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February 3, 2013 in Health

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How males were feminized with Bisphenol A and Zearalenone

Bisphenol A was discovered in 1891 by Russian chemist Aleksandr Dianin. In the early 1930s the British chemist Charles Edward Dodds recognized BPA as an artificial estrogen.[40] During that time BPA had two initial uses. The first use of BPA was to enhance the growth of cattle and poultry. The second use of BPA in the mid 1930s was as an estrogen replacement for women.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bisphenol_A#History

Exposure to mycoestrogens appears to affect the body size and breast development of girls, according to a study from NIEHS-supported researchers.
The researchers looked at zearalenone and zeranol mycoestrogens, which are commonly found in the food supply. Zearalenone is a fungal product that can be found in grains and plant foods consumed by livestock or humans, and zeranol is sometimes used to enhance meat production.
They studied 163 healthy girls (ages nine and ten).
The mycoestrogens were detected in the urine of 78 percent of the participants, and girls tended to be shorter and less likely to have reached the onset of breast development if urinary mycoestrogens were detected. Preliminary analysis associated intake of beef and popcorn with urinary mycoestrogens.
http://www.niehs.nih.gov/research/supported/sep/2011/mycoestrogen/index.cfm

Zearalenone and its synthetic derivative zeranol (Ralgro) are estrogenic compounds to which cattle and swine in the U.S. meat industry are extensively exposed.
Contamination of food by zearalenone and its natural metabolites (breakdown products) has been associated with the development of precocious puberty—a known risk factor for breast cancer—in young girls (Massart, 2008).
The synthetic compound zeranol is a potent nonsteroidal growth promoter that mimics many of the effects of estradiol. Zeranol is used extensively in the United States and Canada to promote rapid and more efficient growth rates in animals used as sources of meat (Al-Dobaib, 2009).
A series of studies examined estrogenic activity in normal breast epithelial cells and breast cancer cells treated with zeranol. Abnormal cell growth was significant even at zeranol levels almost 30 times lower than the FDA-established limit in beef (Liu, 2002).
http://www.breastcancerfund.org/clear-science/chemicals-glossary/zeranol.html

Raphanus sativus (radish) extract protects against Zearalenone induced reproductive toxicity, oxidative stress and mutagenic alterations
There is unequivocal evidence of reproductive toxicity of Zearalenone (ZEN) in male mice although the mechanism of action is unknown.
The results indicated that ZEN-induced toxicological effects in accordance to those reported in the literature: decreasing in the sperm number, testosterone level and antioxidant enzyme status. The RAPD-PCR analysis revealed an alteration in the DNA bands patterns between control and ZEN-treated mice.
The extract of raphanus sativus, rich in many antioxidant compounds, was safe and succeeded in counteracting the oxidative stress and protect against the toxicity resulting from ZEN.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19673099

Radish is rich in folic acid, Vitamin C and anthocyanins. These nutrients make it a very effective cancer-fighting food. It is said that radish is effective in fighting oral cancer, colon cancer and intestinal cancer as well as kidney and stomach cancers.
Radish helps to relieve congestion within the respiratory system, making it an excellent food for asthmatics and those who suffer from bronchial infections and sinus problems. It is beneficial for both the gallbladder and liver functions, as it acts as a cleanser. It contains sulphur based chemicals, which regulate the production and flow of bilirubin and bile, enzymes and acids and also help remove excess bilirubin from the blood. This makes it an excellent detoxifying agent for the body. It protects and soothes the gallbladder and liver, while protecting them from infections.
http://www.naturalnews.com/031944_radishes_health_benefits.html

More of fighting mycoestrogens and candidasis with radish:
In Vitro Antifungal Activity of a Radish (Raphanus sativus L.) Seed Protein
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1075666/

 

The antifungal activity of RsAFP2, a plant defensin from raphanus sativus, involves the induction of reactive oxygen species in Candida albicans.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17827975

 

Low dose effects of bisphenol A on sexual differentiation of the brain and behavior in rats
Exposure to BPA is widespread. BPA has been detected in human tissues from Japan, Germany and in 95% of human urine samples in the US.

Most recent research on BPA’s potential for causing harm has focused on reproductive endpoints, and many studies now document reproductive changes at low levels of exposure. Kubo et al.’s startling findings expand the range of endpoints into a new domain, brain development and behavior.

Kubo et al. exposed rats while pregnant and while nursing to BPA,at two different doses, 30 µg/kg/day and 300 ug/kg/day (referred to below as BPA-L and BPA-H, respectively). Current EPA standards identify 50 µg/kg/day as the “safe” level (“reference dose”).

The locus coeruleus (LC), believed to be a key brain center for anxiety and fear. Normally this is larger in females than in males.

Kubo et al. found that exposure to BPA reversed the sex differences in the size of the LC area of the brain and eliminated the usual sex differences in the open field behavior test, without affecting sexual development of the reproductive system.
Animals treated with BPA at both low and high doses and with DES all showed a reversal of this normal sexual dimorphism.

http://www.ourstolenfuture.org/NewScience/oncompounds/bisphenola/2003/2003-0411kuboetal.htm

Now you can see also how anxiety and fear is induced!

 


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3 responses to How males were feminized with Bisphenol A and Zearalenone

  1. BPA is extremely dangerous because it is able to mimic estradiol and thereby form-fit itself into the process of binding and activation to the estrogen receptor that the estradiol compound activates with; the results cause harmful endocrine dangers. Pregnant women should be especially careful of the above process, as this occurrence has been seen to increase with the presence of ‘pregnancy hormones,’ allowing larger amounts of the BPA to bind and activate causing an unhealthy build-up in the placenta. Studies have been posted that show neurological detriment to the fetus, and more quantifiable effects during development. *Pregnant women should ensure that they visit the Endocrine Center’s list of other possible contaminants.*

    -Thank you for posting this article.

  2. Awesome, thank God people out there see this other than me, even when I tell people who know what BPA is they still don’t believe it is being used to feminize and sterilize males while making females hyper feminized, it’s poison, they are poisoning us in so many ways, but we still keep ticking, and growing, nothing will ever stop us! We are children of the most high God, and no one will ever destroy us, they will never control our souls.

  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjYn-HwDQns

    CBC – The Disappearing male. (documentary on this very subject)

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