|The purpose of this research study is to determine if daily vitamin D3 intake reduces the rate of progression from pre-diabetes to diabetes.|
|About the Study|
|The incidence of diabetes is increasing at an alarming rate both nationally and worldwide with 1.9 million new cases diagnosed in 2010 in the US alone. The purpose of this study is to see whether taking vitamin D can lower the risk of getting diabetes in people with a high risk for diabetes. As a food ingredient or dietary supplement, vitamin D is generally recognized as safe. However, we do not know if vitamin D is effective in preventing diabetes.|
Number of visits:
|Up to 4 years|
|Earn up to $150/year 1 and up to $75/year for years 2-4 for participation.|
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