Biotin (vitamin H) is not a true vitamin at all but works in cooperation with several B-group vitamins to break down and metabolize fats in the body. It is present in many common foods such as nuts, fruit, egg yolk, milk, and brewer?s yeast. In addition, bacteria found in the intestines are also a source of natural biotin.
Some supplements may interact with prescription and (or) over-the-counter medicines.
If you have any concerns, please consult your physician for more information.