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Moderate alcohol consumption after meals can decrease levels of insulin
...er an explanation for alcohol-related fatty liver, thiamine
deficiency, alteration in energy metabolism under fasting conditions, and lack of appetite for carbohydrates [that are] found in alcoholics, the reasons for which have baffled researchers for years." Furthermore, said Kokavec, "present results highli...
Megavitamins may help treat many genetic diseases, could tune up everyone's metabolism
...s, in particular the eight B vitamins like niacin, thiamine
and pyridoxine. And because aging involves similar... to a cofactor derived from a B vitamin, including thiamine
(B-1), riboflavin (B-2), niacin (B-3), cobalamin (B-12) and biotin (B-7). "What's interesting is, he...
How sensitive is your brain to alcohol-induced damage?
...ncrease retention in the treatment program. Also, thiamine
therapy seems to increase treatment effects, likel...reverse during the recovery process. In addition, thiamine
supplementation may help recovering alcoholics regain their capacity to remember. "The main point ...
Alcohol and thiamine deficiency together: a dangerous combination?
Heavy alcohol use is associated with thiamine
(Vitamin B1) deficiency. Alcohol and thiamine
deficiency together may have a more damaging impact on the brain. Learning and reference memory appe...
Excess Thiamine May Help Tumor Growth, Research Shows
...overlooked link between vitamin B1 -- alsoknown as thiamine
-- and tumor-cell growth. The results suggest that toomuch thiamine
may actually help tumors grow. They also suggest that rationaluse of dietary thiamine
may help slow...