What foods contain riboflavin?
Pasta and most breads made from refined flours are enriched with
riboflavin because riboflavin is one of the nutrients lost in
Riboflavin is also known as vitamin B2
Milk, cheese, leafy green vegetables, liver, kidneys, legumes, tomatoes, yeast, mushrooms, and almonds are all good sources of riboflavin.
It is sometimes used to fortify some foods like baby food, breakfast cereals and energy drinks. In the some countries like the USA they add it to white flour to make up for what was lost in the milling process
There is a lot of foods that contain Tryptophan. Any meat and food from animals more than likely has Tryptophan in it. Also lots of plants such as seaweed and spinach have Tryptophan. Soy foods also contain Tryptophan. For a more complete list of foods that contain Tryptophan visit the website in the related links section below.