Matsun Nutrition is a leading contract manufacturer of liquid vitamin B1 supplements
Matsun Nutrition has over 20 years experience as a contract manufacturer of liquid vitamin B1 supplements. As a contract manufacturer, we can provide the finest nutritional health supplements and vitamins at the best possible pricing. Our full-service contract manufacturing operation also allows us to provide private labeling for any type of supplement that you may need.
Here is what you should know about using a liquid vitamin B1 supplement. Vitamin B1 (also known as thiamine or thiamin) is a water-soluble vitamin in the B-complex vitamin manufacturing group. Every one of the B vitamins plays a role in the conversion of carbohydrates to glucose, fuel the body can use, as well as the breakdown of fats and proteins. Most B vitamins also play a role in the maintenance of various other bodily systems, including the hair, skin, eyes, the nervous system, and the brain. To be particular, thiamine seems to play a special role in the strengthening of the immune system and the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which serves as an energy source for every one of the body’s cells. Thiamine can be found in a variety of different foods, including yeast, nuts, meat, cereals, and beans. Foodstuffs made with enriched flour may also contain thiamine, because it—along with other B vitamins like niacin (B3), folic acid (B9), and riboflavin (B2)—is frequently used in the legally mandated fortification of refined flour.
Vitamin B1 deficiency is uncommon in developed countries like the United States. But it is more common in third-world countries, where access to fortified grain foodstuffs is limited or even nonexistent. Certain conditions, like anorexia and alcoholism, may contribute to thiamine deficiency. However, it may manifest itself in fatigue, depression, irritability, and abdominal discomfort. More serious conditions wrought by thiamine deficiency include beriberi (the symptoms of which include emotional disturbance, weight loss, and swelling of bodily tissues), cataracts, Alzheimer’s disease, and heart failure. Thiamine deficiency can generally be corrected by the mere consumption of fortified foodstuffs or, if necessary, usage of a vitamin B1 supplement.
Aside from the correction of a thiamine deficiency and its attendant symptoms, a vitamin B1 supplement may be useful for other purposes. Some people use a B1 supplement for diarrhea, poor appetite, heart disease, vision problems, stress, aging, stomach problems, and even AIDS. While a vitamin B1 supplement will virtually always effectively treat a deficiency of the same, research on its ability to treat or prevent other conditions have been ambiguous. More research is needed before a vitamin B1 supplement can be recommended as a dependable means of alleviating the aforementioned conditions.
Matsun Nutrition is a contract manufacturer of liquid vitamin B1 supplements. If you’re interested in marketing a liquid vitamin B1 supplement, Matsun Nutrition has just the resources and experience to get you started. We have been producing the best liquid supplements available for over 20 years in our NSF registered facilities, and we would love to work with you to produce the right supplement for your growing business.