Pyridoxine hydrochloride is an ingredient found in many processed foods, but what exactly is it? Pyridoxine is a compound also known as vitamin B6 and is used to supplement vitamins in certain foods. Unless you consume pyridoxine in dosages over 200 mg per day, it is generally perfectly safe. If taken in higher dosages, it can cause neurological problems.
Disclaimer: While this food additive or ingredient may be currently acceptable according to the FDA standards, this may be subject to change in future. This article is for informational purposes only and does not condone the consumption of this substance. Excessive consumption may be dangerous.