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Vitamin B1 Thiamine

Vitamin B1 Thiamine and Exercise

Stacy N

on 31 January 2013

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What's so great about it? It helps the body convert food (carbohydrates) into fuel (glucose).
Carbohydrates into glucose = energy What is Vitamin B1 Thiamine? Vitamin B1 Thiamine (B Complex) is also known thiamine or thiamin, it is one of 8 B vitamins. Vitamin B1 Thiamine
Exercise Researched by Stacy Nokham
From Healthcare Class AM
Mrs. Fisher Do we need it? A deficiency will result in beriberi (A disease causing inflammation of the nerves and heart failure), and minor deficiencies may include extreme fatigue, irritability, constipation, edema, an enlarged liver, Forgetfulness, gastrointestinal disturbances, heart changes, labored breathing and loss of appetite may also be experienced.

With too little thiamin around a person may also experience nervousness, numbness of the hands and feet, pain and sensitivity, poor coordination, tingling sensations, weak and sore muscles, general weakness and severe weight loss.

Thiamin overdoes is uncommon; however, it has been known to cause toxicity. So, how can I get Vitamin B1 Thiamine? You can find Vitamin B1 Thiamine in food such as Enriched bread, cereals, lean pork, potatoes, legumes, fish, milk.

Vitamin B1 is also found in your heart, liver, and kidney. The Result It's important to have enough Vitamin B1 Thiamine, it's so essential to help our body function.

Without Vitamin B1 Thiamine, our nervous system wouldn't function properly, we'll have heart problems, and we might not even appreciate food as much because we won't even have the apatite to eat. Let's Exercise We know it's very important to get all of our nutrients, however we got to make sure we stay active in order to make sure we stay healthy as well. Therefore, we exercise, and a great (also fun) way to exercise is playing some Soccer.

Soccer is not only a fun sport to get competitive in, but it is also a good way to stay healthy. It's a fun and exciting sport that requires you to be active and straighten your muscles. What's the benefit? * Increases aerobic capacity and cardiovascular health
* Lowers body fat and improves muscle tone

* Builds strength, flexibility and endurance

* Increases muscle and bone strength

*Improved health due to shifts between walking, running and sprinting. ** It is a water-soluble vitamin; water-soluble means it can dissolve in water. It help the body metabolize fats and proteins.
This promotes a normal appetite and digestion.

It is also needed for healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver. Vitamin B1 Thiamine is also essential for helping the nervous system and brain to function properly. It's good for you! Soccer is a great physical activity that can help condition the body.

The activities help improve flexibility, build muscular strength and increase endurance.
The continuous activities involve using the large muscles in your arms or legs. Which makes soccer to be consider as an endurance or aerobic exercise. They help the heart by making it work more efficiently during exercise and at rest.

So not only getting enough nutrients is important but so is maintaining good health by getting plenty of exercise.
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