How A Low-cost Vitamin Halted Cholesterol Issues Among Women?

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A current research study has revealed that taking vitamin d and calcium after reaching menopause can lower the cholesterol levels among women. Much of that result has been tied to consuming greater levels of vitamin D, based on a research study made by the Women's Health Institute or the WHI, which is by The North American Menopause Society or NAMS.

Though the concern of whether it's calcium alone or vitamin D, or possibly the combination of both, accounts for improving cholesterol levels has been disputed for many years, a current research study made by the NAMS board of trustees intended to study the effects of Vitamin D, and by doing this, settle these questions once and for all.

The women within the WHI trial were made to take either a supplement containing 1,000 mg of calcium and 400 IU of vitamin D3 or a placebo. This analysis took a look at the relationship between taking supplements and levels of vitamin D and cholesterol in some 600 of the women who had both their cholesterol levels and their vitamin D levels evaluated.

It was uncovered that the women who took the calcium and vitamin D supplements were twice as likely to have vitamin D levels of at least 30 ng/mL, which are the typical vitamin D levels according to the Institute of Medicine. This was in contrast to the women who took the placebo. Supplement users were also found to have lower levels of low-density lipoprotein, otherwise referred to as the "bad" cholesterol, that were in between 4 and 5 points lower than those who took the placebo. In addition to these findings, the researchers discovered that amongst the supplement users, those with greater blood levels of vitamin D had greater levels of high-density lipoprotein, which is the "good" cholesterol, and lower levels of triglycerides, although for the triglycerides to be lower, blood levels of vitamin D needed to reach a threshold of about 15 ng/mL and lower.

According to the authors, though these findings do not instantly imply that consuming calcium or vitamin D translates to a reliable decrease in the rate of cardiovascular failure, or whether vitamin D deficiency could be a factor in greater levels of bad cholesterol, the authors do believe that the research study's results is an excellent reminder that women at greater risk for vitamin D deficiency must think about taking a quality calcium and vitamin D supplement such as our PLAINTUM Series Vitamin D3, which provides 5,000 IU of vitamin D in each pill.

"The results of this research study should really inspire even more women to be conscientious about their calcium and vitamin D intake-- a basic and safe method to enhance health. One action can lead to numerous advantages!" says NAMS Executive Director Margery Gass, MD.

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