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Biotin

Biotin  also known as vitamin B7 assists in energy production and is needed to maintain healthy metabolic, nerve, digestive, and cardiovascular functions. This key nutrient also helps us keep a young and attractive appearance as it plays a role in maintaining the health of our skin, hair, and nails.

Biotin can be found in small amounts in foods such as eggs and nuts. It is also added to hair supplements to nourish thinning hair and assist in promoting hair growth. Symptoms of Biotin deficiency can result in thinning or discoloration of hair.  A diet containing Biotin or supplementation containing the B vitamin can help promote hair growth.

Biotin

Biotin  also known as vitamin B7 assists in energy production and is needed to maintain healthy metabolic, nerve, digestive, and cardiovascular functions. This key nutrient also helps us keep a young and attractive appearance as it plays a role in maintaining the health of our skin, hair, and nails.

Biotin can be found in small amounts in foods such as eggs and nuts. It is also added to hair supplements to nourish thinning hair and assist in promoting hair growth. Symptoms of Biotin deficiency can result in thinning or discoloration of hair.  A diet containing Biotin or supplementation containing the B vitamin can help promote hair growth.

GREAT TO GET HEALTHY LOOKING HAIR, SKIN & NAILS

To maintain healthy looking hair, skin and nails Biotin supplementation is essential. Biotin assisted with other proven nutrients promote healthy and thicker hair in line with your natural growth cycle.

Keratin, a basic protein that makes up your hair, needs biotin to be produced. Taking biotin injections improves your body’s keratin infrastructure which results in stronger and healthier hair.

OTHER HEALTHY BENEFITS OF BIOTIN INCLUDING:

Assisting in weight loss

Controlling blood sugar levels in diabetics

Acts as a coenzyme in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates, the breakdown of proteins to urea, and the conversion of amino acids from protein into blood sugar for energy

Becessary for the function of several enzymes known as carboxylases. These biotin-containing enzymes participate in important metabolic pathways, such as the production of glucose and fatty acids.

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