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Hormone Disruptors

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X is for Xenoestrogens

Maybe you’ve heard of xenoestrogens but don’t really know what they are or how they work in your body.  I’m going to explain what they are and why I try to minimize them in my life and more importantly to me – in my children’s lives. Xenoestrogen means foreign estrogen – which basically means any outside substance that acts like estrogen …

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Toxins in our Food

Known and Suspected Hormone Disruptors

It would be irresponsible of me to not discuss hormone disruptors on a website about hormone health.  My own hormone health issues have made me question healthcare, medication, and nutrition and yes, hormone disruptors all around me.  Knowledge is power – the positive outcomes I have had with my hormone health have been as a direct …

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Bromine: A Bully In the Endocrine Olympics

Did you know that everyday you have all sorts of little receptors in your body engaged in an Olympic-level competition?  Of course we aren’t really aware of it unless it starts to show symptoms.  Once we have symptoms we go to the doctor for treatment.  Here’s the thing that bothers me – even with appropriate …

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How I Reduce My Family’s Exposure to Hormone Disruptors

I’ve been estrogen dominant my entire adult life – it has affected my life in profound ways.  I know I’m not the only woman who is living with disrupted hormones.  Sure I use compounded hormone cream to achieve balance, but what’s the point of using hormones to balance if I’m going to just spend my …

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