VITAMIN B1

DESCRIPTION

Vitamin B1, or thiamine, is a water-soluble vitamin. It is stored in the body in very small quantities, the excess being eliminated in the urine. Since it does not accumulate in the body, it is essential to consume it daily!

ROLE:

Vitamin B1 promotes the proper functioning of the nervous system and also acts as a stimulant of intellectual functions, hence its very good action in the maintenance of concentration and memory. It is also essential for the assimilation of sugars and their transformation into usable energy for the organism.

    SOURCES:

    Vitamin B1 is found in many foods, and more particularly in whole grains, legumes, brewer's yeast, oilseeds (almonds, hazelnuts, nuts, etc.). It is also present in meat, seafood, seaweed, fish, milk and egg yolk.

    ANECDOTE:

    It was discovered in XNUMXth century following work on beriberi, a disease usually causing intense fatigue, severe motor and neurological disturbances, and heart failure. Researchers have effectively demonstrated that this disease is directly linked to vitamin B1 deficiency !

    SUPPLEMENT & CONTRAINDICATION:

    There is no real risk of overdose vitamin B1 because it is not stored by the body. However, taking too much can cause a diuretic effect. Note that excessive and chronic alcohol consumption leads to a malabsorption of vitamin B1 and thus constitutes the main cause of deficiency in this vitamin

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