DIM


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Description

Diindolylmethane (DIM for short) is found in cruciferous vegetables. The plant’s medicinal advantages can be attributed to phytonutrients (plant nutrients with health-promoting properties). DIM has these phytonutrients, its functions are particular and unique. This compound supports a beneficial shift in the balance of the sex hormones estrogen and testosterone. DIM also provides antioxidant activity to prevent damage from free radicals in the body.


DIM has a great impact on estrogen metabolization, enabling the body to eliminate bad estrogens. This helps to assist the body’s ability to detoxify the buildup of estrogen in the system and the liver and enhance the detoxification of harmful estrogen metabolites.


DIM is also known to work on enhancing energy, cardiovascular health, and healthy muscle development.

DIM Supports:

  • Enhanced immune response
  • Healthy female hormone balance
  • Healthy estrogen levels

Key Ingredients:

Diindolylmethane-estrogen metabolizer affects estrogen to regulate the first half of the menstrual cycle and then metabolizes the hormone for elimination via urination and defecation.

Broccoli Extract is a high-antioxidant food that helps prevent the oxidation of other foods. Broccoli extract is used for lowering cholesterol.

BioPerine is used to enhance bioavailability in supplements – like the beauty supplement you may be taking for your hair, skin, and nails.  BioPerine helps your body to better absorb and process calcium, iron, zinc, iodine, copper, vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin D, Ginkgo Biloba, and more. Some antioxidants are enhanced by BioPerine. 

Dosage:

Take 1 capsule twice per day. For best results take 20-30 minutes before a meal or as directed by your physician.

FAQS

What are the symptoms of estrogen dominance? 

  • Irregular menstrual cycle and heavy bleeding in women
  • Weight gain, especially in your hips, thighs, and midsection
  • Fibroids/ endometriosis
  • Fibrocystic breasts and gynecomastia in men 
  • Insomnia
  • Depression/anxiety/irritability/unusual mood swings
  • Low libido
  • Fatigue

I have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), can this help me?

As always consults your healthcare practitioner. PCOS is caused by insulin resistance and estrogen dominance and DIM is known for assisting the liver in detoxifying excess estrogens and estrogen metabolites, therefore, assisting with the estrogen dominance issue.

What are free radicals in the body?

Free radicals are unstable atoms that can damage cells, causing illness and aging. Free radicals are linked to aging and a host of diseases.

I am having hormone imbalances, what diet do you recommend?

You may take a look at our Detox For Life book as it has many healthy detox recipes. Detox supports hormone balancing and liver health. 

What other products would be good for hormone balancing while taking this product?

It depends on your health history and your goals. Always consult your healthcare practitioner when taking a nutritional supplement. If you are looking at balancing hormones, you may read more about Balance and Harmony for women.

What other conditions has DIM been used for?

It is known that DIM is excellent for liver health as the liver is the crossroads of all of our hormones and it needs help cleaning itself of built-up hormone metabolites so it can metabolize the rest of the hormones better.  These can be metabolites of any hormone, usually cortisol and estrogen, in both men and women. 

Can I take this if I am on hormone replacement therapy?

Always consult your health care practitioner. For many people taking DIM improves the safety of hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Long-term use of HRT has been shown to increase a woman’s risk of breast cancer. Many of estrogen’s risks are related to a lack of healthy metabolism. It is known that higher levels of “good” estrogen are related to a lower risk of breast cancer, and possibly heart disease. Therefore, since DIM supplementation increases “good” estrogen, it may reduce the risk of HRT-related side effects.

Can someone in perimenopause or menopause use this?

DIM can support perimenopause. A slower hormone metabolism in midlife can mean higher-than-normal levels of estrogen and a deficiency of “good” estrogen. Faltering estrogen metabolism often occurs in women during perimenopause. This can be aided by DIM’s actions on hormone balance and metabolism. As always, consult your healthcare provider before taking any nutritional supplements.

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Kim Bava

I very interested in that supplement Dim to help the estrogen hormone. Have to be taking it more. I plan to.

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Lita Lewis
Increased Husbands T by 200+

Our new Primary Care Doctor suggested DIM to help with estrogen dominance etc. and he had blood work 7 months after starting Dr Nuzum brand DIM and his Testosterone went up 200+ points. He has also lost over 10 lbs and was not trying too! Also, only 1 capsule vs. 2 of another brand. FYI!!! It does turn your urine orange...Doc said that means it’s working! Husband says it’s not as much now.

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