Thiamine is a key member of vitamin B Serious deficiencies of this vitamin is already ancient history, but its slight deficiency can have unpleasant effects on health. The organism can not store and thiamine in addition to the vitamin in the body rather enemies. For example, soda and coffee, it decomposes completely destroyed (and even decaffeinated coffee, as are black tea).
Drinking large quantities of flour food, sweets and snacks increases the need for vitamin B1. This man needs a lot of vitamins, especially children in times of growth and a woman in her fiftieth year. Furthermore, in pregnancy and lactation.
For example, the so-called short-term memory is usually the result of a lack of thiamine, then as poor concentration, sensitivity, uncertainty, changes in pressure and pulse, insomnia, Confusion, depression and melancholy. Dialysis also destroys vitamin B1. People with heart disease thiamine can improve the function of the heart muscle. The disease reduces the nerves to the lowest level of thiamin feelings of numbness in the extremities, tingling, a problem that particularly afflicts patients diabetes or other disease affecting the nervous system.
Vitamin B1 in combination with other members of the B vitamins can effectively improve digestion and thus easing the indigestion. It is scientifically proven that thiamine deficiency associated with deterioration of mental illness. High doses of vitamins in these cases is very helpful. Vitamin B1 also Supports memory especially the elderly and the patients Alzheimer's disease. Doctors also use this vitamin in treating psychosis, abstinence in the treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction. For example, epilepsy or other seizure measures to significantly impair the absorption of thiamine, so people who use such drugs, constantly need to complement its extraordinary benefits. Thiamine levels rapidly reduces long-term treatment with diuretics, which are medicines for dehydration and drastic slimming diets.
Vitamin B1 helps:
* improve mood
* keeps nerves in "good condition"
* promotes appetite and good digestion
* prevent fatigue
* strengthens the heart muscle
* supports the conversion of energy
HOW MUCH DO WE NEED VITAMIN B:
* children birth to 7 years: 1 mg per day
* 7 to 14 years: 1.5 mg per day
* Youth over 14 years: 2 mg per day
* adults with normal jobs: 3 mg per day
* adults with severe employment: 3.5 mg per day
* pregnant women: 2.5 mg per day
* lactating women: 3 mg per day
The need for this vitamin increases during treatment with antibiotics, in large psychological stress, diarrhea, Recovering from various diseases, oncology problems after chemotherapy or other physical exertions. Most accessible source of this vitamin is brewer's yeast, Wheat bran, germ, oat flakes (least modified), beans, potatoes, black beans, liver, brown rice, buckwheat, asparagus, green leafy vegetables, almonds, walnuts and hazelnuts, pumpkin seeds, sheep meat, eggs, cauliflower. Thiamine is not included in the list, and sunflower seeds.