The article explores the connection between having a low vitamin D level and having diabetes. A study was conducted and showed that there was a positive correlation between vitamin D concentration and insulin sensitivity in the body. Inversely, there was a negative correlation between low vitamin D levels and pancratic functions. More studies will be conducted.
It is also shown that vitamin D levels can affect a developing fetus. Another study looked at pregnant women. The study showed that if a woman has low vitamin D levels, the risk of having a child with type 1 diabetes doubles.
Diabetes and Vitamin D Levels