Breast Sensitivity

Breast sensitivity can be quite uncomfortable to the point of not being able to wear a bra, especially near period time. It may be due to high estrogen levels; this is also conducive to breast lumps and breast cancer. Most of your estrogen is produced by the ovaries before menopause and later by the adrenal glands. Too high estrogen levels plague the modern woman. Certain food molds, particularly zearalenone, causes overestrogenization. It affects men too. I have found it in popcorn and corn chips! And brown rice. Stop eating these. Eat white rice.

If you make cooked cereals be sure to add vitamin C to them before cooking (1/8 tsp. per cup), to detoxify food molds. I do not know whether taking vitamin C with your popcorn would detoxify zearalenone. Don’t risk it. The excess estrogen compounds must be detoxified by the liver. Yet, the liver may be incapable of this because you ate yet another food mold! See the section on moldy food (page 381).

Over-estrogenized women are over-emotional, seemingly on a roller coaster of enthusiasm and despondence. They can develop a high pitched voice, that almost sounds squeaky. High enough estrogen levels are important for fertility but too high levels can cause infertility. Your body is eager to set the level just right, if only you will clean up the ovaries of parasites and pollution. Don’t stop your clean up until the breast feels normal
again throughout your cycle and you don’t feel over-emotional, even just before your period.

Over-estrogenized women are over-emotional, seemingly on a roller coaster of enthusiasm and despondence. They can develop a high pitched voice, that almost sounds squeaky. High enough estrogen levels are important for fertility but too high levels can cause infertility. Your body is eager to set the level just right, if only you will clean up the ovaries of parasites and pollution. Don’t stop your clean up until the breast feels normal
again throughout your cycle and you don’t feel over-emotional, even just before your period.

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