How Biotin Benefits the Body
To understand how Biotin benefits the body let us start this off by explaining where biotin comes from. Biotin is a critical form of B vitamin and is a vital nutrient that can be found most commonly in beef, eggs, salmon and pork. Biotin is critical in speeding up the metabolism of glucose, amino acids and other fatty acids.(Basically this this the catalyst in the body to help us extract energy from our foods). Thus resulting in improved metabolism, skin health and weight loss.
While biotin deficiency isn’t always cause for alarm the signs of being deficient in the vitamin are often times hard to notice. Signs often times include thinning hair (commonly mistaken as a form of aging) and brittle nails (easily breaking or tearing). We’ve therefore created the perfect supplement to combat these deficiencies that many individuals may experience. Our Skin Rescue & Renew supplement was created for combating hair thinning, brittle nails and as an extra bonus we’ve also added phytoceramides (which help with the prevention of moisture loss benefiting an individual’s overall skin health). To learn more about phytoceramides.
A common misconception with hair, skin and nail health is that you can treat it on the outside with topical products. Our Skin Rescue & Renew promotes healthy skin, hair thinning reduction and stronger nails from the inside. Lacking the proper supplements and vitamins is a common factor in these symptoms.
To further illustrate how Biotin is a critical supplement this study showed "“Treatment of brittle fingernails and onychoschizia with biotin” the effects of biotin were assessed for 6-14 months in a group of women with brittle and splitting nails. Over the course of the study nail thickness increased upwards of 25%. After 4-5 months they also reported having firmer nails.
A similar study went to test hair health and found that while on a 3-5 mg a day of biotin after 4 months hair health had improved. “The evidence supporting the use of biotin supplements to support skin health is equally limited to a small number of case reports…showing that 100 mcg to 10 mg/day resulted in dramatic improvements in rash or dermatitis as well as alopecia.”
Knowing all the areas Biotin plays a key role is important in understanding why we use it and why we need it in our diet.
- It boosts our metabolism by extracting energy from our foods and is vital for our body to continue to work properly.
- Biotin is one of the essential components our body uses to regulate healthy skin and hair and nails.
- Health optimizer, Biotin synthesizes a large number of vital components that are important in maintaining optimal health for our body.
Looking at how our body uses Biotin we are able to see how it impacts many aspects of our life. If you’re looking for that extra boost in glowing radiating skin, stronger nails and healthier hair Our Skin Rescue & Renew packs the ultimate punch.