Biotin is a vitamin that’s essential for the functions of the intestines, metabolism and nervous system, according to the National Institutes of Health. The University of Maryland Medical Center says biotin is also called vitamin H, and can be found in foods including cooked eggs, nuts, soybeans and whole grains. Though biotin’s primary function is to convert carbohydrates into fuel for the body, the University of Maryland Medical Center says it has many other important uses. These other important uses include: managing neuropathy, help for diabetes, reduced cardiovascular disease and hair and nail improvement!
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/87333-uses-vitamin-biotin/#ixzz1p7FJPhSP