If you’re one of the few Americans who consume a balanced, whole-food diet, nutrient deficiency isn’t a major concern for you. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case for the majority of the population that eats mainly processed and nutrient-depleted foods. If you are one of the majority, then it’s important that you visit a […]

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    Biotin is available in a large number of foods. The best sources of biotin when it comes to natural foods are soybeans, tomatoes, legumes, almonds, peanuts, liver, carrots, cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, onions, milk which came from grass-fed cow and goat, eggs, oats, strawberries, and halibut. Most people obtain the needed amounts of biotin […]

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