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Übersicht - Verwendung von Vitaminen in Lebensmitteln - Toxikologische und ernährungsphysiologische Aspekte - BfR-Publikation: -Wissenschaft 03/2004)
Mindestbedarf + Höchstmengen an  Vitamin A + ß-Karotin; Vitamin D, Vitamin E; Vit K; Vit B1; Vit B2; Niacin; Vit B6, Folsäure, Pantothensäure; Biotin, Vit B12; Vit C (241S)

 

 

 

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ID 29: ―Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)‖ and ―Energy metabolism‖ ................................................................................. 43

ID 30: ―Vitamin B2‖ and ―Transport and metabolism of iron‖ ............................................................................... 45

ID 31: ―Vitamin B2‖ and ―Required for the normal structure of mucous membranes (such as the surface of the tongue, the mouth, eyes and intestines).‖ ...................................................................................................... 45

ID 32: ―Vitamin B2‖ and ―Mental performance (where mental performance stands for those aspects of brain and nerve functions which determine aspects like concentration, learning, memory and reasoning, as well as resistance to stress)‖....................................................................................................................................... 46

ID 33: ―Vitamin B2‖ and ―Bone/Teeth/ Hair / Skin and Nail health‖ ..................................................................... 47

ID 35: ―Riboflavin‖ and ―Riboflavin participates in oxidation-reduction reactions in numerous metabolic pathways and in energy production via respiratory chain‖ ................................................................................. 47

ID 36: ―Riboflavin (vitamin B2)‖ and ―Macronutrient metabolism‖ ...................................................................... 48

ID 37: ―Riboflavin (vitamin B2)‖ and ―Healthy iron status‖ .................................................................................. 48

ID 39: ―Riboflavin (vitamin B2)‖ and ―Eyes‖ ......................................................................................................... 48

ID 40: ―Riboflavin (vitamin B2)‖ and ―Red blood cells‖ ........................................................................................ 48

ID 42: ―Riboflavin (B2)‖ and ―Vitamin/mineral supplementation to reduce fatigue and tirednes in situations of inadequate micronutrient status‖ ................................