Chemical composition: riboflavin
Sources: widely distributed in all-natural foods of both plant and animal origin.
- Energy production: Riboflavin is necessary for all chemical reactions in which energy is produced in the body from carbohydrates, fats, and when the former is lacking, from proteins.
- Formation of pigments in the retina involved with vision.
- Necessary for the synthesis of corticoid hormones in the cortex of the suprarenal glands. These hormones prepare the body to confront stress, among many other functions.
- 400mg of Premium Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) Per Capsule
- 120 Capsules of Vitamin B2 Per Bottle
- 120 Servings Per Bottle, 1 Capsule is 1 Serving
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Vitamin B2 deficiency symptoms: Fatigue, weakness, apathy, vision disorders, seborrheic dermatitis, skin eruptions, anemia.
Increased need: Stress, fatigue, dermatitis and eczema, vision disorders.
Loss during food processing: Even though riboflavin is quite heat resistant, 10% to 20% is lost during cooking. Dehydration and freezing have little effect.
Top Vitamin B2 Foods
- George D. Pamplona-Roger, M.D. “Encyclopedia of Foods and Their Healing Power.” George D. Pamplona-Roger, M.D. Encyclopedia of Foods and Their Healing Power. Trans. Annette Melgosa. Vol. 1. Chai Wan: Editorial Safeliz, 2005. 391. Print. [Vitamin B2 foods]
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