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Meta-analysis confirms: Low vitamin D linked to increased risk of type II diabetes

Posted on: May 1, 2013   by  Brant Cebulla


A new meta-analysis of prospective studies published in the journal Diabetes Care confirms that low vitamin D is associated with an increased risk of developing type II diabetes (T2D).

To date, there have been many cross-sectional studies examining the relationship between vitamin D and T2D. These studies have shown an association between low vitamin D and impaired b-cell function, insulin resistance, and impaired glucose intolerance. However, these types of cross-sectional studies do not give us great insight on whether low vitamin D is associated with an increased risk of developing T2D months or years later.

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