Did you know fat cells can survive in your body for 10 years? And that fat cells can retain artificial chemicals that act like excessive estrogen in your body? Here, in clear and straight-forward terms, Anthony G. Jay, Ph.D., reveals in Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile, how you can definitively avoid estrogenic exposures.
Estrogenics are things that bind or “stick” to estrogen receptors in your body. Are flax and soy “health” foods? Are vinyl crib mattresses giving off “estrogenic emissions?” What about sunscreens and soaps? Red 40 food coloring? Grains? These are just some of the culprits mentioned in the book.
Estrogeneration is the captivating adventure story of young Anthony Jay moving to Florida, meeting his future wife Allison, and becoming swept up with Allison in the pursuit of a giant tarpon fish. It is also a tale of “natural” versus “unnatural” as Anthony discovers and identifies specific artificial estrogens in his everyday environment.
It has become clear that our current system needs an overhaul, or we will no longer even outlast the lifespans of our predecessors. Our trust in the current political and medical systems seems to be diminishing, along with our testosterone, our muscle-mass, and our fertility. Meanwhile, rates of obesity, cancer, blood clots, depression, and allergies are on the rise far beyond population increase percentages, all otherwise known as “estrogenics.”
Estrogenics are a clear and present danger and, according to Jay, relate to most of our modern health epidemics. They are destroying us, and they are destroying the wildlife around us. How can you reverse this mess or, at the very least, how can you and your family be protected? It starts with artificial estrogens and what to do to carefully avoid them.
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What will your legacy be, and how long will it endure? What actions in your life come to mind when you think of your legacy? Let the tips you learn in Estrogeneration guide you to being who you want to be.