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Plants that are good sources of estrogens include soy beans, sesame seeds, chickpeas, peas and beans. The phytoestrogens found in these plants are not identical to the estrogen produced by the body, but the body uses the... More »

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Some acid-producing foods are chocolate, high-fat dairy products, high-fat meats and any fried foods. Tangy citrus fruits and tomatoes are acidic in themselves, garlic, onions, spicy foods, and cheese can promote the pro... More »

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Sunflower and sesame contain high amounts of estrogen, as do legumes, such as red beans, chickpeas, green peas, split peas and black-eyed peas. Flax, commonly found in bread, bagels, muffins and cereals, and often used i... More »

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Foods high in protein include meats, poultry, seafood, eggs, beans, peas, nuts and seeds, according to the United States Department of Agriculture, or USDA. Processed soy products are also a source of high-protein foods. More »

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Some good low-sugar foods include food items made with whole grains, flax seeds, fish oil, high-fiber cereals and high-protein foods, such as eggs, beans and cheese. Some fruits and vegetables are lower in sugar than oth... More »

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Some good foods to include in a high-fiber diet are raspberries, whole-grain pasta, split peas, beans and cooked artichoke, notes Mayo Clinic. Other foods high in fiber include oatmeal, almonds, bran flakes, popcorn and ... More »

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Five of the top highest-fiber foods are bran, beans, berries, whole grains and sweet peas. Bran contains anywhere between 6 to 22 grams of fiber per ounce depending on the variety, while beans average 16 grams per cup. C... More »

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