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Inositol is a water-soluble member of the B complex and is a lipotropic. It combines with
choline to form lecithin and also metabolizes fats and cholesterol. Like choline, it has been
found important in nourishing brain cells.
Inositol has been reported to help lower cholesterol levels, promote healthy hair and aid in the
prevention of baldness. It can be effective in preventing eczema and can aid in the redistribution of body
fat. Some people claim it has a calming effect.
A good way to maximise the effectiveness of vitamin E is to take enough inositol and choline.
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