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Vitamin B1 and HiPP Baby Formulas

New parents have plenty of questions regarding what to give their babies.

There are so many baby formula options available in the market. This makes it overwhelming for parents.

Where should they start? What factors should they consider when choosing a baby formula? 

It’s natural for parents to wish for what is best for their child.

New parents are more curious and careful about what to give to their babies – especially baby formulas. Are the ingredients play an essential role?

If yes, why are they included, and how will they benefit their babies? 

This article aims to help parents by discussing Vitamin B1, its importance, and why HiPP baby formulas contain it.

What Is Vitamin B1?

Part of the B-complex is Vitamin B1 or Thiamine. It is water soluble that is essential for human health and metabolism.

This vitamin is vital for human health and metabolism by converting carbohydrates into energy and aiding in the development and function of the nervous system.

Vitamin B1 is found in various foods, including meat, poultry, fish, whole grains, nuts, and legumes.

Fortified cereals and bread also contain Thiamine. It is also available in supplement form.

When babies get sufficient vitamin B, Beriberi, and Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome can be prevented.

Why Should Babies Get Enough Vitamin B1?

Babies need complete nutrition to grow and develop. When they do not get enough nutrients, they are at risk of some conditions.

When babies have Thiamine deficiency, they are at risk of developing Beriberi.

Babies with Beriberi have high levels of lactic acid. It leads to heart problems such as chest pains, cardiomegaly, tachycardia, and other heart symptoms.

Beriberi may cause deterioration of the body because it affects the heart to function appropriately.

It can cause severe diseases and even death.

If the pregnant woman does not have enough thiamine, the baby will also have thiamine deficiency. Some formulas do not have this vitamin.

It is necessary to look for formulas that contain Vitamin B1 or Thiamine. 

All HiPP Baby Formulas contain Thiamine. This vitamin helps babies grow and meet developmental milestones. 

Importance Of Vitamin B1 For Development

Vitamin B1 or Thiamine is necessary for a baby’s diet to grow and develop.

This vitamin helps to break down carbohydrates and fats, which are then used for energy by the body.

It supports red blood cell production and nervous system development.

Babies can get this from proteins such as legumes, nuts, seeds, and whole grains, and some meats and fish contain Vitamin B1. 

However, infants need more B1, as it is not always added to commercial formulas. 

Some doctors prescribe parents give their babies a daily vitamin B1 supplement and give them B1-rich food.

Premature babies or those with existing medical conditions may have a higher risk of having Thiamine deficiency. Therefore, parents should discuss this with a doctor before starting any supplements.


HiPP Dutch Stage 2 contains Vitamin B1 of Thiamine to help babies grow and thrive.

If you are looking for a baby formula that has all essentials, look no further than HiPP baby formula!

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