Support for detoxification, hormone metabolism, and cellular health‡
- Supports the livers natural detoxification process and cellular health‡
- Made from broccoli and other naturally-sourced ingredients
DIM Detox promotes healthy cell cycle function and hormone metabolism to support the liver's natural detoxification process. DIM Detox includes ingredients like broccoli sprout concentrate to promote phase II detoxification pathways and healthy cell metabolism.‡
Take 2 capsules daily, with a meal.
Serving Size: 2 Vegetarian Capsules
Amount Per Serving
BioResponse DIM® ... 100mg
(complex of starch, diindolylmethane, vitamin E (tocophersolan), phosphatidylcholine and silica) (standardized to contain 25% diindolylmethane)
Calcium-D-Glucarate ... 100mg
Broccoli ... 100mg
(Brassica oleracea italica) sprout concentrate (whole plant) (standardized to contain a minimum of 400 mcg sulforaphane)
HMRlignan™ ... 10mg
(from Norway spruce knot wood) (containing 7-hydroxymatairesinol)
Alpha Lipoic Acid ... 200mg
N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine ... 200mg
Milk Thistle ... 150mg
(Silybum marianum) extract (seed) (standardized to contain 80% silymarin)
L-Methionine ... 200mg
Glycine ... 100mg
Taurine ... 100mg
Other Ingredients: Vegetarian capsule (cellulose, water), hypoallergenic plant fiber (cellulose), ascorbyl palmitate.
This product is GMO Free and Gluten Free.
HMRlignan™ is a trademark of Linnea Inc.
BioResponse DIM® and DIMPRO® are trademarks of BioResponse, L.L.C., Boulder, CO.
This product contains calcium D-glucarate, the use of which is licensed from Applied Food Sciences, Inc. and protected by U.S. Patent 7,662,863.
Warning: Not to be taken by pregnant or lactating women. Some ingredients may cause gastrointestinal upset. In rare cases, alpha lipoic acid may cause skin rash in sensitive individuals. Rare side effects of N-acetyl-L-cysteine and milk thistle include headache, dry mouth, itching and dizziness. Milk thistle should be avoided by individuals with allergies to members of the aster (Compositea/Asteraceae) family, daisies, artichoke, kiwi or thistle. Consult your physician for more information.