How Estrogenics are Making you Fat, Sick and Infertile
By Anthony G. Jay, Ph.D.

Did you know fat cells can survive in your body for 10 years? And that fat cells can retain artificial chemicals that act like excessive estrogen in your body? Here, in clear and straight-forward terms, Anthony G. Jay, Ph.D., reveals how you can definitively avoid estrogenic exposures. From BPA to soy, plastics to fragrances, birth control to red food coloring, it’s all here. And, its readable for everyone. Along with many other groundbreaking ideas you will learn:
▪ The top 10 list of everyday estrogenics
▪ Cutting-edge weight-loss strategies
▪ New muscle-mass building discoveries
▪ How estrogenics “feminize” males
▪ How estrogenics harm children
▪ Three detailed estrogenic avoidance plans
▪ Specific food/water estrogenic numbers
▪ Simple, clear language and definitions
▪ The U.S. and E.U. legal status of estrogenics
▪ A direct exposé on scientific bias
▪ Brand new epigenetics discoveries
▪ Amazing fishing “tail” chapter openers
▪ An “actionable” appendix

And, much, much more!


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Ferely Medina

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Hormonal Contraception, risks and Side Effects- My Personal Testimony


Ferely Correa born in Venezuela, married and mother of 5, met her husband when they were studying engineering. They now share the same profession as chemical engineers. Previously, Ferely was working as a chemical analyst in Venezuela and Mexico in the oil and gas industry, then moved to Holland, and there, volunteered as a team coordinator of activities related to the expat areas in the Hague, at ACCESS magazine. Currently, she is blessed to be part of the NFP instructors in USA, teaching the Billings Ovulation Method. Teaching has taken her on a rewarding and beautiful journey learning more about her body, how it works and what could potentially damage it.