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Does anyone know the best foods to eat with natural hormones in? I'm going to look into this later do a search, but just wondered if anyone had any suggestions?? thanks TTE
 
It doesnt matter, some foods have things natural estrogens in, I found what I wanted, heres the list incase it is helpful to anyone else.

Foods Containing Natural Estrogens

A number of different foods and herbs are sources of natural plant estrogens, and can be very helpful during menopause, The following is a list of some of the best food sources of estrogen. These foods are also high in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and essential fatty acids, and they are low in saturated fat. In other words, they are nutritious and should be part of your diet on a regular basis.? Alfalfa?
Animal flesh
Anise seed?
Apples
Baker's yeast?
Barley?
Beets?
Carrots?
Cherries
Chickpeas
Clover?
Cowpeas (black- eyed peas)
Cucumbers?
Dairy Foods
Dates
Eggs
Eggplant
Fennel?
Flaxseeds?
Garlic?
Hops?
Licorice?
Oats?
Olive oil?
Olives?
Papaya?
Parsley
Peas?
Peppers
Plums?
Pomegranates
Potatoes?
Pumpkin?
Red beans?
Red clover?
Rhubarb?
Rice?
Sage?
Sesame seeds?
Soybean sprouts?
Soybeans?
Split peas
Sunflower seeds?
Tomatoes
Wheat?
Yams?


Estrogen Inhibiting Foods

If you are suffering from breast cancer, PMS, fibroids, ovarian cysts, and other situations that estrogen might exacerbate, the following estrogen inhibiting foods might be of interest to you.
Berries
Broccoli?
Buckwheat
Cabbage
Citrus Foods
Corn
Figs
Fruits (except apples, cherries, dates, pomegranates)
Grapes
Green beans
Melons
Millet
Onions
Pears
Pineapples
Squashes
Tapioca
White rice
White flour


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