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Vitamin B2


Riboflavin has a key role in maintaining health.

Food Sources for Riboflavin

Vegetables and milk products are good sources of riboflavin.

 1 cup Coffee, with milk (1.5% fat) 160 ml0.192 mg
 1 medium size Wheat bun 70 g0.189 mg
 1 small Orange, fresh 130 g0.052 mg
 100 g Raspberry, fresh 100 g0.05 mg
 1 serving Apfelstrudel (Apple strudel) 135 g0.081 mg
 1 serving Spaetzle cheese noodles 320 g0.448 mg
 1 slice Gorgonzola cheese, 50% fat i.d.m. 30 g0.129 mg
 1 serving Chocolate pudding, average 190 g0.361 mg
  Apple rings, baked 150 g0.165 mg
 1 medium sized Grapefruit 120 g0.036 mg
  Cheese bun (baked cheese on top of bun), with butter 94 g0.1504 mg
 1 serving Chicken Tikka Masala 350 g0.035 mg
 1 medium sized Lemon, fresh 80 g0.016 mg
  Nutellla roll 83 g0.0747 mg
 1 medium sized Peach, fresh, raw 120 g0.06 mg
 100 g Strawberries, raw 100 g0.05 mg
 100 g Apricot, fresh 100 g0.06 mg
 1 slice Edam, 45% fat i.d.m. 30 g0.105 mg
 1 glass Lime juice 200 ml0.04 mg
 100 ml Vanilla sauce 100 ml0.19 mg

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 Vitamin E
 Vitamin H (Biotin)
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