Alopecia Areata is a common autoimmune skin disease causing hair loss.
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Vitamin B7, also known as Biotin, is one of the eight, water-soluble B vitamins that play a key role in cellular metabolism. Naturally present in animal foods including meat (beef, liver, pork), eggs (yolk), fish (salmon), legumes (peanuts, soybeans), nuts & seeds (almonds, sunflower), vegetables (sweet potatoes, mushrooms) and fruits (avocados, bananas). Vitamin B7 plays a key role in breaking down fats, carbohydrates and proteins in food and promotes brain, eye, hair, nail and skin health.
Zinc is an essential mineral obtained through diet. It is naturally present in foods including meat (beef, lamb, pork), shellfish (oysters, crab, lobster), legumes (chickpeas, lentils), seeds (hemp, pumpkin, sesame), nuts (pinenuts, peanuts, cashews), and vegetables (potatoes, green beans, kale). Zinc plays a key role in cellular metabolism, immune function, growth & development support and proper sensory function, including taste and smell.
Vitamin B1 or Thiamine is an essential nutrient required for energy metabolism. B Vitamins are critical to cellular function. The first B vitamin to be discovered, B1, is water-soluble and absorbed through foods including meats (pork, beef), vegetables (cauliflower, kale, asparagus, acorn squash), grain (rice, barley, oats), seeds (flax, sunflower) and fish (salmon, trout, tuna, mussels).
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