This doctor-recommended supplement raises male estrogen alarmingly

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This doctor-recommended supplement raises male estrogen alarmingly

Resveratrol is a plant compound made in numerous different plants. It is most famously found in red wine.

This has become one of the most highly marketed supplements of the last decade.

Resveratrol is marketed as preventing cardiovascular disease, cancer, metabolic syndrome, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Some people also claim they can increase lifespan and performance.

These claims could not be further from the truth.

The reality is that resveratrol is used by plants as a form of self defence.

Resveratrol is a toxin which activates the estrogen receptor.

Resveratrol is even more potent than the body’s own estrogens — in reality it probably accelerates estrogen related cancers and other inflammatory diseases.

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The cell studies were carried out at Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. The findings were published in The Proceedings of the National Academy Of Sciences of the USA.

Over the last few years there have been a multitude of spectacular claims made about resveratrol.

“Resveratrol, which is found in grapes and wine, has been reported to have a variety of anti-inflammatory, anti-platelet, and anti-carcinogenic effects.”

The resveratrol industry has claimed that this plant chemical is a cure for almost every common disease — and that it can increase lifespan.

But people with a little knowledge of chemistry had suspicions about resveratrol.

You see, to a chemist, the resveratrol molecule looks very much like dangerous synthetic estrogen called DES

You may recall DES was given to women and they suffered terribly — and so did their daughters, granddaughters and great granddaughters.

The DES reached into their bodies and left a permanent scar affecting future generations terribly.

And Resveratrol may be similar to DES — scientists have long suspected it might be a harmful plant estrogen (a phytoestrogen).

“Based on its structural similarity to DES, a synthetic estrogen, we examined whether resveratrol might be a phytoestrogen. ”

This could be a major cause for concern because this synthetic estrogen has a dark and dangerous past.

The synthetic estrogen DES was used for all sorts of health problems in the past…

But it was extremely toxic, something which was covered up by the industry until about 15 years ago.

“Adverse health outcomes linked to DES include infertility, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, preeclampsia, preterm birth, stillbirth, infant death, menopause prior to age 45, breast cancer, cervical cancer, and vaginal cancer.”

This list of health problems created by DES only scratches the surface of the damage which can be done by estrogenic compounds.

So the researchers wanted to know whether the chemical similarities between DES and resveratrol transferred into real-world effects.

They carried out a number of cell experiments. The purpose of these experiments was to see whether resveratrol activates the estrogen receptor.

If it activates the estrogen receptor then it is estrogenic and dangerous just like DES.

Resveratrol activates estrogen receptors at concentrations similar to those achieved by resveratrol supplements.

The estrogenic effect of resveratrol was enough to cause changes which can lead to breast cancer.

“At concentrations comparable to those required for its other biological effects, resveratrol activated transcription of estrogen-responsive reporter genes transfected into human breast cancer cells.”

The effect was enough to trigger the growth of breast cancer cells.

“Resveratrol stimulated the proliferation of estrogen-dependent breast cancer cells.”

Activating estrogen receptors is not just linked to breast cancer — it is also central to many other types of cancers including prostate cancer.

The researchers also compared resveratrol to a natural estrogen — something called estradiol.

Resveratrol is even more estrogenic than “real estrogen.”

“Resveratrol functioned as a superagonist (i.e., produced a greater maximal transcriptional response than estradiol).”

These results show that this compound is probably extremely dangerous when taken as a supplement.

Avoid this supplement! If your doctor suggests it, show him this article. Everything we write here is fully cited, that is, supported by scientific evidence of the highest quality.

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Resveratrol, a polyphenolic compound found in grapes and wine, is an agonist for the estrogen receptor