Newborn babies born with diabetes mellitus are three times more likely to be overweight or obese.
A similar study has shown that in the first five months, breastfeeding has decreased by 25% for a child.
Scientists have reviewed over 81,000 preschoolers in Alberta, Canada, from January 2005 to August 200.
Children were classified according to different categories, regardless of their size and weight, their birth rate, and their mothers' diabetes when pregnant.
The analysis showed that mothers who are not diabetes mellitus are more likely to have a 2.79-fold weight or overweight than those with congenital anesthesia and mothers who suffer from diabetes.
An ongoing study shows 39% of children at risk of obesity at maternity and childbirth (PMS).
The researchers took into account the type 1 and Type 2 diabetes mellitus. Connected with childhood obesity for mothers of type 2 disease.
According to Diabetologia, a study by Albert University's professor, Padma Kaul, said: "We hope these results will strengthen the public health campaign, which advises women planning to get pregnant, smoking, alcohol and other lifestyle choices, pregnancy weight, pregnancy weight loss and blood sugar control may have a major impact on the future health of children. "
– Association Press