This nutraceutical contains extracts from broccoli and pomegranate that provide support for the healthy utilization of estrogen in both men and women. One of BioTe's signature best-sellers, DIM aids in those who have undergone hormone pellet insertion as well.
What is in the BioTE DIM SGS + supplement?
The quality of the ingredients in the BioTE DIM SGS Plus supplement are extremely high, pharmaceutical grade ingredients. These ingredients are formulated to help you experience optimal health. BioTE DIM hormone therapy supplement derives from broccoli and pomegranate. Pomegranate extract and sulforaphane glucosinolate (SGS) have been included to enhance benefits of DIM. However, it is not a plant estrogen or an estrogen mimic, like soy isoflavones. DIM stimulates more efficient metabolism for estrogen, meaning it could help regulate the ratio of healthy to less healthy estrogen.
What is the function of the ingredients in the BioTE DIM supplement?
The namesake of DIM comes from diindolylmethane, the product of the main chemical produced when certain vegetables are broken down.
When we age, our testosterone levels drop, naturally increasing our estrogen levels. Too much estrogen can cause significant damage to our bodies. Studies have shown that people with high levels of estrogen have a higher risk of increased weight gain, bloating, water retention, and other complications. If these symptoms sound familiar, hormone therapy supplements may be right for you.
DIM, short for diindolylmethane, is a hormone “balancer.” Our DIM hormone therapy supplement derives from broccoli and pomegranate. However, it is not a plant estrogen or an estrogen mimic, like soy isoflavones. DIM stimulates more efficient metabolism for estrogen. Meaning it could help regulate the ratio of healthy to less healthy estrogen—leaving you feeling great.
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