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Description Vegetables are chock-full of health-promoting compounds called phytonutrients. One such nutrient is diindolylmethane, or DIM for short. It's found in cruciferous vegetables like cabbage and broccoli, and is now available in supplemental form. DIM improves estrogen metabolism, which translates into a healthier, more youthful hormone balance, increased fat loss, and reduced cancer risk. All About DIM will give you the answers you need to start putting this powerful phytonutrient to work for you. By Michael A Zeligs, MD A. Scott Connelly, MD
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