DIM helps to eliminate active estrogen from the male body by promoting its conversion into the "good" metabolites
Supports lean muscle mass.
Supports a more desirable action from testosterone along with a healthier balance of testosterone to estrogen ratio
DIM, or diindolylmethane, is a plant based compound found in cruciferous vegetables, such as brussel sprouts,cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower. DIM has been shown in studies to reduce the risk of certain cancers, especially those driven by abnormally high estrogen levels, such as breast, uterus and prostate cancer.