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Exposure To Sunlight And Vitamin D Helps In Preventing Diabetes

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Dr. PG of Mumbai Talwalkar said that till now there had been no study on diabetes and vitamin D deficiency. In the study, we have found a relationship between diabetes and vitamin D.

Diabetes will be cured by walking in sunlight, signs found in the study

  1. According to a study, 84.2 percent of diabetes type 2 patients were found to have vitamin D deficiency.
  2. According to health experts, 90 percent of the country’s population is troubled by vitamin D problem
  3. In a city like Mumbai, vitamin D deficiency is increasing due to staying in office for most of the time.

Akhilesh Pandey, Mumbai

Vitamin D deficiency has been observed in most patients suffering from diabetes. According to a study on diabetes in several cities of the country including Mumbai, 84.2 percent of diabetes type 2 and 82.6 percent of hypertension patients were found to have vitamin D deficiency. According to experts, 90 percent of the country’s population is troubled by vitamin D problems.

Dr. PG of Mumbai Talwalkar said that till now there had been no study on diabetes and vitamin D deficiency. We did a study to understand the relationship between the two. In the study, we have found a relationship between diabetes and vitamin D.

Milk and green vegetables are important

Orthopedic Dr. B. s. Rajput said that there have been some international studies on vitamin D and diabetes, whose initial reports suggest that type 2 diabetes is more likely to occur due to vitamin D deficiency. In a city like Mumbai, the problem of vitamin D is even more. Most of the time, due to staying in the office and not taking sunshine in the morning, the deficiency of vitamin D is increasing day by day. In such a situation, people should eat more and more products made from milk as well as green vegetables, etc.

Diabetes patients are increasing

According to the doctors involved in the study, due to lack of Vitamin D in the body, many serious diseases related to the bone can occur. Dr. Talwalkar said that in 2011 there were 30 million diabetic patients in the country, which has increased to more than 73 million.

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