Monday, July 2, 2012

Men - Got Boobs

Men may be surprised to learn that their bodies can produce an acidic waste product called estrogen from glandular function - just like in women.  When this acidic hormone increases in males, feminization can occur resulting in the breakdown and loss of muscle mass, increased fatty tissue to park excess estrogen, destruction of sperm, man-boobs to park this toxic acidic waste product away from the organs that sustain life and an emotional shift towards feeling more female.  Having high acidic estrogen can not only cause you to gain body fat in the chest and lower abdominal area but it can lead to numerous health and social issues and dis-eases. Unfortunately more and more males are suffering from increasingly high acidic estrogen levels and this is leading to the continued feminization of the male species as we know it leading to increased shifts in sexuality.  Synthetic acidic estrogens are fed to dairy cattle to encourage more milk production but all dairy products, including organic, contain high levels of naturally occurring estrogens simply because the milk comes from a lactating female.

Natural acidic estrogens are up to 100,000 times more potent than their environmental counterparts, such as the estrogen-like compounds in pesticides. "Among the routes of human exposure to acidic estrogens, we are mostly concerned about cow's milk, which contains considerable amounts of female sex hormones," Ganmaa Davaasambuu, a physician and working scientist (Harvard School of Public Health) with a Ph.D. in Environmental Health, says. Dairy, she adds, accounts for 60 percent to 80 percent of estrogens consumed. Part of the problem seems to be milk from modern dairy farms, where cows are milked about 300 days a year. For much of that time, the cows are pregnant. The later in pregnancy a cow is, the more hormones appear in her milk. The link between cancer and dietary hormones - estrogen in particular - has been a source of great concern among scientists, said Ganmaa, but it has not been widely studied or discussed. The potential for risk is large."

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