The correct question is:
What is fat?
What is riboflavin?
What is thiamin?
- Fat gives you more than twice the energy (calories) of protein or carbohydrate.
Oils, margarine, butter and salad dressings supply fat.
- Riboflavin doesn't give you energy, but it helps your body use other nutrients for
energy. You get riboflavin from foods in the milk group.
- Thiamin is a vitamin. While it doesn't give you energy, it does help your body use
carbohydrate for energy.