“In recent studies, adults given vitamin D supplementation were shown to improve insulin sensitivity,” Mayo Clinic
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Rancho Palos Verdes, CA (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
A number of recently published studies are shedding light on the cardiovascular health benefits of vitamin D found in Diabetes Support supplements.
In a study released by the journal Diabetes Care on March 7, 2012 it concluded optimal vitamin D levels lowered all causes of cardiovascular disease mortality in people with metabolic syndrome. “We observed a 75% and 69% reduction in all-cause and cardiovascular disease mortality, respectively, in those with optimal levels compared with those with severe 25(OH)D deficiency.”
In a previous study published in the journal Diabetes Care it showed a 24% reduction in diabetes risk for people with higher levels of vitamin D as compared with people with lower levels of vitamin D. "There are indications that vitamin D is of importance in glucose metabolism, and that supplementation with vitamin D may increase both insulin secretion and insulin sensitivity," according to a report in ClinicalTrials.gov
Additionally, according to the Mayo Clinic, “In recent studies, adults given vitamin D supplementation were shown to improve insulin sensitivity.”
“Another study, led by Dr Jonathan Emberson (University of Oxford, UK), showed that there was a 17%, 24%, and 21% lower risk of vascular death, nonvascular death, and all-cause mortality in individuals with high serum 25(OH) vitamin D3 compared with subjects with low serum levels enrolled in the Whitehall study.” TheHeart.org
ProactiveLife (http://www.proactivelife.com) was founded in 2011 to help people take control of their health. The approach incorporates community, lifestyle changes, and natural supplements which have been proven to assist people with blood sugar and energy regulation.
Diabetes Support contains ten ingredients which may lower blood sugar levels including turmeric, cocoa, cinnamon, omega-3, vitamin D and others. Along with lifestyle changes including diet and exercise Diabetes Support is a new proactive approach to overall health management.