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NUTRIENTS >> Vitamin B7 (Biotin)

Biotin is also known as Vitamin B7, Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin, is put in the classification of a B-complex vitamin. Biotin can help to promote healthy hair growth, it also has the added benefit of stopping brittle nail syndrome.

Daily amounts needed
Approximately 150-300 µg/dl.

Sources
Eggs, Liver , Soybeans, Nuts (Both almonds and walnuts are good sources of biotin). Whole Wheat Bread, Oats are another good grain source of biotin.

Deficiency symptoms and diseases
Dermatitis, eye inflammation, hair loss, loss of muscle control, insomnia, muscle weakness

Normal values in blood
100 to 400 pmol/liter

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