Riboflavin absorption and metabolism

Riboflavin is easily absorbed from food. A small amount is stored in the liver and kidneys, but amounts above about 25 mg are excreted in the urine so a regular dietary intake of is it necessary. Excess riboflavin excreted in the urine causes it to become bright yellow in color, which many people notice when they take B vitamin supplements.

 
 
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