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Unread 02-05-2013, 03:50 PM   #21
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Thanks mrsD...I actually had already seen that video thanks to your post! This is pretty scary for me. I ordered some more D last night online. Right now I am taking the 2000, but I just bought the 5000. If I eat with it I get less nausea. Also just to clarify something...it would be highly unlikely for me to be deficient in thiamin right? After continuous research and searching and searching for answers to my problems I came across something about it. I have never been tested for B1. I did a quick rummage through my pantry just to see if it's actually in a lot of foods like they say and really was surprised to see that it's not that common. I really only noticed that our cereals have it. Just a thought.

I do take benfotiamine now and haven't seen too much improvement yet.

Hope I don't sound to crazy!!!
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Benfotiamine replaces thiamine in the body.

People may be low with genetic errors, or who have poor food
intake (alcohol, or anorectic). Most breads and pastas, are
fortified in US now.

People who take Lasix, a diuretic may lose more thiamine than they
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