What are the possible applications for dietary indoles?
Dietary indoles show promise in many situations conditional upon estrogen metabolite balance.
Dietary indoles are patented for relieving symptoms associated with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and irritable bowel syndromes, PMS and Menopause.
Ascorbigen is patented for treating dry, chapped, skin.
An improper estrogen balance is associated with higher risk of breast and uterine cancer. Certain dietary indoles favorably affect this balance. In 1979, scientists reported a similar estrogen link to systemic lupus erythematosis.
The 2-OHE2 activity associated with I3C and DIM also favors higher levels of catecholamines essential to mood. Dietary indoles can support a positive outlook.
There are similarities between uterine fibroid tumors in women and prostate hypertrophy in men. Studies indicate that both of these conditions are driven by estrogen metabolism pathways. Some studies suggest that 2-OHE2 related estrogens play an important roll in reversing these conditions.