Tips for Health

Vitamin B2

By on May 25, 2013 in Diet, Dieting, General, Health, Health, Lifestyle with 0 Comments

B-complex-foods

Vitamin B2 or riboflavin has quite an influence on your growth, red cell synthesis and reproductive system. It also helps produce energy from carbs you eat..

Requirement:

Adult males require 1.3 mg

Women require 1.1 mg whereas pregnant or lactating women require 1.5 mg

Children need .6 to .9 mg of B2/riboflavin every day.

Assortment of fresh vegetables and fruit

Sources:

Following sources of Vitamin B2 should be added in you daily routine:

Fruits:

Banana

Grapes Avocado

Mango

Cherimoya

Passion Fruit

Pomegranate

Mulberries

Prickly Pear

Lychee

Dates

Veggies:

Lima Beans

Amaranth Leaves

Asparagus

Peas

Bok Choy

Pumpkin

Brussels Sprouts

Chinese Broccoli

Artichoke

Squash – winter

French Beans

Swiss chard

Mushrooms

Sweet Potato

Spirulina

Nuts and grains sources:

Oats

Rye

Wheat – Hard Red

Chestnuts

Almonds

Buckwheat

Wheat – Durum

Quinoa

Wheat – Hard White

Protein sources:

Herring

Cottage Cheese

Beef

Eggs

Cheddar Cheese

Turkey Breast

Goat Milk

Salmon

Chicken (dark meat)

Ground Chicken

Hamburger

Yogurt

Ground Turkey

Caviar

Roast Duck

Soy Milk

Sardines

Beef Sausage

Tuna

Goat Cheese

Lamb

Pork

Soy Beans

Turkey Bacon

Veal

Pollock

Sour Cream

Turkey Leg

Navy Beans

Winged Beans

Lowfat Yogurt

Soy Beans

Fava Beans

Adzuki Beans

Edamame

Garbanzo Beans

Pinto Beans

Mung Beans

All those food items that are rich in vitamin B2 are not only highly nutritious but also great in taste. So this means there is no reason why you should skip it from meals. Make a habit of eating fruits every day. Fruits keep you full and at the same time keep the body full of nutritious vitamins and anti-oxidants.

Tags: ,

Subscribe

If you enjoyed this article, subscribe now to receive more just like it.

Post a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Top