A Study on Vitamin D among Athletics Officials in India
Author(s):
Prof. Rajesh Kumar
Keywords:
Vit D deficiency, diabetes, cancer
Abstract
Vitamin D regulates calcium absorption and, in conjunction with the parathyroid hormone, bone mineralization. Biochemical studies have implicated vitamin D deficiency in many chronic diseases including, but not limited to, infectious diseases, autoimmune diseases, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and cancer. Numerous epidemiological publications support the extra-skeletal benefits of vitamin D and they cannot be ignored even though majority of these are association studies or small randomized controlled trials.Indian Scenario: This study is conducted randomly on 10 male athletic officials between the Age group of 45 to 55 Years through blood Test Vitamin D 25 Hydroxy, D2 + D3 at Hyderabad. It was found all the 10 Members are having Vitamin D deficiency Levels less than 20 ng/ml. Vitamin D is needed to keep the body functioning well, helps for strong bones, prevent cancer, muscle weakness etc. Hence it is recommended to have enough Vitamin D food, supplements and carefully planned sunlight for the general population.
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Unique Paper ID: 152287

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2

Page(s): 892 - 894
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