“Slight Edge Performance” Sport Nutrition Tip(Thiamin,B1)

Urgent! “Slight Edge Performance” Sport Nutrition Tip of the Day! Do you really know how your body produces Energy? THIAMIN also know as Vitamin B1 is a water soluble vitamin. We need Thiamin( Vitamin B1) so that our body can use carbohydrates as Energy. Thiamin(B1) also plays a key role in Nerve, Muscle and Heart Function. Thiamin is necessary to convert Carbohydrates from food into Energy. This is especially important for Athletes and High Performers who have a Higher Energy requirement than non- active people. Thiamin(B1) activates enzymes from glucose. Thiamin promotes healthy nerves and can improve heart health. Other incredible Benefits of this important Nutrient are Energy Production, Efficient energy metabolism, Healthy Growth and Development, Healthy Nervous System, Healthy Cardiovascular system, Healthy Muscle Function and Weight loss. We often don’t consume enough of this protective Nutrient through diet alone which is why it’s important to take supplements such as NUTRILITE DOUBLE X Multivitamin/Multimineral/ Phytonutrients to FILL in the gaps!
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-Domonique Hargrove B.A., M.S. Founder of Slight Edge Performance Program

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