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Estrogen And Soy Resources

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The Science Behind Soy

The humble soybean has come a long way. Today, soy is everywhere and in every possible form—beans, nuts, milk, yogurt, cheese, flour, tofu, tempeh, and “meat” analogs, to name a few. You can eat soy alone, cooked, or combined with o...  Read more

Managing Menopause with a Healthy Diet

Some women mourn it as the end of youth and fertility. Others welcome it as a time of freedom and new opportunities. Either way, menopause is a universal rite of passage for women, marking significant physical and emotional changes which can require...  Read more

An Active Approach to Managing Menopause

You’ve heard the jokes and the horror stories. But often, faced with the onset of menopause, most of us don’t know whether to laugh or cry. Luckily, if you’re determined to stay fit—or get fit— there’s no time...  Read more

Easing Back into Exercise after a Hysterectomy

Julia Nichols, an active mother of three from Cincinnati, Ohio, was just 37 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Luckily, it was detected and treated early, but because her cancer had tested positive for estrogen, Julia was at a higher risk of...  Read more

So Many Ways to Enjoy Soy!

There was a time in recent history when the closest Americans willingly came to soybeans was by driving through farm country. The only milk you could find at the grocery store came from cows, and the word “tofu” conjured images of bell-bo...  Read more

Any ideas/suggestions for NON DAIRY (non soy) high
Updated 4/19/2016 1:02:07 AM

Any ideas/suggestions for NON DAIRY (non soy) high protein snacks?? I'm not a fan of nuts, and can't eat yogurt (which I love😖). Thanks in advance...  Read more

Does anyone know if there is a huge nutritional difference b/w whey and soy protein? I I've research
Updated 3/28/2016 11:01:32 AM

Does anyone know if there is a huge nutritional difference b/w whey and soy protein? I I've researched some articles, but I don't see a big difference. I was hoping to find some experiences related b/w the two. Thanks!...  Read more

Whey or soy protein powder to help with weight los
Updated 3/14/2016 2:33:27 PM

Whey or soy protein powder to help with weight loss??...  Read more

Weight gain with estrogen blockers, matabolism jus
Updated 2/14/2016 4:51:45 PM

Weight gain with estrogen blockers, matabolism just stopped....  Read more

Chicken stir fry with soy sauce. .salad with cucum
Updated 2/8/2016 7:11:59 PM

Chicken stir fry with soy sauce. .salad with cucumbers, mozzarella cheese & ranch. 11.8 carbs 442 calories. Yummy; )...  Read more

Arugula ...Low in Calories and Very Healthful

John Hopkins University research has concluded that Arugula helps break down and flush excess estrogen from the body. This helps the estrogen overload thats behind breast and uterine cancers, PMS, and fibroids. A good source of source of calcium, ma...  Read more

I'm not going crazy

If you are feeling on edge, irritable, moody, perhaps like you're going crazy, and having menopausal symptoms, talk to your doctor. Estrogen is stored in fat. Sooooo, as your fat melts away, your estrogen hitches a ride with it and you end up shortc...  Read more

MEN IN TRAINING FOR THE GUN SHOW

A place where guys can get away from the estrogen ocean. We trade training tips, injury prevention, supplements, food info, etc. It's all about us....  Read more

From Dr. Birdie: What You Really Need to Know about Breast Cancer

For more than 25 years, October has been recognized as National Breast Cancer Awareness month. This is the time of year when the familiar pink ribbons and, in more recent years, pink in general becomes more prevalent in our communities and in the med...  Read more

Drug Treatments for Hot Flashes

Editor's Note: Cathy Cram, M.S., is the resident maternal fitness expert on our sister site, BabyFit.com. She blogs monthly on the topics of menopause, health and fitness. By Cathy Cram, M.S. This is the third blog in the series on menopause...  Read more