Origin: Supplements and food sources such as grains, beans, nuts, meat, asparagus, potatoes, mushrooms, romaine lettuce, spinach, tuna, green peas, sunflower seeds, tomatoes, Brussels sprouts, and eggplant.
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Overview: Vitamin B1(Thiamine Mononitrate) is typically used to help with conditions of low Thiamine in the body. It aids in improving digestive problems, helping poor appetite, boosting the immune system, kidney health, increased energy, cognitive enhancement, and a positive mental attitude. It supports energy production and optimum neural functioning. It also helps maintain the integrity and viability of your cells.
- Promoting energy production
- Preventing neural degeneration and promoting the proper development myelin sheath in the nerves
- Preventing heart disease
- Delaying or preventing cataracts
- Slowing down aging caused by free radical damage
- Promoting healthy digestion
- Improving memory
- Stimulating the production of red blood cells
Common Dosage: The recommended dosage is 5mg-30mg for mild deficiencies.