- Supports the glandular system.
- Fights free radical damage.
- Protects estrogen-influenced organs.
- Maintains hormonal balance in cells.
How It Works:
Compounds in cruciferous vegetables that may protect cells from oxidative damage are called indoles. Among them are I3C and its metabolites. These compounds work by binding to or activating certain receptors in the body to protect cells. I3C may be helpful in the metabolism of estrogens, protecting breast tissue and reproductive organs from cell damage. It also appears to act as an antioxidant, helping the body to cope with the oxidative damage caused by free radicals.
Broccoli flowers, indole-3-carbinol and broccoli sprouts.
Take 2 capsules daily with a meal.