Home > Search Products A-Z >

DCI 500mg (D-Chiro-Inositol) - 60 Capsules
DCI 500mg (D-Chiro-Inositol) - 60 Capsules


 
Our Price: $55.90

Stock Status:In Stock

Product Code: 937
Qty:

Description Ingredients Directions
 
Neurobiologix new exclusive formula consists of physician grade 500mg of D-Chiro Inositol per capsule!

What is D-Chiro-Inositol?

D-Chiro Inositol (DCI) is a sugar alcohol complex that is naturally produced by the body. It is a member of the B vitamin family and plays an essential role in the pathways of mitochondria and energy in the cells to generate energy from sugar. When you eat food, sugar is extracted and absorbed into the blood. Insulin is released by the pancreas in response to the sugar, telling the cells in your body to either burn the sugar for energy or store it as fat for later. As sugar levels go down, so do insulin levels. DCI acts as a secondary messenger in the insulin signaling process and can help reduce insulin resistance.*

Insulin in the body - the role it plays

Insulin helps regulate glucose levels in the body. In addition to inducing the intake of glucose by the cells, insulin plays a key role in maintaining a steady level of glucose in the blood by signaling to the liver and muscle tissue to store excess amounts as glycogen. When cells cannot appropriately absorb glucose, it builds up in the blood, leading to health complications. Due to genetic weaknesses, certain individuals are more susceptible to developing insulin resistance. D-Chiro Inositol and other natural nutrients that can help maintain appropriate cellular energy levels.*
Features
  • How Autophagy Can Affect Glucose Transport

    A weakness in autophagy, the cellular mechanism that removes dead and non-functional debris from inside the cell, can reduce the efficiency of glucose transport into the cell. If there is a decrease of cellular energy available, parts of the body including the brain, the immune and muscular systems, as well as hormone producing organs may be affected.*

    To learn more about autophagy and DCI please listen to this episode of Coffee With Dr. Stewart: