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PostSubject: Nice chart, needs translation into common lingo...   Sat Feb 14, 2015 2:01 pm


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PostSubject: Re: Nice chart, needs translation into common lingo...   Sun Feb 15, 2015 3:25 am

I like the cheesy Jew law-firm ads promoting class action suits over Risperdal. Causes boys to grow breasts & ooze milk. Somehow the Herb gets central spot in chart?
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PostSubject: Re: Nice chart, needs translation into common lingo...   Sun Feb 15, 2015 12:04 pm

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I like the cheesy Jew law-firm ads promoting class action suits over Risperdal.  Causes boys to grow breasts & ooze milk.  Somehow the Herb gets central spot in chart?

Jews want us emasculated, it's a win/win!  But yeah, be wary of stealth estrogens out there.


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A more hidden but insidious cause of early puberty is the many environmental toxins, which act as hormone-disruptors. For example, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration only regulates products that contain prescription quantities of the female sex-hormone estrogen. Products containing lower amounts of estrogens -- less than 10,000 International Units per ounce -- are unregulated. Yet these products do have active feminizing effects on people.

It is for this reason -- stealth estrogens -- that the European Union has banned the import of most North American beef, which is hormone-treated. This ban is now a major dispute under negotiation at the World Trade Organization.


And the number of products that contain estrogen-like chemicals is growing: sunscreens, nail polish, plastic toys and baby bottles, pesticides, shampoos and hair straighteners, meat additives and fillings in teeth. A new term is now current in research literature: HCPs, hormone-containing products.

While some consumer products might contain minute amounts of estrogens, if any at all, others contain quantities usually available only by prescription. Some shampoos, for example, contain almost the same amount of hormone as do low-dose estrogen patches, which are used for hormone-replacement therapy in postmenopausal women.

In Our Stolen Future, Dr. John Myers of the United Nations highlighted the toxic effects of some of the estimated 70,000 chemicals in commercial use. Dr. Myers is alarmed, but not surprised, about such hormone-disruption, especially as growing kids have prolonged, regular exposure to various environmental contaminants.



http://www.doctorq.ca/testosterone-estrogen-early-puberty.html

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