Biotin supports digestion and a healthy metabolism.

Biotin is a water soluble vitamin that is generally classified as one of the B complex vitamins and is obtained through dietary sources as well as through gut bacteria; it is required by all living organisms but can only be synthesized by bacteria, yeasts, molds, algae and some plant species. It functions as an essential cofactor for carboxylase enzymes. It is involved in the synthesis of fatty acids, gluconeogenesis, and energy production as well the metabolism of branch-chained amino acids. Biotin is absorbed in the small intestine and is then excreted through urine.

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