Vitamin b-1 is a vitamin in the family of b-vitamins that is responsible for energy production, like many other b-vitamins as well. Vitamin b1 is also known as thiamine, it’s core job in the human body is to convert carbohydrates into energy, so naturally it’s important for your neurological system and muscles. This vitamin is also very important for your metabolism, gut health, cardiovascular health and more.
The top 3 signs of vitamin b1 deficiency are shared in this video:
The Food Sources Of Vitamin b1 Foods Are:
1. Green Peas
3. Brussel Sprouts
4. Sunflower Seeds
5. Sesame Seeds
Alcoholism can often be a cause of vitamim b1 deficiency, If you have any of the symptoms shared in the above video be sure to include the above foods in your diet and avoid alcohol completely, or drastically reduce it for a while. Vitamin b1 is also responsible for keeping your mucous membranes healthy, your gut healthy, your muscles and nervous system healthy, and your cardiovascular system healthy. It’s an important vitamin (along with other b-vitamins) for keeping your energy levels high, so if you have chronic fatigue then eat vitamin b1 rich foods.
Vitamin b1 also helps to prevent lung congestion, cardiovascular disease, increased heart rate & even heart failure. Brain abnormalities are a sign of vitamin b1 deficiency. Other foods that are rich in vitamin b1 include pistachios, herring, crimini mushrooms, ground flaxseed, spinach.
Make sure to include these in your diet! continue to eat healthy, eat a lot of vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds and sprouts. Also, many animal foods such as eggs, and meat are a great source of vitamin b1 so include these in your diet as well.
As with any of my healthy food sources and recommendations make sure to eat organic if you can and make sure to get organic free range, pastured meat and eggs if you include those in your diet as well.
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