Contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism
Contributes to normal functioning of the nervous system
Maintaining normal skin, hair and mucous membranes
Contributes to normal psychological function
Contributes to macro-nutrient metabolism
After Biotin was first discovered it took almost 40 years for it to be fully recognised as a Vitamin, now its importance is understood the world over.
Biotin is often used when a person’s intake is not high enough. Although uncommon, Biotin deficiency is found most in pregnant women. If you believe that you are Biotin deficient you should contact your healthcare practitioner as soon as possible.