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Meet Bonnie

Bonnie suffered from hormone related problems until she took her health into her own hands.

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7 Steps to Eliminating Xenoestrogens

Protect yourself by following these 7 simple steps to eliminate up to 70% of xenoestrogens.

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The Chemopreventive Case For Fermented Rice Bran

Most people know cancer begins when normal cells change and grow uncontrollably to form a mass called a tumor. However, the understanding of the general public regarding chemoprevention is limited. ...

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Surrendight - It's All You've Got!

My journey here on this earth has taught me that each ‘Life Experience’ I have, generates an emotion I feel (positive or negative) and leads me to a choice that creates a belief about my experience and a subsequent ...

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Bisphenol A (BPA) Used to Manufacture Infant Socks

 2017 study uncovered bisphenol A (BPA) and bisphenol S (BPS) occurred in 82% and 53% of textiles sampled, with socks marketed to infants having the highest concentrations and calculated dermal exposure as high as 7280 pg/kg BW/d.

Triclosan Linked to Obesity

Triclosan, an antibacterial chemical in toothpaste, soap, and household cleaners, alters both gut microbiota and endocrine function and is linked to obesity.

About Zero Xeno

Many people have never heard of xenoestrogens before. 'Xeno' means foreign, and 'estrogen' describes a female hormone. Xenoestrogens are simply foreign man-made chemicals that act like estrogen and negatively impact your body's hormones. Xenoestrogens are also known as endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs).
The World Health Organization has published 3 papers declaring "EDCs a global issue that needs immediate action." Estrogen mimicking chemicals are often in personal body care and beauty products. When you're exposed to hormone disruptors through daily routines, they fool your body into believing xenoestrogens are your own estrogens and lead to a wide variety of hormonal issues. "WHO" 2014 article "WHO" 2013 article "WHO" 2012 article