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Vitamin B1 Food Source

Make sure you get enough vitamin B1 in your diet by eating vitamin B1 rich foods

Vitamin B1 Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for lactating women is 1.4mg. This means you should eat 1.4 mg of the vitamin every day.

Here are several good options for Vitamin B1 rich food. Eating of several of those daily, can help in reaching the daily recommendations.  

Best source
A

Sunflower seeds (raw)

Sunflower seeds (raw) Serving size of 1 ounce (28g) Sunflower seeds (raw) has 0.640 mg vitamin B1, which is 45% of the RDA for lactating women.  % Vitamin daily requirement while breastfeeding (serving size: 1 ounce (28g)) B! 45% Find a recipe with Sunflower seeds here Back follow MyMilk Facebook Twitter Instagram

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Best source
A

Pasta (cooked)

Pasta (cooked) Serving size of 1 cup (160g) of pasta (cooked) has 0.450 mg vitamin B1, which is 32% of the RDA for lactating women.  % Vitamin daily requirement while breastfeeding (serving size: 1 cup (160g)) B! 32% Find a recipe with pasta here Back follow MyMilk Facebook Twitter Instagram Linkedin

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Dairy free
B

Tuna, Yellowfin (cooked)

Fish, Tuna, Yellowfin (cooked) Serving size of 3oz (85g) Tuna fish has 0.400mg vitamin B1, which is 28% of the vitamin daily RDA for lactating women. Serving of 3oz (85g) Tuna fish  is also a great source of Vitamin B6, another priority 1 nutrient for lactating women. % Vitamin daily requirement while

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Dairy free
B

Black beans (cooked)

Black beans (cooked) Serving size of 1 cup (172g) Black beans (cooked) has 0.400 mg vitamin B1, which is 28% of the daily vitamin recommendations (RDA) for lactating women.  % Vitamin daily requirement while breastfeeding (serving size: 1 cup (172g)) B1 28% Find a recipe with black beans here Back follow MyMilk

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Cereals
B

Cereals, fortified (ready to eat)

Cereals, fortified (ready to eat) Serving size of 1cup (28g) Cereals, fortified (ready to eat) has 0.400mg-1.500mg vitamin B1 which is 28-107% of the daily vitamin RDA for lactating women. Cereals, fortified (ready to eat) can also be a good source for other priority 1 nutrients for lactating women such

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Dairy free
B

Fish, Salmon (cooked)

Fish, Salmon (cooked) Serving size of 30z (85g) salmon fish has 0.300 mg vitamin B1, which is 21% of the daily vitamin B1 recommendations (RDA) for lactating women. 1/2 fillet (155g) supply 38% of vitamin RDA. Serving of 1/2 fillet (155g) of salmon fish  is also a good source of other

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Dairy free
C

Lentil (cooked)

Lentil (cooked) Serving size of 1 cup (200g) Lentil (cooked) has 0.300mg vitamin B1, which is 21% of the daily vitamin recommendations (RDA) for lactating women. Serving size of 1 cup (200g) Lentil (cooked) is also a good source of vitamin B6, another priority 1 nutrient for lactating women,. %

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Dairy free
C

Orange juice

Orange juice Serving size of 1 cup (248g) orange juice has 0.223 mg vitamin B1, which is 16% of the daily vitamin recommendations (RDA) for lactating women.  Orange juice is also a good source for vitamin c, another priority 1 nutrient for lactating women. % Vitamin daily requirement while breastfeeding

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Dairy free
C

Oats (cooked)

Serving size of 1/2 cup (40g) oats (cooked) has 0.200 mg vitamin B1, which is 14% of the vitamin B1 recommendation (RDA) for lactating women.

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Dairy free
C

Pecans

Serving size of 20 halves (28g) pecans has 0.200 mg vitamin B1, which is 14% of the vitamin B1 recommendations (RDA) for lactating women.

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