Also known as Vitamin B1, Hydrochloride is a vitamin that occurs on its own in many different foods, or is combined with other B vitamins in a B-complex supplement. This nutrient serves several important functions in the body, including assisting in nerve conduction and digestion. Since the body doesn’t store thiamine, the supply taken in by a balanced diet only lasts about two weeks. Natural sources are whole grains, seeds, nuts, beef, pork and milk. Since grains that are used to produce white breads are stripped of thiamine, manufactures add back in by fortifying the product. Thiamine hydrochloride can be found in supplement form, either on its own or with other vitamins.
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