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Effect of vitamin D supplementation on inflammation: protocol for a systematic review
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    Vitamin D induced effect on inflammation Via Oxidative Stress
    • Atif A Baig, Medical Resercher Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin

    We have read the respective authors. We agreed with their all listeratire and proposed protocols but we would like to add in the effect of Vitamin D on oxidative stress followed by its impact on inflammation in obesity or diabetes or diet restriction/non restriction states to be highlighted. With them the impact of article will be more wider and more focused though insulin resistance is not being addressed with these vitals.

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