VITAMIN B2 (RIBOFLAVIN)

rye vegan source of b2

Best vegan sources of Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)

Vegetable based food with a very high concentration in Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)

FoodRiboflavin (mg) per 100 gramsRiboflavin (mg) per 100 calories
Seaweed (dried)3.671.29
Almonds1.140.20
Kale0.350.97
Hemp seeds0.280.05
Buckwheat groats0.270.08
Rye grain0.250.07
Sesame seeds0.250.04
Pine nuts0.230.03
Lotus root0.220.30
Durian0.200.14
Cashew0.200.03
Spinach0.190.82
Wheat flour (whole-grain)0.190.06
Chestnut0.170.07
Chia seeds0.170.03
Macadamia nut0.160.02
Flaxseed0.160.03
Pistachio nuts0.160.03
Soybeans0.160.11
Walnut0.150.02
Cowpeas0.150.15
Avocado0.140.09
Squash0.140.88
Oats0.140.04
Asparagus0.140.64
Peanuts0.140.02
Peas0.130.16
Rapini0.130.59
Pecans0.130.02
Watercress0.121.00

Natutal tablets to help you reach the correct level of Vitamin B2 (riboflavin).


Why is it important to stock your body with sufficient Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) when following a plant base diet?

The Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) plays an essential role in all the systems of the human body.

Curiosities about vegan diet backgroud.

For some decades human beings have been consuming meat in large amounts, but this, has not always been this way.


Back in the day this was not like that, only rich people were able to afford an everyday steak, so the 99 per cent of the population was naturally vegan most of the time. Actually my mum sometimes remembers how she was having just a piece of meat a year. After the industrial revolution, circumstances changed and meat started to be more available and cheaper, thanks to animal exploitation.


For those who do not agree, I have more to tell you, first humans were strict vegetarians, and used to eat mainly fruit and vegetables.


Those individuals that I have statement before were healthier than you and me, and with no animal derivates consumption

The most important VITAMIN in a VEGAN diet.

ESSENTIAL mineral in a PLANT BASE diet

EXTRA PROTEIN for vegan diet