Vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of type 2 diabetes
Vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of type 2 diabetes Vitamin D deficiency causes a number of health problems and is increasingly seen worldwide.
A recent study in Japan found that taking vitamin D deficiency supplements reduced the risk of type 2 diabetes.
According to a study published in the medical journal BMJ, the results of a three-year study of 1256 people by experts found
that those who took supplements to make up for vitamin D deficiency were not the only ones.
They also have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes and better insulin levels.
During the research, the experts divided the volunteers into two groups, one group was given a very small amount of daily
vitamin D supplement by the experts, while the other group was given only plain glucose.
During the research, the experts performed various tests on the volunteers every three months,
including tests other than their body mass index, and also checked for diabetes.
The results showed that people taking vitamin D deficiency supplements were 11% less likely to develop type 2 diabetes.
According to the researchers, although there was no significant difference between the results of people taking vitamin D
supplements and those taking vitamin D supplements, it was found
that people taking supplements were more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. Chances are low.
Experts suggest that people take vitamin D supplements to help type 2 diabetes.