anyone?what are you questioning?
He is referring to Dr. John's post at the top of the thread.
Maybe look into reducing E2 metabolism.
"A number of natural compounds can slow the breakdown, and thus increase retention, of estrogen in the body. These include grapefruit, the B vitamin PABA, and the plant compound quercetin. The mineral boron has been shown to raise estrogen levels in postmenopausal women."
I think there may be other foods/supps that also do this.
Something else to look into are foods/supps that affect the P450 liver enzymes.
Cytochrome P450 1A2 (CYP1A2) is responsible for the metabolism of estrogens and many exogenous compounds, including caffeine.