Applications: Dietary Supplements
Better known as vitamin B2, riboflavin is found in green vegetables, nuts, almonds, soyabeans, milk, broccoli, spinach, wild rice, and enriched flour. It is required by the body for brain function and skin development. Riboflavin is known to aid a number of health conditions, including muscle cramps, acne, and migraine. It is also known to help in the break down of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. It also aids in the use of oxygen by the body.