Is There Estrogen in Your Cologne?
December 07, 2015
Scientists are now linking cancer in men’s special spot with exposure to xenoestrogens. Did you know your cologne, deodorant and shampoo may contain chemical hormone disrupting xenoestrogens?
Since testicular cancer is the most common type of malignancy in men between the ages of 15-40 years of age, it is important that men learn what a xenoestrogen is, where they are hidden and how to avoid them!
The use of phthalates found in many cosmetics and body products that pregnant women use daily may be contributing to the 'feminization' of baby boys in the womb. According to scientists, xenoestrogens block normal male testosterone and can cause genital abnormalities in newborn male infants.
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by Bonnie Penner
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