The researchers used the dataFrom 294,970 UK Biobank participants. Compare vitamin D concentrations with levels C-Reactive (CRP), a widely used biomarker of inflammation. A direct link was found between low vitamin D and high C-reactive protein, but only in the case of A In a vitamin in this sense – there is no evidence of an effect of inflammation on vitamin D levels.
So the study sheds light on thatAn important vital sign for identifying people at higher or greater risk Chronic diseases with an inflammatory component.
Increased vitamin D in deficient subjects would reduce chronic inflammation and risk of chronic disease with an inflammatory component. synthesized under the influence Help repair It works on the mineralization of bones and teeth. It can also be found in food, especially in oils Fish and egg yolk.The