DI-INDOLE METHANE (DIM) & SULFORAPHANE GLUCOSINOLATE (SGS) SUPPLEMENTS
Each day eat 1-2 cups of cooked cruciferous veggies like broccoli, kale, collards, cabbage, and brussel sprouts, which are nutrient powerhouses that will help support the liver’s estrogen detoxification capacity. You can up your detox game by including the following DIM and SGS supplements.
Di-indole methane (DIM), and Sulforaphane Glucosinolate (SGS) are cruciferous vegetable extracts that are helpful in cases of estrogen dominance. DIM supports phase 1 liver detoxification, and SGS supports phase 2.
The glucosinolates in broccoli, including indole-3-carbinol, and sulforaphane, help support healthy detoxification. BioResponse DIM provides 25 mg per serving of a highly absorbable form of diindolylmethane, an important metabolite of indole-3-carbinol. These compounds promote healthy estrogen metabolism and cell cycle activity. Calcium-D- glucarate targets beta-glucuronidase enzyme activity, promoting healthy hormone detoxification through the glucuronidation pathway. Lignans, such as 7-hydroxymatairesinol (HMR), are converted in the body to enterolactone. Research indicates that dietary intake of lignans and healthy serum enterolactone levels provide support for cellular, heart, breast, bone and cognitive health. Silymarin, alpha lipoic acid and n-acetyl-l-cysteine act to support phase II detoxification enzyme activity in the liver and offer antioxidant support for cellular protection. Taurine, glycine and methionine promote phase II detoxification pathways and healthy cell metabolism.
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