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Getting more sun can reduce a person's risk of diabetes and heart disease, study finds - Daily Mail

Getting more sun can reduce a person's risk of diabetes and heart disease, study finds - Daily Mail

Getting more sun can reduce a person's risk of diabetes and heart disease, study finds - Daily Mail
Aug 08, 2022 55 secs

The body can also convert sunlight into vitamin D in the skin, though, making outdoor time the easiest way to get your required intake.

They specifically looked to compare levels of vitamin D and C-reactive proteins that are tied to inflammation.

Vitamin D deficiency – when the level of vitamin D in your body is too low – can cause your bones to become thin, brittle or misshapen.

For most adults, vitamin D deficiency is not a concern. .

'High levels of C-reactive protein are generated by the liver in response to inflammation, so when your body is experiencing chronic inflammation, it also shows higher levels of C-reactive protein.

'This study examined vitamin D and C-reactive proteins and found a one-way relationship between low levels of vitamin D and high levels of C-reactive protein, expressed as inflammation

Blood test data revealed a clear link between vitamin D levels and C-reactive protein levels

Those who are at an increased risk of develop cardiovascular issues - or other related health problems - should also take care to make sure they are not compounding their risk by having a vitamin D deficiency

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