Riboflavin
Category: vitamins  Publish Time: 2018-11-01 22:01 

Riboflavin
What foods are high in riboflavin?

Riboflavin, also known as vitamin B2, is a water-soluble vitamin, Found in a variety of sources, including meat, dairy and legumes etc. It’s very important to our health.

What does riboflavin foods do for the body?

1. in Respiratory chain, riboflavin can convert amino acid, lipid oxidation and purine into uric acid, Hydrogenate aromatic compounds, synthesize proteins and certain hormones. Transfer and stock iron, and participation in folic acid and pyridin. Metabolism of polyaldehydes and niacin.
2. . Riboflavin participates in biological oxidation and energy metabolism in the body, which is related to the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids and fats, which can improve the utilization of protein by the body, promote growth and development, and maintain the integrity of skin and cell membrane. It has the function of protecting the hair follicle mucosa and sebaceous glands.

2 Riboflavin is an essential nutrient for the metabolism and repair of the body tissue, such as strengthening liver function, regulating the secretion of adrenaline. Riboflavin promotes cell growth and metabolism。

3. Riboflavin participates in the metabolism of vitamin B6 and niacin is a model for the coordination of B vitamins. FAD and FMN are used as prosthetic groups to participate in the conversion of tryptophan to niacin and the conversion of vitamin B6 to pyridoxal phosphate.

4.Riboflavin is helpful for absorption, storage and mobilization of the body iron.

Name: RIBOFLAVIN

Other name: VITAMIN B2;RIBOFLAVINE

CAS number:  83-88-5

Molecular Formular: C17H20N4O6

application:it is widely used as food and feed additives

Grade: BP/USP/EP/FCC, feed grade, food grade