3. Boost your fibre intake
Insoluble fibre binds to excess estrogen in the digestive tract, which is then excreted by the body. A fibre supplement can also affect the composition of intestinal bacteria and reduce the build-up and re-absorption of free-floating estrogen. Good sources include wheat bran, corn bran, rice bran, the skins of fruits and vegetables (apples, pears, berries, tomatoes, eggplant, zucchini and carrots), nuts (especially almonds), seeds (particularly sunflower seeds), soybeans, dried beans, and whole-grain foods.
Whoever wrote this article is probably so far left that they can\'t even see their side of the fence. I am 19 and I drink a glass (about 1 to 1/2 cups of milk) a day and mix it with chocolate milk powder sometimes (I just like to add sugar okay). I make sure to drink my glass of milk right after I go running or lift weights at the gym so that my body has protein to rebuild the damaged muscle tissues. I have no considerable reactions drinking milk and I have been drinking it since I was a kid. I do not see why people hate milk so much, it is not \'unnatural\' to drink milk, animals eat the by products of other animals all the time. Furthermore milk tends to cause problems when you drink way too much of it. If you only consume a small amount everyday, then it would be rare for calcium to build up in your bone, because you body is able process it for the most part (unless of course you have some sort of lactose intolerance). I think we need to reanalyze our opinions regarding milk, as long as we do not over-consume dairy products, there is no specific reason why we should ban it from our diets.