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Inositol Definition
What Is Inositol?

A lipotropic. Its deficiency can lead to hair loss. Caffeine can cause depletion of inositol. Inositol is a carbohydrate derivative, a constituent of phospholipids (phosphatidyl inositols) involved in membrane structure and as part of the signalling mechanism for hormones which act at the cell surface. It is an essential nutrient for micro-organisms and some animals, although there is no evidence that it is a dietary essential for human beings. It is a water-soluble sugary substance present in cereals as phytic acid. Inositol is sometimes included in the Vitamin B complex. It may help to control blood cholesterol levels by promoting the transport of fats to the liver and their utilization once there. It is also claimed that inositol acts as a mild anxiety-reducing factor and that it helps to maintain healthy hair.

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