ProactiveLife Discusses Recent Studies That Shed Light on Correlation Between Vitamin D Levels and Type 2 Diabetes Risk

December 29, 2011

Recent studies published raise the concern about low-levels of vitamin D and Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes Support contains 2000 IU of Vitamin D3 to support lower blood sugar levels naturally.

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA (PRWEB) December 29, 2011

Recent studies attempt to shed light on the role Vitamin D plays in Type 2 Diabetes. A study published in the journal Diabetes Care 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. According to the Mayo Clinic, “In recent studies, adults given vitamin D supplementation were shown to improve insulin sensitivity.”

A new company called ProactiveLife (http://www.proactivelife.com) incorporates 2,000 IU of Vitamin D3 to lower blood sugar naturally and protect against Type 2 diabetes. ProactiveLife was started to help people with chronic disease improve their health by incorporating community, lifestyle changes, and natural supplements clinically proven and conveniently packaged to assist in one´s overall being.

Diabetes Support contains 10 clinically proven ingredients to lower blood sugar naturally including cocoa, cinnamon, omega-3, vitamin D and others. Along with lifestyle changes including diet and exercise Diabetes Support is a new proactive approach to Type 2 Diabetes management. A Community of Experts has been created to share tips on healthy eating, proper exercise and provide the latest news on diabetes.

Over 79 million people and growing are at risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes; a new approach combining lifestyle modification and clinically proven natural supplements utilizing a proactive approach is needed.

James Lowenstein




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