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Max Biotin Plus

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Biotin, a member of the B vitamin family, is an essential nutrient in human nutrition.  The benefits of biotin are especially important for healthy hair, skin and nails.  Signs and symptoms of biotin deficiency include hair loss which progresses   in severity when including the loss of eyelashes and eyebrows.

Biotin benefits to keep hair healthy and shiny and also helps strengthen  nails.  In one study, 90% of patients who consumed 2000 mcgr. of biotin per day were able to have healthier  and harder nails.


This is a special synergistic combination which provides the necessary concentration  of biotin to produce the desired effect
.Lipoic acid is a nutrient considered not essential, that  means, the body can  synthesize it. As the main benefits we can say that is an effective imitator of the insulin without collateral effects, actually it seems to be the most powerful that is currently on the market (even better than vanadyl sulfate and chromium)  it is also a possible stimulating agent of protein synthesis in a natural way, and additionally a powerful antioxidant and hypoglycemic.
It is considered the “universal antioxidant” because it is fat soluble and water-soluble, which means it can act anywhere in the body. Besides having their own antioxidant actions, is also able to regenerate vitamin C and vitamin E from their oxidized forms.

As an antioxidant, this element helps to combat free radicals that destroy healthy cells, the result is more cell regeneration and more radiant skin, thus helping to combat expression lines and prevent wrinkles. It is also used in the treatment of acne.

It is also a powerful protector of the liver, which rejects the toxic effects of  alcohol.

Vitamin A helps in the formation and maintains healthy teeth, skeletal and soft tissue, mucous membranes and skin. Also known as retinol, because it produces  the pigments in the retina of the eye.
Vitamin A promotes good vision, especially in low light, and may also be required  for reproduction and lactation.
Retinol is an active form of vitamin A found in animal liver, whole milk and some fortified foods.
Niacin (vitamin B-3) provides a healthy-looking skin.
Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin) helps the skin, nails and  healthy hair. Strengthens the capillary structure.
Vitamin B-6 prevents hair loss, it tones and hydrates it and combats seborrhea.
Vitamin E is the ultimate antioxidant vitamin protects and helps improve cellular tissue, counteracts effectively aging, helps improve blood circulation, a key factor for healthy skin. The alpha tocopherol or natural vitamin E is found primarily in vegetable oils and the germ of whole grains. Vitamin E, selenium and vitamin A act together as a group of old friends, where vitamin A is essential for the development and maintenance of epithelial tissue, and vitamin E in turn plays an important role in the reconstitution of tissue and capillary fragility, therefore it is important to have a very diverse diet that ensures the presence of antioxidant vitamins all at once.
Selenium is required for healthy hair, skin and nails. It helps to combat dandruff and is helps mucous membranes and blood vessels, useful in case of exhaustion,  impotence and general type of mineral deficiencies.

Certain forms of selenium as L-(+) organic selenometiona,  may have better bioavailability than selenite or selenate. Bioavailability also could be affected by vitamin C. The absorption of selenium might be lower in those adapted to diets low in selenium.