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Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Whole Blood

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A B-complex vitamin is a thiamine, sometimes referred to as Vitamin B1. Some foods naturally contain thiamine, while others have it added, and it can also be purchased as a nutritional supplement. One of the elements that our current food production method is most likely to destroy is vitamin B1.

Every stage of the process, from storage to refining and cooking, results in a significant loss of the food's vitamin B1 level. Early carbohydrate breakdown, which is less efficient, and the Krebs cycle, which is extremely energy-rich, are separated by vitamin B1.

Preparation for the Vitamin B1 and Thiamine Test

For thiamine, no extra preparation is required. Before taking thiamine, let your doctor know if you are currently taking any medications, have any underlying medical issues, or have any allergies. Rash, dermatitis, an inflamed tongue, numbness, fatigue, and insomnia are all thiamine symptoms.

Thiamine, vitamin B1 Test uses

  • Low test results may suggest a B vitamin shortage but do not reveal the cause, such as a lack of accessible B vitamins or an inability to absorb or utilize those that are there.
  • Vitamin toxicity may be linked to high vitamin B levels. When it happens, it typically results from exposure to large levels of the vitamin.
  • When it comes to Metabolic Disorders, Brain Disorders, Cataracts, Kidney Disease, and Painful Menstruation, Vitamin B1 is typically beneficial. Thiamine is taken by people to treat low blood.

Test for Vitamin B1 and Thiamine Procedure

  • A vein in the arm is pricked to obtain a blood sample. Take 3 mL (2 mL min.) of whole blood or plasma from 1 lavender top (EDTA) tube.
  • Alternatively, you may prefer 2 mL (1 mL min.) of serum from a Red Top tube.
  • Whole blood should be transferred into a plastic transport vial and frozen right away.
  • Separate the plasma/serum within four hours of collection, then freeze and send it frozen.

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