What is Inositol
Inositol is considered a vitamin, but it is actually not a real vitamin. Nevertheless, Inositol is classified as B vitamins and is also called vitamin B7 or vitamin B8. In the Netherlands they use a different B classification as in Germany and America, so there is sometimes some confusion about this. It can be produced by the body itself and can be obtained from food. This vitamin is water-soluble, which means that part of the food can be lost during washing and cooking. It is responsible for various processes in the body. Inositol influences, among other things, the process by which neurotransmitters are produced but also processes of fatty acid metabolism, bile formation and insulin action.
A lot of research has been done into how Inositol works and what role it plays in various bodily processes. Many healthy and strong qualities have emerged from these studies that support various bodily processes. It is often used for medical conditions. Due to its many healthy properties, it is also suitable for supporting general health. Because of it’s extensive effect, this vitamin can be used for various purposes. Unfortunately, we are not allowed to name the healthy properties, but there is enough information about this on the internet.
- Pure Inositol powder
- Has strong properties
- Scientifically proven effects
- Can be used by men and women
- Can be used for different purposes
- Important in various bodily processes.
Take 1 tot 3 servings daily. Mix with 250 ml. water.
The 1 cc scoop contains about 500 mg.
This is a nutritional supplement and not intended to replace a proper diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep closed and store in a cool, dry place out of reach of children. Do not use during pregnancy or lactating. Do not exceed daily dosage.