SLENDER LIVING DIM Supports Menopause, Perimenopause Aids in Cellulite Reduction, Weight Loss Management. MAINTAINS GOOD Estrogens levels. SUPERIOR HORMONE SUPPORT. Targets Stomach Fat.
Diindolylmethane is a naturally occurring substance that can greatly enhance your overall health.
When you eat your greens, you reap the rewards. DIM has shown to help keep the body in balance by keeping our hormone levels in balance.
Once your hormones are in balance, maintaining a healthy weight is far easier. It is used for preventing breast, uterine, and colorectal cancer. It is also used to prevent an enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hypertrophy, BPH) and treat premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
They're also used to help prevent prostate enlargement, treat acne, aid weight loss and target tummy fat, and reduce premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and menopause symptoms, Reduce hot flashes.
Optimise THE METABOLISM OF ESTROGEN AND TESTOSTERONE WITH DIM.
Both women and men may benefit from
DIM due to its ability to help metabolize
estrogen more efficiently and free
testosterone of binding agents in the blood.
This can help improve hormonal balance,
which contributes to a number of physical,
sexual and mental health benefits.
Diindolylmethane (or DIM) is a plant indole,
which is a plant compound used for its potential health promoting properties.
DIM is found in cruciferous plants such as broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower and cabbage.
Chewing raw or slightly cooked cruciferous vegetable activates plant enzymes, which allows DIM to enter the body.
In order to realize the benefits of DIM, you would need to consume large quantities of raw vegetables every day, up to seven pounds! To address this challenge, natural, absorbable forms of pure DIM with special absorption-enhancing formulas have been developed as dietary supplements.
DIM supports the efficient metabolism of estrogen. Supplementing your diet with DIM and cruciferous vegetables enhances the opportunity for estrogen to be broken down into its beneficial, or “good” estrogen metabolites – or 2-hydroxy estrogens.
Many of the benefits that are attributed to estrogen, which
include its ability to protect the heart and brain with its anti-oxidant activity, are now known to come from these “good” metabolites.
At the same time, DIM helps reduce “bad” estrogen metabolites, such as the 16-hydrogen metabolites, which may cause
Obesity and manmade chemicals can increase other “bad” estrogen metabolites, which may lead to weight gain, breast cancer and uterine cancer.
In addition, when estrogen isn’t metabolized efficiently, elevated levels of metabolized active estrogen – or estradiol – can
lead to health issues for men (loss of sex drive) and women (moodiness and breast pain).