Over Active Thyroid

You've (Hopefully) Got Some Gall

…recently in France, however, researchers clearly demonstrated that bile acids also regulate the metabolism of fat by stimulating the production of active thyroid hormone within fat cells. When animals were given bile acids, their metabolism in brown fat tissue increased. The intake of the bile acids also…

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What You Really Need to Know About Eating Soy

…Soy contains several isoflavones, which are active plant chemicals. Those in soy—phytoestrogens—are some of the best-known and most-researched chemicals because they are so similar to human estrogen. Unfortunately, the studies on soy tend to be all over the map because of the varying types of soy…

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Estrogen Dominance and Obesity: A Clear Connection

…Cancer Prev 07 Feb;16(1):17–25) Xenoestrogens (estrogen-like compounds) are typically fat soluble and not easily broken down. They tend to accumulate over time and are stored by the body in fat cells. This subjects the body to a never-ending toxic assault and inflammatory process that alters the intercellular…

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