[Study] Hero Vitamin LOWERS Diabetes Risk

Dear Turapür Today Reader,

Trying to control your blood sugar using mainstream methods can easily TAKE OVER your life.

You’re constantly over-planning your meals, watching your weight, checking sugar levels, and worrying about needles… and don’t even get me STARTED on the cost of insulin.

It’s just insane, almost TOO MUCH for any one person to handle…

But managing your blood sugar is about to get a whole lot EASIER…

Because researchers out of Brazil have just identified an incredible “hero vitamin” that LOWERS high sugar levels and CUTS the risk of diabetes!

You know it as vitamin D, “the sunshine vitamin” your body makes when it’s exposed to sunlight…

And in one study, published in the journal Menopause, researchers found that women with low blood levels of vitamin D (less than 30 ng/mL) were MORE LIKELY to have high blood sugar!

In other words, they saw that low vitamin D levels may be associated with a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes…

But here’s the good news: That data suggests that HIGHER levels of vitamin D correlate with a LOWER risk of diabetes!

Experts don’t fully understand the reasons behind this effect, but research suggests that vitamin D may improve glycemic control by promoting insulin sensitivity and improving pancreatic function.

Put simply, vitamin D helps our body better regulate insulin – and other studies are finding similar results.

Scientists at Warwick Medical School have concluded that seniors can reduce their chances of developing diabetes by a whopping 43 percent… just by maintaining healthier levels of vitamin D.

Trouble is, most people are actually DEFICIENT.

Aside from dairy and fatty fish, not many foods naturally include vitamin D… and as we age, our skin doesn’t use sunlight to make vitamin D as efficiently as when we were young.

Plus, our kidneys are less able to convert vitamin D to its active form.

That’s why it’s important to stay on top of your levels.

Ask your doctor for a vitamin D blood test that can identify whether low levels may be affecting your health.

This test is NOT part of routine blood work — so make sure you ask!

If your doctor determines your vitamin D level is low, high-dose vitamin D supplements can get you back on track.

The National Institute of Health recommends a daily dose of 600 international units (IU) for adults 19 to 70 years old and 800 IU for adults 71 and older.

Look for a vitamin D3 supplement online or at your local pharmacy.

Do you have feedback you want to share? Drop me a line: feedback@turapur.com.


Jack Taylor
Department of Research, Turapür Products

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