EU RDA (1) Per Day
European Union Recommended Daily Amounts for Nutritional Labelling of Food Products.
Yeast, whole grains, green leafy vegetables, offal, milk and eggs.
Helps body release energy from protein, fat and carbohydrates during metabolism.
Cracks in corners of mouth, skin rash, anaemia.
No toxic effects reported.
Store foods in containers that light cannot enter; cook vegetables in minimal water; roast or grill meats.
Did you know?
Milk is the best source of vitamin B2. As this vitamin is light-sensitive, don't leave milk in the sun as the vitamin B2 will be destroyed.
EU RDA - European Union Recommended Daily Amounts. These are the values used for vitamins for the nutritional labelling of food products.
EU RDA - Directive, 90/496/EEC, 1990.
Also information from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the American Institute for Cancer Research, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
(1) EU RDA - European Union Recommended Daily Amounts for Nutritional Labelling of Food Products.
(2) Safe intake per day.
(3) There is no EU RDA for vitamin K.
(4) Note that some vitamins in large or very large excess could produce toxic symptoms. Always keep to the recommended dosage as advised by your doctor or medical advisor.
European Food Information Council