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Vitamin ~ Biotin and pantothenic acid

It's surprising that these two B vitamins don't get more attention.They work together at the most basic level to produce enzymes that trigger many bodily functions, and they may assist in the treatment of various diseases.
COMMON USES WHAT IT IS FOUND IN HERBALIFE PRODUCTS
BIOTIN
  • Promotes healthy nails and hair.
  • Helps the body use carbohydrates, fats, and protein.
  • May improve blood sugar control in people with diabetes.
PANTOTHENIC ACID
  • Promotes a healthy central nervous system.
  • Helps the body use carbohydrates, fats, and protein.
  • May improve chronic fatigue syndrome, migraines, heartburn, and allergies.
The names of these two vitamins suggest their widespread presence in the body.Both words have Greek roots; pantothenic from pantos, which means "everywhere," and biotin from bios, which means "life."Because these vitamins are in many foods, deficiencies are virtually nonexistent.Biotin is also produced by intestinal bacteria, though this form may be difficult for the body to use.Multivitamins and B-complex vitamins usually include biotin and pantothenic acid (also called vitamin B5) and both are also available as individual supplements.The main form of biotin is d-biotin. Pantothenic acid comes in two forms; pantethine and calcium pantothenate: the latter is suitable for most purposes and is less expensive that pantethine.
FORMS WHAT IT DOES LATEST FINDINGS
  • Tablet
  • Capsule
  • Liquid
  • Softgel
Both biotin and pantothenic acid are involved in the breakdown of carbohydrates, fats, and protein from foods and in the production of various enzymes.Biotin plays a special role in helping the body use glucose, its basic fuel, and it also promotes healthy nails and hair.The body needs pantothenic acid to maintain proper communication between the brain and nervous system and to produce certain stress hormones.
  • Biotin can increase the thickness of nails by an average of 25%, according to a study from Switzerland.Six months of biotin supplements improved brittle nails in two-thirds of the study's participants.
CAUTION! MAJOR BENEFITS ADDITIONAL BENEFITS
  • Reminder: If you have a medical condition, talk to your doctor before taking supplements.
Biotin improves the quality of weak and brittle fingernails and may help slow hair loss, if it is due to a biotin deficiency.Research suggest the overproduction of stress hormones during long periods of emotional upset, depression, or anxiety increases the need for pantothenic acid, which is used to manufacture these hormones.Because stress is a factor in quitting smoking, migraines, and chronic fatigue, pantothenic acid may be useful for these conditions.In combination with the B vitamins choline and thiamin, pantothenic acid can be an effective heartburn remedy; it also helps reduce the nasal congestion of allergies. In very high doses, biotin may help people with diabetes, increasing the body's response to insulin so blood sugar (glucose) levels stay low.In addition, it may protect against the nerve damage that sometimes occurs in diabetes (diabetic neuropathy).
HOW MUCH YOU NEED IF YOU GET TOO LITTLE IF YOU GET TOO MUCH
There is no RDA for biotin or pantothenic acid, but experts recommend that you get 30 to 100 mcg of biotin and 4 to 7 mg of pantothenic acid a day.These amounts appear to be enough to maintain normal body functioning, but for the treatment of specific diseases or disorders, higher doses may be needed. Deficiencies of biotin or pantothenic acid are virtually unknown in adults.Long-term use of antibiotics or antiseizure medications, however, can lead to less-than-optimal levels of biotin. There are no known serious adverse effects from high doses of biotin or pantothenic acid.Some people report diarrhea when taking doses of 10 grams a day or more of pantothenic acid.
OTHER SOURCES DID YOU KNOW GUIDELINES FOR USE
Biotin is found in liver, soy products, nuts, oatmeal, rice, barley, legumes, cauliflower, and whole wheat.Organ meats, fish, poultry, whole grains, yogurt, and legumes are the best sources of pantothenic acid. You'd have to eat 2 and a half cups of wheat germ to get 7 mg of pantothenic acid. Most people will get enough biotin and pantothenic acid from a multivitamin or a B-complex supplement.Individual supplements are necessary only to treat a specific disorder. In most cases, take individual supplements with meals.

 

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