When you pick up a bottle of your daily multi-vitamin, most likely you will find Biotin in its ingredients. What is Biotin and why do we need it?
According to Wikipeida, “Biotin is necessary for cell growth, the production of fatty acids, and the metabolism of fats and amino acids”. It may also be helpful in maintaining a steady blood sugar level. Being a hypoglycemic, maintaining a healthy blood sugar level is important to me. Biotin is often recommended as a dietary supplement for strengthening hair and nails. I can tell you right now, never did I have the healthiest skin, hair and nails than when I was taking my prenatal vitamins.
I was given the chance to try Biotin Bursts and much to my pleasant surprise, this flavorful little chew tastes nothing at all like a vitamin, and very much like a softer version of a Starbust candy. These Biotin Bursts made by NeoCell are Gluten free, soy free, palm free, lactose free nore does it contain artificial flavors. They contain 10,000 mcg of Biotin and are sweetened by the taste of Acai Berry, which is a super antioxidant. Other Ingredients in this chew include dried cane syrup, rice syrup, maltrodextrin, sunflower lectin and sunflower oil and fruit and vegetable juices and a little bit of stevia.
I have given these Biotin Bursts 30 days to fully see any effects from using it, and while I am uncertain of any noticeable changes in my hair or nails, I do feel like biotin is a necessary part of maintaining healthy skin and hair, and quite possibly just needs a little more time and the lack of a crazy winter environment to fully appreciate the effects of these biotin chews. To maintain a healthy body, I still take my prenatal vitamin I did years ago when I was pregnant. I see no real harm in the extra added vitamins, I also take a daily calcium chew and a daily omega 3 chew. These biotin bursts kinda go hand in hand with the other chews I take and taste great.
I recommend Neocell’s Biotin Bursts to help maintain healthy skin, nails and hair and you can purchase these or find out more about them here.
Also if you check out the Biotin Bursts Facebook page, they have coupon codes to check out!
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