Micro-Nutrients Vitamin-B7 (or Biotins or Vitamin H or Coenzyme R)

What Vitamin B-7 is: Though Water Soluble but is manufactured by bacteria/s in Intestines. Does following in the Body:

  • Helps Body metabolise Carbohydrates, Fats & Amino Acids,
  • Strengthens hair & Nails,
  • Important for Embryonic Growth and so on…

Vitamin-B7 Is stable at Room Temperature and is not destroyed by Cooking.

Reasons for Shortage of Vitamin-B7: Bad Diet, Gastrectomy, Epileptics, Burn patients & Side-Effects of Modern Medicines!

Vitamin-B7 Deficiency may lead to:

  • Hair Loss,
  • Cracks in Mouth Corners,
  • Dry-Scaly Skin-Skin Rashes,
  • Inflamed Tongue,
  • Dry Eyes,
  • Fatigue,
  • Loss of Appetite,
  • Insomnia-Depression…

Rich Source of Vitamin-B7:

Plant Sources:           Nuts (Almonds, Walnuts), Peanuts, Legumes, Whole Grains,                                    Cauliflower, Spinach, Mushrooms, Corn, Carrots…

Fruit Sources:           Banana, Avocado, Berries (Blackberries, Blueberries &                                            Strawberries)

Animal Sources:        A2 Ghee, Cooked Eggs (Egg-Yolk), 

These are part of Enzymes which form Fatty Acids in the Body.

My View it is best to Avoid Synthetic Supplements and Only Go in For Organic Sources.

Daily Recommended Values:

Adults:            Upto 30-70 mcg/Day (Though Countries like USA & Australia, have                          not formally announced Recommended Daily Intake – as yet).

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