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Alcohol Usage, Vitamin B1 Levels, and Zobria®

According to research published in the JAMA, “As stay-at-home orders began in some US states as a mitigation strategy for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) transmission, Nielsen reported a 54% increase in national sales of alcohol… We all know that drinking alcohol to excess can take its toll on the body.  But you may not be aware that many people who drink alcohol excessively can develop nutritional problems which can, among other things, make life very unpleasant.  Unfortunately, it’s a problem that has increased dramatically in this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.”1

Doctors have long known that vitamin B1 deficiency is often a consequence of drinking too much alcohol.  And vitamin B1 deficiency, also known as LowB1, can be particularly damaging to the nerves in the feet and legs, causing burning, pain, numbness, and other annoying sensations.  LowB1 can make you lose your stability when you are walking and increase your risk of falling. 

LowB1 can also cause problems with your brain’s ability to function normally.  The brain requires large amounts of energy in order to work properly, and adequate amounts of vitamin B1 are essential for that energy production.  LowB1 can cause problems with your ability to think and reason. It may make you have difficulty focusing your thoughts or making decisions.

If this sounds like you or someone you know, it’s important to take the right kind of vitamin B1 in order to get your levels back into the healthy range—and there is no time to waste. The longer your vitamin B1 levels are too low, the greater the damage will be to your nerves.

That’s why we developed Zobria®.  Zobria® is specially formulated with a powerful form of vitamin B1.  Zobria® restores® vitamin B1 levels fast to help your nerves work properly.  People often feel the difference in 30 days.

1 https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2770975

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