Lamberts Thiamin 100mg
Thiamin is also known as Vitamin B1 as it was the first vitamin to be discovered. The body can not make thiamin and so it must be obtained from the diet, from food sources such as whole grains, pulses nuts and seeds. Because it is water soluble and not stored in the body, a deficiency can arise if someone's diet is poor, either due to low appetite or by over reliance on highly processed foods. Mild deficiencies may arise in the elderly for these reasons, although thiamin is added to white flour to reduce the risk of deficiencies arising. Thiamin levels in the body may be depleted by long term treatment with diuretics and it is often given to patients being treated for alcoholism.
One of the best known roles that thiamine plays in the body is in the enzymatic release of energy from carbohydrates. In addition thiamine plays an important role in maintaining the integrity of the nervous system, as it is vital for the production of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.
Each capsule provides a full 100mg of thiamin. Made in the UK and produced in premises that operate to stringent pharmaceutical standards of GMP.
- Also known as vitamin B1
- Plays an important role in the release of energy from food. It is also essential for the proper functioning of nerves
- Each capsule provides a full 100mg of thiamine
- Made in the UK to GMP pharmaceutical standards
Usage & Administration
1 capsule daily.
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