A Brief Introduction to Inositol
Inositol is an important nutritional compound that regulates cellular functions and enzyme activity. Common food sources include vegetables, bananas, brown rice, wheat germ, nuts, unrefined molasses, and raisins.
Inositol supplementation has been shown to provide positive support for:
Inositol is produced in small amounts by the body. Although deficiencies are rare, exposure to environmental toxins and other external stressors may increase the rate at which Inositol is depleted in the body. An Inositol deficiency may be a contributing cause to memory loss, anxiety, eczema, hair loss and constipation.
How Inositol is Thought to Work
Inositol is considered to be a cofactor. Cofactors are the single most important set of components required to maintain fundamental processes throughout the body. Basic nervous system functions such as neurotransmitter synthesis and healthy cell-to-cell communication would not be possible without the presence of necessary vitamin, mineral and amino acid cofactors. Supplementing an already healthy diet with Inositol has been clinically shown to relieve mild mood shifts and occasional anxiety caused by stress. Because of its nutritive value, Inositol is best used along with other essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids that promote healthy sleep function.
Inositol Safety and Usage
Inositol maintains an excellent safety profile. No recommended daily allowance (RDA) exists for Inositol because it is a non-essential nutrient. Adults are advised to take between 250mg and 1000mg to provide positive support for low energy levels and mental fatigue caused by occasional anxiety and stress.
What are the potential side effects of Inositol?
Side effects are rare and have been documented as mild in clinical study. They may include gastrointestinal discomfort. In the event that you or your child experience an adverse reaction, discontinue use of this dietary supplement.
Does Inositol adversely interact with prescription drugs?
There are no known interactions. If you or your child is taking a prescription medication, it is recommended that you consult with your prescribing doctor before making any changes or additions to a current treatment plan.
Precautions and Safety For Users Taking Inositol
- Consult with your healthcare provider before beginning a wellness plan that includes dietary supplements like Inositol
Is Inositol safe for children?
Inositol is well-tolerated when used in children. Because each child is unique, Inositol should only be administered under the supervision of a professional healthcare provider.
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