3 Foods That Are High In Biotin


Be honest. Have you ever heard of biotin?

The first time I heard of biotin was on a commercial, and, if I’m remembering correctly, it was about toothpaste.

But, now that I’m well-versed in biotin, that commercial makes all the sense in the world.

See, biotin, also known as vitamin H and vitamin B7, is one of the B complex vitamins.*

This particular vitamin actually helps the body convert food into energy, hence its ancient Greek origin of “biotos,” which means “life” or “sustenance.”*





Now the entire B complex vitamin family, and specifically biotin, helps keep what I call all of the “I look good” parts of your body healthy*:

1.) Your skin.

2.) Your hair.

3.) Your eyes.

Biotin also helps keep both your liver and nervous system healthy, as well and being a crucial nutrient during pregnancy.*

Why specifically pregnancy?

Because it’s important for embryonic growth.*

So, in the video you’re about to watch, it shows you three foods that are high in biotin.

Watch it now, then go here to access amazing resources, including additional nutrient-rich foods, delicious recipes, and more, that will aid tremendously in your weight loss and healthy lifestyle journeys!



Source: HealthLine.com





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