Facts About Vitamin H ...
...commonly known as Biotin and Co-enzyme R.
Biotin is a water soluble vitamin, which is also known as co-enzyme R and
Vitamin H and has no known toxicity.
The bacteria in the intestinal tract produces biotin and small amounts of this vitamin can
be stored in the kidneys, adrenal glands, brain and liver.
Biotin is important as a co-enzyme for the production of proteins and fats, plus this
vitamin is also important in the oxidation of carbohydrates and fatty acids.
Unfortunately, some of this vitamin can be lost within cooking water.
Biotin (vitamin H) can be found in foods such as egg yolk, meat such as liver, fish, nuts,
dairy (cheese and milk) and whole grains.
Biotin, as mentioned above, is required by the body for metabolism of carbohydrates, fats
and proteins, plus for bone marrow. This
vitamin is also required for the nerves, sex glands, skin, sweat glands, hair, growth and
However, the requirements of this vitamin may need to be increased if consuming a large
amount of egg white or alcohol.
Also if taking drugs such as antibiotics, sulphur drugs, oral contraceptives or
oestrogens, then you may also need to increase the intake of vitamin H (Biotin).
There are important nutrients that should be taken alongside Biotin. These are manganese, vitamin C, zinc, sulphur and
other B complex vitamins, especially vitamin B12, vitamin B5 and Folic Acid.
Nutritional Vitamin Supplements
o Maximol (liquid vitamins and
o Orachel (multi-vitamin oral chelation
Other Nutritional Information
o Specific Vitamins and their benefits
o The role of Vitamins in our bodies
| Home | Products | Health | Research | Email | Contact Details |
Independent Distributors of the finest nutritional supplements and health products in the
Copyright © www.anewlife.co.uk All Rights Reserved