Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)
Riboflavin, or B2, is crucial for breaking down food components, absorbing nutrients, and maintaining tissue health. It is also a key component of coenzymes involved in the growth of cells, red blood cell production, energy production, and the breakdown of fats, steroids, and medications. Bacteria in the gut can produce small amounts of riboflavin, but not nearly enough to meet normal dietary needs.
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- B-complex vitamin are essential to normal brain function and energy production. Read more
- B complex vitamins are central to mitochondrial cell function and play an important role in energy productionRead more
- Riboflavin acts as an antioxidant and can protect the body against oxidative stress.Read more