Estrogen Drives Cancer




By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Estrogen drives inflammation and cancer, and it’s NOT a female hormone.

For those who avoid “natural” therapies, here’s an article from a Montecito newspaper offering an alternative to chemotherapy (never a highest choice).


Beverlye Fead (“Aging In High Heels: The New Old,” Montecito Journal, Oct. 5-12, 2017) wrote …

“The X-ray showed a large mass, leading to a battery of tests. The outcome was the worst possible diagnosis: stage IV, inoperable, metastasized, uteral stromal sarcoma. The prognosis: two months to live, leaving me in total shock.”

According to the same source …

“Three doctors agreed with the first, suggesting an extreme course of chemotherapy, and then a resection of my stomach and then more chemotherapy. They wanted to start in two days. My life would have been over as I knew it.

“The last two doctors (thank God) came up with an experimental treatment for my hormone-driven cancer: hormone blockers. A shot of Lupron (customarily used to treat prostate cancer) was combined with a drug called Femora, a pill used to treat breast cancer patients. Dr. Charles Forscher, a wunderkind at Cedar Sinai and Dr. Frederick Eibur, a crusty genius at UCLA, worked together on my case. First, they had the treatment approved by the tumor board. Once they did, I started the treatment right away. I’m happy to report it’s been 15 years.”


Lupron blocks estrogen and testosterone.

Femora blocks estrogen.


What IS cancer?

It’s wanting to be reborn from a mother without a father or from a father without a mother.

It’s wanting to be reborn without being “born again.”


Walking the razor’s edge is the way to health.

Estrogen promotes youth and tumor growth, while testosterone encourages aging and tumor metastasis.

Timing IS the razor’s edge.

Learn to be estrogenic at Lung Time (3:00-5:00 a.m.), and testrogenic at Urinary Bladder Time (3:00-5:00 p.m.).


A clock is more like a balloon than a circle.

Squeeze one side of the balloon, and the opposite side expands.

It’s called Constriction-Dilation (Quantum Force-Electrostatic Force).

'Estrogen Drives Cancer' have 6 comments

  1. November 7, 2017 @ 3:05 am Atom

    Potato Protein Soup (according to Ray Peat)

    Peel potatoes.
    Juice them into juice-starch.
    Let the starch settle to the bottom.
    Ladle out the juice, leaving the starch behind.
    Dump the starch.
    The juice contains potato ketones that combine with the body’s own ammonia to create a superior protein.
    Add salt to taste.
    Cook for at least 45 minutes in a non-reactive pot, stirring and adding water as needed.

    Keep stirring so the potato protein doesn’t stick to the pot.

    Cooking detoxifies any potato starch residue.


    Re: adding water as needed.

    Vibrant Gal never adds water


    Re: What about cooking Potato Protein Soup in Flagstaff, Arizona, at 7,000-7,500-feet altitude?

    Add 5 or 10 minutes to the cooking time.

    DO NOT increase the temperature.–mini-e-books.php


  2. November 7, 2017 @ 3:06 am Atom

    I don’t wear sunglasses, but I also don’t sun gaze because there are too many long-term ultraviolet and blue light side effects — pterygium, cataract, solar retinopathy, etc.

    I’ve seen my share of pterygia (surfer’s eye) because I’ve lived by the beach for several decades.


  3. November 7, 2017 @ 3:07 am Atom

    Regarding STROKE, Ray Peat (transcribed from “Nervous System Protect & Restore,” YouTube) said …

    “In a nutrition class, in the late 70s, I described the way metabolically produced carbon dioxide opens blood vessels in the brain, and mentioned that carbonated water, or ‘soda water,’ should improve circulation to the brain when the brain’s production of carbon dioxide wasn’t adequate. A week later, a student said she had gone home that night and (interpreting soda water as bicarbonate of soda in water) given her stroke-paralyzed mother a glass of water with a spoonful of baking soda in it. Her mother had been hemiplegic for 6 months following a stroke, but 15 minutes after drinking the bicarbonate, the paralysis lifted, and she remained normal. Later, a man who had stroke-like symptoms when he drank alcohol late at night, found that drinking a glass of carbonated water caused the symptoms to stop within a few minutes.”


    I can’t vouch for the above, but if it IS true, it’s another example of the KISS (keep it simple, surgeon) Principle in action.


  4. November 7, 2017 @ 3:15 am Atom

    According to Master Chen (Yun Xiang Tseng)

    “If you hear yourself, too much mind movement.”


  5. November 7, 2017 @ 10:21 am RadioGuGu

    How can one be “estrogenic at Lung Time (3:00-5:00 a.m.), and testrogenic at Urinary Bladder Time (3:00-5:00 p.m.).”?


    • November 7, 2017 @ 11:25 am Atom

      Eating “on time” (according to Growth Zones) keeps us properly acidic and antioxidant in the very early morning and alkaline and oxidant in the late afternoon — Constriction-Dilation.


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