Vitamin of B1 (Thiaminum) 2936220000
Thiamine (vitamin B 1 ; old name - aneurin) - water-soluble vitamin , the compound corresponding to the formula C 12 H 17 N 4 OS. Colorless crystalline substance, readily soluble in water, insoluble in alcohol.
Degrades when heated.
Known as vitamin B 1 thiamine plays an important role in metabolic processes carbohydrates and fats . The substance is essential for the normal course of growth and development processes and helps to maintain the proper functioning of the heart, nervous and digestive systems. Thiamine, being a water-soluble compound, is not stored in the body and has no toxic properties.
Contained in the following foods: lean pork, liver, kidneys, potatoes, cereals (millet, oatmeal, buckwheat), bread (rye and whole grain), legumes, green peas.
- An essential component of many enzymes, which are mainly are used to extract energy from food consumed.
|Composition||Thiaminum is a vitamin of V1|
|Day's necessity:||1,7 mgs|
|Setting||for the normal flowing of processes of growth and development helps to support the proper work of heart, nervous and digestive systems.|