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Phyto-estrogen, natural estrogen found in plants, is found in certain dried and fresh fruits, whole grains, seeds, legumes and soy products. Prunes, papaya, beans, tofu and soybeans are all rich in estrogen. More »

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Soybeans and flax are rich in estrogen. A hundred grams of flax packs 379,380 micrograms of estrogen, while soy has 103,920 micrograms of estrogen per 100 grams. Pulses, citrus fruits, licorice, fennel and celery have fa... More »

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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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