Avoid Consuming Estrogenic Foods And Herbs

Avoid consuming estrogenic foods and herbs.

− Avoid soy products and soy isoflavone
− Minimize intake of conventional meat and dairy.
− Minimize intake of non-organic produce
− Do not use licorice, clover, black cohosh, angelica or forskohlii supplements.
− Do not binge drink. Excessive alcohol intake promotes excess estrogen.
− Minimize beer consumption – beer contains hops which is highly estrogenic.
− Minimize intake of omega-6 vegetable oils such as canola, corn, safflower, and soy, which have shown to induce estrogenic effects when not balanced with omega-3 oils (fish, flaxseed, hempseed oil).

For information about estrogen/progesterone check the Anti-Estrogenic Diet.


Do We Need To Take Glutathione Supplements?

Do We Need To Take Glutathione Supplements

Do we need to take glutathione supplements or can we get better results from food alone?

Glutathione is a key cellular component, known as the body’s most powerful antioxidant. It is a tri-peptide constructed from three amino acids through a special enzymatic process and appears in all cells and tissues. There is currently a great hype about glutathione supplementation, highly popularized as a “miracle” means to boost health, prevent disease and fight aging. But since the issue of glutathione supplementation involves lots of misinformation (similar to the issue of vitamin supplementation) it’s important to examine the facts.

Read More: Do We Need To Take Glutathione Supplements?

Supplement Your Diet With Natural Estrogen Inhibitors

Supplement Your Diet With Natural Estrogen Inhibitors

− Indoles (cruciferous vegetables)
− Apigenine (chamomile flower)
− Chyrsin (passion flower)
− Quercitine (onion & garlic)
− Naringenin (citrus fruits)
− Curcumin (turmeric and curry)
− Resveratrol (red grapes & wine)
− Omega 3 EFA (flax seed, hempseed, fish oil)
− Alpha-lactalbumin (pasture fed cows’ whey)
− CLA (pasture fed cows’ cheese and whey)
− Ellagic acid (amla berries and raspberries)

Preliminary studies indicated that natural estrogen inhibitors work best when combined together.

For information about estrogen/progesterone check the Anti-Estrogenic Diet book.

Nuts and Seeds – Support Testosterone

Nuts and Seeds – Support Testosterone

It is very likely that humans have primarily adapted to nuts and seeds as a main source of fuel. Nuts and seeds have also been a great source of nutrients that support the hormonal system. Apparently, humans have adapted to better survive on a high fat, hormonal boosting diet.

Those who follow a similar diet today may be surprised to notice a substantial improvement in their capacity to sustain energy and get leaner, in spite of the overall increase in calorie intake. Most importantly, by going down on the food chain and increasing the intake of these progesterone and testosterone boosting foods, it is possible to gradually counteract an excess of estrogen in the body.

A high fat diet, combined with estrogen inhibitors, liver detoxifying herbs and prostate enlargement alleviating herbs, would most likely be the best way to sustain health and virility for life.

Learn the Two Staple Foods in Early Human Diet

Avoid Excessive Alcohol Consumption

Avoid excessive alcohol consumption

Avoid excessive alcohol consumption. Minimize beer intake. The case of alcohol might seem paradoxical. Here is how in small serving alcohol triggers a stress response that is actually beneficial. However in large amounts such as several shots of liquor or equivalent mixes of alcohol and sugar (or fruit juices), alcohol causes a mirade of adverse effects including over-glycemic response, insulin resistance, increased liver stress and increased estrogen (increased 16 hydroxy estrogen metabolites) levels. Also note that the seemingly loud behavior of the drunk is not a reflection of high testosterone. A dysfunctional liver due to alcohol or chemical toxicity is a major contributor to insulin resistance and impaired fat metabolism.

For information about estrogen/progesterone check the Anti-Estrogenic Diet book.