There is a lot of estrogen in cow's milk not because of pregnancy, but because of that. that its injections are made constantly to increase the size of the udder and, as a result, to increase milk yield.
Personally, I ate 3 liters of milk and 2 liters of kefir every day, and besides, I ate cottage cheese (in pies) and cheese every day.
In 2014, he began to gain weight for no reason and in a couple of years gained an extra 30 kg of fat. I did NOT guess the reasons. Three months ago I read about female hormones in milk and stopped using milk, kefir, cottage cheese and cheese. For 3 months I have already lost 20 kg.
Yes, estrogens are found in cow's milk, but this does not mean that they are all absorbed by our body and affect the functioning of our endocrine system.
All nutrients and hormones penetrate into the milk of a cow, but their amount depends on how recently she calved. The farther from childbirth, the less.
Estrogens can only be found in natural and fresh milk, and not in those sold in stores. Skim milk does not contain them at all. But even in fresh natural milk there is a small amount of them, which cannot affect your hormonal balance, unless you drink 1 liter of pure milk every day. In such quantities, adults cannot drink milk. In all, with age, and even in children after 5 years, the amount of the enzyme that breaks down milk sugar (lactose) decreases. Therefore, when milk is consumed more than 1 glass per day (200 ml), bloating occurs, heaviness in the abdomen, and there may be loose stools. The body's defense reaction is so that you do not overeat estrogen. In other products (soy, legumes) estrogen is much less. And in phytoestrogens, i.e. those that are found in plants in general are the precursors of estrogens - inactive components from which hormones may one day be obtained.
If there are endocrinological diseases, they are treated only with drugs.
Well, firstly, not that very much, except in the milk of a pregnant cow. And even when drinking milk from such a cow, estrogen does not affect the human body. Definitely. It is unlikely that estrogen from cow's milk "contrives" its structure to integrate into the receptors of the cells of the human body. Relax. It is not in vain that this estrogen is synthesized (from the urine of a mare) in special laboratories to obtain estrogen for use in hormone therapy.