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Updated 15 January 2015

How much vitamin B1 do you need?

The current recommended dietary allowance/adequate intake (RDA/AI) is 1.2mg for adult males and 1.1mg per day for adult females.

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The current recommended dietary allowance/adequate intake (RDA/AI) is 1.2mg for adult males and 1.1mg per day for adult females.

Breastfeeding women need 1.5mg of vitamin B1 per day.

Click here to view a complete list of RDA/AI values.

 
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