Biotin Gold™ (5,000 mcg)

Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin which was first isolated in 1936. Biotin is naturally produced in the body by intestinal bacteria and is an essential co-factor for several enzymes. Biotin is essential for carbohydrate metabolism and the synthesis of fatty acids. It is also implicated in the conversion of amino acids into proteins. In addition to its role in metabolism and synthesis of carbohydrates and proteins, Biotin is essential for cellular energy and helps support healthy hair, skin, and nails, which is one of the main reasons why it is a popular supplement among consumers.

Health Benefits of Biotin

  • Supports healthy hair, scalp, skin, and nails*
  • Supports cellular energy production*
  • Supports amino acid metabolism*
  • Supports immune health*
  • Supports carbohydrate, protein, and fat metabolism*

High-Potency Biotin Gold™ Key Health Benefits: Supports amino acid metabolism, healthy hair, nails, and immune function*

The High Potency Biotin Gold™ Advantage

  • Complies with United States Pharmacopeoia specifications for purity, structure, and potency
  • Features exceptionally pure, USP-grade D-Biotin
  • Formulated without the use of GMOs, additives, binders, artificial ingredients, preservatives, Stearates, Sulfates, Laurates, and Dioxides
  • Certified free of allergens by an independent, third-party lab
  • Pending GMO-free certification by the Non-GMO Project™
  • 5,000 mcg per vegetarian capsule / 180 capsules per bottle
  • Manufactured to stringent cGMP standards in the USA
Biotin Gold™ (5,000 mcg)

Suggested Use:

As a dietary supplement, adults take 1 vegetarian capsule daily with food, or as directed by a healthcare professional.

Caution: Please consult your healthcare provider before using this product if you pregnant, breastfeeding, and/or currently taking any prescription or OTC medications for a health condition. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of the reach of children.

Biotin Gold™ (5,000 mcg) Frequently Asked Questions:

What is Biotin?
Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin which was first isolated in 1936. Biotin is naturally produced in the body by intestinal bacteria and is an essential co-factor for several enzymes. Biotin is essential for carbohydrate metabolism and the synthesis of fatty acids and also helps support the conversion of amino acids into proteins. In addition to its role in metabolism and synthesis of carbohydrates and proteins, Biotin is essential for cellular energy and helps support healthy hair, skin, and nails, which is one of the main reasons why it is a popular supplement among consumers.

Does Biotin Gold™ contain anything other than the active ingredient?
In addition to the active ingredient, each vegetarian capsule of the Biotin Gold™ product contains some non-GMO, gluten-free Rice Concentrate. Because natural extracts can vary from batch to batch in terms of consistency, moisture (or stickiness) and particle size, it is sometimes necessary to add Rice Flour during the manufacturing process to help ensure product integrity without compromising product safety or effectiveness.

Is Biotin Gold™ free of allergens and GMOs?
Biotin Gold™ is verified free of wheat, peanut, soy, shellfish, egg, and milk by an independent, third-party lab. It is currently pending GMO-free verification by the Non-GMO Project™.

Is Biotin Gold™ suitable for Vegans / Vegetarians?
Biotin Gold™ does not contain any animal-derived ingredients and is, therefore, suitable for both vegans and vegetarians.

Is Biotin Gold safe for long-term use?
Biotin Gold™ should be safe for both short-term and long-term use when taken as directed and under the guidance of a licensed pharmacist or healthcare professional.

Is Biotin suitable for individuals with a medical condition?
Individuals with a known or suspected medical condition should always talk to a licensed medical professional before beginning any form of supplementation. It is never advisable to self-diagnose or self-treat a medical condition.

What are natural food sources of Biotin?
Some natural food sources of Biotin include beef liver, roasted peanuts, chocolate, eggs, dried peas, cauliflower, mushrooms, and lima beans.

Are there any known toxicity issues with Biotin supplementation?
There have been no reported toxic effects even at large doses of Biotin. In fact, although the RDA for Biotin has been set at around 30-35 mcg per day, most people take between 5000 mcg and 10,000 mcg of Biotin in supplement form. However, it is always best to consult with your healthcare provider regarding safe, daily dosages prior to taking the supplement.

What are the side effects, contraindications, and/or drug interactions, if any, associated with Biotin?
Sulfa drugs, Estrogen, and Alcohol consumption may raise Biotin requirements. Prolonged use of anticonvulsant drugs may lead to biotin deficiency, requiring supplementation. Long-term use of antibiotics can affect the balance of the digestive system and reduce or stop the production of biotin by intestinal bacteria, making supplementation from food sources or dietary supplements necessary. As always, please talk to your healthcare provider before supplementing with Biotin if you pregnant, breast-feeding, and/or taking any OTC or prescription medications for a health condition.