Thiamine (Vitamin B1)

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Thiamine plays an essential role in normal cellular functions, growth, and development via its involvement in critical metabolic reactions related to energy metabolism. Thiamine contributes to normal growth and development in children. Thiamine contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism. Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) is needed to release the energy from foods; Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) is needed to release the energy from carbohydrates. Thiamine is found in high concentrations in skeletal muscle. It is required for muscle action.

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  • Maintain/support muscle function in children when dietary intake is inadequate
  • Aid/assist/helps synthesis of neurotransmitters in children when dietary intake is inadequate.
  • Maintain/support healthy growth and development in children when dietary intake is inadequate.
  • Maintain/support muscle function in children when dietary intake is inadequate

Recommended Daily Intake of Vitamin B1 in Children

Boys & Girls (1-3 years) 0.5 mg

Boys & Girls (4-8 years) 0.6 mg

Boys & Girls (9-13 years) 0.9 mg

Boys (14-18 years) 1.2 mg

Girls (14-18 years) 1.1 mg

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