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Evidence that endocrine disrupting chemicals are a major health threat.

The autocrats at the CDC, EPA, and FDA continue to deny you’re in danger from the daily deluge of hormone-disrupting chemicals they’ve allowed into your environment.

They have to know it’s a ridiculous lie.

Each passing day brings more evidence these endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are a major threat.

Synthetic chemicals like the bisphenol A (BPA) from plastics latch onto cellular receptors, increase estrogen production, reduce male fertility, and alter human metabolism.

This sets the stage for massive chronic disease.

You see, excess estrogen can destroy your health.

It can even send you to an early grave.

I’ve been blowing the whistle on endocrine disruptors for over two decades now395395, and at last the research community is beginning to wake up.

Dr. Shanna H. Swan is a Mount Sinai medical center expert who initially accepted the EPA’s propaganda about EDCs… until her research validated a shocking global decline in human fertility.

Now she’s crusading to alert the world to this massive threat.

BPA Nosedive: Fertility and Health Fall Off a Cliff Together

Among the stunning trends Dr. Swan documents:

    • Plummeting masculinity: The sperm counts of men in the Western world dropped by over 59% from 1973 to 2011. She based her findings on 183 studies involving 42,935 men. Dr. Swan blames BPAs and other EDC toxins.
    • Fading testosterone: The average male sex hormone level in men is dropping at about 1% a year. And there’s no sign the decline is leveling off.
    • Crashing fertility: By 2045, Dr. Swan predicts that most couples who want to conceive will need artificial means such as IVF to have children… they simply won’t have enough reproductive capacity.
    • Life-threatening consequences: One study showed women struggling with infertility had a 32% higher risk of dying.1 It’s even worse for men – those with abnormal sperm, or low sperm counts, had a 230% higher risk of dying.2

These are grim statistics… and I want to make sure that you don’t become one of them.

Your Gameplan to Beat EDCs

EDC Defense Protocol No. 1: Reduce Exposure – Start with the basics: Buy certified-organic fruits and veggies whenever possible. Use glass food containers not plastic, and never heat food in a plastic container unless you want a side helping of BPA with every meal.

And do whatever you can to avoid fast food. It’s laced with EDCs… fast-food lovers have 40% higher BPA and phthalate blood levels.3

EDC Defense Protocol No. 2: Glutathione – Glutathione is a “seek and destroy” detoxifier that neutralizes environmental toxins and free radicals. Several studies indicate those who reach 100 are more likely to have higher levels of glutathione.4 More glutathione triggers better stem cell function.5

I recommend liposomal glutathione… it’s more absorbable. It can double immune-function biomarkers in a single week, including T cells and B cells.6 Start with a gram a day of liposomal glutathione… and gradually increase to 1 gram twice daily.

EDC Defense Protocol No. 3: The Estrogen-Buster From Bali – Eugenol blocks estrogen imitators from locking onto cellular receptors, limiting the ability of EDCs to disrupt normal hormone levels. You’ll find clove oil and eugenol extract online and at your local supplement store.

EDC Defense Protocol No. 4: Get Plenty of I3C and DIM – Indole-3 carbinol (I3C) is a special compound found in cruciferous vegetables such as brussels sprouts, broccoli, and cauliflower. Your body converts I3C into diindolylmethane (DIM). The I3C/DIM combo converts estrogen into harmless compounds your body easily excretes. I recommend 100 mg a day of I3C and DIM to protect you from EDCs.

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD

Al Sears, MD, CNS


References:

1. Murugappan, Gayathree, et al. “Association between Infertility and All-Cause Mortality: Analysis of US Claims Data.” American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol. 225, no. 1, 1 July 2021, pp. 57.e1–57.e11, NIH.gov website.
2. Eisenberg, M. L., et al. “Semen Quality, Infertility and Mortality in the USA.” Human Reproduction, vol. 29, no. 7, 15 May 2014, pp. 1567–1574, NIH.gov website.
3. Zota, Ami R, et al. “Recent Fast Food Consumption and Bisphenol a and Phthalates Exposures among the U.S. Population in NHANES, 2003-2010.” Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 124, no. 10, 2016, pp. 1521–1528, NIH.gov website.
4. Andersen, H. R., Jeune, B., Nybo, H., Nielsen, J. B., Andersen-Ranberg, K., & Grandjean, P. (1998). Low activity of superoxide dismutase and high activity of glutathione reductase in erythrocytes from centenarians. Age and Ageing, 27(5), 643–648.
5. Jeong, E. M., Yoon, J.-H., Lim, J., Shin, J.-W., Cho, A. Y., Heo, J., … Kim, I.-G. (2018). Real-Time Monitoring of Glutathione in Living Cells Reveals that High Glutathione Levels Are Required to Maintain Stem Cell Function. Stem Cell Reports, 10(2), 600–614.
6. Sinha, R., Sinha, I., Calcagnotto, A., Trushin, N., Haley, J. S., Schell, T. D., & Richie, J. P. (2018). Oral supplementation with liposomal glutathione elevates body stores of glutathione and markers of immune function. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 72(1), 105–111.