Sunday, October 19, 2014
There are advantages of taking supplements. Have you heard how Biotin can help hair loss and stimulate hair growth? It can even reverse premature graying. Biotin is a form of Vitamin B, known as Vitamin B7, but originally known as Vitamin H. Biotin is one of the main supplements for hair and it's often recommended for chemotherapy patients to help increase hair growth. Biotin also helps our bodies to break down fats, protein and carbohydrates. Biotin helps the body turn carbohydrates into fuel that your body uses for energy.
Benefits of BiotinFor this review, I received one bottle of Eu Natural Biotin 5000mcg! Biotin is quite an impressive supplement, but this type of biotin (d-biotin) is synthetic, so I would not recommend it. I've taken Biotin off and on over the years. It definitely helps with thinning hair. I did some research on Biotin and I was quite impressed with what I found.
I found that biotin can help with so many functions in the body and can improve many conditions. I even discovered that it can help with neuropathy. My husband has severe neuropathy, so maybe this will help him. It even helps with weigh-loss, blood sugar levels, cholesterol levels and nerve function. You can click on the many benefits of adding Biotin to your daily regimen below and it will take you to the site that I found the information on.
Biotin Can Help, With Many Conditions:Depression
Blood Sugar Balance
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