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Plant based biotin supplement
I have hair fall and skin issues . People are telling to go for plant based biotin supplement or biotin tablet. Are they safe to consume or without consultation? Does it suit everyone? Can anyone pls advise.
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Things need to be discussed in detail such as your meal patterns, nutrition requirements. Please choose direct consultation for proper guidance and help to achieve better results.
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Before taking. Any supplements we need to see the root cause of the problem. Once we understand that then proper action can be taken. Don't fall prey to any supplements blindly.
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Hi Thank you for your question, kindly contact me on Practo for Consultation and to help you with a Customized, Tailor made response specific to your requirements. Please do read through my Client feedback prior to booking an appointment so that you are convinced on making the right decision, after all it's your hard earned money.
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You may have plant based biotins, but judiciously...you may have pumpkin flowers and sesbania flowers as a natural source along with Amla...but please book a consultation as doses needs to be discussed.
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Greetings for the day!!     There is not enough evidence to say that plant Biotin supplements are good for hair and skin health. Consuming foods rich in healthy vitamins and minerals will help with overall hair health. The best natural sources of biotin are meat, eggs, fish, seeds, nuts, and vegetables. These will help fortify your hair follicle by boosting your keratin. Regarding skin tissues, there are mutilple reasons for acne or dullness of the skin. There are no single nutrient solution for all skin and hair problems. I suggest you consult a qualified nutritionist for a detailed menu plan that would help to take care of your hair and skin. Thank you
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