Biotin
Biotin

Biotin

Biotin

<B>function</B> <B>recommended daily allowance</B> <B>Available in</B>
Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin involved in several essential metabolic reactions 30-60 mcg per day (DGE guidelines) Biotin is available in many foods. Good sources are meat, fish, vegetables and whole-wheat products
<B>Signs of deficiency</B> <B>Main function/organ support</B> <B>Dosage in orthomolecular medicine</B>
Signs of deficiency are rare but can include skin rash, other forms of dermatitis and cracked skin at the corners of the mouth. Consumption of large quantities of egg white can compensate for biotin deficiency Detoxification, neurological support, blood formation, liver function, mucosal membrane protection, intestinal functioning Up to 20 mg per day, depending on what it is being used for