Vitamin B2 Facts: Everything You Need to Know About Riboflavin

Medically Reviewed by Madeline Hubbard, RN, BSN

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Unlike vitamins A, D and C, “vitamin B” is actually a group of different vitamins, each of which has its own characteristics, function and side effects. Vitamin B2, more commonly known as riboflavin, is one such group. So, what are riboflavin's properties and uses? We're delving into just why this vitamin is so important to one's health.