RE: What Are The Long Term Metabolic Effects Of Childhood Malnutrition?
I am certainly happy at the outcome of this study. And for sure, it isn't a waste of time reading this in the first place because the information gained is more important than anything else.
...exposure to a high fat, high calorie diet later in life after having been malnourished in early life does not make one more likely to develop diabetes (glucose sensitivity) or fatty liver disease later on in life.
I very much agree with this outcome because I can't imagine what would have happened to malnourished people if the reverse was to be the case as it is evident that majority of world's population from development countries may have suffered malnutrition at one point or the other.