Vitamin H - Biotin

Brewer's Yeast: Great Source of Vitamin H

Which is

Vitamin H, also known as Biotin, is a water soluble vitamin (water solubility). It is a vitamin with various functions in the human body and therefore of utmost importance.

Main functions in the body:

- Participates in the gluconeogenesis process;

- Acts in the oxidation and synthesis of fatty acids;

- Participates in the synthesis of purines;

- It acts in the formation of the skin;

- It acts on carbohydrate and protein metabolism.

Health problems caused by Vitamin H deficiency:

- In babies under 8 months may cause alopecia and seborrheic dermatitis;

- In adults it can cause pallor, dry dermatitis, muscle aches, poor appetite, sagging and alopecia.

Main sources:

- Brewer's yeast

- Chicken Liver

- Bull's liver

- Raw egg yolk

- Milk

- Fish

- Nuts

- Wheat germ

- Peanuts

- Oatmeal flour

- Chocolate

- Brown Rice