Prohormone & Supplement Ingredients:

Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)

Riboflavin (vitamin B2) is naturally available in a variety of foods and may be used as a preservative or additive in some packaged foods. Riboflavin helps the body by stimulating the metabolism and assisting in digestion and nutrient absorbtion.

Sources of riboflavin include milk, soybeans, most leafy green vegetables, cheese, fish, meat, and nuts. Those who eat a healthy diet do not typically need to supplement with riboflavin.

Though riboflavin deficiency is rare, it can result in cracked lips, ulcers in the mouth, an inflamed tongue, and sore throat. Eyes may get bloodshot, and on blood tests, low iron levels or anemia is often found. Riboflavin deficiency is most common in people with diseases of the bowel, HIV, in people with eating disorders, and in women taking birth control pills. The recommended daily amount (RDA) is 1.3 mg for men and 1.1 mg for women.
Supplements with this ingredient:
None (for now)

Links to additional information on Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)
Riboflavin: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia (Added on 1/5/2011)
Riboflavin - Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University (Added on 1/5/2011)

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