Now It’s In The Air We Breathe

When I started practicing medicine, I made a discovery that changed my view of the world forever. It was something few understood at the time. I’m talking about an “alien molecule” that gets into your blood and reprograms your cells to become more “feminine.” When this happens to women, it throws off their natural cycles, makes them gain weight, and pushes them emotionally into a very anxious and frustrated state. For men, this “invader” makes them soft, fat, depressed, and unable to perform. When I first started testing for this back in the 1990s, other physicians thought I was off my rocker. Twenty five years later, I’m not alone in my concern. I’m talking about a chemical toxin that looks and acts like the hormone estrogen. If you’re a regular reader, you know I’ve talked to you about this before. And I’ll keep saying it, because we have new evidence it’s getting worse. The problem is that these chemical estrogens are in just about everything we come in contact with during our daily lives. It’s no longer a matter of trying to avoid plastic bottles made with bisphenol-A or BPA, one of the more popular forms of this chemical. These chemicals are such a problem; they are literally in the air we breathe.1 Researchers from the University of Missouri recently discovered that factories and industrial sites release BPA into the air and water, causing BPA to circulate in the atmosphere as well as ou...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Anti-Aging Men's Health Nutrition Women's Health Air BPA breathing lungs toxins Source Type: news

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