A deficiency in thiamine resulting from chronic alcohol consumption is one of the factors underlying alcohol–induced brain damage.
Vitamin B1, also commonly called thiamin, is a member of the B-vitamin family and most famous for its role in the nutritional deficiency disease beriberi. Beriberi, a word derived from the Sinhalese word beri meaning "weakness," is a disease that was widespread (particularly in parts of Asia) during the late 19th and early 20th century.
Thiamine is synthesized in bacteria, fungi, and plants. Animals must obtain it from their diet, and, thus, for them it is a vitamin.
Some cookies dough can be so sticky that your hands become a mess in no time.Here's a way to get equal-sized balls of dough without soiling your hands:Use a small ice cream scoop to measure out the dough.Dip the scoop into cold water between scooping to ensure that the dough releases easily every time.
Instead of buying foods that come in extensive packaging (most of which is petroleum-based plastics) look for unpackaged or minimally packaged foods, experiment with bringing your own containers and buying in bulk, or pick brands that use bio-based plastic packing. And of course try and recycle or reuse any packaging you end up with.
find iced tea more refreshing than an ice-cream soda.
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