Vitamin D Deficiency and Metabolic Sindroms: Literature Review

Strada Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan

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Title Vitamin D Deficiency and Metabolic Sindroms: Literature Review
 
Creator Indarti, Yuli
 
Description Based on current research, lack of micronutrients, especially Vitamin D, is thought to be associated with metabolic disorders. A good understanding of vitamin D deficiency as a risk factor for metabolic disorders is the basis for establishing policies and programs. This study aimed to determine the relationship between vitamin D and metabolic syndrome (MetS) and its parameters. Search for articles in literature review through Scientdirect, PubMed, Medline, and Google Scholar  were publication periods between 2010-2019. Vitamin D/serum 25 (OH) D levels  is associated with obesity, hypertention, glycemia index but studies relating vitamin D deficiency and lipid profiles have not shown consistent results. Most of research found association of Vitamin D and Metabolic Syndrome (MetS). Based on the review, most of the study results indicate that Vitamin D is associated with parameters in the metabolic syndrome, so that Vitamin D could be a new risk factor for MetS
 
 
Publisher Institut Ilmu Kesehatan STRADA Indonesia
 
Date 2021-05-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://www.sjik.org/index.php/sjik/article/view/625
10.30994/sjik.v10i1.625
 
Source STRADA Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan; Vol 10 No 1 (2021): STRADA Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan; 1356-1362
2614-350X
2252-3847
10.30994/sjik.v0i0
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://www.sjik.org/index.php/sjik/article/view/625/583
 

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