Vitamin B1- Thiamine Information

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Uses, Benefits, Properties, Description, Effects and Details of Vitamin B1- Thiamine, Vitamin B1- Thiamine based remedies, Vitamin B1- Thiamine dietary supplement benefits, explanation and other information

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Most Common Name: Vitamin B1- Thiamine
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Vitamin B1 - Thiamine: A water soluble crystalline compound that is essential for in the metabolizing of sugars in body tissues. It plays an important role in the relaying of electrical impulses (messages) in the nerves and muscles. Vitamin B1 also contributes to a healthy cardiovascular and nervous system. Because of its pivotal role in the transmission of signals in the brain and nervous system, a shortage of thiamine can have a profound effect on mood and alertness.

Although available in many foods (pork, chicken, liver, eggs, leafy vegetables, cereals and grains) because it is water soluble it is as easily lost from the body as it is gained.



 

Vitamin B1- Thiamine Use for/In treatment of:

General tonic Depressioninsomnia
Mood disordersAlertness and concentration Alcohol abuse
Irritability Loss of appetite 

Vitamin B1- Thiamine Contraindications, do not use if:*

Consult your doctor before taking if you have any heart conditionOverdose can lead to an inability to absorb any other of the B-group vitamins. 
   
We cannot warrant that this list of contraindications are complete or valid. We urge that you consult an appropriate and knowledgeable practitioner before treatment.*
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