Thiamin, also known as vitamin B-1, is necessary for every tissue in the body. Thiamin supplements offer this essential water-soluble vitamin to help maintain several enzymatic processes in relation to carbohydrate metabolism, brain and nerve cell function and energy production. While thiamin can be found in a variety of foods such as meats, whole grains, raisin, nuts and seeds, its benefit can be easily reduced through cooking, exposure to light, nitrites, sulfites or liver yeast and by the enzymes in seafood as well as tannins in coffee and tea. Ensure you’re getting enough thiamin by supplementing with one of the options below or by choosing one of our Vitamin B Complexes.
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