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What are Dr. Berg's thoughts about TTFD?

It is a synthetic version of B1. I prefer the natural version, which is called alethionine, if I'm not mistaken, or it's from garlic. (But I heard some great data that that one works just as well. That's a good source of B1. So I'm not telling you not to take it. It is a synthetic, but still has been proven to work as well. So there's options. And if I'm not, I could be mistaken by this, I don't think that one is a fat-soluble one. So it really depends on what you're using it for.

To determine, for example, if you want to, and I have a video on this but if you want to use it for something for like the brain, you would want more of a fat-soluble but of course the benfotamine penetrates the peripheral nerves but doesn't necessarily go up into the central nervous system like other forms. So I would just search on my video because it's kind of a long discussion, a little bit complex to answer now.

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