Category: Vitamin B
Manufacturer: Life Extension
An unnumbered member of the water soluble B-complex family
- Used as a cofactor of enzymes involved in fatty acid metabolism, gluconeogenesis, and amino acid catabolism
- Essential in maintaining metabolic homeostasis
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600 mcg, 100 capsules
Item Catalog Number: 00102
Serving Size 1 capsule
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|Other ingredients: rice flour, gelatin, vegetable stearate.|
Dosage and Use
Take one (1) capsule daily with meals, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
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Frequently asked questions
What are the benefits of using biotin?
Used as a cofactor of enzymes involved in fatty acid metabolism, gluconeogenesis, and amino acid catabolism. Essential in maintaining metabolic homeostasis
What is biotin?
Biotin is an unnumbered member of the water soluble B-complex family, normally only required in minute amounts. Biotin is used as a cofactor of enzymes involved in fatty acid metabolism, gluconeogenesis, and amino acid catabolism, and is essential in maintaining metabolic homeostasis. Biotin plays an important role in metabolic functioning as a coenzyme carrier of activated carbon dioxide in the TCA cycle (also known as the Krebs cycle). In its coenzyme form, biotin synthesizes glucose from non-carbohydrate sources, and synthesizes and breaks down certain fatty acids and amino acids.