Speaker: Donald Yance. Aromatase excess syndrome (AES) is a common age-related problem affecting breast and prostate health, thereby increasing the risk of several types of cancer, obesity, and cardiovascular disease. In men, it manifests as low testosterone, feminization, and hypogonadism, and in woman, contributes to weight gain, breast tenderness, and a host of hormone-related conditions. Phytonutrients such as chrysin, berberine, biochanin A, quercetin, isoliquirtigenin, resveratrol, green tea, and grape seed extracts can inhibit activation of hormone-dependent cancers and provide a myriad of health benefits. 16SW09
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Botanicals for Aromatase Excess Syndrome
- Event: 2016 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine
- Product Code: 16SW09
- Availability: In Stock