DIM is a phytochemical found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, and kale. In recent years it has garnered attention from the medical community for its ability to promote healthy cell replication and death in tissues throughout the body, thereby supporting overall tissue health.
Pomegranate Extract is packed with antioxidants, just like the fruit it comes from. Antioxidants can help the body to maintain cell and tissue health by reducing the damage caused by oxidative stress.
All of my symptoms are gone!
The same if not better than Biote’ DIM. Highly recommend!!!
This has been such a great supplement for me!
I've been taking DiM daily for almost a month. Trying to reboot my system's health.It seems to be having a slow, but steady positive effect on my energy levels.This one is 32 cents and comes with three power house plants ... black pepper, broccoli, and pomegranate.Type 1 brown bottle with easy off lid .... tamper resistant plastic which worked when I opened the bottlePaper and plastic freshness seal.Lots of cotton60 capsules doesn't fill much of the bottle.
This seems to be a good quality DIM blend so far.- Capsules are easy to swallow- No odd aftertaste or ill effects- Price/Value is very good- Claims NSF and is 3rd party lab tested via the Clean Label Project (however I haven't seen the COA yet)I haven't had any problem taking these, but I'm only giving 4 stars for now until I have a chance to view a COA from the company for this product. If/when I receive that, I'll revise my review accordingly.**My only cautionary note is regarding the inclusion of Black Pepper Extract / Piperine. If you take ANY other supplements with Piperine included, be very, very careful you do not exceed 15-20mg of Piperine a day. There's been a big bandwagon of supplement makers including Piperine in their products to "increase absorption." But this added Piperine everywhere causes a potentially harmful cumulative effect. If everyone puts this in their products, you end up getting far too much daily Piperine cumulatively (which should never exceed more than 15-20mg a day). Secondly, Piperine is *not* necessarily healthy, only GRAS (generally recognized as safe). It actually irritates the stomach and destroys gastric epithelial cells, and it's a potent gut irritant potentially causing gut permeability, even in smaller doses. Piperine also causes a potentially dangerous increase in calcium concentration. And despite being touted for its ability to increase bioavailability, it actually *reduces* absorption of Beta-carotene and Vitamin E and can cause a loss of potassium. This is really NOT something that should be added to ANY supplements. It should be left to the consumer to buy and take separately if they want to try it. So if you use any supps with added Piperine (like these capsules), keep a very close eye on your total daily Piperine intake and try to keep it under 20mg a day.