Vitamin B1 (Benfotiamine)Read More
There are two types of Vitamin B1: Benfotiamine and Thiamine. Benfotiamine is a synthetic derivative of thiamin. It has been used for decades with no record of adverse side effects – even after taking hundreds of milligrams daily. Thiamine is water-soluble and does not stay in the blood for large amounts of time. Benfotiamine is fat-soluble, so it has greater capability of storing and building up in the body, which is going to help the Vitamin B1 work to nourish damaged nerves.
It has been clinically shown that increased levels of Vitamin B1 in the blood stream are very helpful in supporting healthy nerves, in some cases even reversing nerve mortality.
Other Dietary Uses:
Helps Body Absorb Carbohydrates