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Sometimes referred to as vitamin H, biotin is a water-soluble, nitrogen-containing acid, which is a constituent of the B-complex family of vitamins. The relatively stable substance can be found in a wide variety of foods, such as liver, egg yolks, wheat bran, raspberries, tomatoes, cauliflower, chicken, and pork, though often only in small quantities.

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