Biotin (B7)

Certain sources calls it H-Vitamin originated from the german name: Haar und Haut which means “Hair and Skin” but you can also meet with it as B-7.

Biotin deficiency diseases are rare if you keep a healthy and well-balanced dietary. A healthy intestinal flora can produce more than enough for daily usage. On the other hand several digestive disease, extreme diet or permanent antibiotic treatment can cause biotin scarcity. Biotin has an important role in healthy cellular growth and in metabolism as well.

You can find it in several cosmetic improved to treat hair, nails and skin recovery as well as in food supplements for hair, nails and skin enhancement.

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Description

Common symptoms of Biotin Deficiency Diseases

  • Alopecia
  • Chronic conjunctivitis
  • Dermatitis
  • Neurological symptoms in case of adults (Depression, Down-heartedness, Hallucinations)

You can find biotin in several raw eatables but it will decompose above 100 celsius. This means it still appears in boiled dishes but not in fried or roasted ones. Swiss chard,  raw egg-yolk, liver and foliaceous vegetables have high biotin capacity. Also the amount of protein affect the imbibition of the biotin. For example the egg white totally neutralize the biotin in the egg-yolk.

Biotin has an important role in the following physiological processes

  • Assist in energy producing metabolism
  • Participate in normal performance of the nervous system
  • Assist in normal metabolism of macronutrients
  • Participate in normal psychological functions
  • Helps to keep normal condition of hair, nails and skin
  • Helps to keep normal condition of mucous membranes

Additional information

Warning

Do not exceed the amount specified in the application! The product is not a substitute for a mixed diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of the reach of children.

Servings per bottle

100 capsules

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