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What is Benfotiamine?
Benfotiamine metabolizes quickly to produce usable vitamin B1 for your body cells. Benfotiamine is the precursor to vitamin B-1, meaning it is the building block for making Vitamin B-1, however, it is unique because its slightly different chemical structure allows it to be much better absorbed in the intestine so it can have a stronger effect on the body.
Benfotiamine can be obtained naturally in onion, garlic, leeks and other members of allium family of vegetables and you may think eating roasted garlic and onions would be a good way to get benfotiamine but they only contain trace amounts of the nutrient. Supplementation is the only way to get high enough doses to have therapeutic effects for diabetics.
Uses of Benfotiamine
Low thiamine (Vitamin B-1) creates many health issues, including nerve and heart disorders. In order to increase the absorption of thiamine, you can use Benfotiamine.
Benfotiamine is found effective in reducing the damage excess sugar does to body cells of diabetics. Better vision and better kidney functioning have also being reported. Benfotiamine also helped in Sciatica/back pain, Fatigue and Fibromyalgia.
Benfotiamine additionally may also slow down the aging process, increase exercise performance and boost up your mind.
Health Benefits of Benfotiamine
Benfotiamine may help with many health conditions. There are various evidences regarding this. Let’s look at some of the key findings:
Benfotiamine has a protective effect against advanced glycation end products (AGEs) which is the process by which high blood sugar levels damage nerves and small blood vessels . As per a small study published in Diabetes Care in 2006, benfotiamine may be beneficial for diabetic patients. Study results showed that benfotiamine appeared to protect against oxidative stress induced by intake of AGEs and they suggest that benfotiamine might play an important role in atherosclerosis preventive therapy in patients with diabetes.
Taking benfotiamine may be useful in the treatment of nerve damages that occurs due to diabetes-related elevation in blood sugar levels.
Benfotiamine is useful for many people suffering from neuropathy. Some folks, who could barely walk or sleep properly at night, have reported remarkable improvement by taking benfotiamine.
According to the International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, in 2005, research found that treating people with benfotiamine for three weeks, significantly reduced pain in a group of people with diabetic neuropathy.
3) Alzheimer’s Disease
Advanced studies are currently underway today to study the beneficial effects of Benfotiamine on Alzheimer’s disease. Reduction of glucose metabolism in the brain is one of the main features of Alzheimer’s disease. According to a study published in Brain, 2010, benfotiamine fights back the buildup of amyloid plaque (a phenomenon closely linked to the development of Alzheimer’s disease) and benfotiamine appears to improve cognitive functions in the animal Alzheimer’s disease model.
Limitations of Benfotiamine
Although Benfotiamine appears to be without side effects, there is some uncertainty about the extended time period for which benfotiamine could be taken without having any safety risks (upset stomach and decreased blood pressure).
The most effective and safest dosage of benfotiamine is still unknown. It’s better to consult your doctor or you can consult Dr. Jack Butz online available at Benfotiamine Inc. You can call him at +1 888-493-8014
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FDA DISCLAIMER: Because benfotiamine is a dietary supplement the FDA only requires manufacturers and distributors to have credible evidence as to its safety. The FDA itself has not evaluated benfotiamine for safety or effectiveness. Benfotiamine therefore cannot be represented to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. For more information on this and related topics, please follow this link to FAQ’s on benfotiamine.org
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