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The pumpkin tasted fine but doesn't go very good with mac and cheese, it
sure is a super veggie tho. It's a very good thing I take 125 mg of
thiamine twice a day.


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The pumpkin tasted fine but doesn't go very good with mac and cheese, it
sure is a super veggie tho. It's a very good thing I take 125 mg of
thiamine twice a day.


What does thiamine do for ya?


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Old 26-12-2012, 10:44 PM posted to alt.food.diabetic
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It prevents diabetic retinopathy, diabetic kidney disease, diabetic
related heart attacks and diabetes related amputations.

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It prevents diabetic retinopathy, diabetic kidney disease, diabetic
related heart attacks and diabetes related amputations.


I doubt that.


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http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/vit...CTION=evidence

1 of many such pages. Julie I think you take even more supplements that
I do, surely you can work in some thiamine.



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My diabetic doctor tried taking thiamine but it gave her diarrhea so she
quit taking it. I told her to try benfotiamine instead. I'm sure she
didn't take my word on thiamine, I'm sure she checked it out online.

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http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/vit...CTION=evidence

1 of many such pages. Julie I think you take even more supplements that
I do, surely you can work in some thiamine.


I do take it.


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http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/vit...CTION=evidence

1 of many such pages. Julie I think you take even more supplements that
I do, surely you can work in some thiamine.


Your link doesn't say that it prevents any of those things. Just says that
it may.


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As long as you're taking 200 mg a day you should be in fine shape.

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There's no proof any diabetes drugs prevent any of the conditions I
mentioned. Even people with super good control still often get them.



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There's no proof any diabetes drugs prevent any of the conditions I
mentioned. Even people with super good control still often get them.


But you stated it as though it was fact.




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