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Biotin

BIOTIN, a water soluble B-vitamins, helps the body convert food into energy and therefore is a life sustaining B-Vitamin. A crucial nutrient during pregnancy as it is important for fetal growth, biotin is needed for OPTIMAL health of skin, hair, eyes, liver, brain and nervous systems.

Most people absorb the biotin they need from eating a healthy nutrient rich foods that includes:

  • organ meats, such as liver or kidney
  • egg yolk
  • nuts, such as almonds, peanuts, and walnuts
  • soybeans and other legumes
  • whole grains
  • bananas
  • cauliflower
  • mushrooms

There is some research indicating that getting additional biotin can regulate blood sugar and diminish kidney damage in insulin-dependent diabetics (type 1 & 2), metabolic syndrome, insulin resistance, promote healthy hair, skin, and nails, and help pregnant moms have healthier babies. 

Signs of diminished body levels of Biotin include hair loss or a scaly red rash. Research found that women who supplement with Biotin experienced a significant amount of hair growth in the areas affected by hair loss and report less hair shedding.