What Should I Know Before Taking Diindolylmethane (DIM)?

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So DIM because we are still studying the effects of DIM in cancers, patients who already have cancer, need to check with their oncologists, or cancer doctor, or the personal doctor before they take the DIM. Right now we are waiting for the final study results to come back as far as preventing or treating cancers but it is exciting information that we've gotten from the earlier studies of test tubes and animals, but we are waiting for the human study.

So if you're actively being treated for cancer hold off on taking it until you've talked to your doctor about it, and any women who are pregnant or breast feeding check with your doctor before you take the supplement.