The sex-hormone, Oestrogen. We are all familiar with what it is, however, do we really understand the dangerous effect it can have and also how frequent it can be within your home. Oestrogen, the killer in our midst by Chris Woolams M.A is an insightful, staggering informative handbook on the research of oestrogens and its connection to many types of cancers in females and males.
Oestrogens, come in various sizes, shapes, human oestrogen, levels of potency, plant-based oestrogen and chemical-bases oestrogen. The handbook ‘Oestrogen, the killer in our midst’, measures the different types of oestrogens in detail and their sole effect it has on a cell.
What to Avoid with Hair Loss Treatments Sydney – Xenoestrogens:
- Xenoestrogens are chemicals mimicking our hormones
- Be aware of ingredients in your household items
- Is also in soaps, cosmetics and children’s toys
- Occurs in pesticides, herbicides, solvents, plastics and cans
Whilst also driving cancer, oestrogens can bring on early menstruation in females, significantly change your levels, encourage endometriosis and PCOS. In males, it is known to be linked to a decline of sperm count and an enlarged prostate. The piece of information that I learnt which was most eye-opening was the most dangerous type of estrogen, Xenoestrogens – what it is and where this can be found. Described as an ‘oestrogen-mimicking’ chemicals, Xenoestrogens can occur in herbicides, pesticides, solvents, cans and plastics, in your cosmetics and daily soaps and surprisingly, even in your child’s toys!
This handbook is informative with credible sources and studies, as well as being simple yet important, this also includes steps to reducing the impacting negative amounts of oestrogen in your everyday life, by changing your eating and sleeping habits and to be conscious of the ingredients in your daily household products.
To make sure I, not only live with peace of mind in a healthful life, also so my body has a better chance of fighting a disease. I will definitely be introducing these simple steps into my everyday life. Contact Absolique Hair Health Clinic Sydney for more information on What to Avoid with Hair Loss Treatments Sydney – Xenoestrogens and a free schedule of common ingredients to avoid in your personal care and household products. Call 02 8014 6916 or email Absolique Trichologist Sydney at firstname.lastname@example.org Book review by Absolique Team member Irene O’Neill.
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