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Jun092012

Hawaiian Energy Shotz - Vitamin B2

Our in-depth look at the ingredients of Hawaiian Energy Shotz continues with Vitamin B2.

Vitamin B2, riboflavin, is another water-soluble B complex vitamins.  Your body uses Vitamin B2 for normal cellular function, growth and energy production.  Vitamin B2 heps the body efficiently use carbohydrates, fats and protein.  Along with the other B complex vitamins, it helps metabolize food more efficiently into energy the body can use.  Vitamin B2 also assists in the production of red blood cells and steroids, absorption of dietary iron and maintaining healthy skin, eyes and nervous system.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) Overview:
  • Vitamin B2 is part of the B-complex vitamin group but also provides benefits on its own. Vitamin B2 gives support to Vitamins B1, B5, B6 and B9. Vitamin B2 helps the body absorb Vitamin B6.
  • We need Vitamin B2 to process the calories out of proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
  • Vitamin B2 helps metabolize fats in our body.
  • Known to help support adrenal function.
  • Vitamin B2 helps calm and maintain a healthy nervous system.
  • Our bodies need riboflavin to promote healthy cell growth and to keep our red cell production on target.
  • It takes Vitamin B2 to keep the mucous membranes healthy in the digestive tract and help the body to absorb iron.
  • Essential for Normal Fatty Acid and Amino Acid Synthesis
  • Vitamin B2 is an important vitamin in keeping our vision clear and our eyes healthy. There is even some evidence that suggests that Vitamin B2 may help in the reduction of cataracts.
  • When we have an adequate supply of riboflavin in our system, our skin & hair looks healthy and our fingernails are healthy.

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