Biotin is a kind of B vitamins, also known as vitamin B7. It was once called coenzyme R and vitamin H. It has many important functions and is very important to maintain the normal function of carboxylase (involved in body metabolism). The recommended intake of biotin is 5 μ g / day for infants and 30 μ g / day for adults.
The sulfhydryl group on cysteine is glutathione active group (so glutathione is often abbreviated as g-sh), which is easy to combine with some drugs (such as paracetamol), toxins (such as free radicals, iodoacetic acid, mustard gas, lead, mercury, arsenic and other heavy metals), and has the effect of integration and detoxification.
Chondroitin sulfate (CS) is a kind of glycosaminoglycans covalently linked to proteins to form proteoglycans. Chondroitin sulfate is widely distributed in the extracellular matrix and cell surface of animal tissues. The sugar chain is polymerized by alternating glucuronic acid and N-acetylgalactosamine, and connected to the serine residue of core protein through a sugar like link region.
The liver is an important metabolic organ of lipids and fats. In addition to eating too much fat can lead to fatty liver, when the body lacks L-carnitine or methyl supply is insufficient, it will cause obstacles to the oxidation of long-chain fatty acids and lead to excessive accumulation of fat in the liver.