High estrogen is evil – WHY you need to lower it (part 1)

High estrogen is evil – WHY you need to lower it (part 1)

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High Estrogen Is Evil – WHY You Need To Lower It (part 1)
Today I want to talk about lowering estrogen levels. This information is mainly towards guys, but women can certainly utilize it as well.

This first part you’ll discover WHY having optimal estrogen levels is so important.

The second part reveals the HOW to lower estrogen and I’ll give you that link at the end of this video.

I care about you and I want you to learn from my mistakes and this is why I want you to have knowledge about your body and health and this first part will give you this vital information.

I have a TON of experience with this topic, with man boobs (gynecomastia), mood changes, sex drive highs and lows and so forth.

Estrogen Is Bad, Not Testosterone

“Old” research, doctors and the media will say how testosterone or dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is the cause of prostate problems. But this is totally wrong.

Testosterone is GOOD for your health and prostate.

It’s ESTROGEN that’s bad.

In fact, as your estrogen levels go up, your body’s natural estrogen inhibitor, DHT – also goes up to try and bring estrogen down.

And if you recall, DHT (dihydrotestosterone) is linked to hair loss, excess body hair and prostate problems.

So again, the fault is and begins with estrogen….

Women & Breast Cancer

In regards to women who get breast cancer, they get prescribed an estrogen BLOCKER such as Nolvadex (Tamoxifen). Now, this is an old drug and was utilized more so in the past.

These days, you would get prescribed an estrogen INHIBITOR and more specifically, an “aromatase inhibitor”.

I know I’m talking about women and breast cancer – but guys, this information directly affects your prostate, as well as your libidio, muscle size, belly fat, hair loss and your mood.

So please pay attention…
Estrogen Blocker vs Inhibitor
So what’s the difference between an estrogen blocker and inhibitor?

A blocker goes to the receptor sites, such as the breast tissue and nipples, and blocks estrogen from binding. Again, I’m keeping it simple because it’s more complicated than this.

A blocker does NOT lower circulating estrogen levels, it just blocks it at the receptor site.

But an estrogen inhibitor, actually lowers total estrogen levels. It inhibits the formation. It prevents testosterone from converting to estrogen (estradiol) by inhibiting the aromatase enzyme.

THIS is what you want!

But Estrogen Has Benefits

Now, the problem with prescription aromatase/estrogen inhibitors – such as Arimidex, Femara and Aromasin – is that they lower estrogen levels TOO much. Usually by 80-90% or more

You obviously also do not want high estrogen levels.

What you want to do is have normal estrogen levels, but on the lower end of the spectrum.

Ideal Estradiol Levels

For example, if you do a blood test and check for estradiol levels, a typical range will be between 8-43 pg/mL

I’ve seen many guys who have numbers around 35 and higher. Many times even over 43, which is the high range. These may be “normal”, but they are high/normal and not optimal.

It’s the OPPOSITE of what you want.

Thus, it’s like having high expenses and very low profit.
How To Lower Estrogen Naturally

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