# The recommended daily allowance (RDA) of riboflavin is 1.3 mg / day for adult males and 1.1 mg /...

## Question:

The recommended daily allowance {eq}(RDA) {/eq} of riboflavin is {eq}1.3 \ mg / day {/eq} for adult males and {eq}1.1 \ mg / day {/eq} for adult females. Let's take the a on your measurement, what percentage of the {eq}RDA {/eq} does {eq}1 {/eq} cup of the dried milk provide?

## Riboflavin:

Riboflavin is categorized as a type of vitamin B. This vitamin gets solubilized in the water quite easily. Therefore, this vitamin can not be stored in the human body. Other names of this vitamin are vitamin G and lactochrome.

The recommended daily allowance {eq}\rm (RDA) {/eq} of riboflavin is {eq}\rm 1.3 \ mg / day {/eq} for adult males and {eq}\rm 1.1 \ mg / day {/eq} for adult females. But during the period of pregnancy, there should be an increased allowance of riboflavin in the body. The levels of riboflavin can be increased up to 1.6 mg daily.

In the milk, the amount of the given vitamin is 0.87 mg per cup (245 g) of milk.

The percentage of the {eq}\rm RDA {/eq} does {eq}\rm 1 {/eq} cup of the milk provide = {eq}\dfrac{0.87\ mg\times 100\times 1\ g}{245\ g \times 1000\ mg}\ \ \ = 0.0003% {/eq}

Hence, the percentage of the {eq}\rm RDA {/eq} does {eq}\rm 1 {/eq} cup of milk provides 0.0003 %.