Cyto® B1 FAQs – Solace Nutrition
How much Cyto® B1 powder should I take each day?
Daily intake should be determined by your healthcare professional specializing in mitochondrial or metabolic disorders. This product, like other Solace Nutrition Medical Foods, is not meant for use by the general population. Healthcare professionals can recommend dosages based on age, body weight, and the metabolic condition of the patient.
What ingredient is used in Cyto® B1?
Cyto® B1 contains 33% concentrated Thiamine powder along with mono- and diglycerides. Thiamine is also known as Vitamin B1.
How much Cyto® B1 powder is in one bottle?
Each bottle contains 100 grams of powder with 33.3 grams of thiamine, vitamin B1.
Does Cyto® B1 contain allergens?
This product is allergen tested at No Detectable Limit (NDL) for egg, dairy, fish, crustacean, corn, gluten, tree nuts, and peanut. It’s also GMO-free.
How should I consume Cyto® B1?
Cyto® B1 can be consumed directly by mouth or added to beverages, sprinkled on top of food, or mixed into foods. This soluble powder can also be added to tube feeding formulas.
Can Cyto® B1 be tube fed?
Yes, Cyto® B1 is a soluble powder. It will readily suspend in formulas when adequately mixed.
How should Cyto® B1 be stored?
Unopened bottles of this vitamin B1 supplement should be kept in a cool, dry place. Reseal opened bottles, store in a cool location, and use within three months.
Is Cyto® B1 nutritionally complete?
No, this medical food contains only thiamine and some fat. It is not a source of balanced macronutrients or other vitamins and minerals. Cyto® B1 should not be used as a sole source of nutrition.
Does Cyto® B1 contain calories?
Yes, this product contains fat and by extension, calories. Each gram of powder contains 1.8 kcal from 0.2 g of fat.
Does Cyto® B1 contain other additives?
No, our vitamin B1 powder is free from additives, preservatives, and flavorings. It is also GMO-free.