Top Nuts High in Thiamin (Vit B1)

About Nuts and Thiamin (Vit B1)

Most nuts are fairly low in thiamin, but some contain more than others.

Some of the highest thiamin nuts include flaxseeds, hemp seeds, sesame seeds, pistachio, pecan, chia seeds, cashews, pine nut, walnut and hazelnut. Other thiamin rich nuts are almonds, coconut, pumpkin seeds and coconut cream.

We calculated the top nuts for thiamin by both their common measurement as well as in 200 calories, including by gender daily requirements. Here are the details for top 14 nuts highest in thiamin .

Food nutritional data is sourced from USDA and NIH. [3][4]

Adult Female DV Adult Male DV

Flaxseeds

image of flaxseeds

In 1 cup, flaxseed has 2.8mg of thiamin, or about 250% of daily values for women and 230% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
2.8mg in
1 cup (168g)
0.62mg in
200 Calories (37g)
250%
230%
56%
51%
Complete nutrition for Flaxseeds

Hemp Seeds

image of hemp seeds

1 tbsp of hemp seed contains 0.13mg of thiamin, or about 12% of daily values for women and 11% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.13mg in
1 tbsp (10g)
0.46mg in
200 Calories (36g)
12%
11%
42%
38%
Complete nutrition for Hemp Seeds

Sesame Seeds

image of sesame seeds

In 1 tbsp, sesame seed has 0.08mg of thiamin, or about 7% of daily values for women and 6% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.08mg in
1 tbsp (9.45g)
0.28mg in
200 Calories (35g)
7%
6%
26%
24%
Complete nutrition for Sesame Seeds

Pistachio

image of pistachio

1 cup of pistachio contains 0.85mg of thiamin, or about 78% of daily values for women and 71% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.85mg in
1 cup (123g)
0.24mg in
200 Calories (35g)
78%
71%
22%
20%
Complete nutrition for Pistachio

Pecan

image of pecan

In 1 cup, pecan has 0.72mg of thiamin, or about 65% of daily values for women and 60% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.72mg in
1 cup (109g)
0.19mg in
200 Calories (29g)
65%
60%
17%
16%
Complete nutrition for Pecan

Chia Seeds (dried)

image of chia seeds

1 oz of chia seed contains 0.18mg of thiamin, or about 16% of daily values for women and 15% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.18mg in
1 oz (28.35g)
0.26mg in
200 Calories (41g)
16%
15%
23%
21%
Complete nutrition for Chia Seeds

Cashews

image of cashews

In 1 oz, cashew has 0.12mg of thiamin, or about 11% of daily values for women and 10% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.12mg in
1 oz (28.35g)
0.15mg in
200 Calories (36g)
11%
10%
14%
13%
Complete nutrition for Cashews

Pine Nut (dried)

image of pine nut

1 cup of pine nut contains 0.49mg of thiamin, or about 45% of daily values for women and 41% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.49mg in
1 cup (135g)
0.11mg in
200 Calories (30g)
45%
41%
10%
9%
Complete nutrition for Pine Nut

Walnut

image of walnut

In 1 cup, walnut has 0.4mg of thiamin, or about 36% of daily values for women and 33% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.4mg in
1 cup (117g)
0.1mg in
200 Calories (31g)
36%
33%
9%
9%
Complete nutrition for Walnut

Hazelnut

image of hazelnut

1 cup of hazelnut contains 0.77mg of thiamin, or about 70% of daily values for women and 64% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.77mg in
1 cup (226.8g)
0.1mg in
200 Calories (31g)
70%
64%
10%
9%
Complete nutrition for Hazelnut

Almonds

image of almonds

In 1 cup, almond has 0.29mg of thiamin, or about 27% of daily values for women and 24% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.29mg in
1 cup (143g)
0.07mg in
200 Calories (35g)
27%
24%
6%
6%
Complete nutrition for Almonds

Coconut

image of coconut

1 cup of coconut contains 0.05mg of thiamin, or about 5% of daily values for women and 4% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.05mg in
1 cup (80g)
0.04mg in
200 Calories (56g)
5%
4%
3%
3%
Complete nutrition for Coconut

Pumpkin Seeds

image of pumpkin seeds

In 1 cup, pumpkin seed has 0.02mg of thiamin, or about 2% for adults.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.02mg in
1 cup (64g)
0.02mg in
200 Calories (45g)
2%
2%
1%
1%
Complete nutrition for Pumpkin Seeds

Coconut Cream

image of coconut cream

1 cup of coconut cream contains 0.07mg of thiamin, or about 7% of daily values for women and 6% for men.
Thiamin (Vit B1)
0.07mg in
1 cup (240g)
0.02mg in
200 Calories (61g)
7%
6%
2%
2%
Complete nutrition for Coconut Cream


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