vitamin B2

noun
\ -ˈbē-ˈtü How to pronounce vitamin B{inf}2{/inf} (audio) \

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Recent Examples on the Web Nutritional deficiencies in vitamins B2, B12, and B6 can be part of the problem, Dr. Ilyas says. Shanon Maglente, Good Housekeeping, "9 Ways to Get Rid of Dry, Chapped Lips, According to Dermatologists," 16 Mar. 2020 Almonds are especially high in vitamin B2, which helps produce anti-stress hormones, and have tons of magnesium, which supports a relaxed mind and body and promote nervous-system health. Kimberly Wilson, Essence, "Feeling Down? These Foods Are Certified To Boost Your Mood," 2 May 2020 Other chlorophyll supplements should be explored as well as vitamin B2. Annie Lane, oregonlive, "Dear Annie: Daughters who don’t date aren’t broken, so stop trying to fix them up," 21 Mar. 2020 But the authors also concluded that, apart from vitamin B2, levels of these vitamins were so low to begin with that milk wasn’t an important dietary source of them. Vitti Allender, Quartz, "The benefits of drinking raw milk are unclear—but the dangers are real," 13 Oct. 2019 And this nutrient-dense veggie is also loaded with riboflavin, (vitamin B2), which studies have found could reduce a woman's risk of developing PMS by 35%. 4. Amy Capetta, Woman's Day, "10 Foods That Fight Off ALL Your PMS Symptoms," 19 June 2015 His Washington-area surgeon, Dr. Rajesh Rajpal, treated his eye with riboflavin (or vitamin B2) drops for 30 minutes and then blasted it with ultraviolet light for another 30. Childs Walker, baltimoresun.com, "Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams seeing more clearly after surgery to combat eye condition," 14 Mar. 2018 Fox News notes that besides caffeine, coffee also contains vitamin B2, magnesium, potassium, and polyphenols (an antioxidant). Emily Price, Fortune, "Celebrating National Coffee Day May Have Some Health Benefits," 29 Sep. 2017

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1928, in the meaning defined above

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vitamin B2

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\ -ˈbē-ˈtü How to pronounce vitamin B{inf}2{/inf} (audio) \

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