TTFD

I refer you to my post on 2/28/2020

After reading this post by Gcf51 in a chat group… HealthUnlocked I am changing the amount of Thiamine HCL I take each day from 4/day to 1/day AND I am going to increase the amount of Allithiamine I take daily. I have done this for the past two days and I am feeling really good. I’ll keep you updated.

He said: “I have negative feelings about mega dosing Thiamin HCL (B1), {Just to hope that some of the Thiamin gets in your brain cells (100mg is 6,667% of the RDA, It is suggested that we are suppose to take 200 times that and, the 200mg I take makes no difference)}. According to RDA 25mg of B1 is more than 2000% of what you need to function.”

“Thiamine {tetrahydrofurfury disulfide (TTFD/ allithiamine), on the other hand has been shown to increase B1 in brain cells and I felt the difference in one 50mg dose. The TFD component which is shed when entering your cells does require methylation, but I take way more than 50mg of methyl donors. So, I ask: How is the HCL component you take disposed of? I am not a doctor: It’s probably just, a little additional stomach acid.”

“TTFD is a form of thiamine that is water-soluble, and much more difficult to find in vitamin shops. Brand names include Lipothiamine, Allithiamane, Adventan, Alinamin-F, Benlipoid, Bevitol Lipophil, Judolor. TTFD comes in 50 mg capsules. And the primary side effect is you smell like garlic after taking it. (Well I haven’t smelled my breath) nootropicsexpert.com/vitami…

“And, Thiamine tetrahydrofurfuryl disulfide (TTFD) is the synthetic counterpart of allithiamine, occurring naturally in garlic. Allithiamine was discovered in Japan in 1951… its metabolic effect was (is) much more powerful than the thiamine (assume they mean HCL and wonder how much more powerful). pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/153….”

“excellent Video on TTFD  healthunlocked.com/cure-par… ‘ ***If it increases dopamine in brain is it a cure????”

“You may ask, what difference: It’s nice to be able to brush my teeth without my hand doing something crazy. And yes, I am still taking the 200 mg of Thiamin HCL.”

“at some of the Thiamin gets in your brain cells (100mg is 6,667% of the RDA, It is suggested that we are suppose to take 200 times that and, the 200mg I take makes no difference)}. According to RDA 25mg of B1 is more than 2000% of what you need to function.”

“Thiamine {tetrahydrofurfury disulfide (TTFD/ allithiamine), on the other hand has been shown to increase B1 in brain cells and I felt the difference in one 50mg dose. The TFD component which is shed when entering your cells does require methylation, but I take way more than 50mg of methyl donors. So, I ask: How is the HCL component you take disposed of? I am not a doctor: It’s probably just, a little additional stomach acid.”

:TTFD is a form of thiamine that is water-soluble, and much more difficult to find in vitamin shops. Brand names include Lipothiamine, Allithiamane, Adventan, Alinamin-F, Benlipoid, Bevitol Lipophil, Judolor. TTFD comes in 50 mg capsules. And the primary side effect is you smell like garlic after taking it. (Well I haven’t smelled my breath) nootropicsexpert.com/vitami…

“And, Thiamine tetrahydrofurfuryl disulfide (TTFD) is the synthetic counterpart of allithiamine, occurring naturally in garlic. Allithiamine was discovered in Japan in 1951… its metabolic effect was (is) much more powerful than the thiamine (assume they mean HCL and wonder how much more powerful). pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/153….”


“excellent Video on TTFD (doesn’t work as I expected – I had to page cked.com/cure-par… ***If it increases dopamine in brain is it a cure????”

“You may ask, what difference: It’s nice to be able to brush my teeth without my hand doing something crazy. And yes, I am still taking the 200 mg of Thiamin HCL.”

Author: suerosier

In May of 2018, I was diagnosed with Parkinson's. After researching, I believe the symptoms began to manifest themselves years prior to last year. The purpose for my blog is to share what I have learned (with an index) to save others time as they seek for answers about, symptoms, therapies [and alternative things to try], tools I use, Parkinsonisms, recipes, strategies, clinical studies, words of encouragement or just enjoy the photos or humor.

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