Vitamin B1, also called thiamine, is a water-soluble (not stored by the body) vitamin that enables the body to use carbohydrates as energy.
Vitamin B1 is Also Important for:
Scientists have looked at thiamine as a possible treatment for:
Signs of Deficiency:
Deficiency is uncommon in healthy adults. It’s more common with alcoholism, Crohn’s disease, people undergoing dialysis for kidneys, and anorexia.
Fat Soluble Vitamins:
Water Soluble Vitamins:
Whole foods with the highest amounts of vitamin B1…