The results of a study suggest that vitamin B1 doses can prove helpful to reverse kidney disease in diabetics.
The Warwick University researchers noticed vitamin B1 (thiamine) effects on 40 patients from Pakistan. Vitamin B1 is sufficiently found in the grain, yeast and meat.
According to the reports from the journal Diabetologia, the vitamin seems to help in stopping key protein loss in the urine.
These findings have been built on the Warwick University researchers’ early work that showed many patients with diabetes were deficient in thiamine.