- Helps to restore normal ovarian function, ovulation and oocyte quality
- Helps to normalize menstrual cycle irregularities
- Promotes healthy glucose metabolism
Women with PCOS experience various hormonal and metabolic conditions resulting from increased insulin production. For example, high levels of insulin can affect glucose metabolism and lead to weight gain. Insulin may also stimulate the secretion of male sex hormones in the ovaries. High levels of these hormones can lead to excessive hair growth, acne and abnormal ovulation. In addition, women often experience menstrual cycle irregularities and infertility. Inositol is a component of the B-complex family and is mainly found in the diet as myo-inositol. Research suggests that myo-inositol helps to manage these conditions by supporting healthy glucose metabolism. Myo-inositol also plays an important role in the inositol triphosphate second messenger system that regulates oocyte development and menstrual cycle hormones. Clinical trials involving women with PCOS have found that myoinositol supplementation decreases the time to first ovulation, reduces serum testosterone levels, increases ovulation frequency, and elevates estradiol levels (a marker of follicular maturation).
Medicinal Ingredients (per scoop): Inositol (Myo-inositol) 2.05 g.
Recommended Use: Aids in the management of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) by helping to restore normal ovarian function. Aids in the management of PCOS by reducing oxida-tive stresses. Helps to restore ovulation and oocyte quality and to normalize menstrual cycle irregularities. Helps to reduce serum testosterone in women with PCOS. Aids in the manage-ment of PCOS√¢‚Ç¨‚Ñ¢s hormonal and metabolic conditions by promoting healthy glucose metabolism. Recommended Dose: Adults: Take 1 scoop 1-2 times daily, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Use for a minimum of 12 weeks to see beneficial effects.
Risk Information: Consult a healthcare practitioner before taking this product if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult a healthcare practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen. Keep out of the reach of children