Biotin Does Not Help With Hair Growth...The FDA just...

The FDA just recently lowered the daily requirements of Biotin for Adults in the United States.

Simply, Biotin is a marketing ploy. The only scientific evidence that has show Biotin to be helpful in terms of hair growth is if there is a dietary deficiency in this B vitamin. 

There are very few people deficient in Biotin in the western world. One note, if you do eat raw egg whites, this could lead to a Biotin deficiency. 

Raw egg whites contain a protein known as avidin, which binds with biotin in your intestines and prevents your body from using it. Therefore, if you eat two or more raw egg whites a day for several months, it is possible that you will develop a biotin deficiency.

Follicle Fuel, we are rebels in this charlatan industry of hair growth supplements that just don't work. Other brands take your money. I ask you this, if Biotin is so crucial in growth, why would we of not included this ingredient into our formula? It's a very cheap substance to include and the return in profit is great. 

WE ARE STRAIGHT UP HONEST AND WHAT TO BE KNOWN AS THE BRAND THAT WORKS, NOT TAKES YOUR MONEY.

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