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What are the functions of vitamin B2?

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Vitamin B2 converts the carbohydrates present in the food into glucose to fuel up various chemical processes in the body. Vitamin B2 also helps the body metabolize proteins and fats. Moreover, it assists in the normal functioning of the nervous system. Vitamin B2 works as an antioxidant and shields from the toxic effects of free radicals. Vitamin B2 also helps the body in converting folate and vitamin B6 into a usable form.

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