Tag: estrogen

Soy Bad, Soy Good: The Pluses of Fermented Soy

Many studies have shown traditionally fermented soy, which is the form that is very popular in many Asian cultures, aids in preventing and reducing a variety of diseases including certain forms of heart disease and cancers. Read More

What About Soy?

It’s not that long ago that soybeans were considered by most Americans to be “hippie food.” But then medical research began accumulating, affirming that soy consumption reduced heart disease and cancer risk, that it lengthened lives and enhanced their quality. Read More

Spilling the Beans on Soy

From fast food to pet food, soy is wall-to-wall in our edible products. And while organic fermented soy can be good in moderation, eating a tofu burger and washing it down with a glass of soy milk on a daily basis could prove hazardous to your health. Read More

About Soy

Soy: There are better options in the store for you to choose than nutritionally empty, genetically modified beans full of anti-nutrients. Read More

Soy: The Poison Seed

Soy contains Phytin, which takes essential minerals such as iron, zinc, magnesium etc. out of the body before they can be absorbed. Read More

Soy: Miracle Food?

Soy contains haemaglutinin, which is a clot-promoting substance that causes red blood cells to clump together, setting the stage for clogged arteries and stroke. Read More

Soy Tragedy and Hype

At first they told the public that the toxins were removed by processing. When it became apparent that processing could not get rid of them, they claimed that these substances were beneficial. Your government granted a health claim to a substance that is poisonous, and the industry lied to the public to sell more soy. Read More

Soy and Phytoestrogens

They found two components of soybeans with anticancer activity. The first are phytoestrogens – a group of compounds (e.g. genistein and daidzein) that have estrogen-like activity in humans and animals. Read More

Soy and Isoflavones

Never take your eyes off Mother Nature. In this case, the prudent application of soy research was perfectly clear. Read More

Xylitol

Xylitol: Will our sugar cravings always hold us hostage, or is there really a way to lick the sugar habit successfully? Read More

DHEA: Health and Youth Hormone

Research suggests that DHEA deficiency blocks progesterone, which decreases dramatically in women at menopause. IF a woman is deficient in magnesium, supplementing it will support her in decreasing the chance of estrogen dominance. Read More

Hormones of Happiness

Which are the good hormones and what do they do? Read More

Estrogen: How Is It Bad For You?

Estrogen dominance is a problem today for both sexes and all ages. Read More

Endometriosis

Xenoestrogens most often enter the body through the food supply such as meat and dairy products from “hormonally-enhanced” animals. Read More

EFAs and Womens Health

Essential fatty acid supplementation provides an important addition to a whole foods diet and can be particularly beneficial if you are at higher risk for certain health problems or have a chronic health problem such as the ones that we have discussed. Read More

Correct Estrogen Excess & Obesity

DeAromatase answers the excess estrogen problem weight gain by several actions. The conversion of androstenedione and testosterone into estrogen is blocked by DA.. Read More

Hormone Replacement Therapy

Major side effects from the new drug therapy that are chalked up to the “disease” itself Read More

Hormonal Problems

The body manufactures both Estrogens and progesterone, these hormones must be in balance. Read More