Middle-class men subjected to more of these events had more persistent diseases in adulthood, the prior research found. The results of the current study highlight the necessity for early identification of such adversity-associated health problems, and early intervention. Weight problems, for example, may become a mediator to additional health problems such as diabetes, cardiac risk and inflammatory disease. About half the children were African-American; the rest came from other ethnic backgrounds. The experts also evaluated the medical records for evidence of weight problems and learning or behavior problems.Foods cooked can provide more than enough riboflavin for a balanced diet, vitamin becoming destroyed by high temperatures. Vitamin B2 is water-soluble and may be lost if cooking process involves the usage of water. Milk pasteurization procedure involves loss of about 20 percent of the riboflavin content. Light destroys supplement B2. When storing flour products, dairy or meat, to avoid lack of riboflavin using opaque containers or areas protected from light. Because of this sensitivity to light, riboflavin in milk kept in a bottle or subjected to ultraviolet rays from the sun disappear at a rate of 85 percent in about 2 hours. Alkaline environment and meals irradiation cause lack of vitamin B2 in meals.