These hormones are in a delicate balance, and when they are offset by the food we eat or environmental toxins, health issues can occur.
Estrogen dominance is a very common problem for men, women, and children in modern life due to the excessive amounts of estrogen in our environments.
False or xenoestrogens are found in our food and water, soil, and many of the items we use in our daily tasks – plastics, clothing, personal care products, materials used for buildings, carpets and furniture, cleaning products, containers, and so on.
These substances have had a profound effect on our bodies and our health.
Discovering the root cause of health ailments Before I changed my eating habits, I was consuming alcohol and eating a lot of processed foods regularly (what can I say, I used to party a lot and enjoyed having a good time a little too much! Because I was a music promoter and event coordinator for my local underground music community, I’d often keep hectic social schedules and stay out late.
I could make my own, but this is something I haven’t started doing yet – it’s on my list.
Fibrocystic breast condition and other benign lumps are often a symptom of estrogen-dominance.
This occurs when there is a deficit or excess of estrogen due and little no no progesterone in the body.
I can’t always afford organic or sustainable, but I do the very best I can.
I make most everything from scratch including salad dressings, sauces, and condiments (when I can).