Inositol and Hair Loss

I work out and keep a good diet, but I am losing my hair. Can I take Inositol and hair loss will be reversed?

2 Answers to “Inositol and Hair Loss”

  1. Emma Says:

    Inositol promotes hair growth – Specifically, healthier and stronger hair.

    Insufficient levels of Inositol can cause hair loss, but no studies have shown that taking it when there is no deficiency can help hair growth.

    Some Inositol supplements claim otherwise, but normally Inositol is found in many different kinds of foods we normally consume including: beef, cabbage, peanuts, raisins, grapefruit, balckberries, cauliflower, eggplant and green beans, so usually no supplements are required.

  2. Corey Says:

    B vitamins are critical to hair growth. It has been found that Inositol, an example of B vitamins, is an excellent solution for hair loss. B vitamins bring plenty of the important nutrients that your hair follicles need to produce more hair.

    A lack of these vitamins is one of the primary reasons for hair loss. Inositol also known as myo-inositol or vitamin B8 is an unofficial B complex vitamin. Its functions in the body include breaking down fats as well as moving fats out from the heart and liver. It also supports the production of bone marrow, intestinal cells, myelin, and a strong hair.

    Inositol has many functions in the body, and one function is reversing a hair loss condition by supplying the hair with needed nutrients.

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