Activities, workshops & events

The most significant activities/events about the use of inositols, alone or in association, both in basic research and in clinical practice are reported in this section. Here, conferences, web seminars, webcasts, lessons and more other events with EGOI members as protagonists are enclosed, especially concerning the gynecological, reproductive, metabolic, endocrine and neurological fields.
The issues addressed in these activities are those in which inositols are more involved such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), Metabolic syndrome, insulin resistance, gestational diabetes with its complications, neurological defects for the unborn children linked to the nutritional deficiencies of mothers.

Pregnancy and obesity

Pregnancy and obesity

The intervention of Professor Facchinetti on the importance of lifestyle changes, balanced nutrition and exercise in order to counteract obesity and achieve a pregnancy. The need for the integration of those substances, such as inositols, which may improve the...

Pregnancy and obesity

Drug-induced PCOS

PCOS may be secondary to taking some medications. Antiepileptics, especially valproate, are among the drugs that may induce PCOS. Herein, the focus on this issue by Professor Kandarakis.

Pregnancy and obesity

Spotlight on inositol: the fertility molecule and beyond

The long-awaited meeting between the two pioneers of Italian-American research that has led to the discovery of its many benefits. Vittorio Unfer and Jhon E. Nestler address the topic on the balance between the two main inositol stereoisomers, myo-inositol and...

Pregnancy and obesity

The extraordinary pharmacological utility of inositol

Professor Bizzarri explains us the numerous activities of inositol in the body. This molecule is scavenger and protector of the intestine; reduces insulin resistance and the likelihood of developing diabetes; protects the processes involved into female and male...