Shocking Truth: Overcoming Vitamin B1 Deficiency After Antibiotics


vitamin B1 deficiency after antibiotics

vitamin B1

Why do antibiotics cause vitamin B1 deficiency?

Well, you get a portion of vitamin B1 from your diet, but you also get a large amount from your gut microbes. Antibiotics kill off health gut microbes, which means you have fewer to create vitamin B1.

So let’s talk about b1 deficiency after antibiotics .

Now there’s quite a few different antibiotics that can create a B1 deficiency .

Cipro , I listed a bunch of other ones .

The penicillins , the sulfa antibiotics , and there’s quite a few others .

In fact , there’s over 60 generic versions also in this list .

Why can antibiotics cause a vitamin B1 deficiency?


what you have to realize is vitamin B1 comes from your diet , but it also comes from your microbes .

And as you kill them off with taking an antibiotic , you can end up with a b one deficiency and other deficiencies as well .

Several antibiotics are capable of creating a vitamin B1 deficiency. These include:

  • • Cipro
  • • Factive
  • • Levaquin
  • • Avelox
  • • Floxin
  • • Baxdela
  • • And 60 other generic versions

Here are some of the symptoms .ADD

Symptoms of a vitamin B1 deficiency

Symptoms of a vitamin B1 deficiency

anxiety , agitation , nervousness , lack of memory , in some cases , severe hypoglycemia even to the point where you can actually go into a coma .

Tendonitis , and check this out , tendon rupture .

Now , why in the heck would someone get a tendon rupture after taking an antibiotic ?

And what’s the relationship to vitamin B 1 ?

Well , vitamin b 1 doesn’t just deal with carbohydrate metabolism .

It deals with amino acid metabolism as well .

And if you’re deficient in B1 , you’re not gonna be able to transport certain branch amino acids to make your collagen .

So it can set you up with all sorts of weaknesses within the collagen formation .

There’s also an enhanced warning , disabling and potentially permanent side effects involving tendons , muscles , joints , and nerves .

And this is displayed on the paperwork when they give you this antibiotic .

Also , it can create irreversible peripheral neuropathy .

Symptoms of a B1 deficiency may include:

  • • ADD
  • • Anxiety
  • • Agitation
  • • Nervousness
  • • Lack of memory
  • • Hypoglycemic coma
  • • Tendinitis
  • • Tendon rupture
  • • Risk of C. Diff
  • • Irreversible peripheral neuropathy

Vitamin B1 deals with amino acid metabolism. If you can’t transport amino acids, like collagen, you can have issues with your tendons, muscles, joints, and nerves.

If you’re in a situation where you have to take antibiotics, it’s a good idea to take probiotics and nutritional yeast to support healthy B vitamin levels.

Key takeaways

So if you’re in a situation where you have to take an antibiotic , I would highly recommend you not only take a probiotic at the same time , but also take your B vitamins in the form of nutritional yeast .

nutritional yeast .

So this article is just about increasing your awareness on another reason why you might end up with a b1

deficiency .

some sources:

Dr. Berg

I am a health educator specializing in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods such as the keto diet plan and intermittent fasting

Recommended Articles