Vitamin Supplement

Benefits of Vitamin B2



How we should find benefits of vitamin b2?  Riboflavin Sources: Dairy products, eggs, and meat contain significant benefits of vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 

Leafy green vegetables, whole grains, ice cream, liver and enriched grains contain some riboflavin. 


Riboflavin Functions/Riboflavin Benefits of vitamin b2: Riboflavin is needed to activate folic acid and vitamin B6, process fats and amino acids and fats, and convert carbohydrates into the molecule of energy the human body uses on—adenosine triphosphate (ATP). 

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Under some conditions, benefits of vitamin B2 can act as an antioxidant.In tissues there is a broad distribution of flavin but little is present as free riboflavin. 


The majority is found in flavocoenzymes.Levels of flavin range from a few µg/g wet weight in skeletal muscle and intestine, and up to 30 to 35 µg/g in liver and kidney. 


 The benefits of Vitamin B2 Dosage/Riboflavin Dosage: The necessary amount intake of vitamin B2 is unknown.Multivitamin supplements generally contain 10–25 mg of vitamin B2.This amount is more than adequate for most people. 


What we recommend: 


  •  Total Balance 


  •  Revitle 


Riboflavin Deficiency/Vitamin B2 Deficiency: Vitamin B2 deficiency can occur in alcoholics. Also, a deficiency may be more likely in people with cataracts, or sickle cell anemia. In developing countries, riboflavin deficiency has been found to be a risk factor for the development of preeclampsia in pregnant women. 


People with chronic fatigue syndrome may be deficient in benefits of vitamin B2.Signs and symptoms are characterized by sore throat,weakness,edema and hyperemia of the oral and pharyngeal mucous membranes, , angular stomatitis,cheilosis,glossitis, seborrheic dermatitis, corneal visualization, and normocytic normochromic, anemia associated with pure red cell hypoplasia of the bone marrow. 


Vitamin B2 Toxicity - Riboflavin Side Effects: At supplemental and dietary levels, benefits of vitamin B2 are nontoxic. And riboflavin intake of many times the RDA is without demonstrable toxicity. 


Health Conditions Related: Riboflavin is used therapeutically to treat deficiency resulting from diverse causes such as decreased assimilation, inadequate dietary intake, rare genetic defects in the formation of proteins (flavoproteins), and hormonal disorders and after use of certain drugs. Vitamin B has also been used in connection with the following diseases: 


  •  Anemia (if deficient) 


  •  Migraine headaches 


  •  Canker sores 


  •  Cataracts 


  •  Parkinson's disease