Heard of DIM?
Well, if you haven’t you’re not alone… I found out about it while doing some research about my own T levels.
I was feeling tired & had little to no “drive.”
And what I found while digging around was… broccoli.
Well, it’s something that’s in broccoli. Actually, it’s in all cruciferous veggies. (Cruciferous veggies include cauliflower, cabbage, bok choy, kale, arugula, Brussels sprouts, collards, watercress, and radishes.)
Basically, cruciferous veggies all contain compounds that your body metabolizes into Diindolylmethane. Also known as DIM. Which is way easier to digest. No pun intended.
DIM is important because it helps to balance the estrogen in your system. If you're a guy and your estrogen is too high… It can cause weight gain, erection problems & low energy levels.
That’s why keeping it regulated is important. DIM goes a step further and helps to “free” bound up testosterone… letting your natural T levels “regain” their ground and help you feel better.
Not only that, but DIM can also help protect you against prostate issues & help maintain bladder control.
It’s all around a vital compound for men to have as part of their daily diet. If you don’t like your green, crunchy veggies this may be your motivation to start liking them. Of course, there’s always supplements as well (which is super convenient).
One last thing, DIM is also very important to women. I don’t want to leave anyone out. Both men and women can reap the benefits of DIM’s hormone-balancing and weight management effects. It’s just that DIM can help guys out in a few extra ways.
Anyone want some broccoli?
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