About Andy James

Having poor health as a child, contracting a rare form of diabetes (diabetes insipidus) when he was just seven years old, and having been in a near fatal car wreck at the age of 33, Andy now focuses his mind on all things to do with improving ones health. The Benfotiamine Project was set up to explore benfotiamine, which helps the body to absorb Thiamine (vitamin B1). You can find out more about Andy on his Google plus profile, where you read his other health projects.

Introduction to Benfotiamine

The health benefits of benfotiamine make it a better source of thiamine, than water based forms. Here’s what you need to know.

Importance of Healthy Kidneys

To avoid kidney disease, it is important to keep your kidneys healthy. Here’s why and how to stay healthy.

The Importance of a Healthy Circulatory (Blood) System

Keeping your circulatory (blood) system is vital, if you are to live free from heart related conditions. Here’s why.

Endothelial Dysfunction and How Benfotiamine Can Help

Could Endothelial dysfunction be prevented by supplementing with benfotiamine, and is there research to back it up?

Benfotiamine and Diabetes

Latest research explains how benfotiamine may help diabetics, by somewhat controlling glucose levels.

Benfotiamine Side Effects

Discover the side effects of benfotiamine, and who should avoid taking any form of thiamine.

Benfotiamine Dosage

A recommended dosage of benfotiamine is usually 600mg daily. But find out how much more you can take, if your body requires it.

Using Benfotiamine to Improve Your Eyesight

Could eyesight problems like retinopathy and uveitis be treated with benfotiamine, instead of dangerous existing treatments?