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Biotin Rich Food For Lustrous Hair
Feb 2019

Biotin is also known as vitamin H, and B7 enables cell growth, production and metabolism of fatty acids. It is primary in maintaining the blood sugar levels and the body’s energy cycle. Biotin is present in many remedies related to skin, hair and nails, as deficiencies can lead us straight to unhealthy skin, hair loss, or weak and brittle nails. It enables healthy nerve tissues and also eases muscle pain.

Whole Wheat Bread
One slice of whole wheat bread contains one to six micrograms of biotin which is highly essential for hair.

Meat And Seafood
Lean meat and seafood are very good sources of biotin and protein. Did you know a cooked liver contains 27 micro milligrams of biotin? Salmon and sardines are known to be low in fat and an excellent source of nutrients and biotin. Red meat, pork, turkey and beef contain sufficient amount of biotin.

Egg yolks are considered to be a great source of biotin and other B-complex vitamins, which help curb hair loss by strengthening the roots of your hair. A lot of hair masks also contain egg yolks, which are great for conditioning and improving the overall texture of hair.