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Assessment

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Health Checks

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Health Fairs

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Fitness Center Design

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Natural Food Sources
American cheese, banana, brewer's yeast, brown rice, bulgur wheat, butter, cauliflower, clams, egg yolk, liver, legumes, mushrooms, nuts, oatmeal, salmon, wheat germ.

Main Functions
Biotin is involved in the metabolism of fatty acids. It helps release energy from carbohydrates and amino acids. It is necessary for healthy skin, hair, nails, blood cells, nerve tissue, bone marrow and sweat glands, plus it may help prevent depression.

Deficiency Symptoms
Deficiencies are rare, but can occur if too many antibiotics are taken or too many raw egg whites are consumed. Symptoms include anemia, skin problems, hair loss, muscle pain, fatigue, insomnia, nausea and high cholesterol.

Toxicity Symptoms
Overdose is unlikely. Supplements contain nontoxic amounts.

Dietary Reference Intake
Because the body manufactures biotin, no official Dietary Reference Intake or Recommended Dietary Allowance has been set for this vitamin. However, as a guideline, adults need about 30 mcg of biotin daily.