Cancer and Energy Balance, Epidemiology and Overview by Rachel Ballard-Barbash, David Berrigan (auth.), Nathan A.

By Rachel Ballard-Barbash, David Berrigan (auth.), Nathan A. Berger (eds.)

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34 R. Ballard-Barbash et al. In humans, the most compelling data come from a natural experiment of the Dutch famine in the Netherlands during the winter of 1945. Offspring that experienced severely limited calories in utero in the first trimester were heavier and longer at birth than those not exposed and as adults have higher BMIs, a more atherogenic lipid profile, and other serologic abnormalities. Those exposed to famine in the third trimester were lighter, shorter, and had smaller heads at birth than those unexposed, while as adults they demonstrate reduced glucose tolerance and other abnormalities [138].

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