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Source Naturals, Coenzymated B-1, 60 Sublingual Tablets

Item # : 1405
Manufacturer SKU : 021078009337
Product Code : SN0933
Package Details : 60 Tablets
Serving Size : 1 Tablet
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 60 Days
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Source Naturals, Coenzymated B-1, 60 Sublingual Tablets
Price(र)  : 2761.00
Offer (र)  : 2485.00
Quantity

Ships in 10 to 12 days

•  Vitamin Supplement
•  Cocarboxylase
•  Sublingual

The Benefits of Coenzymated Sublingual Vitamins:
In order for vitamins to be utilized by the body, they must first be converted into their active coenzyme forms. Sublingual Coenzymated B-1 goes directly into your bloodstream in its active form, ready to go to work immediately. This avoids the loss that may occur not only during digestion, but during the liver's conversion process as well. Thiamin diphosphate (TPP), also called thiamin pyrophosphate (TPP) or cocarboxylase, is the active, coenzyme form of vitamin B-1.

Suggested Use:

1 tablet daily. Place tablet under the tongue and allow to dissolve slowly, altering the position of the tablet to avoid prolonged contact with the same area.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Tablet

 

Amount Per Serving

%DV

Thiamin (from 25 mg cocarboxylase [Coenzymated])

16 mg

1,067%

Other Ingredients:

Sorbitol, mannitol, sodium citrate, natural peppermint flavor, and magnesium stearate.

Warnings:

Note: If you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or breastfeeding, consult your health care professional before using this product.

Do not use if either tamper-evident seal is broken or missing. Keep out of the reach of children.

Q.What are the food sources of Vitamin B-1?
A. The food sources for Thiamin are organ meats, red meats, whole grains, nuts, cooked dried beans, peas, milk, cauliflower, and spinach.

Q.What is the role of Vitamin B-1?
A.Thiamin (B-1) plays a role in converting food into energy and helps support nervous system health.

Q.What is the daily value of for Vitamin –B1?
A.The Daily value for Thiamin is 1.5 mg; the safe upper limit is 50-150 mg depending on age, sex and gender.

Q.What are symptoms of vitamin B-1 deficiency?
A.First signs include depression, anorexia and/or diarrhea which may appear suddenly or over a period of several days. Other signs include head elevation while standing, excitability, drowsiness, circling, muscular tremors and apparent loss of vision which causes goats to walk in circles. If symptoms occur, contact your veterinarian immediately. Rigidity and convulsions occur in later stages of the disease.

Q.What can foods high in vitamin B1 do for you?
A. Foods high in Vitamin B1 can help as follows:
• Maintain your energy supplies
• Coordinate the activity of nerves and muscles
• Support proper heart function

Q.What events can indicate a need for more foods high in vitamin B1?
A. They are as follows:
• Loss of appetite
• "Pins and needles" sensations
• Feeling of numbness, especially in the legs
• Muscle tenderness, particularly in the calf muscles