Woman drinking beer will have higher estrogen levels and bone density, while men will become feminized. Woman have less hot flashes. Really Japanese consuming soy and miso, or Tempe, are having less hot flashes, then woman in the western world. Hops initially from 18 down to 1 hot flash per month. Breast cancer increase from excess estrogen use, while soy isoflavones, bind to the ERbeta receptors, offering a productive effect. While Beer is an ERalpha promoter, and this is not what men want, although for women the breast development is nice, yet the higher risk of breast cancer is an issue unless she uses DIM, related vegetable extracts to convert the bad estrogen to the good.
The common ingredient in Bust -Breast enhancement supplements is hops (Humulus Lupulus L.) contain the phytoestrogen 8-prenylnaringenin which will enlarge the breast of women, as if they have taken estrogen! Men are at risk to develop enlarged breasts “man boobs” from beer or these supplements with Fusarium, a fungus, that produces zearalenone, a potent estrogen that has been know to cause breast enlargement in humans. (male or female). This might be more of paid testimony TV factor.
Products contain hormonally active ingredients like hops, saw palmetto, grains, dong quai, chast3e-tree berry, wild yam, kava, fennel, black cohosh, fenugreek. clinical studies have not been done, because big pharma could not patent these ingredients, yet supplements including these types of herbs can have desired or undesired effects, depending on what is expected!
The concern is increased rate of breast cancer, particularly those on animal based diets with the herbs causing issues, unless one uses DIM, and other cruciferous vegetable extracts, so 1/2 tsp of hops decreases hot flashes, after in a few months. Horse hormones, estrogen, worsen risk of breast cancer. The data of breast cancer dropped after reducing use of unmetabolized estrogen.
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