Question: I have cervical dysplasia. Do you have any suggestions as to how I can help myself? B.T. – Tarrytown, NY Answer: Cervical dysplasia is abnormal cells found in the cervix, usually leading to cervical cancer. It can be caused by infection or physical trauma, but is usually the result of estrogen dominance. As mentioned above, this can be caused by the excess estrogen you consume in meat and dairy products. However, there is another reason for estrogen dominance – the consumption of environmental chemicals called xenoestrogens. Xenoestrogens are chemicals that have a different chemical structure than estrogen, but they have the ability to attach to estrogen receptor sites on cells and provide an estrogen effect. Xenoestrogens are everywhere in our environment, so you must make an effort to avoid them. These include pesticides, phthalates and bisphenol-A. These xenoestrogens are fat-soluble molecules. They build up in your body with time. The best way to get rid of them is frequent saunas. How to do that is outlined in my books, Never Be Sick Again, Never Be Fat Again, and Never Fear Cancer Again.
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