Biotin contributes to the process that releases energy from food, it also contributes to the normal function of the immune system and mucous membranes. It is found in small amounts in food sources such as eggs, salmon and leafy green vegetables.
The body also uses biotin to produce amino acids, which are then converted in to keratin, a protein which makes up the structural component of nails, hair and skin. Therefore, biotin a vital nutrient for the maintenance of normal hair and skin. Inadequate levels of biotin affects energy levels, complexion and the ability to process information, as it is an integral vitamin for normal psychological function.
This is a high strength supplement, and as such it really doesn’t need to be taken for much longer than a few months after which one of our multivitamins, or a B Complex will provide adequate levels.
- Normal energy yielding metabolism
- Normal macronutrient metabolism
- Normal functioning of the immune system
- Maintenance of normal mucus membranes
- Normal functioning of the nervous system
- Normal psychological function
- Maintenance of normal hair and skin
Competitors may offer stronger products but our Nutrition Experts say they're over the recommended levels and not necessary.