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  1. photo A number of skin problems can be improved with the right vitaminsA number of skin problems can be improved with the right vitaminsNews
    from food. Biotin, or vitamin B7, is known to contribute to the metabolism of amino acids and the synthesis of fat. Biotin deficiency, in particular, can cause pale or grayish-hued skin, dry skinRead more
  2. photo Brittle Hair or Nails? Headaches or Cramps? Bumps or Acne? You Likely Have This <b>Deficiency</b>Brittle Hair or Nails? Headaches or Cramps? Bumps or Acne? You Likely Have This DeficiencyTreatment
    to anemia, as well as hair loss. Dry/Damaged/Brittle hair, Brittle nails: Biotin deficiency In order to have a shiny and healthy hair, your body needs vitamin B7 or Biotin. Although its deficienciesRead more
  3. photo Got the winter blues? Vitamin B12 and other B vitamins may help alleviate depressionGot the winter blues? Vitamin B12 and other B vitamins may help alleviate depressionNews
    of stomach acid secretion. For this reason, the National Institute of Medicine recommends that those over the age of 50 add supplemental B12 to their diet. Early symptoms of a vitamin B12 deficiency includeRead more
  4. photo 10 Secrets For Healthy Hair10 Secrets For Healthy HairArticle
    . Veal and oysters improve the look of your hair, because they are rich in zinc. It is well known that zinc deficiency leads to hair loss and is believed that zinc helps fighting against premature hairRead more
  5. photo 5 Healthy Foods to Eat for Gorgeous Hair & Nails5 Healthy Foods to Eat for Gorgeous Hair & NailsArticle
    diet is crucial to the strength of both. Swiss Chard The B vitamin biotin is absolutely essential to nail and hair health. Even mild defiencies in biotin can lead to hair loss and slow growth of hairRead more
  6. photo 7 Common Nail Conditions Related to Grave Diseases Which Shouldn’t Be Ignored!7 Common Nail Conditions Related to Grave Diseases Which Shouldn’t Be Ignored!Treatment
    , stained or ugly. In case your nails are brittle, yellow, or your fingernails or toenails are ridged, you may have a nutritional deficiency or health issues like anemia or thyroid disease. Fortunately, nailRead more
  7. photo Pyroluria ,or pyrrole disorder, is a  little known genetic disorder that may lead to depression, anxiety and behavioral disordersPyroluria ,or pyrrole disorder, is a little known genetic disorder that may lead to depression, anxiety and behavioral disordersNews
    deficiencies created by the overproduction of pyrroles and commonly include not only zinc and vitamin B6 but also biotin, gamma-linolenic acid and magnesium.The symptoms ofmay include both mental and physicalRead more
  8. photo Do You Have Any of These 5 Symptoms? Better Make sure, They Point At Something Bad!Do You Have Any of These 5 Symptoms? Better Make sure, They Point At Something Bad!Treatment
    When the body sends messages, listen to them. Vitamin deficiency can lead to a severe decline in immunity and can lead to diseases. When it needs something, the body often tries to send signsRead more
  9. photo B vitamin <b>deficiency</b> will drive you insane - here's the best food sourcesB vitamin deficiency will drive you insane - here's the best food sourcesNews
    (pantothenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine), B7 (biotin), B9 (folate or folic acid), and B12 (cyanocobalamin).B vitamins help carbohydrates break down to glucose and they aid in the breakdown of fats and proteinsRead more
  10. photo Feeling a little down? You may be low on B vitamins - Here are some easy ways to boost your levelsFeeling a little down? You may be low on B vitamins - Here are some easy ways to boost your levelsNews
    , determined that depression among Hispanics in the area was at least partly caused by chronic inflammation due to vitamin B6 deficiencies. This deficiency inhibits the cysteine needed to create the masterRead more

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Biotin deficiency

Disease

Biotin deficiency is a rare nutritional disorder which can become serious, even fatal, if allowed to progress untreated. It can occur in people of any age, ancestry, or gender. Biotin is part of the B vitamin family. Biotin deficiency rarely occurs among healthy people because the daily requirement of biotin is low, many foods provide adequate amounts of it, intestinal bacteria synthesize small...More