B Vitamin Complex for Better Mood & Less Anxiety• Promotes healthy serotonin levels for better mood
• May reduce symptoms associated with anxiety
• Supports healthy functioning of the nervous system
• May help individuals with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
What is Inositol?
Inositol is a natural carbohydrate molecule that our bodies produce from glucose. Some individuals unfortunately do not produce enough inositol and therefore make it necessary to supplement. The nutrient can also be found in foods, such as beans, brewer’s yeast, cantaloupe, citrus fruits, legumes, nuts, seeds, lecithin, and whole grains.
INOSITOL powder from BIOVEA is a potent supplement that is easily absorbed by the body. It delivers its essential compounds to the brain to promote healthy functioning of the nerves and muscles, as well as helping the liver process fats.
What Does Inositol Do?
INOSITOL 600mg powder from BIOVEA is a powerful supplement that contains a high level of B-complex vitamins, which help to support the nervous system by promoting healthy neurotransmitter functioning. This is directly correlated to balancing healthy serotonin levels and encouraging optimal mental and emotional wellness.
While INOSITOL is mainly known for its ability to support the healthy functioning of the nervous system, therefore reducing symptoms that are associated with depression, stress, and anxiety, INOSITOL may also have the ability to help individuals who suffer from PCOS. PCOS is an imbalance of female hormones that may cause infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods, ovarian cysts, acne, excess hair growth, obesity, and difficulty becoming pregnant.
Studies of Inositol
According to a study that was conducted in 2011 by Fertility and Sterility, researchers concluded that INOSITOL powder might improve pregnancy rate for those with insulin resistance and PCOS —33.3% improvement rate compared to 13.3% that were not administered an INOSITOL supplement.(1) For other INOSITOL benefits, more studies need to be conducted.
(1)Fertility and Sterility: The Role of Inositol Supplementation in Patients with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, with Insulin Resistance, Undergoing the Low-Dose Gonadotropin Ovulation Induction Regimen. February 2011.