Obesity Might Lead To Cancer

Posted on February 26th, 2014

Over the years, I have learned that abnormal weight gain can cause an increase in the amount of total estrogen that you or your pet‘s body produces. In turn, I have found that this increased amount of total estrogen can lead to an increase in weight and if that weight is due to an increase in fatty tissue, that fatty tissue may contain an enzyme called Aromatase, and as the fatty tissue increases, so does the Aromatase. When this occurs, the increase in the Aromatase causes the transformation of male testosterone and female androgen into more total estrogen.

This may all be good and fine, if you are not estrogen dominant, however if you are estrogen dominant, this increased transformation, created by the Aromatase, might cause you or your pet to develop allergies, autoimmunity and uncontrolled tissue growth, called cancer.

Dr. John Lee has also noted this in his book entitled, "What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Breast Cancer" and that the human mammary tissue produces three enzymes that will produce excess estrogen also. One enzyme is the Aromatase, which I have also found to be produced in excess fatty tissue, including the fatty tissue found in mammary glands that Dr. Lee discusses in his book.

Dr. Lee also notes in his book, that another mammary enzyme referred to as 17B-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase, will convert estrone, that is thought to be less harmful than estradiol, into estradiol, which Dr. Lee and others believe is 1000 times more potent than estrone.

Dr. Lee also mentions the third enzyme called sulfatase, which occurs in relatively high amounts in the ductile tissue of the mammary glands, which can convert a relatively inactive estrone sulfate into an estrone which can enter breast cells and cause proliferation of the mammary tissue.

In general, it is recognized that exposing estrogen to normal tissue, will cause an increase in cellular growth.

This seems to be the present day medical belief but what I have found, is that total estrogen is not being measured in humans or in animals, even though the medical world realizes that elevated estrogen can cause all sorts of oxidation, damaging free radicals and inflammation, which in turn may lead to inflammatory diseases including allergies, autoimmunity and cancer.

I am not sure why this has not been realized, but once total estrogen is measured, it may give the medical profession answers they have needed in order to help treat the cause of these catastrophic diseases for their patients.

In humans, only the three ovarian estrogens are normally measured and in men and male and female canines, only estradiol is normally measured. This is one reason why cancer and other inflammatory diseases may have been a total mystery in people and animals.

Increased estrogen is known to cause inflammation of all the endothelial cells that line all the arteries in the body. However, total estrogen is not being measured and if you consider all the chronic, catastrophic, inflammatory diseases that are occurring in patients, there is no reason not to measure total estrogen.

This may be part of the answer to Alzheimer’s Syndrome with inflammation, causing oxidative imbalances with damaging free radicals, and the inflammation of the endothelial cells that line cerebral arteries.

This elevated total estrogen may also be responsible for the early fibrin lay down that occurs, while causing the inflammation of the endothelial cells of the arteries, ending in the possible development of atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis which may lead to heart attacks and strokes.

Many women that are estrogen dominant and are not aware of this, when they have their menstrual cycles, the addition of the ovarian estrogen to their total estrogen, may cause an inflammation of their cerebral arteries and may cause them to develop migraine headaches and epileptic seizures.

Many dogs and cats that have epileptic seizures all have elevated total estrogen. For further information, please read my article, Idiopathic Epilepsy.

Elevated total estrogen may also be the answer to other autoimmune diseases like MS, MD, and Hashimoto’s Syndrome, etc. Because elevated total estrogen deregulates the immune system, and when the T-lymphocyte can no longer protect a patient against chronic viral infections like viral hepatitis and AIDs as well as fungus and molds like candida, this all may occur due to elevated total estrogen.

When the B lymphocyte is not functioning correctly, chronic bacterial infections may become prominent and protective antibodies are not produced with vaccinations. When a vaccine is given and the B lymphocyte’s ability to function has been damaged due to the elevated total estrogen, that total estrogen can also bind the thyroid receptor sights, so metabolically there is a problem breaking down and excreting the vaccine, which may become an overdose. Hopefully you can realize why a vaccine may be very harmful for a patient that has an elevated total estrogen.

The vaccine will not be processed correctly in the body and since it cannot be broken down by the liver and excreted by the kidneys in a normal amount of time, the vaccine will become an overdose of foreign material that may become a disaster for the patient that was given the vaccine and has the elevated total estrogen.

If you or your pet, are involved with any of these catastrophic diseases, please ask your health care professional to measure total estrogen and not just partial estrogen.

When the total estrogen is elevated, which will block the thyroid receptor sites, this may lead to an increase in weight for both you and your pet. If this occurs, the increased fatty tissue may produce more Aromatase that will convert androgen and testosterone into more harmful total estrogen which is recognized for causing all kinds of catastrophic diseases.

It has recently become popular with men, to take testosterone supplements, however the aromatase in their fatty tissue may convert the testosterone into estrogen. In this case, it would be best to have your physician check your total estrogen before and after you take the testosterone supplement in order to make sure taking testosterone will not cause you major health problems.

In the case of total estrogen not being measured and just partial estrogen being measured, the end effect for both you and your pet may be uncontrolled tissue growth referred to as cancer.

What does elevated total estrogen cause?

The elevated estrogen will deregulate the immune system so that the immune cells no longer protect the body and at the same time lose recognition of self- tissue, which begins with autoimmunity and may end in cancer.

The elevated total estrogen will also cause the B-Lymphocyte, that produces protective antibodies, to decrease their production of antibody. When this happens and the mucous membrane antibody in the gut called IgA is decreased below a certain level, malabsorption will occur and many times it seems that carbohydrates are more easily absorbed, which in turn will cause an increased weight gain, possibly causing a greater production of Aromatase and greater chance for testosterone and androgen transformation to occur. As already mentioned, when this happens, the estrogen which is produced at the end of the transformation will also increase you and your pet’s chances of developing allergies, autoimmunity and cancer.

Please also realize that an exocrine, pancreatic, enzyme deficiency in trypsin will allow better absorption of carbohydrates than protein and this may also lead to weight gain, including an excess amount of Aromatase that may also help lead you and your pet into a state of un-controlled tissue growth based upon obesity.

For further information on these subjects, please read The Vicious Estrogenic Cycle and Metabolic Hypothyroidism in Humans and Animals.

Please remember, if nothing else, do not accept a catastrophic diagnosis without first having a total estrogen check, because that is something that can be controlled and is easy to do!

As a matter of fact, the total estrogen test can be included with all the other blood tests that are done on your yearly physical.

These are only my thoughts and I hope they help.