Inositol

Inositol

Inositol is a collective term for a group of carbohydrates and is produced by the human body from glucose and therefore not considered an essential nutrient.

Functions:
Cell signaling: Inositol is a constituent of the intracellular phosphatidyl inositol, which is linked to serotonin, norepinephrine, and cholinergic receptors.

Inositol is often linked to mood and has been clinically investigated for both anxiety and low mood.

The description presented in the nutrients glossary is for informational purposes only. It is based on widely available scientific and/ or traditional references. Levels vary by product. The ingredient in the product is not intended to prevent, treat, cure or alleviate the medical symptoms described. Vitamins and supplements should not replace a balanced diet. If you are unsure if this supplement is right for you, or if symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional. Do not take more than the recommended daily dose.