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Riboflavin

Vitamin B2

Description

Riboflavin has a key role in maintaining health.

Food Sources for Riboflavin

Vegetables and milk products are good sources of riboflavin.

ProductServingRiboflavin
 100 g Broccoli, uncooked 100 g0.18 mg
 1 serving Gazpacho 350 g0.14 mg
 50 g Mozzarella 50 g0.165 mg
 100 g Watermelon, fresh 100 g0.05 mg
 1 slice Camembert cheese, 45% fat i.d.m. 30 g0.18 mg
 100 g Curd cheese, 40% fat i.d.m. 100 g0.24 mg
 100 g Pawpaw, raw 100 g0.04 mg
 100 g Acerola, fresh 100 g0.06 mg
 100 g Blackberries, fresh 100 g0.04 mg
 1 serving Polenta 250 g0.225 mg
 1 mug White coffee 250 ml0.325 mg
 100 g Artichoke, fresh 100 g0.01 mg
 1 slice Edam, 45% fat i.d.m. 30 g0.105 mg
 1 serving Chili con carne, average 300 g0.09 mg
 100 g Elderberry, black 100 g0.1 mg
 100 g Apricot, fresh 100 g0.06 mg
 1 glass Milk, whole, 3.5% milkfat 200 ml0.36 mg
 1 serving Maultaschen (german cuisine) 250 g0.45 mg
 1 medium sized Hen's egg 55 g0.2255 mg
 1 serving Spaghetti, with tomato sauce 305 g0.183 mg

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 Riboflavin
 Vitamin A
 Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
 Vitamin B12
 Vitamin B6
 Vitamin C
 Vitamin D
 Vitamin E
 Vitamin H (Biotin)
 Vitamin K

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