This vitamin was first isolated from egg yolk in 1935 and is found in a variety of combined forms in both animal and plant tissues. In the animal it is stored in the liver. Biotin is readily produced by intestinal bacteria. Antibiotics and other medications have been shown to affect the bacterial production of this vitamin. The co-enzyme properties of biotin enable it to metabolise carbohydrate and protein for energy release and to take part in the production of prostaglandins from essential fatty acids. In the body it is primarily used to assist with normal growth and development of the skin, hair, nerves and bone marrow.
Each Capsule delivers: Biotin 500ug Encapsulated with Cellulose, Rice Powder, Capsule Shell (Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose), Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate.
This Product is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.
1 to 3 capsules daily
Lamberts Biotin 500ug