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The Newest on Water-Soluble Vitamins
Biotin – Coenzyme R, Vitamin H, Vitamin B7 (Water-Soluble)
Nutrients in Food
Beef, Broccoli, Fish, Organ meats, Peanuts, Soybean oil, Spinach
Nutrient inhibiting factors:
Food processing, avidin (egg white)
Essential for the production of healthy skin cells and tissues
Assists in the maintenance and repair of bones
During pregnancy and lactation, additional intake of biotin foods is vital to protect against sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and various birth defects
Baldness may result from a prolonged biotin deficiency
Essential for the conversion of fatty foods into individual cells, as it activates the enzyme that is vital for cell construction
Promotes the conversion of blood sugar (glucose) into a useable form of energy
Protects against digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, and diarrhea
Folic acid, vitamins B5 and B12, protein, and carbohydrates need biotin for their full effectiveness and utilization
Deficiency may contribute to an overweight individual because it is essential for the conversion of fats
Vital for the nervous system and may protect against the development of poor muscle and nerve coordination, seizures, muscle cramps, and poor muscle tone
Stable to oxygen, cooking, and light
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Yours in Health,
Silke Heine, Owner of Simplify Holistic Nutrition
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