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"I noticed an improvement in hair growth taking the biotin vitamin within weeks and my nails today are the best they've been in at LEAST 15 years."
- Linda, NY

"I started using biotin because my dermatologist recommended it and I have been more than pleasantly surprised.. Where has this product been all my life?!!"
- Irene, OH
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--- Updated: Thursday, June 9, 2011 ---

How the Biotin Vitamin Benefits You

The biotin vitamin, also known as Vitamin H or B7, is a water soluble vitamin that is necessary for the growth and health of our bodies. This vitamin is primarily known for benefits like making nails and hair grow faster, thicker, and stronger, however it does so much more. Not only does the Biotin vitamin aid in the converting of fatty acids and glucose into fuel for energy, (which is great for those of us that are watching our weight), but also helps keep sweat glands, nerve tissues, and bone marrow working efficiently. Recent studies also suggest that Biotin benefits with skin issues such as acne and eczema. The Biotin vitamin can be found in some everyday foods such as: cauliflower, salmon, carrots, bananas, liver, and soy flour.



When taken as a supplement, some people have found that they have more energy throughout their day, which benefits exercising for those that are looking to lose weight or are already active individuals. The most common reason people take the Biotin vitamin is to enhance the growth and appearance of their hair and nails. Most people who take this notice that their hair is healthier looking and is growing at a faster rate, and their nails are no longer brittle and have also grown faster. While Biotin is usually taken in a pill form, some shampoos are now incorporating the vitamin in their formula.

Biotin vitamin deficiency is very rare, but when it occurs, can cause severe physical and mental harm. Initial symptoms include: dry skin, fungal infections, rashes, fine and brittle hair, or even hair loss. If gone untreated, the symptoms can escalate to depression and general muscular pains. The main causes of biotin deficiency are the regular consumption of raw egg whites, prolonged oral antibiotic use, and anticonvulsant drug use.



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