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Vitamin B8 (inositol, or its myo-inositol form) is commonly classified as B-group vitamins. However, the naming of myo-inositol by vitamin is not entirely accurate because the compound is produced in the body. His presence in the brain, liver and kidneys has been demonstrated. It also circulates in blood, where it is collected by cells. Myo-inositol also produces saprophytic bacteria. Myo-inositol is a component of phospholipids, cell membranes, plays an important role in cell morpho- and cytogenesis as well as in lipid synthesis. In addition, MI is a precursor in the synthesis of secondary hormone receptors, such as gonadoliberin (GnRH), TSH, and insulin. Inositol was detected more than one hundred years ago in the urine of diabetic patients, but then its significance was not recognized. It was not until 1941 that Gavin and McHenry discovered his significant metabolic functions.
Women who take inositol have a lower risk of hyperandrogenism, which is an excess of male sex hormones, and the carbohydrate economy is also improving. The administration of inositol also increases the level of progesterone in the luteal phase and reduces the level of free testosterone. Put simply - increases chance of conceiving.