Biotin-Life

Life on Biotin-Life product information
Biotin also called as vitamin B7 and formerly known as vitamin H or coenzyme R. It is a water-soluble vitamin with many functions in the body such as formation of four vital enzymes known as carboxylases, which are involved in gluconeogenesis, leucine metabolism, energy production and the synthesis of fats assisting in DNA replication and transcription. B vitamins help the body convert food (carbohydrates) into fuel (glucose), which is used to produce energy. These B vitamins, often referred to as B complex vitamins, also help the body use fats and protein. B complex vitamins are needed for healthy skin, hair, eyes and liver.


Why Life On Biotin-Life
Life-on Biotin-Life has unique formula consisting of vital ingredient which is D-Biotin. It is the only biologically active form of it. Intake of Life-On Biotin-Life helps in improvement of quality of hair and healthy skin. It also supports instant energy by improving body energy yielding metabolism and nervous system.

Biotin contributes in maintaining normal energy-yielding metabolism, normal functioning of the nervous system, normal macronutrient metabolism, normal psychological function and maintenance of normal hair, skin and mucous membranes.

Biotin supplements improve thin, splitting or brittle toe and fingernails, as well as hair it is often recommended for strengthening hair and nails.

Peripheral neuropathy is nerve damage in the feet, hands, legs or arms. Numbness, tingling, burning or strange sensations, pain, muscle weakness and trouble walking are some symptoms. Biotin supplements improve the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy for some people who developed this condition from either diabetes or ongoing dialysis for kidney failure.

Biotin is important for normal embryonic growth, making it a critical nutrient during pregnancy.

Biotin helps in the treatment of multiple sclerosis an autoimmune disease characterized by progressive damages to the myelin sheath surrounding nerve fibers (axons) and neuronal loss in the brain and spinal cord of affected individuals.

Biotin allows cells to grow and divide, which happens regularly in all humans. It helps to regulate DNA formation, which keeps genetic information in cells working normally. When cells are growing and dividing at a rapid pace though, like during pregnancy. Biotin ensures that cells and DNA develop properly in a growing fetus, minimizing the likelihood of having complications during pregnancy.

Biotin plays a role in producing energy in your body by ongoing metabolic processes that occur, carbohydrates, fat and protein are broken down into glucose, fatty acids and amino acids, respectively. Biotin and the rest of the B vitamins are essential nutrients for converting these macronutrients into fuel. Without a steady supply of biotin, you could feel overly tired throughout the day.