Sources of Phytoestrogens

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dogboner54 said:
wtf i've been eating flax bread for years now...


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oh flax seed?

that has been used in antiquity to treat menopause in women lmfao
 

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dogboner54 said:
wtf i've been eating flax bread for years now...


:jsan:

oh flax seed?

that has been used in antiquity to treat menopause in women lmfao



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You should confirm with multiple sources to check whether a food is legit, not place all your trust in one little table.

Broccoli, according to them should lower T because of its lingans and phytoestrogens but it does the exact opposite. Its T raising components outweigh its T lowering components.

double check your sources
 

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Whitecel said:
You should confirm with multiple sources to check whether a food is legit, not place all your trust in one little table.

Broccoli, according to them should lower T because of its lingans and phytoestrogens but it does the exact opposite. Its T raising components outweigh its T lowering components.

double check your sources

brb eating broccoli to have 2,000ng's
 

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at least post the list

lemme guess

> soy
> flax
> beer

what else?
 

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[font='Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Phytoestrogen food sources
Phytoestrogens content (µg/100g)
Flax seed
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379380​

Soy beans

103920​

Soy nuts

68730.8​

Tofu

27150.1​

Tempeh

18307.9​

Miso paste

11197.3​

Soy yogurt

10275​

Soy protein powder

8840.7​

Sesame seed

8008.1​

Flax bread

7540​

Multigrain bread

4798.7​

Soy milk

2957.2​

Hummus

993​

Garlic

603.6​

Mung bean sprouts

495.1​

Dried apricots

444.5​

Alfalfa sprouts

441.4​

Pistachios

382.5​

Dried dates

329.5​

Sunflower seed

216​

Chestnuts

210.2​

Olive oil

180.7​

Almonds

131.1​

Cashews

121.9​

Green bean

105.8​

Peanuts

34.5​

Onion

32​

Blueberry

17.5​

Corn

9​

Coffee, regular

6.3​

Watermelon

2.9​

Milk, cow

1.2


Dairy seems to have a lot of xenoestrogens so don't take this list at face value if something is low

but flax seems to be dominant, and ive been eating it so fuck
 

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just lol even multigrain bread is estrogenic lol
 

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Also omega 3 eggs have hens who eat flax seed so GG

ffs
 

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Phytoestrogens are pathetically weak compared to steroidal estrogens, you should be concerned about real endocrine disruptors like BPA and nonylphenol.
 

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Erudite said:
Phytoestrogens are pathetically weak compared to steroidal estrogens, you should be concerned about real endocrine disruptors like BPA and nonylphenol.


and from where do I get that?

in Europe there's no BPA in theory
 

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This is what phytoestrogens do to you: [video=youtube]
 

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feg said:
Erudite said:
Phytoestrogens are pathetically weak compared to steroidal estrogens, you should be concerned about real endocrine disruptors like BPA and nonylphenol.


and from where do I get that?

in Europe there's no BPA in theory

You're exposed to numerous chemicals through diet and hygiene products mostly. EDC's are sprayed over crops as pesticides, and used in fragrances, shampoo, detergent, and other household items. Even if these chemicals are banned you will still be getting exposed for decades later since a lot of them don't decay well.
 

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Erudite said:
feg said:
and from where do I get that?

in Europe there's no BPA in theory

You're exposed to numerous chemicals through diet and hygiene products mostly. EDC's are sprayed over crops as pesticides, and used in fragrances, shampoo, detergent, and other household items. Even if these chemicals are banned you will still be getting exposed for decades later since a lot of them don't decay well.
How about estrogens from sources such as dairy, meat, and eggs?

Is is worth considering cutting down on those? My goal is to lose bf% so meats are crucial
 

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Eggs and meat will forever be legit. I only wish I had access to the organic versions of them like grass-fed meat and organic eggs. But still their benefits outweigh whatever hormones have been injected into the cow or chicken. It's the milk I'm not sure of.

I mean cows feed their calves with milk as their PRIMARY food source, meaning it's going to be loaded with hormones, good or bad is the question. We don't know if it will have estrogens or maybe a weaker form of testosterone or endocrine disruptors for humans. And there's no legit study I can get my hands on because the milk industry would probably go bankrupt if the results were negative, seeing as less Americans are consuming milk 

I'm not a conspiracy theorist but the feds don't care about us. 


Does anyone have links to studies about milk?
 

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Erudite said:
You're exposed to numerous chemicals through diet and hygiene products mostly. EDC's are sprayed over crops as pesticides, and used in fragrances, shampoo, detergent, and other household items. Even if these chemicals are banned you will still be getting exposed for decades later since a lot of them don't decay well.

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