I understand Cronometer hasn't had enough data on the amount of biotin in certain foods, but haven't we gained some sort of consensus on biotin-rich foods at this point, that Cronometer still hasn't put data in for? Salmon, peanuts, hazelnuts, other nuts, seeds, avocados, etc. It'd be nice of Cronometer could at least put in the estimates that have been accepted by other, credible nutrition resources.
Thanks for the links warrior4202! We can add in some values where we have verifiable data We've done this in the past, like Eggs, Cooked. We'll take a look and add some more where we can.
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Yes, it would be useful if you should update biotine data! Especially for nuts, legumes...
A 1-ounce (28-gram) serving of roasted peanuts contains just under 5 mcg of biotin, or 17% of the DV.
One study on the biotin content of popular Japanese foods found 19.3 mcg of biotin — 64% of the DV — in a 3/4-cup (100-gram) serving of whole soybeans.
Anyone found a website that pulls in Biotin values from all the disparate sites on the internet? Even on Nutrition Data, Biotin isn't a searchable nutrient! Chicken liver may be one's best bet.