Eggs, nuts, dairy products, brewer's yeast and meats are good sources of vitamin B-2, according to Livescience. Wild rice, mushrooms, green vegetables and whole grains are also good sources of vitamin B-2.Continue Reading
Vitamin B-2, also known as riboflavin, is a water-soluble complex vitamin that helps the body produce energy and break down carbs, proteins and fats, claims Livescience.
Riboflavin fights free radicals in the body that damage cells and DNA. The average healthy person has enough B-2 in his diet, but some people, such as alcoholics, do not. Inadequate amounts of vitamin B-2 causes slowed growth, sore throat, digestive problems, fatigue and light sensitivity, reports the University of Maryland Medical Center.Learn more about Vitamins & Supplements