Belly fat linked to vitamin D deficiency

A new study reveals that individuals with higher levels of belly fat and larger waistlines are more likely to have lower vitamin D levels.

Currently, in medical circles, vitamin D is the talk of the town.

Produced in our skin on contact with sunlight, it plays a myriad of roles in the human body.

In the past few months, Medical News Today have covered a wealth of research into the group of fat-soluble secosteroids more commonly known as vitamin D.

Vitamin D blood test

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