Vitamins and trace elements are essential for a well-functioning human body, and micronutrient deficiencies can lead to widespread health problems. This review, conducted by American research departments, discusses the consequences of micronutrient deficiencies in diabetes and insulin resistance. The level of micronutrients in the human body depends on many factors, like the origin and composition of the diet, and malnutrition can induce imbalances in glucose household and insulin resistance. Examples of inadequately supplied micronutrients, which can influence diabetes and insulin resistance, are selenium, zinc, and magnesium. More details can be found in the review.
Dubey, Thakur, Chattopadhyay