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80 Ct Nature's Bounty Hair Skin & Nails Gummy Vitamins w/ Collagen & Biotin

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Amazon.com has 80-Count Nature's Bounty Hair Skin & Nails Gummy Vitamins w/ Collagen & Biotin on sale for $4.74. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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  • Supports hair, skin and nails: tropical citrus flavored gummies contain biotin, collagen, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients consistently found in healthy hair, skin and nails
  • Contain no milk, no lactose, no soy, no gluten, no wheat, no yeast, no fish.

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Fun fact: all biotin claims are based on two small 1990s studies that were never reproduced

Manufacturers just keep printing the lie on the labels because they don't have to prove it, there's no regulation or penalty for being wrong

https://www.consumerreports.org/d...pplements/

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Fun fact: all biotin claims are based on two small 1990s studies that were never reproduced

Manufacturers just keep printing the lie on the labels because they don't have to prove it, there's no regulation or penalty for being wrong

https://www.consumerreports.org/d...pplements/
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Natures bounty is pretty low on the totem poll in terms of trust. Personally I take Further Foods Collagen in powder form. No reason other than maybe giving your kids these and even if you do - might not even be collagen or biotin in it.
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I have used biotin oil on my natural hair and I know for a fact that it works. I can't speak for the vitamins though none of them are FDA approved. You could be taking anything but how would you know?
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Garbage product, don't delete my comment kthx

https://www.consumerreports.org/d...pplements/
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We buy this all the time for my wife and I. Definitely find it works (especially on my nails) grows faster, and stronger. Also price is great. We typically pay 9 something for the 80ct. Just bought the 160ct for about that
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Be nice if there was a way to know the EXPIRATION DATE on amazon
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A word of caution regarding taking biotin: It can affect the results of certain blood tests, including those for thyroid conditions and the test emergency rooms used to determine if you've had a heart attack. I read about an instance where a patient was not given proper treatment for a heart attack, because the blood tests indicated that they had not had one, even though it turns out that they did. The patient had been taking biotin and it affected the results of their bloodwork. As a result of not receiving proper treatment, they died.

I started taking biotin a few years ago (purchased at Costco), hoping it would help my paper thin nails and thin hair, but I stopped taking it after learning about this issue, since I have a thyroid condition and get blood work to monitor my thyroid levels frequently. It was disappointing to learn, but my health was more important.

As a side note, it's also important to know that many herbs, vitamins, supplements, or other natural remedies interact with the absorption of thyroid medication (calcium is one). So, if you're on a medication such as Synthroid (levothyroxine), always make sure to Google "nameofitem nameofmedication interaction" before taking anything new, even if it's over the counter. Many doctors aren't even aware about these interactions because there are too many to remember. Drugs.com has a good medication interaction checker and pharmacists can often look up interactions in their system. Sometimes, these interactions can be avoided by taking the two a certain number of hours apart. Just because something is natural or over the counter does not mean it is innocuous or can't have a negative effect on your health.
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Quote from ellemdee :
A word of caution regarding taking biotin: It can affect the results of certain blood tests, including those for thyroid conditions and the test emergency rooms used to determine if you've had a heart attack. I read about an instance where a patient was not given proper treatment for a heart attack, because the blood tests indicated that they had not had one, even though it turns out that they did. The patient had been taking biotin and it affected the results of their bloodwork. As a result of not receiving proper treatment, they died.

I started taking biotin a few years ago (purchased at Costco), hoping it would help my paper thin nails and thin hair, but I stopped taking it after learning about this issue, since I have a thyroid condition and get blood work to monitor my thyroid levels frequently. It was disappointing to learn, but my health was more important.

As a side note, it's also important to know that many herbs, vitamins, supplements, or other natural remedies interact with the absorption of thyroid medication (calcium is one). So, if you're on a medication such as Synthroid (levothyroxine), always make sure to Google "nameofitem nameofmedication interaction" before taking anything new, even if it's over the counter. Many doctors aren't even aware about these interactions because there are too many to remember. Drugs.com has a good medication interaction checker and pharmacists can often look up interactions in their system. Sometimes, these interactions can be avoided by taking the two a certain number of hours apart. Just because something is natural or over the counter does not mean it is innocuous or can't have a negative effect on your health.
Thank you for the information! This raises awareness for sure.
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A word of caution regarding taking biotin: It can affect the results of certain blood tests, including those for thyroid conditions and the test emergency rooms used to determine if you've had a heart attack. I read about an instance where a patient was not given proper treatment for a heart attack, because the blood tests indicated that they had not had one, even though it turns out that they did. The patient had been taking biotin and it affected the results of their bloodwork. As a result of not receiving proper treatment, they died.

I started taking biotin a few years ago (purchased at Costco), hoping it would help my paper thin nails and thin hair, but I stopped taking it after learning about this issue, since I have a thyroid condition and get blood work to monitor my thyroid levels frequently. It was disappointing to learn, but my health was more important.

As a side note, it's also important to know that many herbs, vitamins, supplements, or other natural remedies interact with the absorption of thyroid medication (calcium is one). So, if you're on a medication such as Synthroid (levothyroxine), always make sure to Google "nameofitem nameofmedication interaction" before taking anything new, even if it's over the counter. Many doctors aren't even aware about these interactions because there are too many to remember. Drugs.com has a good medication interaction checker and pharmacists can often look up interactions in their system. Sometimes, these interactions can be avoided by taking the two a certain number of hours apart. Just because something is natural or over the counter does not mean it is innocuous or can't have a negative effect on your health.
I take thyroid meds (about 20yrs) and it has not affected any tests…before or after
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Fun fact: all biotin claims are based on two small 1990s studies that were never reproduced

Manufacturers just keep printing the lie on the labels because they don't have to prove it, there's no regulation or penalty for being wrong

https://www.consumerreports.org/d...pplements/
True but honestly it wouldn't still be something people take if it didn't have some effect for them. For me personally, my normal diet doesn't seem to give inadequate amount of biotin. When I don't take a supplement, my nails are hard and crack easily. When I do take a supplement, they don't crack and they are bendable, seemingly healthier. If you know anyone that has nails that crack easily, I'll let them try biotin, I promise you if it doesn't help they won't keep buying it and biotin is very cheap.
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