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Vitamin B1, also known as thiamine, was one the first organic compounds to be recognized as a vitamin. Like all the other B complex vitamins, it is water soluble and not stored in the body. Rather, excess amounts of B1 will be excreted. And like the other B vitamins, it helps the body convert the foods we eat into usable fuel to maintain life-sustaining functions.
Vitamin B1 must be in adequate supply for aerobic energy production to take place. This is the process in which sugar (glucose) is converted into usable energy.
Vitamin B1 also plays roles in the nervous system. It promotes the healthy development of myelin sheaths, the material that surrounds and protects most nerves. Insufficient vitamin B1 intake can result in degradation and damage to the myelin sheath. Symptoms such as pain, prickly sensation, and deadened nerves may be linked to a vitamin B1 deficiency.*
Thiamine is needed for the production of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that relays messages between the nerves and the muscles. Acetlycholine’s importance in maintaining muscle tone makes vitamin B1 a significant nutrient in maintaining proper heart function because the heart is a muscle whose performance is vital to human life.*
Absorption of vitamin B1 requires sufficient supplies of vitamin B6, B12, and folic acid.
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As with any dietary or herbal supplement, you should advise your health care practitioner of the use of this product. If you have ulcers, gallstones or are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, you should consult your health care provider prior to taking this product. The use of this supplement is not intended to treat any disease, and does not claim to cure or prevent any disease.
Interaction with Medication and Other Supplements
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Note Regarding Children
Please do personal research and consult with your health care professional before giving any supplements to children. Suggested use is typically designed for adults and may be higher than you would give to a child.
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Vitamin B1 (as Thiamine Hydrochloride), Gelatin (Bovine) Capsules
Adults and children 12 years or over, take 1 capsule daily with a meal or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Note: B vitamins are best taken with a meal. Without food, the vitamins are not well absorbed by the body and will simply pass through the digestive system unused. They are best taken in the morning or at lunchtime, either with or immediately after a meal.
Store at room temperature. Keep out of reach of children.