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Updated 14 February 2013

What is biotin?

Biotin (also known as vitamin H) helps your body process the foods you eat, especially fats, into glucose energy the cells can use.

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Biotin (also known as vitamin H) helps your body process the foods you eat, especially fats, into glucose energy the cells can use. It is important for fat production and synthesis of fatty acids. It helps to incorporate amino acids into protein and is involved in DNA and RNA (the genetic material in cell nuclei) synthesis.
 
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