VisualDude Posted January 19, 2016 Report Share Posted January 19, 2016 [Edit 2016.03.24:] Poll added http://hppdonline.com/index.php?/topic/5124-thiamine-cocarboxylase-the-poll/ Over the years have taken various B complex supplements. But recently tried Thiamine Cocarboxylase (one of several forms of B1) with notable benefit for fatigue. Then ran across this article: The Beneficial Role of Thiamine in Parkinson’s Disease http://www.neurores.org/index.php/neurores/article/viewFile/155/155 Am clueless as to why this form seemed more helpful ... and will experiment Aside from HPPD or PD, Thiamine has long been understood to be vital for neurological health. And its deficiency is detrimental, such as seen in alcoholics. But this leads to the question: Has anyone else noticed help from Thiamine (in general) or Thiamine Cocarboxylase? Please share your experiences and thoughts. Edit: The source of thiamine cocarboxylase that I am trying is this particular product: Bio-3B-G. http://www.bioticsresearch.com/sites/default/files/productlabels/1137-web.pdf Have tried 100mg of Thiamine mononitrate (very common version sold) but didn't notice it. However just 3mg of Thiamine Cocarboxylase is helpful. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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