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Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)

Vitamin B1 (thiamin) is one of the eight known B Vitamins. When consumed in a regular diet -  preferably raw, it helps keep your heart and nervous system working properly. Without it you would suffer from diseases of the nervous system, weakness and pain in your arms and legs, heart failure, amnesia, and more.
Raw green peas, tomatoes, brussel sprouts, asparagus, lima beans and tuna are the ideal source for B1, although it is found in pork and oysters, cooking them at high temperatures destroys the thiamin.

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  1. For best results, fresh, organic foods are recommended. Foods are most nutritious in their raw form, unless heating is required. 

  2. Food sources are recommended over supplements, but in the event you must use supplements, be sure to purchase them from a reputable source. In the U.S., supplements are not regulated by the FDA.

  3. "Everything in moderation" is a good rule of thumb. Don't shock your system by eating dozens of apples (or anything) in one day. A balanced, yet varied diet is the goal. 

  4. As with medicine, there are no guarantees. Preventative steps can help prevent illness and possibly prolong lives, but there are many contributing factors and variables which can sometimes produce unexpected results.  

  5. Do research and consult your physician before making any serious changes to your diet. Discuss any allergies or concerns you may have.

  6. The information presented here is based on my research and years of note-taking. What started as a short list of cures for friends and family has grown into a full and very complex database, yet is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the benefits of eating healthy foods. This list is a work in progress and by no means complete. My goal is to help people suffering from various ailments, with a secondary goal of spreading the news about the miraculous healing power of foods. Use this information as a launchpad into your new healthy life. 


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