INOSITOL

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The help you're after to manage your PCOS, take control of your body, lose weight, and become the woman you want to be.

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What Is Inositol by Healthy PCOS?

Inositol by Healthy PCOS is made from 100% pure inositol powder. With just 1 serving a day, it works by improving your insulin sensitivity, thus, fighting insulin resistance, which is the cause of a large range of symptoms. Giving you back control of your body.
  • 100% Pure Inositol Powder

  • Evidence-Backed Results

  • Improves Multiple PCOS Symptoms

How Inositol Helps PCOS

Inositol by Healthy PCOS helps by improving your insulin sensitivity (the opposite of insulin resistance). This is incredibly powerful as we know that insulin resistance is the main driver causing your ovaries to overproduce testosterone, leading to irregular or absent periods, infertility, acne, hair growth, and weight gain.
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Simply Mix and Drink

It's so easy to take our Inositol powder. Simply mix 3-4g of Inositol powder with any drink you wish (water is preferred), and that's it. 

There are no crazy tablets you need to take. You don't need to try and swallow multiple capsules. Simply mix and drink.

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Join the thousands of other wonderful women who are enjoying taking control of their PCOS and their body.

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1 Month Supply

$31.95

  • Improve Insulin Sensitivity
  • Reduce Testosterone Levels
  • Regulate Menstrual Cycle
  • Induce Weight Loss
  • Reduce Acne and Hair Growth
3 Month Supply

$79.95

  • Improve Insulin Sensitivity
  • Reduce Testosterone Levels
  • Regulate Menstrual Cycle
  • Induce Weight Loss
  • Reduce Acne and Hair Growth
6 Month Supply

$134.95

  • Improve Insulin Sensitivity
  • Reduce Testosterone Levels
  • Regulate Menstrual Cycle
  • Induce Weight Loss
  • Reduce Acne and Hair Growth
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Wonderful Women. Incredible Results.

We've helped over 1,850 women with PCOS lose weight. Why? Because we understand that by taking a PCOS specific approach to lose weight, by balancing your hormones then every woman with PCOS can successfully reach her goals.
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What Have The Studies Shown?

  • Hormonal Balance

    A review of 12 studies concluded that inositol was a safe and effective therapy for PCOS and achieved significantly better results in weight reduction, ovulation, and pregnancy rates (46.7% vs. 11.2%) than metformin.

  • Insulin And Testosterone

    Supplementing with inositol helps correct the imbalances in insulin signaling and alleviates insulin resistance. Inositol supplementation has been shown to help decrease androgen levels (hair growth, acne)

  • Ovarian Function And Inflammation

    Inositol supplementation can improve ovarian function and normalize menstrual cycles. A 2012 study showed taking inositol supplements was able to reduce systemic inflammation.

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Upgrade your order to the Ultimate PCOS Stack which contains inositol, ZMA & L-Carnitine and save a further 20% off your order!

  • Regulate Menstrual Cycle

  • Increase Fat Loss

  • Increase Energy

  • Lower Androgen Levels

  • Improve Insulin Sensitivity

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Stack contains 100g Inositol, 100g ZMA, and 100g L-Carnitine

250g

Stack contains 300g Inositol, 250g ZMA, and 250g L-Carnitine

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Inositol FAQ

Q) Is taking Inositol safe?

When it comes to side effects and safety, the general consensus seems to be that Myo-inositol is a safe supplement to take given no clinically relevant adverse effects have been found in several human studies that looked at doses of 4000 mg per day throughout pregnancy.

Q) Can you take Inositol and metformin together? 

This will be dependent on your reaction to metformin primarily. A lot of women describe unwanted side effects from metformin. If you don't experience these side effects than yes, taking Inositol with metformin is safe.

Q) Is there any side effects with Inositol?

At the safe and recommended levels, no. But, please note that everyone is different so you may experience some adverse reactions. Studies have shown that when taking at high dosages (12,000mg) a day there were mild gastrointestinal side-effects.

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Order Your Inositol Now

1 Month Supply

$31.95

  • Improve Insulin Sensitivity
  • Reduce Testosterone Levels
  • Regulate Menstrual Cycle
  • Induce Weight Loss
  • Reduce Acne and Hair Growth
3 Month Supply

$79.95

  • Improve Insulin Sensitivity
  • Reduce Testosterone Levels
  • Regulate Menstrual Cycle
  • Induce Weight Loss
  • Reduce Acne and Hair Growth
6 Month Supply

$134.95

  • Improve Insulin Sensitivity
  • Reduce Testosterone Levels
  • Regulate Menstrual Cycle
  • Induce Weight Loss
  • Reduce Acne and Hair Growth
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Disclaimer

It is important you understand that the results of taking any vitamin is down to the individual. Please understand that you may receive different results than what you expect. Every single person has millions of factors that impact their health. The average person will usually see some improvement taking vitamins but I want you to manage your expectations. The vitamin recommendations above are given from my own research and personal experience talking to women with PCOS. Your results will vary and depend on many factors.