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Vitamin B2

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Shuai Zhu

on 24 September 2013

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Transcript of Vitamin B2

Cracked & red lips
Inflammation of lining of mouth and tongue
Mouth ulcers
Cracks at corners of mouth
Sore throat
Increase in excretion of B2 from the body

Milk
Cheese
Leafy vegetables
Liver
Kidneys
Legumes
Yeast
Mushrooms
Almond
Sources in Diet
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
Causes of Deficiency
Poor vitamin sources in one's daily diet
Conditions that affect absorption in the intestine
Body not able to use the vitamin
Roles in Human Health
Energy Metabolism
Metabolism for:
Fats
Ketone bodies
Carbohydrates
Proteins

C17H20N4O6

Chemical Structure
Good sources in:
Maintaining Health
Recommended Daily Allowance:
Infants 0.4—0.6 mg.
Children ages 1—3: 0.8 mg.
Children ages 4—6: 1.0 mg.
Children ages 7—10: 1.4 mg.
Men 1.6 mg.
Women 1.2 mg.
Pregnant 1.5 mg.
Lactating 1.7 mg.

Baby Food
Cereal
Pasta
Sauce
Processed cheese
Fruit drinks
Vitamin-enriched milk products
Certain energy drinks
Used in:
pls no
Signs and Symptoms of B2 Deficiency:
Facilitate sexual reproduction
Cell growth & repair
Development of tissues (to help accelerate healing of injuries)
Human Health cont.
Additive E101
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