Calculated Mean Content Values

Units Average Min Max Standard Deviation
mg/100 g FW 0.24 9.00e-03 0.70 0.40
mol/100 g 6.57e-07 2.46e-08 1.92e-06 1.09e-06

Values calculated by aggregating data from 3 different samples from 3 unique publications.

Aglycone Mean Content Values

Aglycone Units Average Min Max Standard Deviation
Secoisolariciresinol mg/100 g FW 0.24 9.00e-03 0.70 0.40
mol/100 g 6.57e-07 2.46e-08 1.92e-06 1.09e-06

Original Content Values Used to Produce Means

Milder I.E.J., Arts I.C.W., Van de Putte B., Venema D.P., Hollman P.C.H. (2005) Lignan contents of Dutch plant foods: a database including lariciresinol, pinoresinol, secoisolariciresinol and matairesinol. British Journal of Nutrition 93:393-402 PubMed (15877880)
Original Content Value Original Food Description Commercial Origin # of Samples Analyzed
0.70 mg/100 g FW Sweet pepper, red (Capsicum annuum L.) yes 3
Kuhnle G.G.C., Dell'Aquila C., Aspinall S.M., Runswick S.A., Joosen A.M.C.P., Mulligan A.A., Bingham S.A. (2009) Phytoestrogen content of fruits and vegetables commonly consumed in the UK based on LC-MS and 13C-labelled standards. Food Chemistry 116:542-54
Original Content Value Original Food Description Commercial Origin # of Samples Analyzed
0.01 mg/100 g FW Pepper, red no 5
Penalvo J.L., Adlercreutz H., Uehara M., Ristimaki A., Watanabe S. (2008) Lignan content of selected foods from Japan. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 56:401-09 PubMed (18163563)
Original Content Value Original Food Description Commercial Origin # of Samples Analyzed
9.00e-03 mg/100 g FW Sweet pepper, red, raw, without prickles and seeds no 1