Has anybody noticed anti-estrogen effects from taking Iodine?

  1. Has anybody noticed anti-estrogen effects from taking Iodine?


    Ive read that taking Iodine, especially if you are deficient, has anti-estrogen properties and effects.


    Has anybody noticed these effects that are taking iodine?


    Thanks!


  2. Quote Originally Posted by superone View Post
    Ive read that taking Iodine, especially if you are deficient, has anti-estrogen properties and effects.


    Has anybody noticed these effects that are taking iodine?


    Thanks!
    It will not lower estrodial but change 16 hydrox estrone to estriol - good estrogen. it helps to keep the estrogen metabolism going in the right direction reducing chances of cancer.
    I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.

  3. Nice, thats pretty cool. Thanks for that info.


    From what i have read, Estrone is more cancer causing than Estradiol. Is this true? Ive read that younger teenage woman and girls have higher Estradiol levels at this younger age and lower Estrone levels, and around age 35 and after menopause, Estradiol decreases and Estrone increases, and this is when most of the breast and other cancers start happening.


    Is this true?
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by superone View Post
    Nice, thats pretty cool. Thanks for that info.


    From what i have read, Estrone is more cancer causing than Estradiol. Is this true? Ive read that younger teenage woman and girls have higher Estradiol levels at this younger age and lower Estrone levels, and around age 35 and after menopause, Estradiol decreases and Estrone increases, and this is when most of the breast and other cancers start happening.


    Is this true?
    They both go back and forth from e1 to e2. As one gets older post menopause then e2 goes down and its the ratio of progesterone/e2 is more the main factor then anything else in breast cancer. One can have low e2 and have a low p/e2 and still be at risk.
    I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.

  5. So, what's a proper supplementation routine for iodine? Is there particular form that is preferred? Does anyone use guggulsterones anymore? Would these have application for what you are talking about?

    Thanks.
  

  
 

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