Home Log In Sign Up FAQ's Contact ProBlogs About ProBlogs
Become a ProBlogger!
Be a part of the professional blogging community at ProBlogs.com!


Featured Bloggers
Creative(54,965) Creative
Robert Melaccio, sr(28,936) Robert Melaccio, sr
CatherineYen(20,979) CatherineYen
Mike Fak(18,246) Mike Fak
Danny Davids(13,494) Danny Davids
Alf Gordon(13,356)
Rob Trahan(12,495) Rob Trahan
CarolynCHolland(9,534) CarolynCHolland
BJChips(5,633) BJChips


"Horse Attacks Woman's Breast!" or HRT and the War on Cancer

By Robert Scott Bell(2,333) Robert Scott Bell

HEADLINE: HRT Once Again Linked to Breast Disease "The Journal of the National Cancer Institute carries in its April 8 online issue another report that links conjugated equine estrogen, a form of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), to benign breast disease in women."

What is the "War on Cancer" if not a war against the terrain of unsuspecting patients of the allopathic profession? One day it will be clear to most everybody that much of the cancer diagnosed each year is actually iatrogenic.

Regarding HRT, it seems somewhat absurd to me that we even consider substituting depleted human hormones with that which comes from the equine among us.

The very fact that we feel we "need" synthetic substitutes -- instead of restoring integrity to our own endocrine system -- is evidence of a failure of communication. But what is communicating to whom? Are symptoms of disease a mere annoyance or are they an indication of something valuable? Perhaps they carry information that you can use to actually improve your health by correcting the underlying cause. Since your doctor likely believes that symptomatic annoyances are an indication that you need something synthetic and FDA approved, maybe you should get a second opinion.

The pharmaceutical paradigm programs "modern" men and women, no matter what their age, to believe that they are merely on the receiving end of diminishing hormone production because of the length of time they've been on planet earth. While it is true that there is a normal endocrine reduction over time, in a healthy human it is a shift in needs and functions, not evidence of disease. Menopause is not a disease no matter what the FDA proclaims.

When will we get the message to change our diet and lifestyle, instead of confusing hypo-hormonal symptoms as Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) drug advertising? I repeat, "reduced endocrine function over time" resulting in disease-like symptoms should be a hint that we might be living a wrong lifestyle. Women, in particular, do not lack horse hormones linked to breast cancer.

If we lived in nature and worked the fields everyday of our lives save the Sabbath, we would not even be talking about HRT except in science fiction books and movies.

While I do acknowledge that there will be some diminishment in endocrine production over a lifespan, its reclassification as a disease is more the result of drug company dogma and the fact that we live a sedentary life, dependent upon food inadequate to sustain optimal health.

Low hormone levels are not the CAUSE of disease, but the RESULT of living in a manner not in line with their full production. As usual, modern medicine has it all backwards, blaming "aging" as the cause. It's not so much aging, but how you get there.
Robert Scott Bell is a Homeopathic Practitioner and
nationally syndicated talk show host on Talk Radio Network.
To read more of his articles, listen to his podcast and more,
Click Here

This Blog Post has been read 83 times.
Posted to ProBlogs.com on Thursday, April 17, 2008
View other posts by Robert Scott Bell

Comments on this blog post:
No comments yet.

Leave a Public Comment or Question:

BREAKING NEWS! Promiscuous Mice Cured Of Sexually Transmitted Disease!!!!
When State Medical Boards Attack, You Know You Want Some of What They're Going After
Salt - The Next Diet Villian?
Questions Raised On Vytorin Meeting Documents - Created After The Fact?
Why the USDA Wants to Sterilize Fresh Produce and Turn Live Foods into Dead Foods
ADHD Options That Are Not Ritalin Nor Risk the Heart
What a Good Doctor Does - Hats Off to Dr. Lorna Stuart
Most Recent Related Posts
Just what is it you who have can’t seem to grasp or don’t want to?

Home Improvement: The Bathroom Reformation

Rightful Discrimination: Why DNA Databasing by Government is Wrong

The Heart Sutra - a greatest sutra in buddhism

The Media’s White Wash Of The Winter Solider Conference

Online Auctions: Love Them or Loath Them?

Passion versus 2nd Ambition

New Migration of Immigrants in Northern Virginia.

Home alone - fending off robbers or working?

Building a PC for Dummies...Dummy


Most Popular Related Posts
How to tell if a girl likes you

A Tragic Screen Goddess--the forever Romy Schneider

A Tribute to Audrey Hepburn

How to tell if a man loves you


Life is too short to wake up with regrets

25 Things you should NOT do on a First Date!

A Genteel Grace of A Leading Movie Star-Deborah Kerr , Died at 86 (1921-2007)

Doctors Urge "Don't Stop Taking Anti-depressants"

The Art of Chinese Brush Pen and Ink Stone

Home | FAQ's | Categories | Blogging Guidelines | Recent Referrals | Terms of Use | Privacy | About ProBlogs | Contact ProBlogs
Copyright 2008 ProBlogs.com - All rights reserved.
Not Logged In