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Half of Women Over 50 Desperately Need This Potent Nutrient (Vitamin D) – April 2018

Vitamin D Can Significantly Lower Your Risk of Metabolic Syndrome Mercola

  • “In a recent study, nearly 58 percent of postmenopausal women with insufficient or deficient vitamin D levels had metabolic syndrome, prompting researchers to recommend vitamin D supplementation to lower incidence of the condition”

Section Titles Include
Low Vitamin D Raises Your Risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Associated Diseases
Other Studies Confirm Link Between Vitamin D and Metabolic Syndrome
Metabolic Syndrome Is Rooted in Insulin Resistance
Insulin Resistance and Hyperinsulinemia Lead to the Same End
Artificial Sweeteners Also Threaten Your Metabolic Health
How to Reverse Insulin Resistance

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