Xenoextrogens are chemicals that mimic natural estrogens and that interfere with proper functioning of the endocrine system. They are pervasive and significant in their actions. They are found in plastics as well as many dental materials such as composite fillings and bonding agents used to cement inlays, onlays, and crowns to the teeth. These are often cured with a light. Besides the xenoestrogens, some of these materials are as toxic as amalgams, but the impact people differently. If we combine exposure to plastics with dental materials, bovine growth hormones, and hormone supplements, the consequences can be quite severe.
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