VITAMIN B1(THIAMINE) HEALTH BENEFITS, DEFICIENCY AND RICH FOODS

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VITAMIN B1/THIAMINE BENEFITS:

·        Maintains a Healthy Metabolism

·        Prevents Nerve Damage

·        Supports a Healthy Cardiovascular System

·        Boosts Immunity

·        Treats Alcoholism

·        Prevents Brain Disorders

·        Enhances Learning

·        Helps Keep a Positive Mood

·        Helps Prevent Vision Problems

VITAMIN B1/THIAMINE DEFICIENCY SYMPTOMS:

·        Anorexia or rapid weight loss

·        Poor appetite

·        Colitis

·        Ongoing digestive problems such as diarrhea

·        Nerve damage

·        Nerve inflammation (neuritis)

·        Fatigue

·        Decrease in short-term memory

·        Confusion

·        Irritability

·        Muscle weakness

·        Mental changes such as apathy or depression

·        Cardiovascular effects such as an enlarged heart

VITAMIN B1/ THIAMINE RICH FOODS:

FOOD

SERVING SIZE

VITAMIN B1

RECIPE

Nutritional Yeast

2 Tbsp

9.6 mg (640%)

Recipe

Seaweed

1 cup

2.66 mg (216%)

Recipe

Sunflower Seeds

1 cup

2.0 mg (164%)

Recipe

Macadamia Nuts

1 cup

1.6 mg (132%)

Recipe

Black Beans

1/3 cup dried

0.58 mg (48%)

Recipe

Lentils

1/3 cup dried

0.53 mg (44%)

Recipe

Soybeans

1/3 cup dried

0.53 mg (44%)

Recipe

Navy Beans

1/3 cup dried

0.53 mg (44%)

Recipe

White Beans

1/3 cup dried

0.53 mg (44%)

Recipe

Green Split Peas

1/3 cup dried

0.48 mg (40%)

Recipe

Pinto beans

1/3 cup dried

0.46 mg (39%)

Recipe

Mung Beans

1/3 cup dried

0.42 mg (36%)

Recipe

Beef Liver

1 3 oz. piece cooked

0.32 mg (26%)

Recipe

Asparagus

1 cup cooked

0.30 mg (25%)

Recipe

Brussel Sprouts

1 cup cooked

0.16 (13%)

Recipe

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