LowB1 and Alcohol Abuse

Excessive and chronic alcohol consumption has been shown to have a toxic effect on the intestines, impairing the absorption of Vitamin B1.  As such, many people who have abused alcohol develop LowB1.  This can cause numbness, tingling, burning, and/or shooting pains in their feet and legs.  It can also cause impaired functioning of the brain.  The use of a high-potency bioactive form […]

How Can I Tell if I Have LowB1?

There are two ways to find out if LowB1 is causing the numbness, tingling, burning, and pains in your feet and legs.  You can have your doctor test your plasma levels of Vitamin B1 or you can take a safe and proven high-potency bioactive form of Vitamin B1.  If LowB1 is responsible for your symptoms, you should feel an improvement within 30 days.*