The role of bacteria within the human body is increasingly being shown to have a diverse range of effects on health and disease. A relatively new microbiome concept, within the body, is that of the estrobolome. This is the congregation of bacterial genetic enzyme expression, which influences oestrogen kinetics and is responsible for metabolising oestrogen.
Tanya Wells discusses the role of oestrogen in ER+ breast cancer, taking us through oestrogen clearance, genetics, how to support clients with this type of cancer, and how to prevent reoccurrence after remission.
Research increasingly implicates a link between the significant array of exogenous chemicals humans are continually exposed to, and many suboptimal health and chronic disease states experienced by the population.
The health status of the female reproductive cycle is a reflection of both local and systemic health. The wide range of signs, symptoms and disorders that can occur as a result of an imbalanced cycle can present as ...
Did you know your gastrointestinal bacteria can influence your oestrogen metabolism? This area of research is known as the estrobolome.
Numerous genes are involved in the production, function and metabolism of oestrogen within the body. Understanding the influence of these genes is useful in the exploration of oestrogen-related conditions.
Diet optimisation offers an adjunctive strategy that can improve both quality of life and outcomes during conventional cancer treatment.
Calcium D-glucarate has some great clinical applications for detoxification, gut and liver health.