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This simple vitamin fights fatigue in just 3 weeks

Vitamin B1 is one of the most important nutrients for energy production.

One of the earliest isolated vitamins, B1 deficiency has been known to cause fatigue for many decades.

Fatigue is one of the common complications of inflammatory bowel diseases – Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

Researchers wondered if vitamin B1 insufficiency played a role in these diseases.

B1 supplementation improved energy levels in everyone who took part in the study.

This kind of thing has been seen in other energy disorders…

And it seems that problems with vitamin B1 transport rather than intake may be at play.

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The human research was carried out at the Department of Neurological Rehabilitation, Villa Immacolata, Viterbo, Italy. The findings were published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.

A number of human studies have shown that some people with low energy have adequate levels of vitamin B1 in their blood

But still suffer from a functional B1 deficiency.

This means that they have adequate B1 in circulation but it’s not getting into the cells where it’s needed. 

This study set out to see whether this was the case in people with bowel diseases and fatigue.

“We wished to demonstrate that fatigue is manifested by intracellular mild thiamine deficiency and that this dysfunction is curable with high doses of thiamine administered orally or parenterally.”

For their experiments, the researchers recruited 12 patients who had either Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.

The participants completed questionnaires which assessed the degree of fatigue.

“Fatigue was measured using the chronic fatigue syndrome scale questionnaire.”

The researchers also tested B1 blood levels – which were normal.

“The levels of thiamine and thiamine pyrophosphate in the blood were normal.”

Then all of the participants started on high dose vitamin B1 therapy.

“All patients were assigned to receive high doses of thiamine orally.”

The participants took between 600 mg and 1500 mg of thiamine per day.

These doses are similar to those used in other studies for chronic fatigue syndrome.

These are massive doses – approximately 1000 times greater in the recommended daily allowance.

“Depending upon the body weight of each patient, dosage ranged from 600 mg/day to 1,500 mg/day.”

The researchers then retested all the participants after 20 days taking high dose vitamin B1.

Most of the participants reported complete disappearance of fatigue in just 3 weeks.

“10/12 patients showed complete regression of fatigue.

The remaining 2 participants also showed massive improvement in fatigue.

Their energy levels were almost normal according to the chronic fatigue syndrome scale questionnaire.

“The remaining 2 patients showed nearly complete regression of fatigue compared to the chronic fatigue syndrome scale scores before therapy.”

Vitamin B1 reverses fatigue in people with inflammatory bowel disease…

Even though none of these people had a blood vitamin B1 deficiency.

“The absence of blood vitamin B1 deficiency and the efficacy of thiamine in our patient suggests that fatigue is the manifestation of a thiamine deficiency likely due to a dysfunction of the active transport of thiamine inside the cells.

Thiamine is in the body – but it’s not being transported into the cell sufficiently.

This and other experiments seem to imply that simply taking very large doses of vitamin B1 can push adequate levels into the cell – reducing fatigue.

“Large quantities of thiamine increases vitamin B1 in the blood increasing passive transport which restores normal glucose metabolism and leads to a complete regression of fatigue.”

High doses of vitamin B1 can be very effective at mitigating fatigue – even when blood levels of B1 are normal.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Thiamine and fatigue in inflammatory bowel diseases: an open- label pilot study