Inositol - Benefits, Deficiency Symptoms And Food Sources
Other names :: Hexahydroxycyclohexane, Misoinositol
Inositol is part of the vitamin B-complex . It is required for proper formation of cell membranes. Inositol affects nerve transmission and helps in transporting fats within the body. Inositol, also known as myolnositol, functions closely with choline. Since the body and intestinal bacteria can make Inositol in limited quantities. It is highly soluble in water, and is not destroyed by heat in neutral, acid, and alkaline mediums.
Actions and benefits of Inositol
Recommended dosage of Inositol
Signs of Overdose
No toxic effects known, but diarrhea has been noted with the intake of very high dosage of inositol
Deficiency symptoms of Inositol
When more may be required
Taking of long term antibiotics may increase your need for inositol, as well as if you consume a lot of coffee.
Best food sources of Inositol
How to use Inositol
Take capsule whole with a full glass of liquid. Do not chew or crush. Take inositol with meals or 1 to 1-1/2 hours after meals unless otherwise advised by your physician.
Available as:- Capsule
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