Biotin will most probably come up in every conversation about hair health. This compound is part of the vitamin B complex and it is another nutrient associated with hair loss. A study conducted at Harvard University shows that biotin is one of the most important nutrients for preserving hair strength, texture, and function.
We produce Vitamin B7 naturally in our body that converts proteins and fats into the energy that is why Biotin deficiency leads to dry skin, muscle pain and hair loss. As Vitamin B7 helps keeping a young and attractive appearance by playing a major role in maintaining the health of our hair, nails and skin.
This nutrient gets sometimes the nickname the “H” vitamin from the German words Haar and Haut that mean “hair and skin.” Its benefits have made Vitamin B7 an essential compound for the ’63’ anti-hair loss shampoo and hair regrowth from REKZE Laboratories. Applying a hair product that is made with Vitamin b7 will help strengthen the surface of the strands. The formula coats each strand and increases the diameter of each existing hair.
Vitamin B7 has been proved as the definite treatment for hair loss and dry skin and besides the hair products, this nutrient can be found also in various oral supplements.
Most people get the biotin they need from eating a healthy diet, but there have been many claims that getting more biotin can regulate your blood sugar, promote healthy hair, skin and nails, and help pregnant moms have healthier babies.
Vitamin B7 can also be found in a number of foods, including:
-organ meats (liver, kidney)
-nuts, like almonds, peanuts, pecans, and walnuts
-soybeans and other legumes
-whole grains and cereals
Because food-processing techniques like cooking can render biotin ineffective, raw or less-processed versions of these foods contain more active biotin.