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Were you looking for information about Diindolylmethane? Diindolmethane is a common misspelling of diindolylmethane.
Diindolylmethane (DIM) is a compound naturally formed in the body when cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli or brussels sprouts) are digested in the human stomach. It also comes in the form of a dietary supplement that is claimed to be useful for numerous different purposes, most of which are related to cancer or estrogen metabolism. Since diindolylmethane products may not be suitable for everyone, you should talk to your healthcare provider before using the supplement if you have cancer, liver disease, or kidney disease.
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