Benfotiamine is a fat-soluble vitamin that is related to water-soluble thiamine (B1). It is believed that Benfotiamine can be more readily absorbed and utilized by its fat solubility.
Benfotiamine has very good safety statistics. So far, there have been no reports of any side effects or known adverse drug interactions with other medicines, but should be avoided during pregnancy.
Benfotiamine is naturally present in garlic, onion, leek and other members of the allium family of vegetables (onion plants).
|Capsule: || Pullulan |
|Dosages: || 60 capsules |
|Form: || Capsule |
|Package: || 60 capsules |
|Recommended daily dosage: || 1 capsule |
|Vegan: || Yes |
|Storage: || In room temperature out of reach from small children, not in direct sunlight. |
|Information: || Supplements should not be used as an alternative to a varied diet. Recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. It’s important with a varied, balanced diet and healthy life style. |
Bulking agent (alfalfa [Medicago sativa
]), benfotiamine, vegetable capsule (pullulan).