Plant-Based Organic Diet
This is the safest and best way to reduce exposure to chemical estrogen. If red meat has a high fat content, excess estrogen or chemical estrogens may be present in the fat. By eliminating meats, you cut a large source of animal fats that can store pesticides and other chemical estrogens.
By eating organic foods from farms that have never used pesticides, you minimize the the risk of ingesting chemical estrogens. The plants also provide protection against breast cancer with antioxidants and and weak estrogens that block the estrogen receptor.
There are meats that contain lesser amounts of injected or chemical estrogens. Look for organically produced beef and poultry. Than trim poultry of skin and fat. By trimming these sources of fat before cooking, you ensure that you are not consuming potential carcinogens trapped in the fat. Also look forsafer meats such as venison, turkey, rabbit, quail, and pheasant, all of which have far fewer chemical estrogens.
As great as omega-3 fatty acids are for breast protection, there is the added risk of chemical estrogens in the fat. Cold, deep, saltwater fish, harvested as far away as possible from contaminated mainland estuaries, are safest. Those include tuna, sea bass, red snapper, arctic char, halibut, and orange roughly. Some innovative producers are also, making chemical-free fish. For instance a norwegian fish farm has a deep, pollution free fjord where it now produces salmon.