Symptoms of Vitamin B1 Deficiency Are Common
Fatigue, nerve pain, brain fog, muscle pain, and muscle fatigue are all common manifestations of vitamin B1 deficiency.
Vitamin B1 deficiency is a common consequence of gluten/grain sensitivity. Lack of this important B vitamin is often times responsible for continued health problems even when adhering to a gluten/grain free diet.
Vitamin B1, also known as thiamin is a water soluble B vitamin. It aids in the production of energy in all tissues in the body but more is used in the heart and skeletal muscle. Additionally it is necessary for the body to produce the neurotransmitter (chemical used by the nervous system and brain) acetylcholine.
Signs & Symptoms of Vitamin B1 Nutrition Deficiency Include:
Drugs, medications, or additives that may deplete or interfere with Vitamin B1 metabolism:
Why Ultra B1 over other forms of vitamin B1
Unlike most types of vitamin B1, Ultra B1 was designed by Dr. Osborne to contain benfotiamine. This form of B1 is the most bioavailable form used by the body. Additionally, Ultra B1 contains antioxidants and other B cofactors that help aid in supporting a healthy inflammation balance.
- How many capsules should I take? 1-2 capsules per day with food.
- Is this product safe for pregnant or nursing women? Yes
- Is this supplement gluten free? Yes
- Is this supplement dairy free? Yes
- Is this supplement safe for vegetarians? Yes