One of the last vitamins we have introduced is biotin.
It's not a very familiar name, but it is one of the B vitamins, and was once called vitamin B7 and vitamin H.
Together with carbohydrates and lipids, it is greatly involved in the metabolism of amino acids, and ultimately leads to maintaining the health of the skin, mucous membranes, and hair.
Although it is water-soluble, it is also resistant to heat and light, making it an easy-to-take vitamin. Some of it is synthesized in the body, but it is recommended that you take it from food.
As long as you don't eat an unbalanced diet, you won't have a deficiency, but a deficiency can lead to hair loss, gray hair, dermatitis, etc., so be careful.
It is mainly found in liver, egg yolk, soybeans, nuts and clams.
If you eat a well-balanced diet, you will not be deficient in vitamins, so try to eat a well-balanced diet.
pâtissier Yuhi Hasada