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B1 - cognitive function and mood

Discussion in 'Cognition' started by AndyPandy, Aug 19, 2017.

  1. AndyPandy

    AndyPandy Making the most of it

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    A few weeks ago I started taking 62.5mg Vitamin B1 per day. It's a small dose due to my sensitivities. I was experimenting with it to see if it would help lower my BGLs (skinny type 2 diabetic).

    I'm not sure if it is helping with BGLs as I am also experimenting with lower carb diet, but what has been noticeable is an improvement in cognitive function and stabilisation of mood.

    This is just my experience, but thought I would share it in case it helps someone else.

    Best wishes Andy
     
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  2. Prefect

    Prefect Senior Member

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    You might want to get checked out for D-lactate because B1 helps clear it.
     
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  3. aquariusgirl

    aquariusgirl Senior Member

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    Same here.....but TTFD is better than thiamine or benfotiamine

    Also check out the thread on B1 & pyruvate dehydrogenase
     
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    perrier Senior Member

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    Tried to find this thread and could not
     
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