London: Lack of sunlight is putting millions of people in danger of developing type 2 diabetes as they do not have enough vitamin D, a new study has claimed. The Australian study, which is based on blood tests of over 5,000 people, found that people with good amount of vitamin D were less likely to develop type 2 diabetes. The findings could play a major role in combating the condition which has been increasing in recent years, the researchers at Melbourne Pathology said. Although plenty of exercise and a good diet can help prevent diabetes, the researchers said their study suggests that lack of enough sunshine could also be a contributoryfactor, the Daily Mail reported.
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