ElliotB wrote:...do you take vitamin K and avoid calcium in your diet?"
I do take vitamin K and calcium as supplements and many of the foods I consume are naturally high in both Vitamin K and calcium. What is there a reason to avoid calcium?
"Have you noticed any changes with Biotin?"
I have not really noticed any change since adding high doses of additional Biotin to my daily regimen. I was not aware at the time when I started this diet that grass fed meats and the other foods I consume are naturally high in Biotin. In fact, grass fed meat is naturally balanced when it comes to nutrition and that is one of the great benefits of eating them. Perhaps this is why the diet is so successful.
In any case, according to the study, it takes the better part of a year to feel the effects of Biotin. Time will tell...
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