Researchers discovered that a minimum of 4,000 IU vitamin D is needed to help control serum markers of type II diabetes.
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Dr. Balden reviews a study that found vitamin D status was not associated with glucose metabolism and insulin sensitivity among morbidly obese women.
Study finds vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy improves metabolic profiles but has no effect on preeclampsia.
A recent RCT found that vitamin D supplementation improved insulin sensitivity and antioxidant capacity, but had no effect on preeclampsia.
Vitamin D and calcium combine to improve beta cell function and insulin sensitivity, according to new study
A new study out of India shows that vitamin D and calcium help improve beta cell function and insulin sensitivity in non-diabetic patients.