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Biotin for Healthy Hair and Nails

Posted by healthylivingtoday on December 16, 2007

After having an episode where my fingernails became weak and basically fell off a few years ago, I went to the health food store desperate for some help. What I walked out with was a bottle of Biotin (5000 mcg capsules). I was told to take one capsule a day and I faithfully did so. While it took a few months for my fingernails to grow back, when they did they were stronger than ever before.

Because my natural nails were very soft and would constantly tear, I had been putting acrylics on my nails for years (this may have caused the issue with the fingernails falling off – that was never confirmed). Since taking the biotin, my nails have been incredibly strong and both my hair and nails have grown faster than before. After having these wonderful results, many friends and family have started supplementing with Biotin – all with amazing results. I now take 5 mg of Biotin daily and since I have learned that my nails get weak again if I don’t take it – this is a supplement that I will always take!

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