Riboflavin, also known as vitamin B-2, comes in supplement form to promote a variety of health benefits. It aids the production of energy in the body by assisting in the synthesis and oxidation of fatty acids as well as amino acids and glucose. It also helps with thyroid hormone metabolism, influencing the body’s metabolism. Riboflavin activates vitamin B-6 and folic acid, making it an important part of Vitamin B Complexes. The yellow color and distinct taste of multi-vitamin formulas and B complexes are due to this essential nutrient. It can also be found in many foods, including yogurt, cheese, milk, eggs, meat, poultry, broccoli, avocados, nuts, cereals and grains.
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