vitamin B1


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vitamin B1

[′vīd·ə·mən ¦bē¦wən]
(biochemistry)
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And like vitamin B1, it aids in digestion with the production of hydrochloric acid.
Finally, the patient appeared blurred vision due to long-term lack of absorption of Vitamin B1.
Mean vitamin B1 level was found to be significantly higher in obese children and in those with metabolic syndrome when compared to healthy controls.
Procedure for the Spectrophotometric Determina- tion of Vitamin B1, B2 and B6
Other studies have shown a reduction in primary dysmenorrhea using fish oils as has vitamin B1.
Diamond Pet Foods has voluntarily recalled certain bags of cat food because they may have low levels of thiamine, also known as vitamin B1.
Subjects whose intake of vitamin B1 or vitamin B6 was among the top one-third of participants had a 26% lower adjusted risk of dying over follow-up compared to those whose intake was among the lowest third.
Combining different nutrients with diverse organoleptic properties in dietary supplements is not always easy, due to undesired aromas or flavors, such as with vitamin B1, methionine, etc.
Initially large doses of injectable (intravenous) Vitamin B1 are required for treatment with further injections into the muscle for the next few days, supportive therapy is also required.
A derivative of vitamin B1 could speed up healing of tissue and increase the chance of survival following heart damage, a study suggests.
Scientists from Bristol University, who carried out the experiment in mice, also suggested that a derivative of vitamin B1, called benfotiamine, speeds up the healing of tissue following heart damage, reports the Daily Express.
Vitamin B1 and B7 promote healthy nerves; B2 is responsible for the insulation of the nerves while B3 plays a role in nervous system function.