I3C™ Caps is the Theranaturals™ trademarked name for the dietary indole, 1H-indole-3-methanol, often referred to as indole-3-carbinol (I3C). Although the precise molecular mechanisms have not been fully investigated, I3C has proven clinically to have multiple biochemical and inhibitory activities. 100mg I3C/Capsule 100 capsules/bottle
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I3C™ Caps is the Theranaturals™ trademarked name for the dietary indole, 1H-indole-3-methanol, often referred to as indole-3-carbinol (I3C). Although the precise molecular mechanisms have not been fully investigated, I3C has proven clinically to have multiple biochemical and inhibitory activities learn more. Similar to BIM, one activity commonly associated with I3C consumption is its ability to shift estrogen metabolism to more amicable pathways. I3C is a complex dietary indole molecule which produces several unique and active derivatives when broken down after consumption, 10% of which is BIM. This unique array of active compounds has proven to be highly effective and beneficial in a broad scope of applications. For this reason, more study and documentation exists for I3C as opposed to its BIM counterpart. As a more complex molecule, I3C is not considered as stable as its BIM counterpart; however storage in a dark cool environment reduces decomposition and allows for best results and longevity. Current models suggest approximately 2-years shelf life if stored properly.
Dietary indoles: A dietary indole is a naturally occurring phytonutrient, commonly associated with the Brassicaceae vegetable family (broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, etc). Indoles have unique biochemical qualities and have proven beneficial for certain interactions in the body. Scientific literature and clinical studies suggest that dietary indoles can play an important roll for those suffering from severe PMS, postmenopausal hormone complications, certain breast and lung cancers, and conditions associated with the human pappilloma virus, namely: cervical dysplasia and/or cancer, genital warts, and reoccurring respiratory papillomitosis (laryngeal warts).
Other Names: 3-Hydroxymethyl Indole, 3 Hydroxymethyl Indole, I3C, Indole 3 Carbinol, 3-(hydroxymethyl), 3-(hydroxyméthyl), 3 (hydroxymethyl) Indole, 3-Indolylcarbinol, 3 Indolylcarbinol, 3-Indolylmethanol, 3 Indolylmethanol, Indol-3-Carbinol, Indole, Indole 3 Carbinol, Indole-3-methanol, Indole-3-méthanol.