B1 Vitamin divider

Vitamin B1 or thiamine is an essential water-soluble vitamin, of which our body can only store very limited amounts, so it is worth consuming it on a daily basis. Vitamin B1 is an extremely important player in our metabolism; in the absence of it, the body is unable to produce enough energy from the food we eat, which can initially lead to fatigue and, over time, to many other problems aswell.

Plant sources

Linseed 1,6 mg / 100 g
Walnut 0.3 mg / 100 g
Brown rice 0.2 mg / 100 g
Beans 0.2 mg / 100 g
Yellow pea 0.2 mg / 100 g
Lens 0.2 mg / 100 g
Chestnut 0.2 mg / 100 g
Peanut 0.2 mg / 100 g
Cashew 0.2 mg / 100 g
Almond 0.2 mg / 100 g
Hazelnut 0.6 mg / 100 g
Macadam 1,2 mg / 100 g
Chia seed 0.6 mg / 100 g
Pecan 0.7 mg / 100 g
Pistachio 0.9 mg / 100 g
Sesame 0.8 mg / 100 g
Sunflower seeds (dried) 1.5 mg / 100 g
Corn 0.2 mg / 100 g
Garlic 0.2 mg / 100 g
Asparagus 0.2 mg / 100 g
Green pea 0.3 mg / 100 g
White rice 0.2 mg / 100 g

Animal sources

Yolk 0,2 mg / 100 g
Minced pork 0.7 mg / 100 g
Pepperoni 0.3 mg / 100 g
Roasted duck 0.3 mg / 100 g
Deer - kidney 0.3 mg / 100 g
Sheep liver 0.4 mg / 100 g
Pork slice 0.5 mg / 100 g
Pork rib 0.5 mg / 100 g
Bacon 0.6 mg / 100 g
Pickled ham 0.8 mg / 100 g
Feta cheese 0,2 mg / 100 g
Salami 0.9 mg / 100 g
Pork 1 mg / 100 g
Mussel 0,2 mg / 100 g
Catfish 0,2 mg / 100 g
Trout 0,2 mg / 100 g
Mackerel 0,2 mg / 100 g
Salmon 0.3 mg / 100 g
Tuna 0.3 mg / 100 g
Beef 0,2 mg / 100 g

Vitamin B1 is one of the main players in our metabolism, in the absence of B1 our energy level decreases, and this can lead to diseases over time. Its replacement is especially important in for people with digestive problems.