Hormonal disorders


More and more women -but also men and adolescents- have disturbed hormonal regulation. Environmental toxins, especially so-called xenoestrogens (= non-human female hormones) and so-called hormone disruptors such as mercury, disrupt the body's own rhythms and regulatory circuits. This can manifest itself in menstrual problems, premenstrual syndrome, mastopathy (stretching of the breasts), a gynecomastia in men (breast growth), premature or delayed menarche (onset of menstruation), infertility, changes in body hair, acne, hair loss, polycystic ovary, menopausal symptoms, unwanted weight gain or inability to lose weight, up to and including breast and prostate cancer.