Researchers in Spain analyzed data obtained from over a thousand older men and women covering a 5.5 year time period. They found that the higher the intake of vitamin K1 the lower the risk of diabetes.
Similarly to obese individuals many older people at high risk for heart disease are also at risk for developing diabetes. In this study Spanish researchers at Universitat Rovira i Virgili in Reus Spain recruited 510 elderly people and estimated their vitamin K1 intake previously and over the course of the following year.
Adiponectin is a very-very good hormone released by fat cells. Adiponectin actually burns fat, protects the liver, and improves insulin sensitivity and improved insulin sensitivity is the opposite of diabetes. The very strange paradox is that as people gain weight their fat cells release less adiponectin.
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