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Diindolylmethane (DIM) is a naturally occurring compound that is found in Brassica vegetables such as cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, kale and brussel sprouts. Scientists think that by consuming these vegetables it helps protect the body against cancer because they also contain a related chemical called indole-3-carbinol.

Diindolylmethane is a potent activator of immune response system. The scientists a launched a product ActivaMune Diindolylmethane as a first class nutritional supplement as they combined Diindolylmethane with other multiple nutrients such as Sulforaphane, Selenium, Lycopene, Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Calcium and Vitamins C, D and E. ActivaMune Diindolylmethane is prepared to provide maximum bio-availability. It delivers a bio-active quantity of Diindolylmethane to the consumers. DIM is an immune booster that is used for preventing breast cancer, uterine cancer and colo-rectal cancer. It is also used to prevent enlarged prostate and is used in the treatment of premenstrual syndrome. It is safe when consumed in foods. Taking larger doses of Diindolylmethane preparations has been reported to lower sodium levels in some people.


Diindolylmethane act like oestrogen in the body but there is evidence that sometimes under certain circumstances it might also block estrogen effects and might make hormone sensitive conditions worse. ActiveMune DIM is all natural ingredients, it promotes cellular detoxification and supports multiple organs throughout the body rejuvenating it and beating the stress factor out leaving one feeling good and healthy. It provides phytonutrients that are equivalent to approximately five pounds of fresh organic uncooked spinach, tomatoes, broccoli in addition to other immune system boosters. It is superior to other immune boosters because many manufacturing processes destroys the enzymes necessary for the production of key phytonutrients in the supplement.

Precaution should be taken in cases of pregnancy and breastfeeding since not enough is known about the safety of larger amounts of Diindolylmethane. Children should not be given larger amounts, it is safe when consumed in small amounts found in the food. Hormone-sensitive conditions such as breast, uterine and ovarian cancer, endometriosis and uterine fibroids can be made worse, it is advisable to stay on the safe side and consume the Diindolylmethane found in foods. Endurance sports athletes are advised to take the product before and after their workout as this helps in boosting their immune systems and removing the stress endured.



    Great Article

  2. Tommy Jays says:

    Very informative

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