Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and the Autistic Brain

Holy Hormones Journal:   For years, even decades, it seems that all we knew about the endocrine system was what we learned in school – andEndocrine Disrupting Chemicals and the Autistic Brain as we all know there was not much information provided there. Just enough to get tested on. Right? Yet, endocrine functioning is one of the most fundamental and vital systems in the body. The endocrine organs regulate and balance the chemical message coming from the brain. We are one big biochemical organism. And the intricate web of cellular communications is becoming weakened with each generation.

For new Moms – Whatever you do – do NOT get a vaccination during pregnancy. Nor do you want to take psychotropic drugs.  Detox and having nutrition should become the norm for every couple considering bringing life into the world.

New Study Links Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals To Autistic Behavior

Office of Medical and Scientific Justice
March 28, 2014

(Natural News) The modern-day boy and girl are raised in a chemical society, a culture drenched in pesticides, plastics, petroleum derivatives and synthetic food, medicine, and vitamins. Chemical formulas are manufactured into every corner, all the way down to electronic coatings and flame-retardant-infused couches.


Synthetics are routinely swallowed directly as “medicines,” consumed daily as pesticides in foods, inhaled unknowingly through dust and Endocrine and Autismabsorbed readily through the skin. These synthetics are often taken for granted, since they are nearly impossible to see and detect, but they are pervasive now, their effect — lasting. Next to heavy metal pollution, many of the chemicals manufactured today are the silent disrupters of life, generating imbalances in the human endocrine system, disrupting hormones, gland functions and, consequently, brain development.

It’s easy to consume pesticide-vanquished foods that deliver their hormone-ravaging formula right into the cells. Some of them, once banned, still linger in the ground decades later and continue to show up in blood and urine samples of people today. Phthalate chemicals, used to make plastic bottles more flexible, are purchased in packs of 24, slurped from and discarded carelessly into the environment.  Petroleum-based plastic bags tumble through the wind, while couches manufactured with flame retardant chemicals put off dust that is directly linked to cancer and infertility.


These chemicals start interacting with young boys and girls long before they turn two years old. Exposure begins in the womb, where chemicals’ effects are more drastic to a vulnerable, developing being. As their brain forms, precious life in the womb may be exposed to several hormone-disrupting chemicals that work their way into the mother, traveling through the placenta.

In a new study, some of these chemicals were tied to increased autistic behaviors in children, starting in the womb, and observed later at four years of age. The study, coordinated by scientists from the University of Cincinnati, Harvard School of Public Health, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Simon Fraser University, BC Children’s and Women’s Hospital, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Brown University and the CDC, used blood and urine samples from 175 pregnant women in the Cincinnati, Ohio, area and followed up with them 4-5 years later.

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Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.