Diminish Metabolic Syndrome Risks

A recent scientific article in the journal Medicine (Baltimore) finds vitamin D deficient subjects who also tested positive for the ulcer-causing bacterium Helicobacter pylori have twice the risk of metabolic syndrome … compared to those with neither condition. Research shows that something can be done about both the vitamin deficiency and the bacteria. Thus fortunately, the risks of metabolic syndrome can be significantly and readily lowered.

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