I tried to search quite a bit but haven't found any decent answers to this question so I thought I'd see if anybody here can provide some insight.
If it is true that hormones (estrogen related) such as those from contraceptive pills are being found in tiny quantities in sources of tap water, and said hormones are able to be re digested and potentially find their way into the bodies of humans where they might interfere with our endocrine system and hormone balance:
What measures could possibly be taken to treat the water which comes out of our taps in order to reduce the levels or effect of these hormones?
Basically I'm trying to learn if boiling or filtering tap water will destroy/remove the estrogen related compounds which are apparently increasingly present in our tap water.
Thread: A question regarding tap water.