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    I read the back of a dim package today, this is what it said.

    "Scientific research shows DIM increases 'favorable' estrogens (2-hydoxy-estrogen) while reducing the level of 'less favorable' estrogens (16-hydroxyestrogen)."

    is the label saying E2 is being increased and if so doesnt dr john say that E2 i the bad estrogen?

    the product is Natures way.

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    No, because 2-hydoxy-estrogen and estradoil(E2) are two different things.
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    Thanks for clearing that up
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    No prob. I haven't heard much on natures way, how potent it is, and I know it doesn't contain IC3.

    After you finish that bottle up, I would recommend you use Dr Delgados formulation from ultimatemedresearch.com
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    thanks man
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    the natures way look better to me though. i tried the indoplex and i did not like it too much. i did not really like all the calcium that it came with.
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    This isn't an indoplex brand.

    I do believe it is the DIM that Dr John recommends. Estroblock with I3C -60 count

    Remember to stack it with TMG from LEF.

    I would take it one more further and add in calcium d glucarate(LEF).

    I also like Flameout/ZMA/REZV from Biotest as well.
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    I thought I3C wasn't a good thing (chemical carcinogenesis and toxicity)...?
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    ic3 is not a good thing. this is very well documented
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    The jury is still out on IC3. Dr John refuted the idea of IC3 being cancerous in another thread of mine.
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    Here is a link with a chart on how DIM works.
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