Vitamin B2, also known as Riboflavin, may be necessary for red blood cell formation, growth, and antibody production. It may alleviate eye fatigue, aid in metabolism of carboyhdrates, fats, and proteins, and help the absorption of iron and vitamin B6. It is also needed for the metabolism of tryptophan, which is converted into niacin in the body. It is found singly, as part of a B-complex, or as part of a multivitamin. It can also be found in legumes, yogurt, spinach, and leafy green vegetables.
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