Basically, it helps balance an oestrogen dominance; to mop up excess oestrogen, (to regulate the ratio of e2) – which is what we have with Endometriosis.
The majority of ingested I3C is absorbed in the small intestine as diindolylmethane (DIM), which is thought to be the primary contributor to I3C’s beneficial properties.
DIM is a compound found in high concentrations in vegetables of the Brassica family, including broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and cabbage.
DIM has been shown to selectively bind to estrogen receptors and may act as an estrogen antagonist at physiological concentration.
To Support Oestrogen Metabolism –
– It maintains Optimal 2-Hydroxy/16-Hydroxy Estrogen Ratios
– It’s a Source of DIM
– Nutritional Support for Liver Detoxification
– As a dietary supplement, I3C provides key nutritional support for liver detoxification.
– It also plays an important role in supporting female reproductive health.