Biotin Tablet

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Mohammed Abdul Aleem Says:


hello sir i want to know about Tablet Biotin...


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Biotin deficiency is rare because, in general, intestinal bacteria produce biotin in excess of the body's daily requirements. Regardless, in the rare situation of deficiency, a supplement is not needed since you can get all the biotin you need and more in whole foods.

NOTE: the list below is not a complete list of foods that contain biotin.

Avocado is one of the richest fruit sources of biotin. Also
swiss chard, bread and yeast, salmon, liver, halibut, pork, raspberries, cauliflower, tomatoes, carrots, onions, cabbage and cucumber are other good sources of biotin. Surely one or more of these foods could be easily incorporated into one's dietary regime.

Furthermore an egg yolk is a very dense source of biotin. It is noted that researchers have identified a substance in raw egg white - a sugar and protein-containing molecule (glycoprotein) called avidin, that can bind together with biotin and prevent its absorption. So be sure to eat the yolk by itself if this method is taken.

Hope this info helps!

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