What is Inositol?
Inositol is often referred to as Vitamin B8. B Vitamins are a group of water soluble vitamins. Inositol is found in cell membrane structures.
Inositol is classified as a B-Vitamin, and is closely linked with Choline. Choline has been found to contribute to normal lipid metabolism as well as to the maintenance of normal liver function.
Where to find Inositol:
Inositol can be found naturally in citrus fruits, nuts, seeds, grains and lecithin. Perhaps surprisingly, the body can make Inositol by breaking down Glucose.
Insitol can also be referred to as:
Phosphatidylinositol, Myo-Inositol, Phytate, Phytic Acid.
|Nutrition||per 500mg Serving||per 100g|
Vegetarians & Vegans.
Mix 1 scoop (approximately 500mg) with 50ml water, ideally with food. Use 1-3 servings daily, spaced evenly.
Note: Caffeine has been shown to somewhat neutralise the effects of inositol. If you have a high caffeine diet, it is therefore advisable to reduce your caffeine intake in order to get the most from this product.
Inositol is a B Vitamin and, as such, works well with other B Vitamins such as Choline Bitartrate. It is also often found in a high quality multivitamin supplements. An example is Complete Multivitamin Complex™, which it can be taken alongside to further raise Inositol levels.
I am using Inositol for 4 weeks now. This product really helps with my mood, I feel like I have more energy.
And the most impressive thing - my vision gets better for about an hour after drinking it. (My vision is very bad and I wear strong glasses)
Also I eat less because my mood is better and I have more energy I don't want that much sweets! So it helps to keep healthy diet.
On 25/01/2013 Simona said...