Biotin in chronic progressive multiple sclerosis

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Biotin in chronic progressive multiple sclerosis

Postby FatherOf2 » Sun Jul 26, 2015 12:01 pm

http://www.msard-journal.com/article/S2211-0348(15)00006-1/abstract?cc=y=
Doses 100-300mg/day.
• Biotin activates enzymes involved in energy production and myelin synthesis.
• 91.3% of SPMS or PPMS patients improved clinically with high doses of biotin.
• Improvement concerned chronic optic neuropathy, homonymous hemianopia or myelopathy.
• In all cases improvement was delayed from 2 to 8 months following treatment׳s onset.
• Two multi-centric double-blind placebo-controlled trials are currently underway.

The role of Biotin in myelin synthesis is important and may help patients with autism.

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