Foods rich in Thiamin (Vitamin B1)

Nutritional deficiencies can occur with people suffering from Celiac Disease due to poor absorption and also from a limited gluten-free diet. Wheat, barley and rye provide many important nutrients. Cutting out gluten can reduce some important vitamins and minerals in the diet. There are few gluten-free grain products enriched with the vitamins and minerals that gluten-containing grain products have. People would have to make substitutions in their diet to make up the nutrients.

Here is a graphic that I created to show some foods rich in thiamin/vitamin B1. I used the information found from the World's Healthiest Foods website.

Gluten-free sources of thiamin or vitamin b1


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