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The Clickbait Culture: Separating Fact from Fiction

The fitness industry is rife with clickbait headlines and absolute statements about how estrogen is detrimental to our health. But is it really that simple? The truth is, the relationship between estrogen and our well-being is much more complex. Let's explore the factors that influence estrogen levels and why it's important to look beyond the surface-level claims.

The Role of Toxic Burden and Metabolic Reactions

High estrogen levels in humans are not solely determined by hormones. Toxic burden, which includes exposure to endocrine disrupting compounds, and metabolic reactions can also impact estrogen levels. It's important to consider the bigger picture when assessing hormonal health and not solely blame estrogen for any physiological dysfunction.

Estrogen: Not Necessarily the Villain

Contrary to popular belief, estrogen is not inherently bad for our...

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