B7 Biotin

Helps your digestive system process nutrients.

What is Vitamin B7?

Vitamin B7 is also known as Vitamin H or Biotin. It travels through the bloodstream and excess is eliminated in the urine. It's a coenzyme which means that it assists in the action of an enzyme.

Sources That Contain Biotin

  • Raw Egg Yolks (consuming the egg whites only reduces the biotin levels)
  • Liver
  • Peanuts
  • Yeast
  • Bread (whole wheat)
  • Cheese
  • Pork
  • Salmon
  • Raspberries
  • Raw Cauliflower
  • Avocados

Purpose of Biotin

Biotin can benefit the body in many ways. It can help the body process glucose, fats, carbs and protein. In addition, biotin helps to keep the nails, hair and skin healthy. This is why it is found in many cosmetic and health products. It helps the respiratory system transfer oxygen to carbon dioxide. Biotin is used to treat type 2 diabetes because of its ability to help with glucose internalization.

Great for the GI tract and the digestion process

Side Effects

Biotin has few known side effects. If taken in correct dosages it is harmless. However if taken in excess, side effects may include acne, miscarriages or allergies.


Deficiency of biotin in the body is rare. Scientists believe that bacteria in the intestines create biotin in quantities that exceeds our requirements. The government does recommend that individuals take biotin in daily amounts. Mega doses are recommended if the biotin metabolism of a person is not normal. It is a required vitamin by the body.
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