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Poisons > Estrogens

While estrogens are natural hormones produced by our bodies, hundreds of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are appearing in our environment, destroying wildlife and creating new diseases in the human population.

Synthetic or manufactured estrogens are also having dramatic effects on our health including; infertility and abnormal breast development in boys and men.

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Learn more about estrogens, the environment and our declining health




 

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Aluminium
Asbestos
Common Toxins
Estrogens
Fluoride
 
A mind control drug  
Milk
 A1 & 2 Milk
 Milk and Ostorporosis
Genetically Engineered Foods
 
GE Corn in NZ
  GMO Corn Failure

Mercury
Parabens
Plastics
Radiation
Sweeteners
  Aspartame
  Nectresse
  Saccharin
  Splenda
  Sugar- a sweet poison
  Sodium Laurel Sulphate
Trans Fatty Acids

 
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