Why is my pee so yellow?
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I understand this may look alarming, but the same thing happens if you eat loads of asparagus and kale—it is the vitamin B2 (riboflavin)!

Sophie Medlin, our in-house Dietitian, advises that the bright colour will fluctuate throughout the month depending on many factors including your diet. You may also wish to try splitting the dose and consuming one in the morning and one in the evening to see if this helps.

Essentially, the body is spectacular at using what it needs and efficiently expelling the rest. The reason we include generous doses of our B-vitamins, is because more recent scientific studies show that many people are deficient in the B vitamins (specifically B2), which was previously not widely accepted as a common deficiency in developed countries.

👉 Here is a great article written by our experts, which goes into detail about what B2 is, what it does and why it is so important.

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