Do Cruciferous Vegetables Increase or Decrease Estrogen?

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about consuming cruciferous vegetables and estrogen.

Type of Estrogen:
1. 16 Hydroxyestrone – The type that INCREASES the risk for certain diseases.
2. 2-Hydroxyestrone – The type that DECREASES the risk of certain diseases.

If your ratio is very low in the type of estrogen that is protective against certain disease and very high in the type of estrogen that increases the risk for a disease, then you have to consume cruciferous.

Cruciferous vegetables has a unique compounds like Indol-3-Carbinol (I3C) that turns into DIM. There are also certain compounds in cruciferous vegetables that shift the ratio from the bad to the good estrogen.

Benefits of DIM
1. Apoptosis
2. DNA Protection
3. Decrease Vascular Supply to Tumor
4. Detoxify Chemicals in the Liver
5. Antioxidants to Protect DNA
6. Decrease Spread
7. Decrease Tumor Growth

Cruciferous Vegetables
• Broccoli
• Cauliflower
• Kale
• Cabbage
• Radish
• Bok Choy
• Brussel Sprouts

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