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High levels of this one hormone are causing heart attacks in men

Achieving optimal health can seem extremely complicated.

There are innumerable hormones, vitamins, minerals, and toxins to worry about.

But at the foundational level there are only a few elements you need to control.

One of these is estrogen — and in particular estradiol — the most potent form.

High levels of estradiol play a major role in most of the common diseases affecting men — none more so than coronary artery disease — which causes heart attacks.

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This human research was carried out by doctors at the Worcester State Hospital in Shrewsbury Massachusetts. The results were published in the American Journal of Medicine.

The body creates a few types of estrogen.

These inflammatory hormones (estrone and estradiol) were found to be elevated in some men with heart attack.

“Elevations of serum estradiol and estrone levels have been reported in men who have recovered from myocardial infarction.”

These estrogens are generally found to be elevated in stress and disease.

This study was designed to see if there was a specific role for these hormones in coronary artery disease and heart attack.

“These observations suggest that high estrogen may be a risk factor for myocardial infarction in middle-aged men.”

This research involved taking blood samples from dozens of men.

Some men had been hospitalized due to heart attacks.

Another group of men had been hospitalized for other reasons.

Using those two groups, the researchers were able to see if estrogen was particularly elevated in men with heart attack — compared to men with another severe illness.

A further group of men with no current health problems and blood samples taken to be used as a healthy baseline comparison.

“Ages ranged from 21 to 56 years. Age, height, and weight did not differ significantly among groups. Blood samples were obtained in the patient groups on each of the first three days of hospitalization.”

The researchers then compared the average levels of two types of estrogen in the blood of these different groups of men.

They found no significant differences in ill men for the first type of estrogen — estrone — a weak estrogen.

“The serum estrone level was significantly elevated in all four patient groups when compared with that of the control group.”

Estrone is elevated in illness in general.

But there were significant differences in estradiol levels.

Estradiol is the most potent natural estrogen. This causes most of the damage.

Estradiol was elevated in men with coronary heart disease and heart attack (myocardial infarction).

“Serum estradiol levels were significantly elevated in the groups with myocardial infarction, unstable angina, and in the group in whom myocardial infarction was ruled out.”

But this type of potent estrogen was not significantly elevated in very ill men without coronary heart disease.

“Estradiol levels were not significantly elevated in the group in the intensive care unit without coronary heart disease when compared to the level in the normal control group.”

The researchers believe that estradiol is a particular risk factor for coronary heart disease and heart attack.

“Estradiol was elevated in men with confirmed or suspected coronary heart disease but was not elevated in men without coronary heart disease even under the stressful conditions found in an intensive care unit.”

The researchers looked at creatine phosphokinase — a blood marker of damage caused by heart attack.

Creatine phosphokinase levels were linked with estradiol in men with heart attack — further supporting the role of this estrogen in this disease.

“Serum estradiol levels were significantly and positively correlated with serum total creatine phosphokinase levels in the patients with myocardial infarction.”

During the research some of the men died after having a heart attack.

These men had particularly high levels of estradiol compared to the others in that group.

“The five patients with myocardial infarction who died within 10 days of admission had markedly elevated serum estradiol levels.”

Estradiol — the most potent form of estrogen — is a major risk factor for the occurrence and severity of heart attack in men.

This is one of the reasons the control of estrogen is essential to optimize men’s health!

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