Also known as vitamin B1, thiamine is an essential regulator of the body’s carbohydrate metabolism. Common dietary sources of this vitamin include cereal, meat, nuts, legumes, and yeast. It works with other B complex vitamins also found in the Xjus formula—such as niacin, pantothenic acid, cyanocobalamin, and riboflavin. Low levels of B1 can lead to an array of health problems, including nerve inflammation and beriberi.
Thiamine supplementation has shown promise for helping with an array of conditions, including diabetes, heart disease, colitis, cataracts and glaucoma, canker sores, kidney disease, AIDS and immune system problems, stress, alcoholic withdrawal, and dementia. It’s useful for reducing damage associated with Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome. Trials suggest that B1 supplementation can improve athletic performance, mental sharpness, and motion sickness.
Getting Enough Thiamine to Function at Your Best
Even if you eat a balanced diet, and you make sure to supplement your other B complex vitamins, you may not be getting enough B1. Dietary changes or tweaks may be enough to get you to a proper level. A supplement, such as Xjus, may be preferable. Xjus includes B1 as one of the key ingredients in our formula designed to supercharge performance, normalize testosterone levels, and improve overall health.