What foods are rich in vitamin b2?

MUSHROOM,MEATS,SPINA. Mushrooms, spinach, meats, soybeans, nuts, milk, eggs green leafy vegetables fruits like strawberries brekfast cereals are fortified with riboflavin.

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What stores sell vitamin B2?

Health food, drug. Vitamin b2, as well as other vitamins, is widely available at health food stores. Most pharmacies also sell vitamins, though the quality is not always as good. Vitamins are also available online through amazon.Com, iherb.Com, swanson vitamins etc. Etc. Read more...

Is vitamin B2 good for glaucoma?

Not particularly but. Many vitamins and herbs are helpful for glaucoma, esp. A, c, e & b12. B2 is especially good for cataracts and may help glaucoma as part of a b complex, but is not particularly known for glaucoma. Of interest, this article www.Selfgrowth.Com/articles/glaucoma-natural-medicine-factors mentions each of the b vitamins except b2! also see http://www.Healthy.Net/health/article/glaucoma/2930. Read more...

Have any of you doctors ever ordered a vitamin B2 test and if so, why?

Really hard to get. it isn't generally available as a test. furthermore, the vitamin is not especially malabsorbed unlike vitamin B12, which requires a specific transporter in one little section of the gut and has deficiencies quite commonly. easier to just have person take a one-a-day vitamin. Read more...

What are the symptoms of having vitamin B2 deficiency?

Symptoms include. Sore tongue, chapped lips; mouth and throat infection; bloodshot eyes; sensitivity to light. Rich sources of b2 (riboflavin, a micronutrient) include meat, whole grains, green leafy veges, mushrooms and almonds. Read more...

What makes large doses of vitamin a more harmful than large doses of vitamin b2?

Fat-soluble vs water. Vitamin a is fat-soluble, meaning it can be stored in our tissues and build up to toxic levels. B vitamins are water-soluble and are thus not stored in our bodies so do not build up to toxic levels. The only water-soluble vitamin that seems to be toxic is b6. While a can be toxic, generally one has to take extremely high doses for prolonged periods before it becomes harmful. Read more...

I have been suffering for repeating festers. I did try to supplement vitamin b2, but it's not really helping. What could be other cause?

Festers? Please give more information on repeated festers. What is your question? Read more...
Need more info? Where do you get these festers (body location)? What do they look like (when they appear and when they heal)? When did they start (age) and how often do they occur? How long have you been suffering with these festers? What have you noticed that brings them out or makes them go away? Have you seen your doctor for this (if yes) what was the diagnosis? Read more...