Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
Description :

Thiamine helps convert nutrients into energy and is required for proper cellular function. Pregnant women, women on long-term diuretic medication, and women who have undergone bariatric surgery are at a greater risk of thiamine deficiency

There is no UL for thiamin (Vitamin B1) due to a lack of reports showing negative effects from high thiamin intakes.

Source :

Garlic

0.2 mg


Kale

0.133 mg


Apple (Sugar)

0.11 mg


Spinach

0.078 mg


Tomatoes (Grape)

0.075 mg


Broccoli

0.071 mg


Orange (navels)

0.068 mg


Avocado

0.067 mg


Guava

0.067 mg


Carrots

0.066 mg


Tomatoes Green

0.06 mg


Onion (Green)

0.055 mg


Onion (Welsh)

0.05 mg


Pumpkin

0.05 mg


Tomatoes Orange

0.046 mg


Tomatoes Yellow

0.041 mg


Lemon

0.04 mg


Blueberries

0.037 mg


Tomatoes Red

0.037 mg


Raspberries

0.032 mg


Banana

0.031 mg


Orange Roughy

0.031 mg


Apricot

0.03 mg


Kiwi (Green)

0.03 mg


Lime Juice

0.025 mg


Lemon Juice

0.024 mg


Peaches (Yellow)

0.024 mg


Strawberry

0.024 mg


Acerola

0.02 mg


Apple (Mammy)

0.02 mg


Apple (Rose)

0.02 mg


Blackberries

0.02 mg


Apple (Gala)

0.017 mg


Pears (Prickly)

0.014 mg


Apple (Fuji)

0.013 mg


Cranberries

0.012 mg


Pears (Bartlett)

0.012 mg


Pears (Bosc)

0.012 mg


Pears (Asian)

0.009 mg




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