Steroids and diabetes mechanism

Subjects who were breastfed had a lower risk of type 2 diabetes in later life than did those who were formula fed (7 studies; 76 744 subjects; odds ratio: ; 95% CI: , ; P = ). Children and adults without diabetes who had been breastfed had marginally lower fasting insulin concentrations than did those who were formula fed (6 studies; 4800 subjects; percentage difference: -3%; 95% CI: -8%, 1%; P = ); no significant difference in fasting glucose concentrations was observed. Breastfed infants had lower mean preprandial blood glucose (12 studies; 560 subjects; mean difference: - mmol/L; 95% CI: -, - mmol/L; P = ) and insulin (7 studies; 291 subjects; mean difference: - pmol/L; 95% CI: -, pmol/L; P = ) concentrations than did those who were formula fed.

Steroids and diabetes mechanism

steroids and diabetes mechanism

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