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Inositol Powder Inositol Powder 227g
Swanson
15.10 €

Inositol Powder 227g

From 3 units only: 14.79 € / Units. -2%

Shipping weight: 280g
Additives free

As an alternative, we recommend:

Choline & Inositol 120 caps.
Choline & Inositol 120 caps.
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  • 100% pure inositol in powder form
  • Helps to maintain emotional balance and well-being
  • Helps to restore the hormonal balance in case of PCOS
  • Promotes the proper functioning of the nervous system
  • May help in the prevention of diabetic complications
  • Affects the increase of fertility in women
  • Increases the sensitivity of tissues to insulin

Swanson Inositol Powder is a dietary supplement containing 100% pure inositol in powder, without unnecessary additives. It is easy to dose, already one measure is enough (attached to the product) to mix with a drink or a favorite meal. The product has a wide range of beneficial activities for health and well-being.

Inositol is the molecules of a similar structure, a set of nine stereoisomers. However, especially in case of supplements, this name usually describes a specific stereoisomer, which is myo-inositol. Inositol are so-called pseudovitamins, which are incorrectly attributed to the B vitamins. They occur in the majority of food products, with their largest amount in cereal grains and citrus fruits.

Supporting the treatment of diabetes and its complications
Inositol mimics the action of insulin, which increases insulin sensitivity. Following to oral administration, inositol stimulates the glucose uptake by skeletal muscle cells, resulting in decreased blood sugar levels (through an increase in GLUT4 activity).

In addition, inositol can also reduce urine glucose per day in obese monkeys with insulin resistance. It is suspected that a similar effect occurs in humans, which may mean that the substance may reduce high blood sugar after a meal in people suffering from insulin resistance. The concentration of inositol in urine is a commonly used diagnostic marker in case of diabetes.

Inositol supplementation may also help to reduce the incidence of gestational diabetes, especially in overweight women or with obesity of as much as 50%. In addition, inositol can help to protect embryos against the development of diabetes-related malformations and prevent diabetic neuropathy.

Relief of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) symptoms
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common hormonal disorders in women. Most of the women suffering from this disease have problems with ovulation, insulin resistance and abnormal levels of male hormones.

One study showed that women with PCOS who received myo-inositol for 3 months had significantly reduced levels of luteinizing hormone (LH), testosterone and insulin. After six months, common symptoms of PCOS (such as hirsutism or acne) have been eliminated.

Helpful in obesity
Inositol is a lipotropic substance stimulating the breakdown of the adipose tissue stores.

Women with polycystic ovary syndrome often have problems with weight loss. However, many studies have shown that administration of inositol may significantly reduce body weight and leptin levels (the hormone that controls appetite) in these women. The same effects were found in obese women.

Facilitates falling asleep and calming down
Inositol may increase the sensitivity of serotonin receptors. In addition, several studies have shown that it can act as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor. The increase in serotonin concentration leads to an increased secretion of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in certain areas of the brain. Owed to sleep promoting activity associated with GABA and serotonin, inositol could potentially be used as a remedy for insomnia.

Low levels of inositol are noted in patients with depression. The supplementation may then help to restore inositol normal levels and support depression. Daily consumption of inositol in children proved to be a relief in the symptoms of anxiety and obsessive-compulsive syndrome. In addition, high doses of inositol can reduce panic attacks and stress symptoms in adults, as well as mood swings in women with premenstrual syndrome (PMS).

In conclusion, Swanson Inositol Powder is a high-quality dietary supplement with a wide range of applications. It is helpful in reducing complications related to diabetes and in the fight against insulin resistance. It supports the nervous system, giving relief in problems of falling asleep and may have a calming effect. It is also recommended for women suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome or dealing with mood swings associated with menstruation.

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Inositol Powder6 g*
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Container size: 227 gServing size: 1 scoop (6 g)Servings per container: 37
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