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

Italian Guacamole

Italian Guacamole

Italian Guacamole — fresh basil is the rockstar of this delicious twist on classic guacamole.


3 ripe avocados, peeled and pitted
2 large cloves garlic, peeled and minced
1 jalapeno, stem and seeds removed, finely chopped
1 roma tomato, cored and finely chopped (or 3 tablespoons chopped sun-dried tomatoes)
1/2 cup finely chopped red onion
1 Tbsp. fresh lemon or lime juice
1/4 cup fresh basil leaves, finely chopped
1/2 tsp. coarse sea salt
pinch of coarse black pepper

1. Mash together all ingredients together with a fork until combined.
Season with additional salt and pepper if needed.

2. Serve immediately, or cover the bowl with plastic wrap (so that the
plastic is literally touching the entire top layer of the guacamole)
and refrigerate.


Top 10 Causes of Your Fat Gain

Unlock Your Muscle Gene Book

The top ten causes behind fat gain and the failure to maintain prime health are:

1) Frequent feeding (eating too many meals during the day),
2) Lack of nutritional and physical stress.
3) High glycemic food,
4) Wrong food combinations,
5) Excess estrogen,
6) Chemicals and synthetic additives,
7) Pro-inflammatory adipokines.
8) Deficiencies in calcium and leucine.
9) Insufficient intake of vegetables and fruit.
10) Low protein diets.

So in the list above, what do you think the causes of your fat gain?

Learn More: Unlock Your Muscle Gene Book

What is your favorite Cruciferous Vegetables?

Cruciferous vegatables

Most important anti-estrogenic foods are the cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, and cabbage. The estrogen-inhibiting and modulating effects of cruciferous indoles may explain why crucifers have been widely regarded as a cancer- preventing food.

The active ingredients in crucifers—indole 3 carbinol, DIM, and indole 3 acetate—have shown substantial capacity to shift estrogen metabolism to produce beneficial antioxidant and anti-cancerous metabolites. Cruciferous indoles work as a first defense against excess estrogen. Studies reveal that cruciferous indoles can increase the ratio of beneficial estrogen metabolites, (2-hydroxy estrogens) over harmful estrogen metabolites, (16-hydroxy estrogens). It has been established that a high ratio of the chemicals 2-hydroxy to 16-hydroxy estrogens is associated with a low risk for estrogen-related cancer.

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Chopsuey Recipe


Chopsuey Recipe
1/4 lb shrimp
1/2 lb boneless chicken
1 tsp garlic
1/2 piece cabbage, quartered
1 cup green bell pepper,sliced
1 cup red bell pepper, sliced
1 small cauliflower, cut into small pieces
1 ½ cup snow peas
1 cup carrots, sliced
1 cup onion, diced
1 cup chicken liver, sliced
Shrimp juice (derived by crushing the head of the shrimp) or use shrimp bouillon
1 1/4 cup water
Salt and pepper to taste
Cooking Procedure
1. Saute the garlic and onion
2. Add the boneless chicken and saute for 2 minutes
3. Put-in the chicken liver and let cook for 3 minutes more
4. Pour in the shrimp juice and 1 cup of water and bring to a boil. Cover the pot and simmer for 5 minutes.
5. Add the shrimp.
6. Add the oyster sauce and simmer for 2 minutes.
7. Put-in the cauliflower and cabbage then mix well
8. Add the carrots,snow peas, and bell pepper. Cover the pot and simmer for 5 minutes or until vegetables are cooked
9. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve hot. Share and Enjoy!

High Essential Fat Salad Recipe

High Essential Fat Salad

Organic mixed herbs or greens
1/4 organic avocado, sliced
1 artichoke heart (cut up)
5 pitted kalamata olives
5 organic grape tomatoes
1 teaspoon organic flax or hemp seeds, ground
1 tablespoon olive or flax seed oil
1 tablespoon organic apple cider vinegar

1. Using above ingredients, prepare each salad serving on its own plate.
2. Place mixed herbs or greens on plate. Next, place artichoke and avocado on top of greens.
3. Place 5 kalamata olives and 5 tomatoes on top for presentation.
4. Sprinkle a teaspoon of flax or hemp seed on top and then add oil and vinegar.
5. Keep in mind that since this salad is high in good fat, it is quite filling. You may want make two portions of it.

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