Inositol Requirement

Inositol Requirement: Overview

Inositol plays an important part in the health of cell membranes especially the specialized cells in the brain, bone marrow, eyes and intestines.  The function of the cell membranes is to regulate the contents of the cells, which makes effective functioning possible.

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Inositol is said to promote healthy hair, hair growth, and helps in controlling estrogen levels and may assist in preventing breast lumps.  It may also be of benefit in reducing blood cholesterol levels.

Causes and Development

Taking of long-term antibiotics may increase your need for inositol, as well as if you consume a lot of coffee.  Coffee kills this nutrient.

Signs and Symptoms

If your intake is not sufficient, you may experience symptoms such as eczema, hair loss, constipation, and abnormalities of the eyes and raised cholesterol.

Signs, symptoms & indicators of Inositol Requirement:

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Inositol Requirement suggests the following may be present:

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Recommendations for Inositol Requirement:

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