Top 10 Natural Dietary Sources of Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)

Top 10 Natural Dietary Sources of Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)

Let’s quickly review the top 10 dietary sources of Riboflavin also known as Vitamin B2. These are all provided in milligrams per serving and obtained from the USDA food composition database.

  1. Sweet Whey (3.2 mg)
  2. Almond Nuts (1.6  mg)
  3. Feta Cheese (1.3  mg)
  4. Blueberries (1.0 mg)
  5. Corn Flour (0.9 mg)
  6. Whey Protein (0.85 mg)
  7. Wheat Flour (0.70 mg)
  8. Cheddar Cheese (0.57 mg)
  9. Plain Pasta (0.56 mg)
  10. Portobello Mushrooms (0.49 mg)

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