Suggested Use: 1 capsule daily with food or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. For Peripheral Neuropathy support: Take 2 capsules daily with food.

Note:  Sanjevani Benfotiamine is recommended by Sunil Pai, MD in his chapter on Peripheral Neuropathy in the Elsevier's medical textbook David Rakel's: Integrative Medicine 4th Edition.  Recommended to use along with Sanjevani Acetyl L-CarnitineSanjevani Alpha Lipoic Acid SR and Sanjevani Bosmeric-SR as part of an evidence based protocol for optimum Peripheral Neuropathy support.

Sanjevani Benfotiamine is a dietary supplement contains a high potency amount of benfotiamine, a fat-soluble form of thiamine (vitamin B1) that is highly absorbable.

Sanjevani Benfotiamine can be used whenever a need for supplemental thiamine exists.  It helps in patients with peripheral neuropathy from diabetes or chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy. In addition, it may be particularly useful for pre- and post-bariatric surgery patients and individuals with malabsorption syndromes. Clinical studies show that benfotiamine may be especially beneficial for patients with diabetes mellitus, chronic renal insufficiency, and chronic alcoholism to support neurological function and antioxidant activity.

Sanjevani Benfotiamine this product provides benfotiamine, a naturally-occurring, fat-soluble form of thiamine that has up to 3.6 times higher absorption than water-soluble forms of thiamine that are more commonly used in dietary supplements.

Thiamine is an essential B-vitamin that plays a key role in many functions throughout the body. It is crucial for proper nerve conduction, muscle function, and synthesis of genetic material. It also helps convert carbohydrates into energy and supports antioxidant protection. Major food sources of thiamine include legumes, whole or enriched grain products, and sunflower seeds.

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