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TUES., JUN. 26, 2012: JUST-RELEASED NATURAL HEALTH STUDY
LOW VITAMIN D LEVELS LINKED TO HIGHER RISK OF DIABETES TYPE 2: Scientists have found an association between low blood levels of vitamin D in those with prediabetes and the odds of developing metabolic syndrome, a group of related risk factors that often lead to type 2 diabetes or heart disease. (Prediabetes is a condition of high blood sugar levels, not yet high enough to be classified as diabetes, with increased risk of acquiring the diabetes.) People with the highest levels of serum vitamin D showed a 48 percent lower risk of having metabolic syndrome than did those with the lowest vitamin D levels. Researchers measured blood levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D, the common way to determine vitamin D levels in the body; adequate levels according to the Institute of Medicine are between 20 and 30 ng per mL. Those with the highest levels, a median of 30.6 ng per mL, were found to have about one half the odds of having metabolic syndrome, compared to those with the lowest levels, whose median was 12.1 ng per mL. This study was presented June 25, 2012 in Houston at the annual meeting of The Endocrine Society. It has not yet been published or posted.

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A 2013 study analyzing chicken nuggets from two national fast food chains found they were only 40-50 percent meat with the rest made up of ground bone, nerve, connective tissue, and epithelia, the cells that line the skin and organs.

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