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vitamin b1

  1. haidut

    The "burning mouth" syndrome may be due to vitamin deficiencies, hypothyroidism

    Just a quick post since I get a lot of emails about this issue, and apparently the rates have increased a lot since the pandemic began. According to the study below, this symptoms can be caused by insulin resistance, vitamin D/B6/B1 or zinc deficiencies, or hypothyroidism (high TSH). Looking at...
  2. A

    Anti-Thiamine factors

    Thiamine in foods can be destroyed by anti-thiamine compounds that occur naturally in food or are produced in food as a result of microbial or other action. Dietary analyses may indicate adequate intakes of thiamine, but do not take into consideration the influence of anti-thiamine factors in...
  3. haidut

    Vitamin B1 and/or biotin may treat Huntington Disease (HD)

    As some of my own studies with cancer recently demonstrated, vitamins are no laughing matter when it comes to their ability to treat very serious conditions. This seems to be especially true in regards to the B vitamins, which are required co-factors for most of the metabolic reactions inside...
  4. Mito

    Hiding in Plain Sight: Modern Thiamine Deficiency

    Abstract Thiamine or vitamin B1 is an essential, water-soluble vitamin required for mitochondrial energetics—the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). It is a critical and rate-limiting cofactor to multiple enzymes involved in this process, including those at the entry points and at...
  5. haidut

    Human study - vitamin B1 safe & effective for preventing & treating Alzheimer Disease (AD)

    A remarkable study, that for some reason is not being covered by mainstream media. Considering 99% of the clinical trials for AD since 2000 have completely failed, this study should be front-page news for most mainstream outlets. I suspect mainstream media, being literally owned by the same...
  6. haidut

    Vitamin B1 can reverse heart damage/failure caused by alcoholism

    The beneficial effects of vitamin B1 (thiamine) on the nervous system have been known for a long time, and the vitamin is routinely used in hospitals around the world to treat both acute alcohol intoxication as well as the nervous system damage known as Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome caused by...
  7. charlie

    Thiamin deficiency: a possible major cause of some tumors?

    Abstract Based solely on clinical clues from a malnourished population, thiamin alone was intentionally and successfully injected to human cases with some tumors or masses. Two cases of submandibular gland cyst and 13 out of 15 cases of Baker's cyst were cured without recurrence for several...
  8. Hans

    Alcohol increases neurogenesis

    This was an interesting study that I thought was worth sharing. Many detrimental substances/compounds/neurotransmitters/hormones, are able to increase neurogenesis and are supposed to be beneficial. This study made me think of what Peat said about certain SSRI drugs increasing allopregnanolone...
  9. Mauritio

    Vitamin B1 / Thiamine deficiency increases serotonin in the brain

    This study finds that a vitmain B1 (thiamine ) deficiency causes an increase of serotonin in several brain areas . Although they avoid to use the word increase (they use "affects") in the abstract, the full study shows that this is what happened . They also found that the thiamine defiicient...
  10. charlie

    Thiamin Deficiency in People with Obesity

    Abstract Although obesity has been viewed traditionally as a disease of excess nutrition, evidence suggests that it may also be a disease of malnutrition. Specifically, thiamin deficiency was found in 15.5–29% of obese patients seeking bariatric surgery. It can present with vague signs and...
  11. charlie

    Folate-deficiency neuropathy and indirect thiamine deficiency

    Koike et al. reported a slowly progressive, prevalent sensory polyneuropathy in patients with folate deficiency, which shows some distinctive clinical features with respect to thiamine-deficiency neuropathy. [1,2] However, as the authors mention, the clinical manifestations of folate deficiency...
  12. charlie

    Vitamin B1 in critically ill patients: needs and challenges

    This is a treasure trove of studies related to vitamin B1. https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/cclm-2017-0054/html?fbclid=IwAR1hbLagvfeFcuxIfl69AL7rOMEkJlVS3UEnn2up6N2_baxepsgdz-Vvnds
  13. Mr Joe

    Combo High Dose (B1 + Cypro + B3) + T3 for recovery

    2 Years ago Symptoms : All day Anxiety, Depression Emergency state. Any bad thought would cause belly contraction and a cycle of stress diffucult to calm. Sleepness, GERD intense headaches when doing mental effort. I am understanding now that all of these could be symptoms of very low metabolism...
  14. charlie

    An Open-Label Pilot Study With High-Dose Thiamine in Parkinson's Disease

    The administration of high doses of thiamine to patients with PD was effective in reversing the parkinsonian symptoms; we then suppose that the parenteral thiamine supplementation may play an important role in restoring the survivor neurons and in limiting the disease progression, and that the...
  15. S

    Post Workout Lactic Acid

    I’ve started working out and I love it, getting decent muscle growth. However, I get pretty bad lactic acid build up. I experience air hunger and insomnia. I am on thyroid and feel like I am pretty peaty in supporting my metabolism. I take B-vitamins, acetic acid which I feel like should help...
  16. M

    Thiamine and Co-Factors

    Does anyone know what kind of vitamins or minerals need to be supplemented (or need to be looking out for) when starting a high dose thiamin regiment? Today i started thiamin supplementation with thamine hcl (1.200 mg per day throughout the day) and sulbutiamine (200 mg) for trying to fix a...
  17. charlie

    Thiamine status in patients receiving long-term home parenteral nutrition

    Conclusions: This study demonstrates that the currently recommended 3 mg of thiamine hydrochloride added to TPN solutions is adequate to maintain normal thiamine status. This should prevent the development of thiamine deficiency even in patients with compromised intestinal thiamine absorption...
  18. B

    COVID-19? Survival Requires Energy

    https://www.hormonesmatter.com/selye-covid-19-coronavirus-survival-requires-energy/ sorry if this is already out there... https://knowledgeofhealth.com/survey-confirms-lifestyle-dietary-disease-vaccines-will-not-help/
  19. Nehring

    In Vivo Evidence For The Anticancer Effect Of Thiamine / Thoughts On TTFD

    Hey guys, Actively reading Peat's work and subsequently the forum for the last 5 years has (like prob. most of us) inspired me to drastically re-evaluate my understanding of health, biology as well as development through the journey of perceive-think-act. I really want to thank everyone in...
  20. Recoen

    Elliot Overton On TTFD And Methylation

    Get extreme anxiety or depression from TTFD supplementation? You should read on: Did you know that TTFD uses up SAM-e, and therefore can be taxing on methylation? I recently had a male client who explained that TTFD therapy initially produced great increases in mental clarity, energy, and...
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