ATP Science Block E3

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Block E3 – Body Shaping Serum

Block E3 is a shaping cream specifically formulated to estrogen dominant fatty areas (pictured below). The net result is:

  • an improved appearance of regional fat deposits that cause gynaecomastia in men (‘man boobs’)
  • an improved appearance of isolated pockets of fat on hips and buttocks in women and men
  • a secret weapon used by bodybuilders and physique models for pre-comp sculpting
  • a specifically formulated cream for tightening, smoothing and firming unsightly fat deposits

The Best time to Apply?

After showers to your estrogen dominant areas of the body. Use 1-2 times daily and ensure one of those times is at night after a shower before bed.



  • increases fat deposits and accumulation in isolated regions (pictured below)
  • the creation of an estrogen dominant body shape (pictured below)
  • an increased inter-muscular fat thereby reducing muscle definition
  • a reduced muscle mass and decrease muscle fibre size[1]


As estrogen is fat soluble, it is stored in the subcutaneous fat in the following areas:

  • hips
  • buttocks
  • thighs
  • breasts and chest
  • backs of the arms
  • ‘love handles’
  • lower back
  • lower abdomen

Estrogen Dominance in Men

Raised intracellular oestradiol levels in men, induce and promote obesity, gynaecomastia (man boobs), metabolic syndrome, type two diabetes, benign prostatic hypertrophy and prostate cancer.2

Estrogen Dominance in women

Elevated estrogen: androgen ratio in women can manifest as changes in body shape that include increased subcutaneous fat on the lower abdomen, buttocks, hips and thighs. Isolated pockets of fat and cellulite on the widest point of the hips are a common sign.

Causes of Estrogen Dominance in men and women

  • increased aromatase activity, converting testosterone to estrogen
  • excessive stress
  • obesity
  • inflammation
  • reactive toxins and Xeno-estrogens (from petrochemicals, plastics, Bisphenol A (BPA), pollutions, pesticides)
  • anabolic steroids
  • certain foods that contain high levels of estrogen (e.g. milk)
  • medications that cause hypogonadism and have anti-androgenic effects (such as the contraceptive pill)
  • iodine deficiency