No Problem at all Leonine!
Thanks for sharing the article title with us. i searched online for it and only found a similar article which is basically a summary of the one you mention: [url="http://www.wanttobewell.com/articles8.htm"]Nutrition and Estrogen Metabolism[/url].
The thing I am most curious about is the term estrogen receptive breast cancer. First, I have learned that all us women produce 29 kinds of estrogen through our whole life! Then a 30th, called estradiol, we produce from menarche to menopause. I have heard too many science fields talk about how menopause is in fact the cessation of estrogen production, or the lessening of it, thereby needing extra artificially. So it seems too often this one out of 30 estrogens, estradiol, is called simply estrogen, ignoring the other 29. Okay, so second, I understand that this one form of estrogen, estradiol, promotes cancer, in anyone really. So when one says estrogen receptive breast cancer, I wonder if this is really meaning to say estradiol-receptive cancer, and i wonder how this is different than any other cancer with the estradiol concern.
I have much reading to do to find these answers. These questions are why I have a hard time answering your question Leonine... I do want to understand it so much more!