Dr. Harris M.D., a member of the Rootine advisory board, candidly speaks about the importance of vitamin B2.
Key takeaways include:
- Vitamin B2 is also known as riboflavin.
- Low B2 can lead to increased oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction, deficiencies in the activation of other vitamins, elevated homocysteine, anemia, and cognitive dysfunction.
- Sources include milk, cheese, eggs, beef, chicken, broccoli, asparagus, spinach, mushrooms, and almonds.
- The ideal dose depends on lifestyle, genetics, and metabolite levels, including the MTHFR, MTRR, and SCLA genes, and histidine, sarcosine, succinate, pyruvate, and glutarate.
- Listen below for even more details.
You can find Dr. Richard Harris at TheGHWellness.com where he has an amazing podcast.
*Dr. Richard Harris MD is on Rootine's advisory board and is a medical doctor. This video should be used exclusively as informative content and is not diagnostic in nature. Always consult your physician or healthcare provider prior to making a change to your health program. These comments and ideals are of Dr. Richard Harris, not necessarily of Rootine.