Vitamin D Deficiency Could Increase Risk for Diabetes

Studies have shown people with lower levels of vitamin D (25-OH-D) in their blood have an increased risk of type 2 diabetes compared to those with higher levels. Hypertension and other cardiovascular diseases, some types of cancer, and bone fractures are also more common in people with low levels of 25-OH-D.

But before supplementation can be recommended, we need a double-blind con...

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