Supports brain and nervous system function. Transforms sugars into energy
Vitamin B1, or thiamine, is one of the so-called water-soluble vitamins, those that cannot accumulate in the body, but must be consumed regularly as part of one's diet. In particular, it can be found in cereals, legumes, eggs, pork and yeast.
Vitamin B1, or thiamine, is called the "Mood Vitamin" because of its ability to positively influence people's mental attitude.
Vitamin B1 contributes to the important process of converting glucose into energy. It also plays a fundamental role in synthesising the body’s energy processes, releasing the energy necessary to carry out daily activities. Vitamin B1 also plays a key role in supporting neuronal function, both centrally and peripherally, and is necessary for the proper transmission of nerve stimuli from the brain and spinal cord to various parts of the body (and vice versa), as well as for many brain functions including memory and concentration. Vitamin B1 is essential for the proper functioning of the heart and muscles.