Vitamin B1 Benefits
Vitamin B1 Deficiency
- Vitamin B1 is water-soluble and is necessary for
the conversion of carbohydrates into energy.
- B1 is responsible for the maintenance of the heart
and nervous system and formation and
maintenance of red blood cells.
- B1 can be found in large amounts in breads and
cereal that are either whole grain or enriched.
- Vitamin B1 is not stored in the body in large
quantities, therefore it should be provided
- Deficiency is rare but signs are fatigue, loss of
appetite, irritability, emotional instability and an
inability to concentrate.
- Recommended dosage 1.5 mg. Higher dosages
are available ranging from 25mg to 50 mg.
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