Cases of accelerated puberty in young girls and the “transgender” phenomenon are occurring with increasing frequency.
Recently we are seeing accelerated puberty in young girls, alarming increase in men with extremely low sperm counts and transgender phenomenon growing at alarming pace. Endocrinologists have found out that endocrine disruptor found in common synthetic chemicals like DES, dioxin, PCBs, DDT, plasticizers and in many more chemicals we use daily, which are responsible for these unusual phenomena. Endocrine disruptors get locked into your fatty tissues and cannot be excreted out of our bodies. Because they are insoluble in water, they accumulate within us during our entire life time.
Endocrine disruptors disturb the endocrine glands that release hormones into the bloodstream to control various organs of the body. The endocrine glands include the pituitary, thyroid, adrenal, thymus, pancreas, ovaries, and testicles. Developing fetuses and infants are more vulnerable to endocrine disruption.