Vitamin C And Metabolic Syndrome: Meta-Analysis Finds Sufficient Intake Associated With Reduced Risk

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“Dietary and circulating vitamin C levels are inversely associated with metabolic syndrome, according to a new meta-analysis of observational studies.” [Source: nutraingredients-asia.com]

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A disorder in which health problems such as obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and impaired glucose metabolism occur together, metabolic syndrome significantly increases the risk for heart attack, stroke, and diabetes. Also sometimes referred to as ‘syndrome X’, vitamin D deficiency is a known risk factor for the condition.

Research has shown that ensuring proper vitamin C and D consumption can alleviate metabolic syndrome, and that combining supplementation with exercise maximizes the impact against it. Taking vitamin B supplements can also help ease the problem.

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