MADRID, Jan 30 (EUROPA PRESS) –
A study conducted in Brazil, and published in the journal "Menopause & # 39;" It has suggested that vitamin D can promote increased sensitivity to insulin, Which reduces glucose levels and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
In this cross-sectional investigation, in which 680 Brazilian women between 35 and 74 participatedThe aim was to evaluate the possible association between vitamin D deficiency and increased glucemia.
Of the women interviewed, 3.5 percent had suppressed vitamin D supplements, Which, just like solar exposure, showed that vitamin D deficiencies associated with high levels of glucose in the blood.
"Although you have not shown a causal relationship, low levels of vitamin D may play an important role in type 2 diabetes mellitus. Vitamin D supplementation can help improve blood sugar control, but intervention studies are still needed, "said experts.