Can I Buy Inositol?
Patients can buy Inositol in our Lipo Burn formula and have the medication shipped right to their door. Consult with the doctor via an online Telewellness visit to get your prescription approved.
Do we offer Inositol as part of a treatment plan?
Accelerate weight loss
Decrease insulin resistance
How Does Inositol Work?
Myoinositol is found in the diet. Once consumed, it is transformed to phosphatidylinositol, where it is found in the cell membranes of all eukaryotic cells. Phosphatidylinositol levels influence hormones that regulate metabolism, energy usage and storage, and the stress response. Inositol can stimulate glucose uptake from the blood into skeletal muscle, resulting in decreased blood glucose levels. Myoinositol and d-chiro inositol are two insulin sensitizers that are stereoisomers. The ratio of these two forms of inositol varies by tissue. Women with polycystic ovarian syndrome have higher insulin levels, which may enhance the transfer of myoinositol to d-chiro inositol in the ovary. A relative deficiency of myoinositol can impair signals to the developing oocyte.
Benefits of Inositol
- Management of polycystic ovaries
- Treatment of diabetes
- Prevention of metabolic syndrome
- Weight loss
- Treatment of depression, psychiatric disorders, and anxiety disorder
- Prevention of cancer
- Increasing sperm count and motility
- Erectile dysfunction secondary to diabetes
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What is Inositol used for?
- Metabolic syndrome
- Polycystic ovary syndrome
You should avoid Inositol if you are/have:
- Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding (due to lack of testing)
- Bipolar disorder: Inositol may make bipolar disorder worse
- Diabetes: Watch for signs of hypoglycemia
What are the side effects of Inositol?
- Changes in sleep quality
- Compound Summary: Inositolhttps://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/Inositol#section=Molecular-Formula
- Phosphoinositides: Tiny Lipids With Giant Impact on Cell Regulationhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3962547/
- Hyperinsulinemia Alters Myoinositol to d-chiroinositol Ratio in the Follicular Fluid of Patients With PCOShttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24501149/