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Estrogen - Progesterone And Female Problems

By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
Estrogen-progesterone and female problems

Explains the roles of progesterone, estrogen, prolactin and thyroid in hormonal balance and in all female problems. Presents the toxic effects of estrogen and the estrogen-cancer connection, the toxic side effects of ERT, the healing benefits of progesterone versus the toxic side effects of estrogen, prolactinemia, and the nutritional value of progesterone and thyroid support for protection against all female problems, menopause, cancer, gallbladder problems and osteoporosis. Sources of natural progesterone are presented. There is a summary of the toxic side effects of estrogen dominance (progesterone has the opposite side effects).

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Estrogen - The HRT Hoax
By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
The truth about HRT

Describes the HRT hoax and why the study combining synthetic estrogen (Premarin) with synthetic progesterone (Provera) were discontinued, but not the study using only synthetic estrogen. Reveals dangerous recommendations such as using plant (phyto)estrogens including soy products, herbal estrogens such as black cohosh; estrogen creams; synthetic drugs to “prevent” bone loss; bone scans (radiation) to determine bone loss; yearly mammograms (more radiation) for “breast surveillance” and the use of SSRIs (which raise serotonin) such as Prozac, Effexor and Paxil to “relieve” menopausal symptoms.

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Estrogen Toxic Side Effects
By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
Toxic side effects of estrogen
A summary of the toxic side effects of estrogen.  Natural progesterone has the opposite side effects. This article explains what estrogen is and describes many estrogenic substances that many may not be aware of. 

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By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
Hypothyroidism - a world wide epidemic

Discusses the many causes of hypothyroidism: radiation and other environmental poisons, such as pesticides, fluoride, many drugs, dietary causes, such as a low protein diet, all forms of estrogen, soy products, unsaturated oils, certain isolated vitamins, excess iodine, etc.  Lists many symptoms of hypothyroidism, such as fatigue, low blood sugar, increased adrenalin and cortisol, heart disease, cancer, blood pressure problems (high or low), colon problems, depression and other emotional problems, insomnia, hyperactivity, weight gain or loss, skin and hair problems, immune system problems, arthritis, female problems, etc.  


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Menopause - Osteoporosis And The ERT Fairy Tale

By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
Menopause, Bone Loss and Estrogen Fairy Tales
This article is dedicated to all the women who are taking estrogen because they were told that it prevents osteoporosis and that the side effects are minimal. Defines osteoporosis (bone loss) and menopause and the menopause-osteoporosis-estrogen connection. Presents a nutritional support program for osteoporosis and other menopausal signs, including hot flashes, arthritis, blood pressure problems, weight gain, etc.  Describes how natural progesterone is absorbed orally and cautions against taking synthetic progesterone (progestins).

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Pregnenolone - A Fruit Of Cholesterol

By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
Pregnenolone myths are explored here

Pregnenolone is the major anti-aging steroid. Read how you can make it with good nutrition and good thyroid function. Pregnenolone is made in the body from LDL cholesterol. To make pregnenolone, we need adequate amounts of LDL cholesterol plus other nutrients, including vitamin A, thyroid hormone and enzymes. If any of these are inadequate, you will have a pregnenolone deficiency. Because the brain concentration of pregnenolone decreases from its peak value at around age thirty to 5% of peak value at 90, the need for supplemental pregnenolone may increase as we age. In fact, the older and/or sicker you are, the more likely you are to feel an effect from pregnenolone.  Progesterone is also discussed.

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Progesterone - Absorption And Safety

By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
Progesterone myths are explored here
Describes what natural progesterone does and why synthetic progesterones are dangerous.   This emphasizes the need for having enough progesterone to balance the otherwise toxic effects of estrogen. The healthy ratio should be a minimum twenty to one progesterone to estrogen. The lower this ratio, the more symptoms. Here is a list of some of the progesterone myths regarding how progesterone is absorbed and its safety. Their source? Drug company-sponsored articles, the FDA and misinterpreted research.

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Progesterone Anti-Tumor Properties

By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
Cancer and Progestrone
There is a low-cost, natural product steroid available, which supports the body's natural defenses against cancer with no toxic side effects and, in fact, is one of the anti-aging steroids. It is called progesterone. The healthy body makes it from cholesterol. It is also available from many plants, including the wild Mexican yam (dioscorea). In 1961, one out of 20 women got breast cancer. Today it is one out of eight. Is this progress?

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Prostate Problems

By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
Nutritional support for prostate problems
Covers prostatic hypertrophy, prostate cancer and health effects of vasectomy and presents a nutritional support program. Prostate problems occur in the prostate gland as a man ages. After age 55, up to 60% of men suffer the effects of prostate enlargement. More than 300,000 men have surgery for enlarged prostates each year.  Even worse, prostate cancer strikes 136,000 men yearly, killing 36,000. Because of histological (cellular) similarities, distinction of cancer from non-malignant changes may be difficult. 

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The Breast Cancer - Pesticide Connection

By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
The pesticide link to cancer
This report provides evidence that breast cancer in females, testicular cancer, genital abnormalities, and reduced sperm counts in males are directly connected to the rise of chemical pollution including pesticides. Pesticides are estrogen mimics (xenoestrogens). Even in the face of mounting evidence linking pesticides to cancer, U.S. pesticide use is on the rise. Information is presented on how electromagnetic fields can boost the concentration of estrogens circulating in the blood. The carcinogenic effects of x-rays (mammograms, fluorscopy, x-rays, bone and CT scans) are mentioned.

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Thyroid Myths

By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
Common myths about thyroid health

The following are thyroid myths that have been reported to me from hundreds of clients worldwide over the past 20 years. For good thyroid health, a pro-thyroid diet of foods that support thyroid function is recommended.  Pro-thyroid foods include: organic animal protein with every meal, fruits and fruit juices daily, sea salt and healthy fats, especially coconut oil plus the avoidance of toxic fats and the many thyroid inhibitors/toxins. The major thyroid toxins/inhibitors from our diet, water and environment are discussed.

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Thyroid Resistance

By Lita Lee, Ph.D.
Why some people have unresolved thyroid problems
Find out the many causes of thyroid resistance from diet, environment and toxins. This article covers all of the causes of thyroid resistance which includes: an anti-thyroid diet low or absent in foods that support good thyroid function plus the many dietary, environmental and natural substances that inhibit thyroid function and stress.


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