Thiamine, vitamin B1, plays an important role in the production of energy from food. Thiamine pyrophosphate (TPP), an active form of thiamine, is found in the membranes of nerve cells and plays important roles in the communication of nerve impulses and acetylcholine synthesis.
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Always be sure to speak with your healthcare provider before starting any new nutritional supplement when pregnant or nursing. For children, we recommend speaking with your child's pediatrician regarding proper dosing. Store away from children.