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    2. Sweet potatoes

    This wonderful vegetable can serve as a base for various soups and dishes. It's also increasingly being used as a low-fat replacement for traditional potato fries. In addition, one cup of sweet potato contains about 8 mcg of biotin, which is about one-third of the recommended daily intake of this vitamin. Sweet potatoes also contain significant amounts of vitamin C, copper and fiber, which enhance the strength of hair and nails.





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    3. Oats

    Oatmeal can be consumed in a range of different ways, such soaked or cooked fresh in the morning, or preparing homemade energy bars.
    In addition to tasting wonderful, oatmeal also contains quite a bit of biotin. A quarter of an ounce contains some 8 grams of it - about 25% of the recommended daily intake. If you don't eat oatmeal regularly, then you should definitely consider adding it to your diet.




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