Biotin for Healthy, Skin, Hair, and Nails
MRM Biotin is a coenzyme and B vitamin, also known as vitamin H, that helps convert the calories from macronutrients into energy and supports healthy hair, skin, and nails.
A vegan-friendly supplement, MRM Biotin may help support
- Healthy hair, skin, and nails
- Nervous system activity
A water soluble B vitamin found in such foods such as oatmeal and soy, biotin assists in energy metabolism in cells.
All B vitamins help your body transform the calories from macronutrients - carbohydrates, protein and fat - into energy.
Biotin is responsible for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fat, and amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins.
It also plays a role in strengthening your hair and nails. In fact, biotin is commonly used to help with hair loss
The B vitamin is particularly important during pregnancy, as it helps the embryo to grow normally.
In sugar metabolism, biotin helps move sugar from its initial stages of processing on to its conversion into usable chemical energy.
For this reason muscle cramps and pains related to physical exertion, which may be the result of the body's inability to use sugar efficiently as fuel, may signal a biotin deficiency.
Many of the classic symptoms of biotin deficiency are skin-related problems and the reason may be biotin's role in fat synthesis.
Biotin is required for function of an enzyme that puts together the building blocks for fat production. All cells in the body have to contain the correct fat components for healthy functioning.
Fat production is especially critical for skin cells as they die and are replaced very rapidly.
When cellular fat components cannot be made properly due to biotin deficiency, skin cells are among the first cells to develop problems.
Support of Nervous System Activity
Biotin also plays a role in a healthy nervous system, which uses glucose and fat for energy.
Nerve-related symptoms have been linked to biotin deficiency, including seizures, lack of muscle coordination, and lack of good muscle tone.