Foodomics: Advanced Mass Spectrometry in Modern Food Science and Nutrition – Article Example

 The paper "Foodomics: Advanced Mass Spectrometry in Modern Food Science and Nutrition" is a worthy example of an article review on health studies&medicine. Diabetes is a disease or condition that is characterized by inefficiencies in the functioning of insulin. Insulin is a hormone involved in the regulation of glucose levels, in the body, by influencing glucose metabolism. The aim of this paper is to review a research conducted to investigate the impact of breastfeeding children in the development of diabetes type 1. Data on this subject was sourced from MEDLINE, EMBASE, and Web of Science and authors of articles found in these databases asked for their individual participation. According to the article, there was an illustrated decrease in the prevalence of developing diabetes. This was demonstrated by the reduced development of type 1 diabetes when there was exclusive breastfeeding for not less than two weeks. But after this two week period passed, there was a reduced association between breastfeeding and the development of diabetes type 1. The study does not give an insight into what influences the decline in resistance to the development of type 1 diabetes. It provides the premise of exclusive breastfeeding having a positive impact on resistance to diabetes type 1 development. The study establishes that the possibility of developing diabetes type 1 returns to normal after the first two weeks. This might be caused by the involvement of other factors like the constitution of the diet and the environment. The study has been able to demonstrate the role exclusive breastfeeding plays in contributing to diabetes type 1 development. The meta-analysis technique used to analyze the data garnered by the study is suitable for this type of research. This is because it enables comparison of different sets of data from various studies deduction of favorable conclusions regarding the subject matter (Cifuentes, 2013). Meta-analysis was able to identify patterns among the various study results and come up with a viable relationship between the data sets.