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Xenoestrogens: Foreign Endocrine Disruptors Detrimental Effects on Health and Human Reproduction.

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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 05:27 AM
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What is estrogen?

"Extrogen is one of two female hormones that women have. The other one is progesterone. Estrogen is responsible for female physical features and reproduction. Men have estrogen too, but in smaller amounts."

Some specific symptoms of excess estrogen:

*In women excess estrogen can lead to weight gain, menstrual problems(light or heavy bleeding etc), worsening of premenstrual syndrome, fybrocystic breasts(non-cancerous breast lumps), fibroids (non-cancerous tumors) in the uterus, infertility problems, fatigue, loss of sex drive, feeling depressed or anxious etc.

*In men an excessive amount of estrogen can cause obesity, enlarged breasts (gynecomastia), poor erections, and infertility.

*In children an excessive amount of estrogen causes precocious puberty (early puberty).

Of course estrogen balance is important in both females and males. But when estrogen exists in the human body in excessive amounts, or in smaller amounts, it causes a myriad of health illnesses and disorders in both men and women.

Unfortunately these days xenoestrogens exists in excessive amounts in our environment.

Xenoestrogens

We are constantly being exposed to Xenoestrogens, which are foreign estrogen hormones that imitate estrogen, but many synthetic estrogens are stronger than estrogen. In essence Xenoestrogens are a synthetic female hormone which does cause hormonal disbalance(unbalance), disorders, and illness when estrogen exists in excess in the human body.

We have seen an increase in the incidence of precocious puberty in girls who are turning into women at an earlier age, and this is directly related to the amount of xenoestrogens that we are all exposed to.

Of course, the excess amount of xenoestrogen (Estrogen Disruptor, or ED) also affects boys and older people.


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The potential of EDs to cause precocious puberty has first been noticed in the early 1990s. Afterwards, the effects of EDs on the onset and course of puberty have been demonstrated in numerous animal and human studies and, subsequently, the use of some of these chemicals has even been prohibited.
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Synthetic Endocrine Disruptors

Diethylstilbestrol (DES) is the best known ED with strong estrogenic activity. It was first synthesized in 1938 and has since been widely used worldwide for medical indications including pregnancy toxemia and preterm labor. However, a twofold increase in breast cancer incidence was observed in mothers exposed to DES. It was also shown that the incidence of cervical cancer, ovarian germ cell cancer, cervical or vaginal dysplasia, and vaginal clear-cell adenocarcinoma was increased in female infants born to mothers exposed to DES (12). The production or marketing of this chemical is prohibited since 1997.

Many chemicals including pesticides, fungicides, herbicides h2o used in agriculture, cleaning substances used in daily life, contents of cosmetic products, dyes, plastic substances and solvents are likely to be EDs. As neutralization or inactivation is difficult and most of these substances often accumulate in fat tissue, they may persist in the body for long periods of time and cause harmful effects (4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11). Time of exposure to EDs is important in terms of their detrimental effects. Male rodents exposed to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) in intrauterine life were found to experience problems in masculinization of internal and external genitalia, descent of testicles, androgen production and in spermatogenesis.

Environmental exposure to xenoestrogens and oestrogen related cancers: reproductive system, breast, lung, kidney, pancreas, and brain

Effects of Environmental Endocrine Disruptors on Pubertal Development

We have also seen animals, and fish develop early puberty and changes in sex increasing due to the xenoestrogens they are being exposed to.

Xenoestrogens Ethinyl Estradiol and Zearalenone Cause Precocious Puberty in Female Rats via Central Kisspeptin Signaling.

Long-term exposure to xenoestrogens alters some brain monoamines and both serum thyroid hormones and cortisol levels in adult male rats

Water treatment plants are releasing xenoestrogens into our tap water. (filter your tap water)

Reproductive Disruption in Fish Downstream from an Estrogenic Wastewater Effluent

Endocrine disruptors and population declines

Our foods have additives which are also endocrine disruptors (xenoestrogens)
Some Food Additives Mimic Human Hormones

Xenoestrogens can also increase the risk of several types of cancer.

Environmental exposure to xenoestrogens and oestrogen related cancers: reproductive system, breast, lung, kidney, pancreas, and brain

Xenoestrogens are widely used in agriculture and commercial manufacturing:

Commercially raised meats are raised with bovine growth hormones which contain xenoestrogens. Meats from organic animals are safer as they will contain less xenoestrogens.

Anything that contains insecticides, or pesticide residues containing Methoxychlor and Vinclozin, also xenoestrogens.

Shampoos, lotions, creams, toothpastes and other cosmetic products that use paraben or phenoxyethanol chemical compounds (xenoestrogens).

Some polymers used in dental sealants or composites are also xenoestrogens.
Bisphenol A in dental sealants and its estrogen like effect

Laundry and dish detergents, antioxydants, lubricated oil additives that use nonylphenols which is another family of compounds that mimic estrogen.

Soft plastics (Polycarbonate plastic) are treated with phthalates(a xenoestrogen) to increase flexibility. Another plastics component bisphenol-A [(BPA) is also a xenoestrogen. Baby bottles, and water bottles contain bisphenol-A (BPA), as well as other plastic products.

Epoxy resins used as lining to coat the inside of food and beverage cans.(xenoestrogen)

Artificial food additives and preservatives such as propyl gallate and 4-hexyl resorcinol (both xenoestrogens)

There are food supplements that also mimic estrogen such as soy protein and soy protein isolate. It is recommended that soy products be ingested moderately, and not by infants or pregnant women.

Even the receipts we get at the grocery store, and anywhere paper receipts are handed to costumers are a source of xenoestrogen, since the ink contain Bisphenol-A (BPA) which has been found to change adult male aquatic animals into females.

Would you like your receipt? Maybe not, if it’s still coated with BPA.

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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 05:27 AM
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(Disclaimer: This thread is not being posted to insult or demean anyone. If you are going to participate please read all the information provided in the thread, and in the end make an informed response.)

Other products that contain xenoestrogens include dryer sheets, disposable menstrual products, birth control pills and hormone replacement suplements.

Top 10 Xenoestrogens, the Primary Cause of Estrogen Dominance


Harmful or Harmless: Soy Lecithin

Some information about the author of the above article can be found here


Xenoestrogens induce infertility, affect the reproductive system of animals, including mammals, and feminize animal life and can affect humans and our reproductive systems as well as our brains.


Plastic Chemical Linked to Changes in Baby Boys' Genitals

Boys exposed in the womb to high levels are born with slightly altered genital development

By Lindsey Konkel, Environmental Health News on October 29, 2014

A study of nearly 200 Swedish babies is the first to link the chemical di-isononyl phthalate (DiNP) to changes in the development of the human male reproductive tract. Credit: moodboard via Thinkstock

Boys exposed in the womb to high levels of a chemical found in vinyl products are born with slightly altered genital development, according to research published today.

The study of nearly 200 Swedish babies is the first to link the chemical di-isononyl phthalate (DiNP) to changes in the development of the human male reproductive tract.

Previous studies of baby boys in three countries found that a similar plastics chemical, DEHP, was associated with the same type of changes in their genitalia.
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www.scientificamerican.com...


Two-year-olds at risk from 'gender-bending' chemicals, report says

Owen Bowcott
@owenbowcott

EU council urged to look at cumulative effect
• Campaigners fear controls will not be tough enough

Two-year-old children are being exposed to dangerous levels of hormone-disrupting chemicals in domestic products such as rubber clogs and sun creams, according to an EU investigation being studied by the government.

The 327-page report says that while risks from "anti-androgen" and "oestrogen-like" substances in individual items have been recognised, the cumulative impact of such chemicals, particularly on boys, is being ignored.

The EU's environment council of ministers is due to agree on a regulatory approach to the use of so-called "gender-bender" compounds before Christmas. On Monday, EU officials will try to work out a strategy for creating risk assessments of products causing concerns. Environmental campaigners fear controls will favour industry and not be sufficiently robust.

Phthalates, one of the main anti-androgen chemicals, which are used as softeners in soap, rubber shoes, bath mats and soft toys, have been blamed for blocking the action of testosterone in the womb and are alleged to cause low sperm counts, high rates of testicular cancer and malformations of the sexual organs.

www.theguardian.com...

TOXICOLOGICAL PROFILE FOR BISPHENOL A

Estrogen Actions in the Brain and the Basis for Differential Action in Men and Women: A Case for Sex-Specific Medicines

It took 38 years for western governments to start the ban on Diethylstilbestrol (DES). It was first synthesized in 1938, and started getting banned in 1971, but it was only completely banned in first world countries in 1997.

During that time women were told that DES would prevent pregnancy toxemia and preterm labor (miscarriage prevention), but after decades of used it was eventually banned due to the increased evidence that DES caused/causes a doubling of cancer rates in women and their offsprings. DES is still being used in some parts of the world.

It has been a couple of decades at least that enough evidence has been found on other xenoestrogens to which we are being exposed and which are detrimental to our health.
Yet instead of banning these chemical coumpounds, we have the governments of the world reinforce the effects of these xenoestrogens by implementing and enforcing programs and laws that promote gender dysphoria as "just being natural". Are some cases of gender dysphoria natural? Sure they can be. But show me a man, or a woman a sher/ze/hir etc that has gender dysphoria and hasn't been affected by xenoestrogens.

To this date we have men, and women still living, in their 30s and 40s+ who were affected by DES because their mothers were told it was safe. These people are known as DES children.

www.cdc.gov...

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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 05:30 AM
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(Disclaimer: please do not take offense, this thread isn't posted to insult anyone or the lifestyle they choose. It is simply gathered information for those that want to inform themselves)


The Presence of Gender Dysphoria, Transsexualism, and Disorders of Sexual Differentiation in Males Prenatally Exposed to Diethylstilbestrol: Initial Evidence from a 5-Year Study


By Scott P. Kerlin, Ph.D., DES Sons International Network
Kingston, Ontario Canada
Contact: skerlin2000@yahoo.com

Paper Presented at 6th Annual E-Hormone Conference, New Orleans, October 27-30, 2004

Introduction and Background

During the 1970s and 1980s an increasing amount of public and scientific attention was paid to the health and medical problems of women and men whose mothers and grandmothers took diethylstilbestrol (DES) for prevention of miscarriage. A potent estrogenic chemical, DES was first developed in 1938 and initially became available in the U.S. for treating a range of gynecologic conditions in 1941 (Apfel and Fisher, 1984). A few years later its approval by the FDA was broadened to include treatment of pregnant women for the purpose of preventing miscarriages (spontaneous abortions). Though its efficacy had long been doubted by some in the medical community (Bambigboye and Morris, 2003; Dieckmann, 1953; Edelman, 1986), DES remained popular until publication of research in the early 1970s identifying an apparent association between prenatal exposure to DES and a rare form of vaginal cancer in females (commonly calledDES daughters”) whose mothers used DES
(Giuti, Iwamato, and Hatch, 1995; Heinonen, 1973; Herbst and Bern, 1981).
It is estimated that as many as five to ten million Americans received DES during pregnancy or were exposed to the drug in utero between the late 1940s and early 1970s (Giusti, Iwamoto, and Hatch, 1995). The numbers of male offspring exposed in utero to DES (“DES sons”) have been estimated at between one and three million in the U.S. (Laitman, Jonler, and Messing, 1997) and similar estimates exist for the numbers of American females exposed in utero (Edelman, 1986). Hundreds of thousands of DES sons and daughters were also born in Canada, Europe and Australia during a similar period.
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www.antijen.org...


Daily news

27 May 2005
‘Gender-bending’ chemicals found to ‘feminise’ boys

By Andy Coghlan

Gender-bendingchemicals mimicking the female hormone oestrogen can disrupt the development of baby boys, suggests the first evidence linking certain chemicals in everyday plastics to effects in humans.

The chemicals implicated are phthalates, which make plastics more pliable in many cosmetics, toys, baby-feeding bottles and paints and can leak into water and food.

All previous studies suggesting these chemicals blunt the influence of the male hormone testosterone on healthy development of males have been in animals. “This research highlights the need for tougher controls of gender-bending chemicals,” says Gwynne Lyons, toxics adviser to the WWF, UK. Otherwise, “wildlife and baby boys will be the losers”.

The incriminating findings came from a study of 85 baby boys born to women exposed to everyday levels of phthalates during pregnancy. It was carried out by Shanna Swan at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, New York, US, and colleagues.

As an index of feminisation, she measured the “anogenital distance” (AGD) between the anus and to the base of the penis. She also measured the volume of each boy’s penis. Earlier studies have shown that the AGD is twice in boys what it is in girls, mainly because in boys the hormone testosterone extends the length of the perineum separating the anus from the testicles.
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www.newscientist.com...

There have been some research papers that put in doubt the detrimental effects of some xenoestrogens, but there are far more research papers that prove the oposite, including newer studies.


Environ Health Perspect; DOI:10.1289/ehp.1408163
Prenatal Phthalate Exposures and Anogenital Distance in Swedish Boys

Carl-Gustaf Bornehag,1 Fredrik Carlstedt,2 Bo AG. Jönsson,3 Christian H. Lindh,3 Tina K. Jensen,4 Anna Bodin,2 Carin Jonsson,2 Staffan Janson,1 and Shanna H. Swan5
Author Affiliations Close
1Department of Health Sciences, Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden; 2County Council of Värmland, Karlstad, Sweden; 3Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Lund University, Lund, Sweden; 4Department of Environmental Medicine, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark; 5Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, New York, USA
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Conclusions: These findings call into question the safety of substituting DiNP for DEHP in soft PVC, particularly because a shorter male AGD has been shown to relate to male genital birth defects in children and impaired reproductive function in adult males and the fact that human levels of DiNP are increasing globally.
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ehp.niehs.nih.gov...

There have been many scientific surveys/reports done by several environmental and health related agencies, including:

The "Danish Ministry of the Environment", under the auspices of the Danish Environmental Protection Agency.

Survey and Health Assessment of the exposure of 2 year-olds to chemical substances in Consumer Products

en.mfvm.dk...

The Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP)

Prenatal Phthalate Exposures and Anogenital Distance in Swedish Boys


What's worse, the amounts of xenoestrogens to which we, including children, are being exposed has increased and despite dozens and dozens of research papers demonstrating this, the governments of the world are not trying to fight against the causes. They are in fact reinforcing the effects of xenoestrogens.

But why exactly would they do this?

We have been inundated for over a decade now, if not more, about "over population" and the necessity for "population controls".

In third world countries the elites, and leaders of the world have enforced forced sterilization in countries like India, South America, and Africa.

India mass sterilisation: women were ‘forced’ into camps, say relatives

Even the Gates Foundation, and UK aid have had a hand in helping western governments to sterilize women, and men in third world nations.

UK aid helps to fund forced sterilisation of India's poor

But seriously, are we to even believe that in first world nations such forced sterilization wasn't implemented in the past?

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1976: Government admits forced sterilization of Indian Women

A study by the U.S. General Accounting Office finds that 4 of the 12 Indian Health Service regions sterilized 3,406 American Indian women without their permission between 1973 and 1976. The GAO finds that 36 women under age 21 had been forcibly sterilized during this period despite a court-ordered moratorium on sterilizations of women younger than 21.

Two years earlier, an independent study by Dr. Connie Pinkerton-Uri, Choctaw/Cherokee, found that one in four American Indian women had been sterilized without her consent. PInkerton-Uri’s research indicated that the Indian Health Service had “singled out full-blooded Indian women for sterilization procedures.”
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1976: Government admits forced sterilization of Indian Women

Eugenics: Compulsory Sterilization in 50 American States

But they knew this could not continue happening the same way in industrialized nations in the 21st century, when we have more readily access to information, including the internet.
Instead the enforcement of "population control" have taken more subversive approaches.

Perhaps the adverse effects of ED (endocrine disruptors) was found perchance at first. But over the course of the decades, more and more endocrine disruptors have been introduced in our environment, and despite the evidence showing such adverse effects, nothing is being done to stop them but instead the effects are being reinforced with government mandated programs.

Under the guise of "humanitarianism" the wealthiest people in the world, and world governments have been sterilizing millions of people.

Humanitarians like David Rockefeller (The Rockefeller Foundation), Bill and Melinda Gates, etc have been behind this global goal to forcibly sterilize millions, and indoctrinate people into believing they need abortions to control their lives and bodies. But you won't find abortion clinics in the wealthy areas these world leaders live in. You find these clinics in poor areas, and other areas considered by the elites as risk areas and a threat that needs to be dealt with.

Eugenics Today: How Vaccines Are Used to Sterilize the Masses

For example. Notice some of the language used by the Rockefeller Foundation in 1968.


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The Rockefeller Foundation is one of the largest of the general-purpose foundations. Its financial resources, however, represent only a small element in the total of private and public funds available for investment in health, nutrition, science, education

What's more the inquiry by researchers into developing "better vaccine fertilization methods" hasn't stopped.
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www.rockefellerfoundation.org...


The WHO Task Force on Vaccines for Fertility Regulation. Its formation, objectives and research activities

P.D. Griffin
Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction, World Health Organization 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland


Abstract
Over the past 18 years, the WHO Task Force on Vaccines for Fertility Regulation has been supporting basic and clinical research on the development of birth control vaccines directed against the gametes or the preimplantation embryo. These studies have involved the use of advanced procedures in peptide chemistry, hybridoma technology and molecular genetics as well as the evaluation of a number of novel approaches in general vaccinology. As a result of this inter national, collaborative effort, a prototype anti-HCG vaccine is now undergoing clinical testing, raising the prospect that a totally new family planning method may be available before the end of the current decade.

humrep.oxfordjournals.org...


Representing Users’ Bodies: The Gendered Development of Anti-Fertility Vaccines

Jessika van Kammen
University of Amsterdam

Abstract

This article is about the ways in which representations of users’ bodies mediate in the designers’ configuration of anti-fertility vaccines and their future users. Anti-fertility vaccines are a novel and not yet available method to regulate fertility. The researchers involved claim that anti-fertility vaccines can be developed for both men and women. But in the material and political specificities of the research contexts, representations of male bodies as users have disappeared, and most research involves the development of a method to be used by women. Anti-fertility vaccines therefore provide an opportunity to study when the sex of future users is deemed relevant by the researchers. This article explores how the fact that most anti-fertility vaccines are developed for female users can be explained without resorting to biological or cultural determinism. How much room for maneuver did the researchers have in defining the vaccines and their users?

sth.sagepub.com...

Of course, the search for such vaccines that would induce infertility, and in essence "reduce the populations of the world" started decades ago.



The W.H.O. Expanded Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction
A. Kessler and C. C. Standley
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences
Vol. 195, No. 1118, A Discussion on Contraceptives of the Future (Dec. 10, 1976), pp. 129-136
Published by: Royal Society
Stable URL: www.jstor.org...
Page Count: 8


Abstract
The World Health Organization Expanded Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction was established in 1972 to improve existing methods of fertility regulation, develop new methods and assist national authorities in devising the best ways of providing them on a continuing basis. Strengthening of national resources to carry out research in this field forms an important part of the programme. The programme is closely integrated with other W.H.O. research in human reproduction and in maternal and child health, and is closely linked with W.H.O.'s technical assistance programmes to governments. Research is being conducted by more than 650 scientists in 60 countries on a variety of methods that includes pills for women and men; injectables, again for both sexes; intra-uterine devices; vaginal rings; intracervical devices; rhythm methods; sterilization; termination of pregnancy; postcoital preparations; and birth control vaccines. The effectiveness, safety, acceptability and programme implications of these methods is being studied in populations of different constitutions and environments.

www.jstor.org...

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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 05:32 AM
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The 1986 bulletin of the World Health Organization states, and I quote:


Male fertility regulation: recent advances*

G.M.H. WAITES'

Acceptable antifertility drugs for men are proving difficult to produce. Such drugs must aim to achieve complete azoospermia over a long period.
This requirement may be relaxed only if it can be shown that the residual sperm produced by men whose spermatogenesis has been suppressed by antifertility drugs to oligo-spermia are incapable of fertilizing ova.
Hormonal methods involving suppression of the secretion of gonadotrophin hormones by the pituitary gland invariably require androgen supplementation, and the use of steroids either alone or in combination requires careful monitoring for their side-effects.
A chemical (non-hormonal) approach involving the incapacitation of sperm in the epididymis has been shown to be feasible in animal studies using o-chlorohydrin and 6-chloro-6-deoxy sugars, although such compounds cannot be developed for human use because of their toxicity. Immunological approaches have the inherent problem of delivery of the antibody to the target.
While the search for new and safer chemical and hormonal approaches goes on, the recent evidence that vasectomy offers a safe surgical option leaves responsible men with some choice to add to the condom.
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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...

The above research was obtained from.
www.globalresearch.ca

Under the guise of "humanitarianism" and "the progress of reproductive health" millions of people in first world nations have been led to believe that; "abortion is the choice women need to take control of their lives". Of course, this is a lie, you don't need to perform an abortion to get control of your life.

If women had been told flat out the original, and real reason for the propaganda behind abortion, a lot less people would have accepted and agreed to it. However, tell people, and women that "abortion is your right because it gives you control of your life" it seems that you are given a choice. But in reality that is an obvious deceptive method to get millions of people to accept abortions as "something entirely normal and needed." In the end, it is truly your choice, but will you continue playing into the "game" of the elites thinking "you made that choice"? or will you inform yourself, be better educated about the reasons behind this movement, and similar movements that have been poping up?

In this thread I have given you ample evidence of why these programs exist, to control the population, and to control you. But in the end, it is up to you to decide what you really want to do.


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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 05:54 AM
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There's a whole lot of information to deal with here, what is your main point? That everything considered unnatural (what is deemed natural in nature?) is for the reason of government population control and depopulation and we are helpless to change it?

Can't we just accept the reality that we are poisoning ourselves for the acquisition of wealth and we don't want to give up our conveniences?

toxtown.nlm.nih.gov...

toxtown.nlm.nih.gov...

Profits over public health -

www.abc.net.au...


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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 06:03 AM
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You're exposed to soy more than any other xenoestrogen. And it's a really good one.



posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 06:10 AM
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originally posted by: Bedlam
You're exposed to soy more than any other xenoestrogen. And it's a really good one.


It is only good in moderation for older women. But it shouldn't be used for children or men. It does have some benefits for men, but the detrimental effects of xenoestrogen outweigh the benefits, and in children soy products shouldn't be used.

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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 06:39 AM
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a reply to: ElectricUniverse

If you like your kids to have nards and intact thyroid glands that is.



posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 07:07 AM
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xenoestrogens exist in a variety of natural sources. Soy, Flax Seed, Red clover, and Fenugreek, to name a few.

In the body they bind to the same receptors as Testosterone and in Theory could inhibit the binding of testosterone that is naturally produced within the body.

That said, by comparison to estrogen, they are much much weaker and it would take massive dosses to have any detrimental effect, and even then, they can only connect to the receptors that are available, more xenoestrogen does not mean more Testosterone receptors, so the excess that a body can absorb is flushed away through the digestive tract.

xenoestrogen and psudoestrogens (the natural form of the hormone from plants) can help in some cases, particularly with menopausal women.

There is no actual scientific proof that an increase in xenoestrogen can produce lasting psychical effects in humans that are measurable.

Despite the apparently thorough OP, I'm struggling to see what conclusion we are supposed to draw from this post?

Are you suggesting that there is a world wide conspiracy by some un named elite to feminze male children as form of population growth?

Is this because of the Aliens?



posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 07:07 AM
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Bovine growth hormones, DDE (the break down product of the pesticide DDT), flouride, the food additive MSG, among others, which has been linked to reduced fertility, Methoxychlor(insecticide) and Vinclozin(fungicide), the known very potent endocrine disruptors known as Nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEs). Non-fermented soy products, Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) carcinogen that mimics estrogen. The list goes on, and on...

www.apiindia.org...

Ooops, i forgot to include the European Parliament Report on the protection of public health from endocrine
disrupters
(2012/2066(INI))
REPORT
on the protection of public health from endocrine disrupters


It was another attempt to get this issue to the attention of the authorities in the EU. But of course, they want the effects of xenoestrogens to continue accumulating and increasing the sources of estrogen disruptors.

Heck, world leaders, and their thugs, are using "climate change" to impose profound changes in the lifestyles of every person in the western world. We are being inundated with claims that "we need climate engineering to correct the problems we caused"... So, we "supposedly" caused climate change and their response is to mess up more with the climate?...


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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 07:13 AM
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originally posted by: redshoes
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There is no actual scientific proof that an increase in xenoestrogen can produce lasting psychical effects in humans that are measurable.


I gave you several scientific papers that prove the opposite to what you claim. Read the information provided please.


originally posted by: redshoes
Despite the apparently thorough OP, I'm struggling to see what conclusion we are supposed to draw from this post?


The thread explains itself if you take the time to read the information and my comments.


originally posted by: redshoes
Are you suggesting that there is a world wide conspiracy by some un named elite to feminze male children as form of population growth?


So, it is more and more obvious you did not take your time to read all the information provided... Read the tread and links first please, before responding.


originally posted by: redshoes
Is this because of the Aliens?


What?... please stop trying to derail the thread... I didn't mention anything about aliens. Please stay on topic.


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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 07:23 AM
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Some added reading material for your perusal.


J Clin Res Pediatr Endocrinol. 2011 Mar; 3(1): 1–6.
Published online 2011 Feb 23. doi: 10.4274/jcrpe.v3i1.01
PMCID: PMC3065309
Effects of Environmental Endocrine Disruptors on Pubertal Development
Samim Özencorresponding author1 and Şükran Darcan2
1 Pediatric Endocrinology Unit, Mersin Children Hospital, Mersin, Turkey
2 Department of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism, Ege University School of Medicine, Izmir, Turkey
Phone: +90 232 223 07 01, Fax: +90 324 223 07 22, Email: moc.liamg@nezomimas, Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism Unit, Mersin Children Hospital, 33000, Guneykent, Toroslar, Mersin, Turkey
corresponding authorCorresponding author.

Abstract

The onset and course of puberty are under the control of the neuroendocrine system. Factors affecting the timing and regulation of the functions of this system may alter the onset and course of puberty. Several environmental endocrine disruptors (EDs) with significant influences on the normal course of puberty have been identified. Numerous animal and human studies concerning EDs have been conducted showing that these substances may extensively affect human health; nevertheless, there are still several issues that remain to be clarified. In this paper, the available evidence from animal and human studies on the effects of environmental EDs with the potential to cause precocious or delayed puberty was reviewed.

Conflict of interest:None declared.
Keywords: puberty, pubertal development, endocrine disruptors
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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...


Int J Womens Health. 2010; 2: 153–166.
Published online 2010 Aug 9.
PMCID: PMC2971739
Estrogens of multiple classes and their role in mental health disease mechanisms
Cheryl S Watson,1 Rebecca A Alyea,1 Kathryn A Cunningham,2 and Yow-Jiun Jeng1
1Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology,
2Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Univ of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA
Correspondence: Cheryl S Watson, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 301 University Blvd, Galveston, TX, 77555-0645, USA, Tel +1 409-772-2382, Fax +1 409-772-2382, Email
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Estrogens, or the immediate downstream products that they induce, have long been known to alter reproductive behaviors. Prime examples are sexual receptivity and maternal behavior.1,2 However, estrogens can also modify nonreproductive behaviors and cellular responses including mood, affect, anxiety, fear, locomotor activity,3–5 tumor susceptibility,6 and vulnerability to addictive drugs.7 In some cases these estrogenic influences on behavior have been localized to specific brain areas. For example, estrogens alter locomotor activity via actions in the medial preoptic area,8 while anxiety and conditioned fear appear to be controlled by the amygdala,9 and developmental and tumor growth effects have been documented in the cerebellum.10 Each of these brain regions expresses both α and β subtypes of estrogen receptors (ERs),11 although their balance varies between locations. Other, more novel ER candidates found in multiple brain areas12–14 are also beginning to be examined.
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Life stage-specific, fluctuating levels of several physiological estrogens, and their relationship to diseases and vulnerabilities in women

There are major sex-based differences in diseases in which neurotransmitters, and their transporters and receptors, play a role. For example, depression is more prevalent in women,15 especially during periods of fluctuating estrogen levels.16,17 Diseases involving the dopamine transporter (DAT) such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Tourette’s, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), worsen in women after menopause,18 or are different in premenopausal versus postmenopausal females,19–25 suggesting a protective effect of estrogens, or altered vulnerabilities. Receptors and transporters for other catecholamines [notably the serotonin transporter (SERT) and the norepinephrine transporter (NET)] may also be involved in these sex-biased diseases.26–28
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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 07:38 AM
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originally posted by: redshoes

That said, by comparison to estrogen, they are much much weaker and it would take massive dosses to have any detrimental effect, and even then, they can only connect to the receptors that are available...


The xenoestrogens in soy are very difficult for your body to eliminate. The half lives are very high. So the effect is multiplied, to a serious extent if the consumption is for a long period of time. You don't, for example, pasture your bull on soybeans if you want calves.



posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 01:24 PM
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gee and here I thought that it was tobacco that was killing everyone...

you do realize the our stupidity when it comes to the chemicals that we allow ourselves to be exposed to extend far beyond those that you are talking about right? so much so that I would venture it's more just a case of stupidity and greed than it is a great conspiracy to control the population since well, there really isn't a way for those conspirators to protect themselves? I mean the breath the same air was we do, and well, although they might have the ability to clean their tap water some, it's still isn't 100% effective.
and it's interesting that you seem to tie it all into those things that assist people in controlling their own family size. although having birth control available to all who wish to control the number of children they bring into the world is different that big corps and such getting rid of their toxic chemicals by creating new products with it for a better profit margin!
the fact is we like our technology, we like our cheap products and those with investments in stocks like to see their investments grow! so much so, they we will turn a blind eye to the fact that the crap is killing us.
it's gotten to the point that we don't have a choice when it comes to the exposure of most of these chemicals...
but, at least here in the US, we are given a choice as far as controlling our birth rate through effective birth control or not!



posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 02:21 PM
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a reply to: dawnstar

Dawnstar, I have provided several reports directly from the World Health Organization, and links to documents directly from the Rockefeller Foundation. These people don't care that these days the information is readily available, and that we can see they have been trying to implement for decades viable ways to induce forced sterilization, infertility, etc.

If you read the Rockefeller reports I gave links to, in which you will find exactly the fact that the world elites have been thinking of more and more ways to implement "fertility regulations" which include forced sterilizations through vaccines, chemicals, including hormones to sterilize people, the use of other sterilization methods, termination of pregnancies, etc.

Also in the links are other documents that corroborate the argument this thread is about. Including for example the following.

In 1986 in the "Bulletin of the World Health Organization" Dr. Jeff Spieler, the former research-chief of USAID, and also a biomedical researcher of the American Agency for International development wrote the following:


Development of Immunological methods of fertility regulation

A new approach to fertility regulation is the development of vaccines directed against human substances required for reproduction. Potential candidates for immunological interference include reproductive hormones, ovum and sperm antigens, and antigens derived from embryonic or fetal tissue.(…). An antifertility vaccine must be capable of safely and effectively inhibiting a human substance, which would need somehow to be rendered antigenic. A fertility-regulating vaccine, moreover, would have to produce and sustain effective immunity in at least 95% of the vaccinated population, a level of protection rarely achieved even with the most successful viral and bacterial vaccines. But while these challenges looked insuperable just a few years ago, recent advances in biotechnology- particularly in the fields of molecular biology, genetic engineering and monoclonal antibody production- are bringing antifertility vaccines into the realm of the feasible.
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apps.who.int...

In essence they want infertility in at least 95% of the vaccinated population.


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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 02:49 PM
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This means to me that someone should set up a petition that will get people on board to request that the FDA force manufacturers to print out the chemical(s) that are used in their plastic manufacturing. I doubt that will happen, but if enough people signed that petition then it might actually happen.

This brings me to an issue I was going to do a thread on (and still may).

Just because something is "banned" by FDA doesn't mean that they ENFORCE it. Several years ago, FDA put a tentative ban on partially-hydrogenated oils (soybean PHO, cottonseed PHO, etc., etc.). The tentative ban was written in a way that the corporations were supposed to "use up what they had" and switch to a "healthier" non-hydrogenated oil. They basically switched it out with canola oil (which has other health risks), and they still use partially-hydrogenated canola oil in lots of baked goods. Funny thing with that is that it usually doesn't say whether the canola is partially-hydrogenated or not. Just look at the ingredients in Famous Dave's food, Pizza Hut, Dominos, etc., etc., etc. They are still using it to this day.

The reason the corporations use it, is because it is SO CHEAP! It is part of the reason of the drastic increase in Type 2 diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, and others. It is severely bad for any diabetic to eat. Similar to using 90 weight oil on an engine that is designed for 10 weight. It's not meant for human consumption.

There are a few fast-food places that have switched to healthy oils. Chipolte Mexican grill is one that HAS. Wendy's and some others say that they have, but those products with hydrogenated oils have been tested and found in some states that say they are doing it the "right" way.

We as Americans MUST stomp on that FDA if we want to have freedom with our health. I believe that we are so divided in the USA, that it won't be this country that make that happen. Where are all the cures that we have been waiting for in the medical industry that have been PROVEN to work in humans in the labs, and don't even require embryonic cells or cultures of them? I've been waiting for a long time, see my threads.





edit: By the way, what is "natural flavor" and "artificial flavor" and others.... That could be literally ANYTHING in those ingredients

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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 03:44 PM
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a reply to: Bedlam

Bedlams right.

My best friend has 100 head of charaloise and one time when hanging out at his farm we were in a conversation about how much acreage of pasture grass it would take to feed them. I said "hey you grow 20 acres of soy, 40 acres of milo. Why not feed them the stuff the coop wont take as a supplental feed?" The look he and his ranch hand gave me was hard to describe. They then went on to say "we calve these heffers with them bulls over there for money. No way were ever giving them soy. "

As for me my step dad is a vegan who eats almost nothing but soy. Hes a nice guy. But its obvious how badly its effected his musculature, personality and the gynocomastia aint appealing either.
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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 06:40 PM
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originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: Bedlam

Bedlams right.

My best friend has 100 head of charaloise and one time when hanging out at his farm we were in a conversation about how much acreage of pasture grass it would take to feed them.


Did someone call my name



My GF actually works in a research lab studying estrogen disruptors on mice, I'll share this with her.



posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 07:30 PM
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originally posted by: charolais

originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: Bedlam

Bedlams right.

My best friend has 100 head of charaloise and one time when hanging out at his farm we were in a conversation about how much acreage of pasture grass it would take to feed them.


Did someone call my name



My GF actually works in a research lab studying estrogen disruptors on mice, I'll share this with her.


I see you have a beautiful white charolais for your avatar. Mean cows they are. One tried to pin me against the fence qnd kill me one time...just cause. Angus however are nice and docile...for a cow.




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