Latest Research Now Suggests Biotin May Have Heart-Protective Benefits

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( — October 10, 2019) Wilmington, DE — The increasing prevalence of heart disease continues to alarm health authorities. However, it appears that many people are still unable to increase their protection against this condition.

Every year in the United States, it has been found about 785,000 people have their first coronary attack. Coronary heart disease is the most common heart disease type and in 2008, it killed 405,309 Americans.

Still in 2008, more than 616,000 people died of heart disease. Over 42 million women are found to be living with some form of cardiovascular disease. Further, more than 8 million women have a history of heart attack.

Diet, lifestyle, and obesity and some of the most common contributing factors of the condition. Experts have long been recommending to resort to the measures helpful in warding off the condition.

Making some healthy food choices plays a significant role in reducing the risk of heart disease. Some nutrients like biotin has also been found to work wonders in fighting the condition.

According to experts, this B vitamin called biotin can regulate fat metabolism. This means that it is also vital for the functioning of a healthy heart. This is due to the fact that fat metabolism plays a significant role in maintaining healthy blood vessels and overall heart health.

In some studies, biotin combined with chromium increased the levels of HDL or good cholesterol. What makes it even more beneficial is that also decreased LDL or bad cholesterol, which is particularly beneficial for heart health.

Scientists found that biotin is involved in carboxylation reactions and gene expression regulation. This makes it a vital nutrient in a number of metabolic activities, which particularly include cholesterol or blood lipids.

Studies have shown that when there are adequate levels of biotin to maintain normal lipid metabolism, it is beneficial for overall cardiovascular system.

For decades, biotin has been a popular subject of many studies and clinical trials due to its remarkable healing effects. Its deficiency is even associated with the onset of certain symptoms and diseases.

This is exactly why it is essential to ensure the body has adequate levels of biotin. There are foods sources of this B vitamin but some supplements are also found helpful.

One is DermaSafe Biotin 5000 Plus, which is also loaded with various healing ingredients.

It has collagen, keratin, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Hyaluronic Acid, methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), vitamins C, B6, and B7, zinc, copper, selenium, and some superfoods.

These superfoods are Bladderwrack, Nori Yaki ,Wakame and Grape Seed Extract, Goji Berry and Indian Gooseberry (

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