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La tiamina es una vitamina hidrosoluble del complejo B, tambien conocida como vitamina B 1 o aneurina 1. El beriberi, la enfermedad causada por una deficiencia severa de tiamina, fue descrita en la literatura china ya en el A. Los infantes amamantados por madres con deficiencia de tiamina son propensos a desarrollar beriberi infantil. Ciertas plantas contienen FAT, los que reaccionan con la tiamina formando un producto oxidado inactivo. Por otra parte, varios investigadores han encontrado evidencia de actividad disminuida de las enzimas dependientes de TPP, a-cetoglutarato deshidrogenasa y transcetolasa, en los cerebros de pacientes que murieron de EA Deficiencia del complejo piruvato deshidrogenasa de tiamina sensible.

Un estudio retrospectivo de 18 individuos afectados de la misma familia o de la misma tribu en Arabia Saudita fue conducido reciente. El tratamiento precoz y tratamiento inmediato con biotina y tiamina conducen a resultados positivos En los EE.

Los cereales de grano entero, las legumbres por ejemplo, porotos y lentejas , los frutos secos, el cerdo magro, y la levadura son fuentes ricas en tiamina 1. La siguiente tabla muestra una serie de alimentos ricos en tiamina junto a su contenido en miligramos mg.

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La tiamina es una vitamina hidrosoluble del complejo B, tambien conocida como vitamina B 1 o aneurina 1. El beriberi, la enfermedad causada por una deficiencia severa de tiamina, fue descrita en la literatura china ya en el A. Los infantes amamantados por madres con deficiencia de tiamina son propensos a desarrollar beriberi infantil. Ciertas plantas contienen FAT, los que reaccionan con la tiamina formando un producto oxidado inactivo.

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