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Date Posted: 15:12:48 09/19/03 Fri
Author: Noofies
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Subject: I've been trying to figure out....
In reply to: Leslie 's message, "Noofies I have a quick question..." on 07:18:10 09/19/03 Fri

Who the heck you were, and the lightbulb just went on. LOL! Now that I've figured it out, I can certainly understand your dilemma!!

The oil isn't what does it, it's the lignans (or fiber) that can help reduce circulating estrogen levels. You can buy whole flax seed at the health food store, grind it to a meal in a coffee grinder/spice mill ($12 at K-mart), and add it to their food. The oil in the meal begins to degrade immediately with exposure to air and light, so either serve it right after you grind it or grind 2-3 days' worth ahead of time and immediately put it in your freezer.

>Sorry for off topic but this is the only place I knew
>to find you quick...Would you know if flax seed/or
>flax seed oil effects the hormone levels of a female ?
> I heard that if your going to breed a female not to
>use it because it will decrease the hormone levels.
>The sorce I read this on was rather questional...I
>have taken a year or longer off from any breeding and
>was thinking decreasing the hormone levels in this
>house may be a great idea, if I could do it safely,
>(anything at this point to take the edge off before I
>pull my hair out)...lol...got any idea's on this :)

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