• Infertility
• Menopausal symptoms
• Magnesium deficiency
• Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS)
• Pre-menopausal syndrome
• Hypothyroid-like conditions
• Prostate cancer
• Uterine fibroids
• Endometriosis
• Fibrocystic Breast
• Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
• Fibroids
• Breast cancer
• Weight gain
• Exposure to xenoestrogen ( a likely etiology of PCOS)
    – Female embryo has 500,000 to 800,000 follicles each enclosed in an immature ovum. The follicles are very sensitive to toxicity of environment pollutants. If a mother is exposed to toxic chemicals that resemble estrogen may damage the fetal follicles and render them dysfunctional. It may not apparent until baby reaches puberty: PCOS, PMS, infertility, miscarriages, etc when the symptoms of incomplete ovulation & insufficient progesterone become evident.
• Example of contaminants with xenoestrogens
• Petrochemical compounds such as creams, lotions, soaps, shampoos, perfumes , hair sprays and room deodorizers all have chemical structures similar to estrogen
• Car exhaust, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, solvents, adhesives found in nail polish, paint removes, glues, paints,, plastics and even synthetic estrogens from women taking HRT and BCP flushed down the toilet & find way into food chain. They are fat soluble & non-biodegradable
• Industrial Solvents: industrial xenoestrogens
• Enter through the skin & accumulate in lipid-rich tissues such as nerve sheath & adipose (fat)
• Alcohol like methanol, ketones like acetone, aldehydes, glycol like ethylene glycol
• Includes fingernail polish, polish remover, glues, paints, varnishes, cleaning products, carpet, fiberboard, pesticides and herbicides, & processed woods
• Accumulative amounts over the years of exposure with chronic exposure leads to estrogen dominance

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