Written by Dr. Daniel Liu

Study: Compound in Broccoli Reduces Harmful Estrogen Levels

Can a naturally-occurring compound in broccoli and kale be the secret to natural hormone balance for women?

Scientists have been looking for a natural alternative to help women balance their estrogen levels for decades. Doctors have been stuck prescribing treatments such as birth control and hormone replacement, which can work well for some, but for others, the side effects can be a nightmare.

Bloating, headaches, and mood swings can be debilitating

For women suffering from conditions such as PCOS, PMDD, and even menopause, it’s clear that an imbalance of estrogen levels leads to all sorts of physical and emotional turmoil. Cystic acne, bloating, headaches, and mood swings may seem minor to some but can be debilitating to those suffering.

What researchers have been looking for is a way to increase beneficial forms of estrogen, while reducing the stronger, more harmful forms.

That's why scientists couldn't believe what they discovered in common cruciferous vegetables such as kale, broccoli, and brussels sprouts.

Sources of DIM naturally occur in many of your favorite vegetables

Broccoli for PCOS?

DIM, or Diindolylmethane, is a little-known ingredient found in broccoli and its relatives. Clinical trials have proven DIM’s ability to promote healthy estrogen while reducing harmful estrogen levels.

DIM seems to stimulate the production of a less potent, more beneficial form of estrogen known as 2-hydroxyestrone. At the same time, it has been shown to reduce the effects of a stronger form of estrogen (16 alpha-hydroxyestrone), which has been linked to weight gain. (1) Additionally, DIM has been shown to inhibit an enzyme called aromatase, which converts testosterone to estrogen. (2) 

Well can I just eat broccoli or kale?

Yes and no. It’s always good to get nutrients straight from the source.

The problem is that DIM breaks down during the cooking process, so you would need to eat about 5 cups of raw broccoli or 6 cups of raw cauliflower a day to get the amount of DIM researchers have used. (3).

For some vegetable fanatics, that’s feasible. But for many that diet is unrealistic. Additionally, consuming that much raw broccoli could cause bloating and gas.

This is why the team at Fling, worked with industry-leading scientists for over a year to develop DIM My Estrogen — a gummy vitamin designed to help support hormone balance.

What is DIM My Estrogen?

DIM My Estrogen is a proprietary blend of DIM, broccoli extract and female ginseng.

Instead of pills, DIM My Estrogen is a delicious gummy that you take once a day. And don’t worry, for those of you who hate the taste of broccoli, DIM My Estrogen comes in a delicious strawberry flavor. 

Introducing DIM My Estrogen by Fling

Thousands of customers already love DIM My Estrogen

DIM My Estrogen was released in June 2021 and thousands of customers are already obsessed. Across social media, obsessed fans have shared their enthusiasm for a natural product that supports their estrogen balance.

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