Cyto® B2 is a medical food for the dietary management of Mitochondrial Cytopathies or Glutaric Acidemia. It is a soluble, microencapsulated powder form of Riboflavin or Vitamin B2. Refer to the FAQs listed on this page to learn more.
How much riboflavin is in 1 x 100 g bottle of Solace Nutrition’s Cyto® B2?
There is 34,300 mg of riboflavin in one bottle of Cyto® B2.
Is there a scoop in the 100 g bottle?
Yes, each bottle of Cyto® B2 contains two scoops- a 0.15 cc scoop and one 0.625 cc scoop.
What are the scoop sizes that come in the bottle of Cyto® B2?
One level, unpacked, small white scoop = 75 mg powder = 25 mg riboflavin
One level, unpacked, large white scoop = 300 mg powder = 100 mg riboflavin
How much riboflavin does one scoop of Cyto® B2 provide?
The amount of riboflavin varies depending on the scoop size you use. Each scoop of Cyto® B2 contains:
Small white scoop = 25 mg of pure riboflavin
Large white scoop = 100 mg of pure riboflavin
How should I consume Cyto® B2?
Using one of the scoops enclosed, measure the recommended amount of Cyto® B2. Consume directly by mouth, add to juices and beverages, or sprinkle on top of or mix with food. This product should be consumed in equal portions throughout the day. It is not soluble in water.
Can Cyto® B2 be tube fed?
Yes, Cyto® B2 can be mixed into tube feeding solutions.
How does Cyto® B2 taste?
Vitamin B powders tend to have a harsh, bitter taste. Our Cyto® B2 powder is microencapsulated to hide or mask the bitter taste. This dramatically improves the taste profile of the powder. Because Solace Nutrition strives to keep additives at a minimum, only the microencapsulation is used to help mask the bitter taste.
Is Cyto® B2 soluble in water?
Cyto® B2 is not soluble in water, but it is dispersible. We recommend mixing powder into formula
Is Cyto® B2 nutritionally complete?
No, Cyto® B2 contains riboflavin only. This medical food is not a source of other vitamins and minerals. Cyto® B2 should not be used as a sole source of nutrition. It is also not designed for use by the general population, but rather under the direction of a healthcare professional.