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Diindolylmethane (DIM) is found in nutrient-rich vegetables. DIM Supplement optimizes estrogen metabolism and supports breast health.** Additionally, DIM is known to:

  • Promote cervical health**

  • Encourage prostate wellness**

  • Help modulate inflammation**

Read more about Diindolylmethane (DIM)

What is DIM?

Commonly known as DIM, diindolylmethane is a compound contained in vegetables belonging to the Brassicaceae family, including broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower. These and other plants, referred to collectively as cruciferous vegetables, get part of their signature healthy reputation from the presence of diindolylmethane. However, prohibitively large amounts of these natural foods would need to be consumed to achieve therapeutic diindolylmethane intake. DIM supplements are highly concentrated, supplying in a few capsules the nutrition contained in multiple servings of DIM-rich vegetables.**

Diindolylmethane has been increasingly studied in recent years for its various wellness benefits. Most notably, researchers have found that DIM supplements uphold healthy estrogen metabolism in both women and men. This property is associated with Diindolylmethane’s reputation for supporting breast health, cervical health, and prostate health. Some scientific investigations have suggested that these benefits may be linked to diindolylmethane's antioxidant content as well, which allows the compound to fight harmful oxidative stress while modulating inflammation.**

Further studies have shown that diindolylmethane may help to maintain optimal immune system function. Continued research has noted that Diindolylmethane supplements may hold other beneficial health properties, with scientists taking particular interest in diindolylmethane's status as a compound that works against hormone-related androgen receptors to support overall wellness.**

DIM Supplements

Plant indoles from cruciferous vegetables typically provide the source for DIM supplements. Diindolylmethane is primarily offered in capsule or tablet form. Some DIM supplements may combine the compound with whole food extracts of broccoli, cabbage, and other nutrient-rich leafy greens.**

DIM Directions for Use

Consult with your health care professional before taking DIM supplements or beginning any routine supplementation. Diindolylmethane capsules and tablets are regularly available in the DIM dosage of 100 mg.**