Vitamin B2, also known as Riboflavin, is a B-Vitamin that belongs to the B-Vitamin family. Green vegetables, liver, kidneys, wheat germ, milk, eggs, cheese, and fish all contain vitamin B2. Supplementation is necessary to ensure appropriate intake of this vital vitamin because food processing depletes many naturally occurring components.
Vitamin B2 aids in the maintenance of a healthy neurological system and is required for the metabolism of carbs, proteins, and lipids in the body’s energy metabolism. Riboflavin is also required for the conversion of vitamin B6 and folate into forms that the body can use. It is also necessary for growth and the synthesis of red blood cells.
Adults: Take one (1) tablet daily as a diet supplement, preferably with a meal.