Vitamin B1

Dosage: 4.5 mg (300% Daily Value)

FORM: THIAMINE HCL  
SOURCE: USA

FOUND IN

MEAT = beef, liver, pork

GREEN LEAVES AND VEGETABLES = broccoli, onions, green beans, carrots, kale, tomatoes

LEGUMES = beans, lentils

SEEDS = sunflower seeds, flax seeds

Nuts and oats

Yeast, rice, pasta, bread

Fortified cereal grains

Oranges

ROLE
Mood and immunity booster

HOW WE USE IT
In our coffees and green tea in combination with other B vitamins to enhance positive complex effects

Benefits

  • Energy production
    • Essential for the breakdown of fat and protein
    • Digestion of carbohydrates
  • Boosts brain power
    • Improves memory, concentration
    • Strengthens nerves
  • Strengthens immune system

Signs of a Deficiency

  • Fatigue, weakness

    Populations at risk of B1 deficiency

    • Elderly
    • Heavy Drinkers
    • Diabetics
    • People who have undergone Bariatric surgery
    • Those with HIV/AIDS or other immune deficiency

    Frequency of US Population With B1 Deficiency

      • Low for most healthy adults