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Researchers have discovered a direct link between low vitamin D levels and insulin resistance, pre-diabetes and full-blown type 2 Diabetes. The study, which came out of Harbin Medical University in China, also revealed that even with a minor vitamin D deficiency, your risk of developing type 2 diabetes increases by 91%.
Natural Ways to Increase Your Vitamin D Levels
Don't be afraid of the sun. As long as you avoid sunburn, getting some midday sun unprotected for about 10 to 15 minutes a day is good for you. It will give you between 3,000 and 5,000 IUs of vitamin D naturally. Vitamin D is not one chemical but many. The natural type is produced in the skin from a present form of cholesterol, 7-dehydrocholesterol. Sunlight is the key: Its ultraviolet B (UVB) energy converts the precursor to vitamin D3.
Eat foods rich in vitamin D. Make sure you add a serving of cooked wild salmon and mackerel providing roughly 350 IU vitamin D. Sardines and tuna in oil provide about 225 IUs of vitamin D. And one tablespoon of cod liver oil contains nearly 1,400 IUs of vitamin D.
Supplement Daily with Olea25® ~ Children 1/2 capsule, Teenagers (1) capsule, Adults (2) capsules and 40+ years (3-4) capsules.
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