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Biotin

Biotin is synthesized by healthy bacterial flora in the intestines, which prevents Candida from multiplying. When you eat acidogenically, you destroy the intestinal flora and open the door for Candida. The symptoms of biotin deficiency concern hair, nails and skin – their poor appearance means that every available resource has been used up for fighting Candida.
Products such as coffee, black tea, spinach and rhubarb contain oxalates, which block biotin and aid Candida. As far as spinach and rhubarb are concerned, I don’t think anyone eats them multiple times a day, but tea and coffee can be a serious problem. You can supplement biotin additionally under one condition: it can’t be in large doses of 5 mg or small doses several times a day, because by doing so you will cause an imbalance between biotin and other B vitamins. This can result in directing the process of self-healing in one direction, while another department is neglected, because there won’t be proportionally enough of the other vitamins for it.

Biotin 300 mcg (Walmark)

PROS: a relatively small dose, no additives
NOTES: just one tablet a day, best before bed
USE: with clear signs of a biotin deficiency (severe hair, nails and skin problems)
WHERE TO BUY: online, sometimes in pharmacies or drugstores

Hair supplements with biotin (Doppel herz)

PROS: relatively small dose of biotin with other substances meant to aid it
CONS: a small amount of elements, which can accumulate and disrupt balance; lack of niacin, which is bad in the case of thyroid gland disorders
USE: with clear signs of a biotin deficiency (severe hair, nails and skin problems)
WHERE TO BUY: in pharmacies and drugstores (e.g. Rossmann)

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