Beans, Citrus fruit, cantaloupe, whole grain bread.
Inositol is not an essential nutrient, so it does not have a recommended intake level, since your body can produce as much inositol as it needs to function. In addition, many foods -- including several fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes -- contain phytic acid, a plant compound converted to inositol after digestion. If you're interested in modifying your diet to increase your inositol intake, talk to a registered dietitian to design a meal plan.
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