This vitamin B supplement is a lesser-known version of the vitamin. It is required for the absorption of other B-complex vitamins. It also helps with protein, carbohydrate, and lipid metabolism.
Biotin is included in small amounts in a variety of foods, including whole grains, meat, fish, cooked egg yolks, milk, and soybeans. This vitamin is also produced by bacteria in the colon.
Benefits of Biotin:
It is necessary for the creation of fatty acids and glucose, as well as for the production of energy in the body. It plays a role in cell growth and is essential for maintaining healthy skin and hair. It aids in the formation and maintenance of chemical components of keratin, the major protein found in hair and nails.
Adults: Take one (1) tablet daily as a dietary supplement, preferable with a meal.