Vitamin B1 - Benefits, Deficiency Symptoms And Food Sources
Other names :: thiamin, thiamine chlorideVitamin B1 is also know as thiamine. Vitamin B1 in the form of thiamine hydrochloride, is a white crystalline powder with a yeast like odour and a saltish taste. Vitamin B1 is a water soluble. It is necessary for most every cellular reaction in the body as a participant in an enzyme system known as thiamin pyrophosphate. It is vital to normal functioning of the nervous system and metabolism.
Actions and benefits of vitamin B1
Recommended dosage of vitamin B1
Signs of Overdose:
Deficiency symptoms of Vitamin B1
When more may be required
When taking alcohol, antacids and birth control pills or if you have hormone replacement therapy, you need to look at your thiamin intake. People suffering from depression or anxiety and those passing large volumes of urine, or suffering from an infection may all require more thiamin.
Best food sources of vitamin B1
How to Use vitamin B1
Liquid: the best form due to its high bioavailability and fast absorption. Always choose liquid as your first choice when supplementing your diet.
Out of direct light and away from children in a cool, dry place. Heat/moisture may change effectiveness.
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