1. haidut

    Almost 1000 common food/drug/household chemicals are (estrogenic) carcinogens

    Back in 2023, I had an interview with Dr. Mercola in regards to estrogen and its role in many disease, especially cancer. We discussed the official classification of estrogen as a "known human carcinogen" by both the US government and WHO. That interview must have struck a nerve since a famous...
  2. cs3000

    Dont want crashed estrogen either (Vitamin D depletion & low estrogen, testicles lungs intestinal repair)

    High estrogen is clearly anti-health Some studies on the stress + cyst effects of high estrogen (along with anti-fertility/pregnancy, slow hair regrowth, & tumor promoting effects etc) But on the other side crashed estrogen isnt great either. this study showed low vit D could be 1 reason for...
  3. haidut

    NIH/Fauci-funded study shows transgenderism can be induced/modulated with estrogen

    The ever-rising rates of LGBTQ are a very controversial topic in society and we have discussed them here quite a few times, with the focus being on environmental factors as a probable cause. As such, the revelation provided by the links below is probably not a surprise to most forum readers, but...
  4. cs3000

    Some studies on the stress + cyst effects of high estrogen

    High estrogen increases stress pt 1 is stress , scroll to other half of post for cyst stuff high estrogen interferes with brain/fear inhibition, especially in females (^ This is why people with high estrogen are easily stressed especially...
  5. L


    Through research and experience, I’ve come to the conclusion that aromatase inhibition is crucial for having high testosterone. Many who take DHEA, DHT, T. etc. and don’t experience the expected conditions of having high T, may benefit from the inhibition of aromatase. Well cooked button...
  6. haidut

    Fat increases estrogen synthesis, even in menopausal females; glucose lowers it

    A fascinating study, which provides a number of important findings and insights. First, the study shows that fat (from diet or lipolysis) drives estrogen production not only in fat cells (which has been known for decades, even by mainstream medicine), but also in other organs typically not...
  7. haidut

    PUFA (linoleic acid) is a true estrogen, similar to estradiol

    This is one of those studies that, in my view, largely puts the debate about PUFA to rest. If PUFA, as the study found, is a direct xeno-estrogen at the receptor level, and can cause the same genomic effects as estradiol, then it is a moot point to argue about any "benefits" of that lipid. Why...
  8. cs3000

    The different impact between Vitamin E forms on cancer growth

    estrogen stimulated breast cancer (desirable effect from alpha, delta, gamma, or gamma mixed tocopherols) 0.2% of diet (>1g tocopherol human?) alpha slowed estrogen cancer, gamma and delta performed better. but mixed tocopherols high in...
  9. haidut

    Muscular dystrophy may be driven by estrogen

    Aside from implicating estrogen in yet another "mysterious" chronic, incurable condition the study below is also worth considering due to the fact that the cases it looked at were all "hereditary" muscular dystrophy. Why put hereditary in quotes? Well, because as the study makes it quite clear...
  10. tastyfood

    Is summing estradiol, estrone, and estriol the right way to calculate total estrogen levels in serum?

    I was looking at some old estrogen tests I had done, and noticed the the total estrogens doesn't match with the sum of estradiol and estrone, even if they are measured in the same units. Does anyone know if the total estrogens is supposed to be the arithmetic sum of estradiol, estrone, and...
  11. Hans

    Topical DHEA can suppress you (and increase testosterone)!
  12. Hans

    The Unexpected Downsides of Resveratrol as an Aromatase Inhibitor
  13. haidut

    Estrogen causes prostate fibrosis (cancer?), DHT prevents/treats it

    Slowly, but surely, the myth of the "evil" dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and the "beneficial" estrogen, when it comes to prostate health, is going the way of the dodo. In fact, people I know who work in research circles say that the "androgen hypothesis" in prostate cancer is no longer being taken...
  14. Hans

    Androstenedione for maximizing testosterone; good or no? --------------- TL: DR Androstenedione: Increases T very mildly and only short term, before it causes suppression and enhances testosterone excretion. Increases estrogens to a great extent and for longer...
  15. Hans

    Optimize your testosterone-to-estrogen ratio with thyroid
  16. BlackMolasses

    Could progesterone correct a problem of insomnia in a postmenopausal woman?

    My mother is in menopause and suffers from insomnia, she has obvious signs of too high levels of estradiol (hot flashes, aggressiveness and emotional instability, insomnia?...). Could progesterone help counter balance the problems of menopause by antagonizing estradiol? Would it have any harmful...
  17. haidut

    DHT blocks, androgen antagonists promote breast cancer

    The first claim of the title is already well-known to my readers and to clinical practice. DHT was clinically used back in the middle of the 20th century as a treatment for breast cancer, and the synthetic androgen Drostanolone (Masteron), which still retains its approval by FDA for breast...
  18. Gûs80

    Could aromatase inhibitors be useful in autoimmune diseases?

    Dr Ray Peat mentions in some articles that the cause of autoimmune diseases is high estrogen. Considering this, has anyone seen benefits from using a pharmaceutical aromatase inhibitor? I have a positive ANA marker for Lupus/Sjogren's, and even though it's low, I have several of the symptoms of...
  19. haidut

    Estrogen associated with arterial stiffness in women

    Blood pressure rises with age, and most people over the age of 50 are on some type of blood pressure controlling medication. It is well-known that blood vessels calcify/stiffen with age and that such stiffness is what leads to increased blood pressure - i.e. the inability of vessels to...
  20. haidut

    Low testosterone (T) and/or high estrogen/T ratio predict COVID-19 mortality

    So, there we have it - yet another shameless lie exposed. After claiming completely evidence-free since the beginning of 2020 that high androgen levels are detrimental to males when it comes to COVID-19, mainstream medicine now gets to see its lies/incompetence exposed. Those shameless lies...
Top Bottom