Arimidex? Or DIM?
Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on March 12, 2011
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Arimidex or DIM?
Estrogen is implicated in a large number of breast cancer cases – and therefore one approach to controlling these cancers is to ruppress this estrogen by inhibiting aromatase – an enzyme involved in the synthesis of estrogen. And one drug that is being recommended for this purpose is Arimidex.
DIM (di-indolyl-methane) is a naturally occuring compound – found in broccoli – that balances estrogen naturally. It also has other effects that are beneficial – extremely beneficial – for cancer patients – particularly people with breast, prostate and pancreatic cancers. Go to the following link to read a discussion by some women who are using DIM. They are raving about it.
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