Take you to a comprehensive understanding of Biotin (vitamin H)

January 28, 2021

What is Biotin (vitamin H)?

Biotin is one of the eight B Vitamins. Also known as vitamin B7 or vitamin H, biotin is water-soluble, which means your body doesn’t store it, so it’s important to consume a sufficient amount on a daily basis.

Biotin is the saviour of bald people, not only prevent hair loss and the top of the head to see light quite see effect, also can prevent modern common juvenile white hair. It also plays an important role in maintaining healthy skin. As for the effect of calm nervous system has not been confirmed, but Biotin indeed can help melancholy and insomnia.

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What is the recommended intake of biotin?

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Source:1.National Research Council. Dietary reference intakes for Thiamin, Riboflavin,Niacin,Vitamin B6,Folate,Vitamin B12,Pantothenic acid,Biotin,and Choline. National Academy of Sciences.Washington,DC:National Academy press,1998:374-89.

What functions does Biotin / vitamin H have?

①Biotin / vitamin H can help normal synthesis and metabolism of fat, glycogen and amino acids in the human body;

②Biotin / vitamin H can help to promote the normal operation and growth of sweat glands, nerve tissues, bone marrow, male gonads, skin and hair,to relieve eczema and dermatitis;

③Biotin / vitamin H can help to prevent gray hair and hair loss, help cure baldness;

④Biotin / vitamin H can help to relieve muscle pain;

⑤Biotin / vitamin H can help to promotes urea synthesis and excretion, purine synthesis and oleic acid biosynthesis.

⑥Biotin / vitamin H can be used in treatment of arteriosclerosis, stroke, lipid metabolism disorders, hypertension, coronary heart disease and blood circulation disorders.

What are the reasons for biotin deficiency?

1.Biotinidase Deficiency

Biotinase deficiency is a rare autosomal recessive genetic disorder that prevents the body from releasing free biotin, resulting in biotin deficiency. Severe biotinase deficiency can lead to coma or even death.

2.Always eating raw eggs

Regular consumption of raw eggs can cause biotin to bind to the white protein in the raw protein, blocking biotin absorption. Normally, very few people eat raw eggs.

3.Pregnant women and Lactating women

Biotin is important for pregnant women. Lack of biotin can lead to birth defects. Pregnant women can increase biotin supplementation appropriately. The NIH (National Institutes of Health) recommends 35mcg daily.

What are the symptoms for Biotin (vitamin H) deficiency?
Biotin (Vitamin H) deficiency is characterized mostly by skin symptoms, including thinning of hair, loss of luster, dry skin, scaly dermatitis, and a red rash that may extend to the eyes, nose, and mouth in severe cases. In addition, accompanied by anorexia, nausea, vomiting, tongue nipple atrophy, mucous membrane becomes gray, numbness, spirit is depressed, tired, myalgia, high cholesterol blood emia and electroencephalogram are abnormal. Most of these symptoms occur after 10 weeks of biotin (vitamin H) deficiency. In infants under 6 months of age, seborrheic dermatitis may occur.

Foods that cotains Biotin.

Brown rice, wheat, strawberry, grapefruit, grape, beer, liver, eggs, lean meat, dairy products, etc.

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