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SUPPLEMENTING WITH VITAMIN D IS NOT BENEFICIAL FOR TYPE 2 DIABETICS AND HERE'S WHY




Studies show people with type 2 diabetes are often vitamin D deficient but there is a way to reverse both issues naturally by focusing on the liver. Vitamin D, it seems, has been the "it" vitamin recommended by practitioners to prediabetics and type 2 diabetics alike. While your practitioner may not believe supplemental vitamin d hurts in low amounts, it really doesn't help according to studies. In an attempt to understand the role of vitamin D in diabetes, it's important to look at the the link between vitamin D deficiency and a prediabetes and type 2 diabetes diagnosis, caused by NAFLD or fatty liver.


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