Biotin is part of the B-vitamin family. It can be found in foods such as cauliflower, nuts, sardines, legumes, brewer’s yeast, egg yolk, kidney and liver meats. This vitamin is produced naturally in the body by the abundance of beneficial bacteria in the intestinal tract such as acidophilus and bifidobacter.
Biotin has a crucial role in energy metabolism. It acts as a coenzyme and carries carbon dioxide. Biotin plays a ...Continue Reading →