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Why Diindolylmethane is Making Waves

When you see patients of AIDS and cancer suffering with no cure around the world, the first thing that comes to mind is why there are aren’t any cure for these diseases yet. Medical research has spent so much money in this direction but hasn’t been able to do anything until the recent discovery of a compound known as Diindolylmethane.

Strangely enough, if you go back to a time when you were a child, you would remember your Mom telling you to eat your green veggies, and in taking a leaf out of Mom’s book, scientists and medical experts have discovered DIM from green leafy vegetables that Mom thought was best for you.

Specifically, this comes from the Brassica group of vegetables such as cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli and Brussel sprouts and so on and so forth. Sounds familiar?

Not only is this compound used in conjunction with other compounds that are currently in use to treat these dreaded diseases but it works, as recently validated by medical experts, as an excellent cancer prevention diet as well.

In reducing the risk of prostate and breast cancer by almost 40 to 60 %, there is no doubt that you will find yourself healthier, thanks to the peace of mind that this compound offers.

All in all, there is no doubt that despite the research efforts still waiting on conclusive evidence, there will be progress in the cure for cancer and AIDS among several other viral and bacterial diseases in the years to come.