Supports normal growth. Helps to metabolize carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Supports nerve tissue and digestion
Vitamin B-1, also known as Thiamine, is an essential nutrient first classified in 1936 by the chemist Robert Williams. Use of singular B vitamins can help address specific deficiencies in the diet.
Common use of Thiamine (Vitamin B1) has been implemented to help replace loss of the vitamin from grains during processing, to supporting red blood cell Energy and white blood cell (immunity) production.