|Name||Vtiamin B2 (riboflavin)|
Vitamin B2 (C17H20N4O6, 376.37), often known as riboflavin, is somewhat soluble in water and stable when heated in a neutral or acidic solution. When there is a dearth of yellow enzymes in the body, it affects the body's biological oxidation and causes a metabolic issue (yellow enzymes play a role of hydrogen in the biological oxidation reduction).
Its lesions, such as deficiency, cheilitis, glossitis, conjunctivitis, and scrotal phlogistic, are characterized by inflammation of the mouth, eye, and genital area, therefore the product can be utilized in disease prevention and control. Because vitamin B2 storage is extremely limited, it must be obtained through the diet on a daily basis. The main cause of the loss is due to two features of vitamin B2: (1) can be harmed by light, and (2) heating can be destroyed by alkali.
|Indications and Uses|| |
- Vitamin B2 has the ability to speed up cell development and regeneration.
- Vitamin B2 can hasten the growth of skin, nails, and hair.
- Vitamin B2 aids in the treatment of mouth, lip, and tongue inflammation.
- Vitamin B2 helps improve vision and lessen eye fatigue.
- The interaction of vitamin B2 with other components can aid in the metabolism of carbs, fat, and protein.
The Food and Drug Administration had not assessed the information and it was merely for reference purposes.