What Is Biotin And What It Is Used For?


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Yooti Bhansali Profile
Yooti Bhansali answered
Biotin is also called as vitamin H or, alternatively as B7. It is chemically expressed as - C10H16N2O3S. It is a B complex vitamin which dissolves in water and which is made up of a tetrahydroimidizalone ring merged with a tetrahydrothiophene ring that contains carbon atoms, one of them to which a valeric acid substituent is connected. Biotin is vital in the catalyst reactions involved in the process in metabolism in order to break down fatty acids, and also to metabolise leucine.

Biotin supplements are usually suggested to tackle problems like loss of hair, although it is not exactly proven that it helps. It has been seen that additional intake of biotin betters ailments like seborrheic dermatitis. Lastly, it is believed that biotin may be a factor in the manufacture and discharge of insulin in the body, which is why those having type 2 diabetes generally are found to have low levels of biotin.
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Nouman Umar answered
It is a kind of a vitamin which is called as vitamin H or B7. The formula of this vitamin is (C10H16N2O3S). This is soluble in water. It is composed of two types of ring one is ureido ring and the other one is tetrahydrothiophene ring. It is used for the growth of the cell, in the production and growth of amino acid, fats and metabolism acid. It is also used in the conversion of the chemicals and for the transfer of the carbon Dioxide. So this is used in many beauty products and in those products which are used to grow hairs.

The supplements of the Biotin are used in the medicines which are used for the hair growth. The deficiency of Biotin in the human body results in the loss of hairs of head, eyebrows and eye lashes. But many doctors suggest that Biotin is not absorbed in the skin of human who use it for the hair growth so this has no use for the human being. But many medicine companies are using this in their medicines which are used for the hair growth and hair treatment. So this is all about the biotin and for what purpose it is used for.
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Anonymous answered
Is biotin good for cold sores in the mouth

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