Xenoestrogens – What to Avoid with Hair Loss Treatments

Xenoestrogens – What to avoid with Hair Loss Treatments

Xenoestrogens – What to avoid with Hair Loss Treatments

We are all aware oestrogen the sex-hormone but do we really know the dangerous effect it can have and how common it can be in your own home? Oestrogen, the killer in our midst by Chris Woolams M.A is an informative, eye-opening handbook covering the research of oestrogens and its link to numerous types of cancers in females and males. We hope this article Xenoestrogens – What to Avoid with Hair Loss Treatments will also encourage to open your eyes.

Oestrogens, good and bad, can come in many shapes, sizes and levels of potency, human oestrogen, chemical oestrogen and plant oestrogen. Oestrogen, the killer in our midst breaks down the difference between the various types of oestrogens and their individual effect they have on a cell.

Xenoestrogens – What to Avoid with Hair Loss Treatments:

  • Oestrogen mimicking chemicals
  • Can occur it pesticides, herbicides, solvents, plastics and cans
  • In your everyday soaps, cosmetics and children’s toys
  • Be aware of the ingredients in everyday household items

It is not only cancers that oestrogens drive, along with many other negative effects, oestrogens can greatly change your levels, bring on early menstruation in females, encourages PCOS, endometriosis and in males, is known to be linked to enlarged prostate and the decline of sperm count.

The scariest thing for me was reading about the most dangerous type of oestrogen, Xenoestrogens, what it is and where it can be found. Xenoestrogens are what is described as oestrogen-mimicking chemicals and can occur in pesticides, herbicides, solvents, plastics and cans, in your everyday soaps and cosmetics and even in your children’s toys!

As well as being extremely educational with credible studies and sources, the book includes simple, but important, steps to reducing the amount of different bad oestrogens in your daily life, by changing your sleeping and eating habits to being aware of the ingredients your everyday household items.

These are steps that I would certainly be implementing to ensure I not only live a healthful, life with peace of mind but to also, so my body has a better chance of fighting disease. Contact Absolique Hair Health Clinic for more information on Xenoestrogens – What to Avoid with Hair Loss Treatments and a free schedule of common ingredients to avoid in your personal care and household products. Call 07 3229 3242 or email Absolique Trichologist at info@absolique.com.au

Book review by Absolique Team member Irene O’Neill.

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