Xenoestrogens are toxic substances that act like natural estrogen inside the body. These toxins trick the body into accepting the xenoestrogens into estrogenic receptors and then wreak havoc on human health in both men and women.

The Xenoestrogen List


Xenoestrogens are toxic estrogenic substances that are found in an array of different products that people use everyday. Xenoestrogens have powerful endocrine disrupting effects on the body and as such, they should be avoided. This list of xenoestrogens is not exhaustive, but it should help readers get a better idea of where these hormone disruptors are found so that they can be more easily avoided.


Xenoestrogens affect both men and women in negative ways. They cause low libido, infertility, and sexual dysfunction or diseases of the reproductive organs in males and females.


Below is a list of xenoestrogens along with example xenoestrogens that are common culprit-ingredients in each product:


  • Processed Foods:
    • Erythrosine / FD&C Red No. 3
    • All artificial coloring
    • Phenosulfothiazine (red dye)
    • Butylated hydroxyanisole / BHA
    • BHT
  • Canned foods.
  • Industrially-Raised Meats and Animal Products (they contain organophosphates and bovine growth hormones)
    • Beef
    • Pork
    • Chicken
    • Milk 
    • Butter
    • Cheese
    • Ice Cream
  • Plastic packaging
    • BPA
  • Personal Care Products including shampoos, lotions, soaps, toothpastes, etc. Note that often, products that are applied to the skin are 10 times more potent that products that are consumed by mouth.
    • Parabens
    • PCBs
    • 4-Methylbenzylidene camphor (4-MBC)
  • Cosmetic products
    • Parabens
    • Phthalates
    • PCBS
  • Household cleaners
  • Laundry detergents
    • Alkylphenol
  • Birth control medications
    • Ethinylestradiol
  • Sunscreens
    • Parabens
    • Benzophenone
    • 4-Methylbenzylidene camphor (4-MBC)
  • Plastics
    • Phthalates
    • DEHP
  • Building Supplies
    • Pentachlorophenol (biocide and wood preservative)
    • Polychlorinated bipheyls (PCBs found in electrical oils, adhesives, paints, lubricants)
  • Insecticides
  • Metalloestrogens
  • Bromide / Bromine. (Learn more about bromide here). 

How to Avoid Xenoestrogens:

  • Avoid canned foods. Thes often contain the xenoestrogen Bisphenol-A or BPA. 
  • Avoid foods that have been exposed to pesticides or herbicides. Learn more about organophosphate poisoning here
  • Choose whole, organic foods whenever possible.
  • Avoid artificial sweeteners.
  • Avoid MSG.
  • Avoid propyl gallate and 4-hexylresorcinol. 
  • Don’t consume meat or dairy from industrial farms. Instead choose hormone-free, grass-fed, humanely-raised animal products. 
  • Avoid unfiltered water which often contains toxins like fluoride, bromide / bromine, organophosphates, and other xenoestrogens. Drink only filtered water. 
  • Use natural oil products like unrefined coconut oil and cold-pressed apricot kernel oil as a lotion base. 
  • Do not heat plastic-wrapped foods in the microwave. These foods contain some of the highest levels of xenoestrogens.
  • Don’t drink coffee or other hot liquids from foam cups.
  • Store food in glass rather than plastic containers.
  • Don’t use dryer sheets.
  • Use soap nuts instead of laundry detergent.
  • For women: avoid Hormone Replacement Therapy and Birth Control Pills.
  • For women: Use a period cup rather than disposable period pads or tampons.


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