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What are the causes of riboflavin deficiency?

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Riboflavin or vitamin B2 deficiency is caused by malabsorption, inadequate dietary intake, and impaired metabolism. Moreover, the deficiency of vitamin B2 is mostly found to be in the individuals who are long-time drinkers, have an inadequate intake of dairy products and milk, or are suffering from chronic diarrhea. Besides, maternal riboflavin deficiency may also cause the deficiency of riboflavin in the newborn child.

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Because you haven’t had too much of it? This wasn’t any rocket science

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