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Biotin is part of the Vitamin B family and important for skin, hair, nails, as well as its role in energy production.Necessary for processing of carbohydrates, fat and protein.Like all B Vitamins, Biotin is water-soluble requiring daily replenishment. a Popular supplement for women.Although biotin deficiency is uncommon, it may occur in people who drink alcohol excessively or consume a great deal of raw egg white (which contains a protein that blocks the absorption of biotin). Genetic disorder of biotin deficiency, infant seborrheic dermatitis, and surgical removal of the stomach may also increase your need for biotin.

Symptoms of biotin deficiency include thinning of the hair, a red scaly rash (especially around the eyes, nose, and mouth), depression, exhaustion, hallucinations, and tingling of the arms and legs. Biotin deficiency may also lead to high cholesterol and heart problems.
FOODS HIGH IN BIOTIN: Eggs are a good source of protein and biotin. Even cooked eggs still maintain an excellent supply of biotin as well as zinc, iron and other B vitamins. Scrambled eggs with mushrooms are a great way to benefit, as mushrooms are also a biotin-rich food. Even if you do not want a whole meal based on eggs, it is very easy to add chopped hard-boiled eggs to a salad or snack.
Nuts and nut-based butters such as peanut butter are high in nutrients, fiber, protein, biotin and vitamin E. In particular, almonds are great for a healthy scalp and hair. Legumes such as black-eyed peas and kidney beans, edamame and stir-dried tofu make great snacks and are packed with vitamins and minerals including biotin. These are particularly important for those on a vegetarian diet.
Nibbling on whole grains such as wheat, oats and barley are a healthy source of biotin and vitamins and will contribute to a healthy head of hair. Include rice, oats and bulgar in your meals where possible and start the day with a whole-grain cereal, preferably one enriched with B vitamins including biotin.
Dairy products, meat and oily fish such as salmon and tuna all provide plenty of biotin. Cheese, yogurt, chicken and liver are particularly high in this nutrient.

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