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From your brain to nerve function, this is why we need biotin.
Sophie Medlin
Head of Nutritional Research
March 17, 2020
2 min read

Major Functions

Converting food into energy - Fat breakdown

In every dose

50mcg (equal to 10 cans of cooked salmon or 8 cups of almonds)

Fighting Talk

There is promising evidence to suggest high-dose biotin supplementation may help to decline or even reverse MS-related disability.

What’s in it for my brain?

Biotin may play a role in brain and nerve function, particularly within the peripheral nervous system (the part that sends information from the brain and spinal cord to other parts of the body).

Fringe benefits

Needed for the breakdown of fats 

Some limited evidence that it may benefit skin, hair and nails

Plays well with

All other B vitamins for energy release 

Zinc for skin


Here’s a handful of relevant scientific studies on biotin.

For more information on how to help your brain thrive, read Dr Tara Swart's easy advice here.

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