Name (common): Inositol
Inositol is a vitamin-like compound that is often said to belong to the B-complex family. It is found is many foods, though highest levels are found in whole grains and citrus fruits.
Functions and general science:
Inositol is an essential component of cell membrane phospholipids. It is abundant in the central nervous system and also plays a role in a messenger system which is linked to certain neurotransmitter receptors. It is needed for successful signalling of neurotransmitters and helping to regulate hormonal balance within the brain.
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