Lower levels of Vitamin D increases the risk of Diabetes type II

Lower levels of Vitamin D increases the risk of Diabetes type II

A new study has suggested that there is a close link between Vitamin D and Diabetes type 2. Reportedly low levels of Vitamin D may increase the risk of Diabetes type II in children, suggests as study conducted by a team of researchers of University of Texas and published in The Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinalogy and Metabolism (JCEM).

The reports further state that deficiency of Vitamin D is usually found in obese people and high rates of deficiency may result in type II diabetes as well as other cardiovascular diseases.

The study examined that the dietary habits in the obese children lowers the levels of Vitamin D which brings higher levels of Insulin resistance.

Habit of skipping the breakfast and having more of juice and soda also tend to lower the Vitamin D levels in the body and this further increases the risk of Diabetes type II.

 

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