Here’s how to cook and eat this one food for all of these incredible benefits
What to do about high estrogen as soon as today
High estrogen in men often shows up in extra belly fat…
…extra fat around the chest, or chin and jaw…
…low libido, chronic fatigue, and really bad erections problems…
Luckily, high estrogen is really easy to fix.
And you don’t have to go to the doctor and get on expensive hormone therapies.
This one food can boost T, lower estrogen, and even fight cancer
Rockiness problems and most other male sexual issues stem from high estrogen or low testosterone — often both occur together.
But sexual problems are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to these hormones.
Obesity, dementia, cardiovascular disease, and psychological problems are all closely tied to low T and high estrogen.
High estrogen is also implicated in cancer — both in men and women.
One of the most important factors controlling these hormones is an enzyme called aromatase.
Aromatase destroys testosterone — turning it into estrogen.
Cancer researchers have shown that mushrooms can strongly block this enzyme — boosting testosterone and keeping estrogen under control.
The cell experiments were carried out at the Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope, Duarte, USA. The results were published in The Journal of Nutrition.
High estrogen plays a causal role in many diseases — including cancer.
The role of estrogen is often overlooked — but it has at least been acknowledged in the case of breast cancer.
“Estrogen is a major factor in the development of breast cancer.”
One of the main sources of estrogen is an enzyme called aromatase.
Aromatase converts testosterone and other hormones into a potent form of estrogen.
“Estrogen production by aromatase in breast cancer plays a dominant role in tumor proliferation.”
Chemical aromatase inhibitors are pretty common these days.
Guys who take high doses of testosterone or other anabolic steroids will often take these treatments to control their estrogen levels.
Chemical aromatase inhibitors have also been tested in a number of diseases including cancer.
But a number of foods also contain natural aromatase inhibitors.
“Natural compounds such as flavorings and isoflavones have been shown to be inhibitors of aromatase.”
This set of experiments was designed to look at extracts of natural foods and how they affected aromatase in breast cancer cells in the lab.
“It is thought that foods which contain these phytochemicals can inhibit aromatase and suppress breast cancer cell proliferation.”
The researchers carried out analysis on a number of different foods thought to have aromatase inhibitors.
“Heat-stable extracts from green onion, celery, carrot, bell pepper, broccoli, spinach and mushroom were prepared.”
Then these food extracts were tested for their ability to inhibit aromatase — and by extension lower estrogen and boost testosterone.
The researchers found that one type of mushroom was particularly effective in inhibiting aromatase.
“Agaricus bisporus suppressed aromatase activity dose dependently.”
This is the common white button mushroom — it blocks aromatase in a dose-dependent manner.
And the mushrooms likely contain numerous different aromatase inhibitors.
“Enzyme kinetics demonstrated mixed inhibition, suggesting the presence of multiple inhibitors or more than one inhibitory mechanism.”
Common white button mushrooms block aromatase just like chemical treatments used by bodybuilders and athletes.
(But without the risk of severe side effects.)
This means that these foods could help with erections problems, cardiovascular disease, dementia, obesity, etc.
In fact these mushrooms have been tested on these diseases and have shown good results — which I have written about before.
But back to the study… Remember they were interested in breast cancer.
The researchers tried to grow breast cancer cells in the lab with extracts from the mushrooms.
The mushrooms were effective at lowering estrogen production in the cancer cells.
Consequently, the mushroom extract slowed the growth of cancer cells (proliferation).
“Phytochemicals in the mushroom aqueous extract inhibited aromatase activity and proliferation of human breast cancer cells.”
The researchers concluded that adding mushrooms to the diet has a beneficial effect on cancer.
“Diets high in mushrooms may modulate the aromatase activity and function in chemoprevention in postmenopausal women by reducing the in situ production of estrogen.”
These are just some of the many reasons I believe that most people should include common white button mushrooms in their diet.
The only caveat is that these mushrooms are mildly toxic in raw or undercooked form.
They need to be well-cooked. I boil them for 75 minutes with no lid under an extractor to remove the boiled off vapors.
The toxin (agaratine) is evaporated, so it’s important not to cook them with a lid on the pot.
This is what I’m using to stop aromatase — and gain a higher libido, better prostate health, and better erections with my wife
I’ve been using a new, natural method to stop aromatization and prevent and treat prostate problems at home.
This is a cheap, old remedy most doctors have never been told about in medical school…
…but it does amazing things for men’s prostates when used in this particular way…and it’s certainly helping my prostate and my sex life.
Because not only does this method lower estrogen and prolactin levels, it also acts as an aromatase inhibitor…
…which means it slows the conversion of testosterone into estrogen, so estrogen stops increasing.
And there are other BIG benefits for performance too…