Biotin or vitamin B8

Biotin, also known as vitamin B8, B7 or H, comprises the group of vitamins belonging to the B-complex.

The body has no reserves of this vitamin and the excess is excreted via the urine, so it has to be replaced on a daily basis. Biotin needs are met by the regular activity of the intestinal microflora of the body, but primarily through the consumption of biotin-rich foods or dietary supplements. Foods that are rich in vitamin B8 are: kidney, liver, egg yolk, dairy products, soybeans, yeast, fish and nuts.

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