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096073 all in one computer is what my question is about. (What is the standard warranty)?
Instead of relying on anonymous people on a shopping channel message board — or a company marketing products — check with your physician regarding the issue.
I take the once daily multivitamijn supplement. Because I suffer from vitamin deficiencies with some nutrients (my kidneys hyperfilter some substances), my nephrologist has me taking a daily supplement. I printed out the nutritional information and showed it to her for approval before ordering.
I too try to eat a healthy diet. That is why I plant a garden and put up the produce. I take a multivitamin daily and that’s just to be a little"insurance" .
It is one of the reasons why I shy away from vitamins and supplements. If the average person eats a healthy diet (preferably with a lot of whole foods) then vitamins and supplements are not needed unless they are suggested by your physician. I believe that unnecessary vitamins and supplements can be harmful. I try to eat healthy as a catch-all, I take a multi-vitamin … one pill, twice a week.
I found this on WebMD. There was not an overdose warning.
Vitamin B1 (thiamine)
The following doses have been studied in scientific research:
For adults with somewhat low levels of thiamine in their body (mild thiamine deficiency): the usual dose of thiamine is 5-30 mg daily in either a single dose or divided doses for one month. The typical dose for severe deficiency can be up to 300 mg per day.
For reducing the risk of getting cataracts: a daily dietary intake of approximately 10 mg of thiamine.
As a dietary supplement in adults, 1-2 mg of thiamine per day is commonly used.
The daily recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) of thiamine are: Infants 0-6 months, 0.2 mg; infants 7-12 months, 0.3 mg; children 1-3 years, 0.5 mg; children 4-8 years, 0.6 mg; boys 9-13 years, 0.9 mg; men 14 years and older, 1.2 mg; girls 9-13 years, 0.9 mg; women 14-18 years, 1 mg; women over 18 years, 1.1 mg; pregnant women, 1.4 mg; and breast-feeding women, 1.5 mg.
I looked at my bottle of Healthy Hair, Skin & Nails…it does say 5mg = 333% serving size for 2 capsules. I also looked at my One A Day Women’s Multivitamin/Multimineral Supplement which says Vitamin B1…4.5mg = 300% serving size 1 tablet. I take both daily…and I cannot answer your question.
The Healthy Hair, Skin & Nails bottle says "For answers to questions about the use of this product call 800-808-7311."
The answer might have something to do with the amount of the dosage that the body actually absorbs, but Andrew Lessman’s people will know or will find out.
Remember when the used to put thiamine in bread? that is B1 but they dont anymore. I dont think they add anything healthy in boughted bread.
B vitamins are water soluble. What your body doesn’t need you will excrete.
A dosage of 1.5 mg isn’t over the recommended maximum. Look it up at a reputable source. I never take as fact anything that they say or someone says.
Where did the 1.5 mg recommendation come from?
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