Thiamine (Vitamin B1)
Thiamine, or vitamin B1, is essential for glucose metabolism and energy production and also plays a key role in regular nerve, muscle and heart function. It is central to the growth and function of various cells and only small amounts of it are stored in the liver, necessitating a daily intake of thiamin-rich foods. A deficiency can lead to various problems in the brain and heart, both of which require a constant supply of energy.
About the ingredient
Yeast, beef, pork, nuts, whole grains, and pulses.
Let’s understand the science !
- B-complex vitamin are essential to normal brain function and energy production.Read more
- B complex vitamins are central to mitochondrial cell function and play an important role in energy production. Read more
- Vitamin B12 supplementation may help improve depressive symptoms.Read more
- Oral thiamine supplementation have been shown to improve the cognitive function of patients with Alzheimer’s disease.Read more