“We are inundated with propaganda that tells us we can “stay young” with bio-identical estrogen, flax, and soy based products, when in fact these recommendations are literally killing women. Excessive estrogen is the main culprit of breast cancer, yet estrogen therapies have become the mantra for breast health” – Wendy Sellens
The medical industry can skew any study, review, or research depending on what their intention is and what will be the most profitable.
The saddest part.
We are all being played.
How many times have you heard that soy + flax are fantastic for your hormones?
I’l never forget the day I walked into the ND office riddled with estrogen symptoms and was told to add more soy and cruciferous vegetables and seed cycle with flax, as well as take DIM supplement. After I had already been on the birth control pill for 12 years. Holistic healthcare can be dangerous.
Here’s the deal. We live is a highly estrogenic world. We are all ridden with estrogen and most of our hormonal problems come back to an imbalance between estrogen and progesterone.
If you were vegan, fed soy milk or formula as a baby, seed cycled for “hormone balance” took birth control pills or bio-identical estrogen, added flax to your smoothies, took DIM supplements, and ate all the plant estrogens this is not to scare you!
You know better you do better. First step. Knock it off.
Next step. Evaluate your estrogen burden.
That includes the phytoestrogens above as well as those found in skincare, makeup, tap water, plastics, cooking utensils, cleaning supplies, etc…
Third step. Eat a metabolically supporting diet that works for YOUR physiology, address mineral imbalances and get your gut in check.
Girlfriend, you are smarter than this.
Stop being fooled into thinking this garbage will balance your hormones. Your body knows best, really truly listen to it. I can guarantee it’s not jumping for joy every time you give it that man made soy milk or vegan burger and that flax seed waste product.
Your breasts don’t lie. Dr. Hobbins spent his career studying the impacts of these such things on breast health using thermographs.
Not medical advice.