When we wash pesticides from our produce, we do it because they alter our body cells and create an imbalance in our hormones. Some of these chemicals are estrogenic, affecting the normal estrogen levels in our body. When we eat corned beef, we add cabbage and tomatoes in the hopes that toxins will be excreted (removed) by our body with the help of these veggies.
Men/women who wanted to increase their libido should eat hormone-free foods (present at Trader’s Joes and other health food stores) and use chemicals free from substances that are carcinogenic and toxic even when exposed to our skin (such as lotion, soaps, hair colors, deodorants, perfumes and shampoos).
For women, you know that there is hormonal imbalance from the texture of your skin, puffiness of your face, extra weight in the middle, heavy or absence in menstruation, migraine, allergies and depressive moods.
From this site’ article about Boosting Libido: The more weight men carry, the more estrogen and less testosterone they have. To maintain low estrogen levels, eliminate beer and refined foods like white flour and sugar. Choose fresh fish, lean meats like chicken and turkey, and omega-3-rich foods such as flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, and walnuts. Load up on cruciferous vegetables like brussels sprouts and kale, high in indole-3-carbinol, a compound that helps the liver eliminate excessive estrogen.
How do we avoid these chemicals?
• stay away from them and select pesticide-free, hormone-free, whole foods (farmer’s market or your garden)
• add fiber in our diet
• drink more alkaline water with lemon or cranberries (less acidic foods such as meat)
• exercise and sweat more (sauna)
• do a water hydrotherapy, alternating hot and cold shower
• do a light fasting, liquid diet only every month or quarter using brown rice protein powder or your own detox with nutritional supplementation
Note: Fat tissues in our bodies are where breast, uterine and prostate cancers are also located.
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