Diindolylmethane‚ also called DIM‚ is a molecule that plays a role in the increase of breakdown in estrogen. DIM support combines two separate molecules to reduce symptoms of estrogen dominance. DIM itself is a compound that is found in some cruciferous vegetables like broccoli‚ cabbage‚ kale‚ and Brussels sprouts‚ which al have reputations for healthy‚ potentially therapeutic qualities. The DIM Complex blend also includes manageable sources of Calcium-d-Glucarate‚ NAC (N-Acetylcysteine)‚ and Lemon Bioflavonoids‚ among others. These cofactors all work together with the express goal of balancing body estrogen ratios.