A new study has found that vitamin D supplements are not
as effective for obese people with a body mass index (BMI) greater than 30 as
for those with a BMI less than 25. are useful. 

Dietitian Dr. Linya Patel said from a study of 2,842
people under the age of 40 in the UK that those with a higher BMI and waist
circumference were more likely to have vitamin D deficiency. But surprisingly,
when they were given vitamin D tablets, they were less effective than others. 

vitamin D supplements

BMI is a method of measuring body fat although waist
measurement measures how much fat a person has around their abdomen. 

Body mass index
(BMI) is used as a useful indicator of overweight risk and is often used in
medical investigations. BMI is calculated by dividing weight in kilograms by
height in meters (squared). 

Vitamin D
supplements may not be effective for obese people, study finds 

Dr. Linya Patel said that researchers had two problems.
Initially, they found that people who were obese were deficient in vitamin D,
and when they tried to make up for the deficiency with supplements, their
vitamin D levels did not increase as much as those of normal weight. Seen in
the holder. So that was also a problem. 

He said that if you have a high BMI, you are more likely
to suffer from cardio-metabolic diseases (heart disease, diabetes, liver
problems, etc.) and if people are given vitamin D supplements, they will The
possibilities can be minimized. 

He said that it was a problem to prescribe vitamin D
supplements to everyone in the same way without considering different people. 

The potential role of vitamin D deficiency in increasing
the risks of various complications is controversial as several trials and
studies have provided inconclusive results. 

to Dr. Linya Patel, it is also quite possible that the tests are asking the
wrong questions.