• Plant-Based Inositol Compounds

Speaker: Jill Stansbury. Inositol compounds occur naturally in the body, and serve many metabolic, reproductive and inflammation-modulating roles. Inositol also occurs naturally in legumes and other plants, such as carob, Astragalus and Medicago, which can be used therapeutically for PCOS, obesity, diabetes and other conditions.


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