#3/15 Vitamin B1: Thiamine
Also called thiamine; it is one of the eight vitamins that make up the powerful group called the Vitamin B complex. For instance, it is an essential part of converting carbohydrates into energy and necessary to the proper functioning of the nervous system, the heart and the musculature system of the body. Also, it is very important for the brain in terms of emotional health and well-being. The lack of this vitamin in the diet can cause pain, numbness and tingling in the extremities, muscle weakness and a lack of physical coordination. Also, mental symptoms associated with a serious lack of Vitamin B include fatigue, psychosis and confusion. The best sources of this vitamin are beef, liver, dried milk, nuts, oats, oranges, and eggs.
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