Low Vitamin D Linked To Increased Type 2 Diabetes Risk, Regardless of Body Mass Index
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Vitamin D is one of the more well studied vitamins in modern society, and for good reason. The body’s production of vitamin D is complicated, but directly linked to sunlight exposure. Because of this, the further you are from the equator, the more likely you are to have a deficiency in vitamin D. And for this reason, it is a highly supplemented vitamin.
Vitamin D, also known as Vitamin D2 D3 D4 or D5, cholecalciferol and is an important, essential nutrient. Sources of vitamin D include sunlight and light exposure as well as supplements. The potential benefits include good bone health, strengthening weak bones, Reducing osteoporosis and osteopenia, reducing fractures and bone deformities, improving low calcium, reducing risk of rickets and osteomalacia. It can help with depression, multiple sclerosis, alzheimer’s disease, parkinson’s disease, reduced sleep quality, cancer, cardiovascular disease, Stroke, heart attack, heart health, , asthma, diabetes, cancer and low testosterone. Can also help with phosphorous, zinc and magnesium.