Melons, citrus fruits (except lemons), beans, lentils, nuts, whole grain products.
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The human body has the ability to create inositol from glucose. In certain phases of life (growth in infancy and in children), the body has an increased need for inositol, which should be additionally covered by the diet.
Inositol plays a central role in the cell metabolism of cell membrane lipids. Inositol is involved in fat metabolism and in the nervous system and plays an important role in the development of the lungs and eyes.