The Effect Of Vitamin D3 On Insulin Secretion And Peripheral Insulin Sensitivity In Type 2 Diabetic Patients
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Study conducted in diabetic (type II) women with insulin resistance.
A month of vitamin D supplementation at 1332 IU was able to increase insulin secretion by 34.3%. This increased secretion was significantly correlated with serum vitamin D levels.
After one month, a 21.4% decrease in peripheral insulin resistance was also seen.