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If a person is deficient in vitamin D, he will face diabetes.

If a person is deficient in vitamin D, he will face diabetes.

Topics: Research


This is a warning staff of the University of São Paulo They found that this vitamin increases the sensitivity of tissues to insulin and improves the performance of pancreatic cells, reports "Mail.RU News."

Scientists have made this conclusion by analyzing the data of almost 700 Brazilians 35-74 years old. It is known that all women were tested for vitamin D levels and fasting blood glucose concentrations. It turned out that the higher the level of vitamin D in the blood, the lower the fasting blood sugar levels.

This means that the risk of type 2 diabetes is reduced. Moreover, due to the lack of a vitamin, there is an increased level of sugar and an increased risk of diabetes. By the way, earlier another research group also revealed a positive relationship between the concentration of the vitamin and the improvement of the function of the beta cells of the pancreas that produce insulin.