I was told to take a DIM (Diindolylmethane) supplement to help decrease my excess high amount of estrogen. From what I have read, DIM is formed in the body from plant substances contained in “cruciferous” vegetables. Can I take your cruciferous food supplement in place of a DIM supplement? Will it work the same or be just as good?

Yes, DIM is only an extract of cruciferous vegetables. Why not take the whole complex. Just one single cruciferous vegetable (there are 7) alone has over 600 different phytonutrients. It's very complete.