DIM supplements appear to help adjust the hormone estrogen. Clinical trials have shown that it supports healthy estrogen levels, lowering the risk of certain cancers and diseases like lupus that are linked to estrogen.

Research shows that about one in three cancer deaths is related to poor nutrition and could be prevented. Scientists see lower cancer risks in people who eat a lot of vegetables. That’s why DIM is so intriguing.

The DIM compound may have several estrogen-related effects in your body:

  • Helps prevent the effects of estrogen on cells
  • Slows some cancer cells
  • Lowers toxins produced by your body’s natural metabolism
  • Boosts antioxidants
  • Promotes weight loss
  • Enhances memory
  • Improves mood
  • Reduces symptoms of PMS
  • Supports cardiovascular health
  • Promotes good muscle development
  • Improves prostate health for men

How to Include DIM in Your Diet

Even if you eat plenty of veggies, you may not get much DIM if cruciferous vegetables aren’t a regular part of your meals. Supplements can help. 

It’s not just for women. You may think of estrogen as only a female hormone, but it’s not. Men also benefit from DIM. Some of their testosterone changes into estrogen and is metabolized in the liver. Levels of a certain kind of estrogen may lead to higher risks of cancer in men, just as it can in women.

DIM commonly found in cruciferous vegetables including:

  • Broccoli
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Cabbage‌
  • Cauliflower

Learn more about BIOM DIM

DIM complex supplements help to aid in hormone balance by supporting the body’s metabolism and reducing excess estrogen. For women, this may help with menopause relief, reducing PCOS, and acne. For men, this may help reduce excess estrogen, increase testosterone, and aid with physical fitness and optimal weight management.