What is Biotin?
Biotin is a water soluble vitamin that is part of the vitamin B family. Also known as vitamin H, biotin is able to convert certain nutrients such as carbohydrates into energy which is used as fuel within your body. Biotin helps form the structure for the body’s keratin production, the driving protein in your hair, skin, and nails. A couple examples of biotin-rich foods include egg yolks, nuts, and bananas. If you are experiencing hair loss or thinning, or skin problems, supplementing biotin into your diet. 
What are the Health Benefits of Biotin?
A biotin deficiency could manifest itself in a couple ways: you may experience hair loss or even rashes on your skin. While a severe biotin deficiency is rare, you could experience milder impacts on your hair and skin health which will become visible over time if you are not getting a proper amount of biotin into your diet. Because biotin is one of several B vitamins that support a healthy metabolism, biotin is able to convert glucose from carbohydrates into energy for the body. Research has also shown that biotin is thought to help reduce inflammation across the body, improve cognitive function, help lower blood sugar in people with diabetes, and increase good cholesterol while simultaneously decreasing bad cholesterol.