What causes vitamin B2 deficiency?

No surprise here, the biggest thing on my list is gluten. Gluten causes intestinal inflammation, which leads to malabsorption, which leads to deficiency.

Other contributors include:
Aggressive exercise
Hypothyroidism
Adrenal fatigue
Alcohol
Diuretics
Diet high in processed foods

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