New Roots's Myo-Inositol helps to improve ovarian function in women with oligomenorrhea and polycystic ovaries; in the management of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) by helping to restore normal ovarian function; in the management of PCOS by reducing oxidative stresses; to restore ovulation and oocyte quality, and to normalize menstrual cycle irregularities; to reduce serum testosterone in women with PCOS; in the management of PCOS’s hormonal and metabolic conditions by promoting healthy glucose metabolism. As an important component of phospholipids, myo‑inositol can assist in regulating cellular response for healthy body functioning. Helps support healthy mood balance.
Improved insulin receptivity for cells is among the most important benefits inositol delivers for alleviating PCOS. As a natural insulin sensitizer, myo‑inositol stimulates ovarian cell growth. It’s an affordable organic compound that’s great by itself or as part of assisted reproductive therapy (ART).
myo‑Inositol is also an integral component of healthy cell membranes and strengthens their resistance to oxidative stress (OS). OS is caused by excessive by-products of normal oxygen metabolism, when the body’s antioxidant capabilities are exhausted. Supplementation with myo‑inositol for patients with PCOS can definitely safeguard the delicate process of egg-cell formation critical for fertility.
Medicinal Ingredient (per scoop):
Inositol (myo-inositol)... 4 g
Adults: Take 1 scoop one to three times daily or as directed by your health-care practitioner. Consult a health-care practitioner for use beyond 6 weeks.
Contains no: Gluten, soy, wheat, eggs, dairy, yeast, citrus, preservatives, artificial flavour or colour, or starch
Cautions and warnings: For adult use only. Consult a health-care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breast-feeding; and to ensure timely treatment of a serious cause of infertility. Discontinue use and consult a health-are practitioner if you experience nausea, tiredness, headache, dizziness, abdominal pain, flatulence, or soft stool. Consult a health-care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.