Integrative Therapeutics | Indolplex With DIM | 60 Tablets

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Indolplex With DIM | 60 Tablets:

Dietary Supplement!

Indolplex with DIM is a dietary supplement containing diindolylmethane (DIM) to support healthy estrogen metabolism. Research shows DIM promotes healthy estrogen metabolism by increasing the production of 2-hydroxyestrone estrogen metabolites over the undesirable 16-hydroxyestrone estrogen metabolites.

Provides diindolylmethane (DIM) to support healthy estrogen metabolism!

Indolplex with DIM is a dietary supplement contains a patented, bioavailable form of diindolylmethane (DIM), a dietary indole naturally present in cruciferous vegetables. Research shows DIM promotes healthy estrogen metabolism by increasing the production of 2-hydroxyestrone estrogen metabolites over the undesirable 16-hydroxyestrone estrogen metabolites. These critical metabolites have been shown to promote healthy cell development.

  • Features a patented form of DIM that is 10 times more potent than its precursor, indol-3 carbinol (I3C)
  • Enhanced absorption and bioavailability

Directions and/or Dosage:
Take 2 tablets daily with food, or as recommended by your healthcare professional. If less support is needed, take 1 tablet daily with food.

Other Ingredients:
Cellulose, modified cellulose, modified cellulose gum, silicon dioxide, stearic acid, magnesium stearate, titanium dioxide color, soy lecithin, vegetable glycerin, and carnauba wax.

Does Not Contain:

  • Artificial flavoring
  • Dairy products
  • Gluten
  • Ingredients of animal origin
  • Preservatives
  • Salt
  • Sugar
  • Wheat
  • Yeast

Warning:
Do not use if pregnant or nursing. If taking prescription drugs, consult your healthcare professional prior to use. Harmless changes in urine color may occur with the use of this product.

Notes:
Indolplex and DIM are registered trademarks of and is licensed from BioResponse, L.L.C.; U.S. Patent 6,086,915.

Research on DIM:

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