarily be grass-fed, but it will be free of estrogen and antibiotics. There are usually brands at your local grocery store. If they’re not labeled, just ask someone behind the counter to help you.

Here are 10 tips for lowering your exposure to these chemicals:

1. Avoid canned foods as much as possible. Food cans often have high levels of EDCs that leech into the food.

2. Reduce your use of plastic products like bags, bottles, and plastic wraps.

3. Eliminate pesticides from water with a water purifier.

4. Wash your vegetables and fruits before eating.

5. You can buy special products at organic food stores made for washing vegetables and fruits.

6. Buy grass-fed or hormone-free meats. If you get meat from other sources, trim off the fat. EDCs collect in the fat.

7. Avoid processed meats; they have fat ground in.

8. Avoid processed carbohydrates like bread, cereals, and pasta. They cause excess insulin, which builds fat and stimulates feminizing estrogen.

9. Eat vegetables high in fiber to absorb excess estrogen.

10. Work with your doctor to reduce or eliminate medications. These interfere with your liver’s capacity to remove excess estrogens.

11. You can also lower the amount of estrogen in your blood. Eating more of the cruciferous veggies helps: cauliflower, cabbage, and broccoli. You can also use supplements that improve estrogen elimination:

- DIM:

DIM (diindolylmethane) 60 caps

Dim 100 MG (Diindolylmethane) 120 Tabs

DIM (diindolylmethane) lowers estrogen naturally. It’s found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower. It works to break down estrogen into safer compounds, which you pass in the urine.

One study at UC Berkeley found that estrogen passed in the urine of those taking DIM was much higher than the control group.

- I3C:

Indole-3-Carbinol (I3C) 200 mg 60 Vcaps

Short for indole-3-carbinol, it protects cells from cancer and mutations. It also “tones down” your estrogen receptors.

Both of these natural supplements are effective for both men and women. You can find them at your local health-food store or vitamin store.



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