Riboflavin (B2) works in conjunction with other B complex vitamins and is important for body growth, red blood cell production and release of energy from carbohydrates.
Vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin, is found in many foods of animal and plant origin such as milk, liver, cheese, eggs, green vegetables, brewer’s yeast, whole grains, fortified cereals and wheat germ.
The B2 is destroyed by exposure to light, therefore, riboflavin-containing foods should be kept in the dark or in opaque containers.
* To help release energy from nutrients.
* Stimulate the production of hormones.
* Maintaining the health of the mouth, tongue and skin.