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There is not a lot of evidence that the compound itself is estrogenic, but it may affect how estrogen is metabolized in the body, leading to feminizing outcomes. Pubmed is a good source for information in the biomedical literature- here is a pubmed search that has more information on those terms. Looking through some of the results of that search, I find ...


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The wiki for aspirin exacerbated respiratory disease seems to have a straightforward explanation: When medications such as NSAIDs or aspirin block the COX-1 enzyme, production of thromboxane and some anti-inflammatory prostaglandins is decreased, and in patients with aspirin-induced asthma, this results in the overproduction of pro-inflammatory ...


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According to Diet Induced Thermogenesis (Nutrition & Metabolism, 2004), the percent of calories converted to heat depends on a nutrient: Proteins: 15-30% Alcohol: 10-30% Carbohydrates: 5-10% Fats: 1-3% A mixed meal: ~10% (this is an estimated average) The thermic effect of nutrients is not a fixed value and can vary greatly within a person and from ...


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