Calcium-d-glucarate vs. I3C vs. DIM

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    Calcium-d-glucarate vs. I3C vs. DIM


    What are the respective benefits of Calcium-d-glucarate vs. I3C vs. DIM? In other words, I believe they are all somewhat similar in what they accomplish, but can anyone describe the differential advantages of each product over the others for a specific purpose/application/protocol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau View Post
    What are the respective benefits of Calcium-d-glucarate vs. I3C vs. DIM? In other words, I believe they are all somewhat similar in what they accomplish, but can nayone describe the differential advantages of each product over the others for a specific purpose/application/protocol?

    I3C has a few different cemicals in it, including DIM. I3C's effects are due to the DIM which is in it, so it seems DIM would be a better, more pure version of I3C. DIM + Calcium-d-glucarate seems like it'd be a great stack.

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