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Thiamine: Thiamine is a water soluble vitamin that is not stored effectively in the body and requires a daily intake to maintain health. Thiamine is found in whole grains, meats, fish, and nuts. Thiamine is essential for many aspects of health, including energy production, normal growth and development, immune function, and a healthy skin, blood, muscles, brain, nervous system and hair.
Adequate amounts of Thiamine are claimed to be potentially beneficial for:
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Excessive intake of Thiamine may involve the following risks:
Thiamine: A heat-labile and water-soluble vitamin contained in milk, yeast, synthesized; in the germ and husk of grains, also artificially synthesized; essential for growth; a deficiency of thiamin is associated with beriberi and Wernicke-Korsakoff's syndrome. SYN aneurine, antiberiberi factor, antiberiberi vitamin, antineuritic factor, antineuritic vitamin, thiamine, vitamin B1.
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Thiamine : water soluble B vitamin with a structure consisting of substituted pyrimidine and thiazolium rings linked by a methylene group; deficiency causes beriberi.
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