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What is Biotin?

Biotin is a B-complex vitamin, also known as B7 or Vitamin H. Biotin is necessary for cell growth and the production of fatty acids in living organisms.


How it works?

Biotin converts fatty acids and glucose into fuel to produce energy. It helps to produce enzymes by metabolizing amino acids and carbohydrates.  


What it treats?

•  Aides in healthy sweat glands

•  Aides in healthy nerve tissue and bone marrow

•  Treats acne and eczema

•  Strengthens hair and nails

•  Aides in preventing hair loss

•  Increases metabolism and speeds up weight loss

•  Improves blood glucose.


Biotin has been routinely included in parenteral nutrition for over 25 years. Biotin deficiency associated with parenteral nutrition has not been reported since this practice was adopted.





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