Cyto® B7 is a medical food designed for the dietary management of Mitochondrial Cytopathies or Biotinidase Deficiency. As a concentrated liquid form of Biotin, Cyto® B7 allows for small-volume dosing. Refer to the FAQs page to learn more about this non-flavored, enteral liquid. Refer to the FAQs listed on this page to learn more.
How much Cyto® B7 should I take each day?
Daily intake should be determined by your healthcare professional specializing in mitochondrial or metabolic disorders.
How much Biotin is in a 30mL bottle?
There is 150 mg of Biotin in one bottle and 5 mg of Biotin per mL of liquid.
Is there a syringe for measurement included?
Yes, there is a dosing syringe enclosed that measures in 0.1 increments up to 1 mL.
How should I consume Cyto® B7?
Measure the dose desired with the dosing syringe. Take directly by mouth or add to water or any other beverage, stir well and consume. For tube feeding, add the drops and ensure complete mixing. Do not add to hot liquids.
Is Cyto® B7 nutritionally complete?
Cyto® B7 contains Vitamin B7 (biotin) only. It is not a source of other vitamins and minerals and cannot be used as a sole source of nutrition.
What are the ingredients in Cyto® B7?
Biotin, water and natural vegetable glycerin.
Is Cyto® B7 flavored?
No, it has a slight sweet taste but it is from the natural glycerine.
Can Cyto® B7 be tube fed?
Yes, Cyto® B7 can be either tube or oral fed. The liquid drops will readily dissolve in tube formulas, once mixed.
How does Cyto® B7 taste?
The Vitamin B7 is dissolved in several emulsifying agents to create Cyto B7. The liquid drops have a slightly sweet taste and mask the inherent bitter taste of all B-vitamins.
How should Cyto® B7 be stored?
Unopened bottles should be kept in a cool, dry place. Reseal opened bottles, store in a cool area and use within 3 months.