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Biotinidase Deficiency

Biotinidase Deficiency

Suffer from Biotinidase Deficiency? We Can Help

Biotinidase deficiency sounds like a mouthful but it’s actually quite common. This highly treatable inherited disease means the body can’t properly process the vitamin Biotin due to a deficiency in a certain enzyme. If you don’t treat it, the disease can result in life-threatening complications. Biotin deficiency can also bring on behavioral disorders, as well as lack of coordination, learning disabilities and even seizures. Supplementing the diet with Biotin pills and tablets can alleviate and prevent symptoms.

Biotin, also referred to as vitamin B7, is a water-soluble nutrient that helps you metabolize fats, carbohydrates and proteins. If your doctor recommends the addition of Biotin in your diet, Mericon Industries has the products that can achieve your goals. Biotin, a coenzyme and B vitamin, can also go by the name of Vitamin H. It helps to alleviate many conditions, from hepatitis to brittle nails to neuropathy. This mineral is actually found naturally in many foods, like:

  • Eggs
  • Other dairy products
  • Whole-grain cereals
  • Whole-wheat bread
  • Wheat germ
  • Chicken
  • Peanuts
  • Swiss chard
  • Salmon
Biotin Does So Much

Biotin Does So Much

Taking Biotin supplements can pose many advantages, many of which can prevent biotinidase deficiency. Biotin is known to:

  • Support a healthy metabolism
  • Maintain a healthy heart
  • Support thyroid and adrenal gland functions
  • Balance blood sugar
  • Maintain healthy hair, skin and nails
  • Protect brain function
  • Fight off cognitive decline
  • Improve glucose intolerance
  • Prevent or slow down biotinidase deficiency
  • Encourage hair growth

Those who are pregnant or breast feeding are advised to consult with a doctor before taking Biotin supplements. Also, if you suspect you have a biotinidase deficiency, call your doctor.

Mericon: A History

In business since 1951, Mericon Industries sits in Pioneer Industrial Park on Peoria's north side. With a 20,000 square-foot facility made in 1984, we have plenty of room to store, manufacture and distribute our far-reaching lines of pharmaceuticals. This allows us to offer both prescription and nonprescription drugs and dietary supplements.

Contact Mericon Industries to Help with Biotinidase Deficiency

If you suffer from biotinidase deficiency, browse our website for the supplements necessary to help you. To ask questions, call Mericon Industries at 800-242-6464 or fill out our online form