Introduction DIM or Diindolylmethane is a dietary indole (a naturally occurring chemical or phytonutrient) found in a class of vegetables called cruciferous vegetables. These vegetables include brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower. Another important vegetable which contains this nutrient is broccoli. Though found in small amounts in these vegetables, this naturally occurring phytonutrient has a potent [...]Read More...
TagsAdverse effect Alternative Anabolic steroid Breast Breast cancer Cancer Charles Dickens COBAT Conditions and Diseases Cramp Dehydration Diabetes mellitus Disease Estrogen Fibrocystic breast changes Fibrocystic Breast Disease Health Heart disease Heart failure Homeopathy Hormone replacement therapy (female-to-male) Hypokalemia Immune system Mammography Medicine Men's Health Menstrual cycle Muscle Neurological Disorders Niacin Nutrients Nutrition Obstructive sleep apnea Physical examination Physical exercise Positive airway pressure Skeletal muscle Sleep apnea Sleep disorder Snoring Testosterone Tumor United States Vitamins and Minerals Women's Health