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Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)

Information about Vitamin B1 / Thiamine

Description and function

Vitamin B1 can be named as "energy and nerve vitamin", as it plays an important role in the energy metabolism of muscles and nerves. Also for the generation of energy from carbohydrates, the body needs the water-soluble vitamin B1. The recommended daily requirement for women is 1 mg, 1.2 mg in men.

foods high in vitamin B1

Vitamin B1 is found particularly rich in whole grains, legumes, pork and fish.

ProductServingThiamine
»  Turkish pizza / Lahmacun, with salad 300 g0.15 mg
» 1 serving Chocolate pudding, average 190 g0.08 mg
» 100 g Cherry, fresh 100 g0.05 mg
» 1 chunk Garlic, fresh 3 g0.01 mg
»  Crępes, with Nutella 115 g0.03 mg
» 1 slice Camembert cheese, 45% fat i.d.m. 30 g0.01 mg
» 1 piece Kinder Surprise 20 g0.01 mg
» 100 g Figs, fresh 100 g0.05 mg
» 100 g Cantaloupe, raw 100 g0.06 mg
» 100 g Blackberries, fresh 100 g0.03 mg
» 1 serving Gazpacho 350 g0.18 mg
» 1 serving Chili con carne, average 300 g0.09 mg
» 100 g Acerola, fresh 100 g0.02 mg
» 1 medium sized Lime, fresh 65 g0.03 mg
» 1 serving Spaghetti alla Bolognese 400 g0.36 mg
»  Antipasti, with vegetables 150 g0.08 mg
» 1 slice Tilsit, 45% fat i.d.m. 30 g0.02 mg
» 100 g Apricot, fresh 100 g0.04 mg
»  Obatzter 50 g0.02 mg
» 100 g Watermelon, fresh 100 g0.04 mg

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» Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
» Vitamin B12
» Vitamin B6
» Vitamin C
» Vitamin D
» Vitamin E
» Vitamin H (Biotin)
» Vitamin K

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