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Inositol


Inositol or d-chiro inositol is an important component of the cell membrane of human beings. Another revelation about this wonderful compound, which is also referred to as vitamin Bh, is that it plays a significant role in treating various disorders, including diabetes. Inositol is available in the form of a plant fiber called phytate, which possesses antioxidant qualities, which is an added advantage for this component.

The very first benefit of inositol is that it can enhance the sensitivity of insulin in human body, which is a favorable aspect for the control of diabetes. Another good aspect of this lesser-known nutrient is that it can reduce the resulting factors for diabetes, including hyperinsulinemia and insulin resistance. This is specifically true in case of women diabetic patients.

Deficiency of inositol in human body can give free hand to sugar level to rise by taking advantage of reduced insulin sensitivity and enhanced insulin resistance. Inositol hexaphosphate (IP6) is one of the supplement form developed by scientists recently to give a boost to insulin production in the human body. This tested supplement is easy to absorb and is safe from any major side-effect. IP6 gets converted into IP3 after entering the body regulates the level of sugar in the blood.

In order to avoid diabetes and its complications like raised cholesterol level, heart diseases and eye abnormalities you need to maintain a good dietary routine. The best source for obtaining inositol is available in the form of legumes like buckwheat and beans. Apart from this, you can find it in brewers yeast, bananas, brown rice, molasses, nuts, raisins and vegetables. Generally, inositol is combined with 6 phosphates to produce what is known as phytic acid, capable of performing better for diabetes.

In general, the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) value for inositol is 1 g per day, as suggested by the federal health authorities of US. However, the value may vary for a diabetic patient on the basis of severity of problem faced by him. It is also suggested to divide the dose in two parts and take each 500 mg part at one time. For more information on the recommended dose of inositol, you need to consult your doctor.


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