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Benfotiamine is an advanced, fat-soluble form of vitamin B1. Highly absorbable, it is both bioactive and therapeutic.** It is known to help balance blood sugar already within normal range as well as:**

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What is Benfotiamine?

A synthetic derivative of the essential B-complex vitamin thiamine (also known as vitamin B1), benfotiamine was originally developed to promote nervous system health in those with neuropathy related to blood sugar problems. Today, it is increasingly studied for its bioavailability advantages over traditional B1.**

While B1 is water-soluble, benfotiamine is fat-soluble—enabling it to bring sustained nutritional activity to all parts of the body’s cells. Since benfotiamine raises blood levels of thiamine better than equivalent doses of thiamine itself, it may hold greater therapeutic value as a nutritional supplement. It supplies all of B1’s wellness benefits in a form that is easier for the body to absorb and utilize. These B1 benefits include support for clear vision, nerve health and comfort, muscle health, cardiovascular wellness, energy metabolism, skin health and more.**

Benfotiamine possesses health-enhancing antioxidant and inflammation-modulating properties. In addition, it serves as a precursor for certain enzymes that appear to lessen the impact of advanced glycation end products (AGEs) on the human body. AGEs are blood sugar byproducts that accumulate in the body’s tissues over time. This build-up of AGEs is accelerated in those with unstable blood sugar, and has been linked with blood sugar complications, cardiovascular issues, circulatory problems and many other age-related wellness concerns. By influencing AGE levels within the body, benfotiamine may help to maintain blood sugar levels that are already within normal range—thereby unlocking additional benefits for eye health, nervous system health, kidney health, and endothelial (blood vessel lining) health.**

One of the most promising potential benefits of benfotiamine supplementation may be its use as a more efficient method of delivering vitamin B1 to the body. Some research has shown that the amount of thiamine eliminated as waste is anywhere from 14 to 25 times as much when taking benfotiamine in lieu of vitamin B1. This suggests that the human body absorbs benfotiamine much more easily. The same research study found that it is better-tolerated than vitamin B1 and can be taken in much larger doses without adverse effects. For those seeking to significantly increase thiamine intake for therapeutic purposes, benfotiamine may be a preferred choice over traditional vitamin B1 supplements.**

Benfotiamine Supplements

Benfotiamine supplements have become a popular alternative to natural B1 supplements. Benfotiamine is most often found in capsule or tablet form, either by itself or combined with natural thiamine and other B-complex vitamins.**

Benfotiamine Directions for Use

Before you begin to take any nutritional supplement, be sure to consult with your primary healthcare professional. Benfotiamine dosage is typically in the range of 100 mg to 200 mg per serving.**