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Inositol's Impact On Hormonal Acne

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Posted 30 June 2015 - 09:33 AM

UPDATE: I think this is the brand a gynecologist in Europe recommended to me. Has anyone heard of Ovasitol? Sounds like pharmaceutical companies are trying to find ways to capitalize on supplements, so we can expect more commercial versions of inositol cropping up soon.

Ovasitol is backed by the PCOS nutrition center, and they have certainly done their research. Check it out here: http://www.pcosnutri...atalogItemID=17

The dosage seems too high, though. Let me know if you tried this version! It doesn't have many reviews online.
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