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Saturday, August 13, 2011

The correlation of vitamin D levels and type 2 diabetes

By Maria Kluntenhausen

A major study was recently carried out by the University of Melbourne into the relationship between vitamin D levels in the human body and risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The findings were astonishing and revealed that vitamin D play a key role in the body's ability to regulate blood sugar levels.

Type 2 diabetes can be potentially fatal as the body cannot use the insulin, produced by the pancreas, efficiently enough to regulate the body's blood sugar levels. Without regulation, glucose levels in the blood can become dangerously high or low. However, the study has revealed that vitamin D plays a significant part in the regulation of glucose levels.

The research was carried out by scientists at the University of Melbourne and the data of more than 5,000 participants was used. There have been similar research carried out in the past, but the findings have been somewhat overlooked. However, the latest findings are potentially ground breaking and give great hope for the prevention of type 2 diabetes.

The body manufactures vitamin D in response to being exposed to sunlight and can also be found in foods such as eggs and seafood. Vitamin D is often recognised for its role in building healthy bones, along with calcium, but now there could be an extra benefit that had previously gone unrecognised.

The recent findings were made possible because of the recent increase in funding available in Australia to the research into type 2 diabetes, without which the research would simply not have been possible. The number of cases of diabetes is increasing dramatically all over the world, and it is exactly this type of research that gives new hope for the prevention of type 2 diabetes.

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