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Thursday, August 3, 2023 8:25 PM

Excerpt from the book “Staying Healthy with Nutrition.”
A fairly recently designated B Vitamin, biotin was discovered by the deficiency symptoms created through consuming large amounts of raw eggs (about 30% of the diet). Avidin, a protein and carbohydrate molecule in the egg white, binds with biotin in the stomach and decreases its absorption. Cooking destroys the avidin, so the only concern about this interaction is with raw egg consumption. Otherwise, biotin is one of the most stable of the B vitamins. 
Many foods contain biotin, but most have only trace amounts. It is hard to obtain enough from diet alone. Luckily our friendly intestinal bacteria (lactobacillus) produce biotin. This vitamin is also found in egg yolks, liver, brewer’s yeast, unpolished rice, peanuts, almonds, carrots, tomato, chard, onion, cabbage, and milk. 
The biotin coenzymes participate in the metabolism of fat. Biotin is needed for fat production and in the synthesis of fatty acids. These roles make biotin particularly important for formation of new tissue, especially skin tissue, because skin cells die and are replaced very rapidly. 
(Contain Biotin) 
Used for patients with chronic health challenges, stressful lifestyles, low vitality, and low libido. 
This supplement supports cellular health and is ideally designed for those over 30 who lack healthy stamina and need broad spectrum nutritional support. This product contains RNA, a blend of B Vitamins (including Biotin), a variety of berry seeds for antioxidant effect and Bromelain for digestive support.
Cellular Vitality also contains Coenzyme Q10, which supports processes by which mitochondria generates ATP, the fuel used by cells, and is recommended for those taking statin drugs. Cordyceps, mushroom powder for kidney, heart and lung support, and American Ginseng, an adaptogen that assists with stress and support healthy immune function. 
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