Your remark is neither logical nor helpful.
It may not have been helpful to you, but it is perfectly logical.
Correlation does not imply causation.
If it said that it "appears" or "our data suggests", I might be bothered to read it.
However, absolute statement like this: "It is now clear that Type 2 diabetes is caused by abnormal fat storage." are always wrong.
Brboyer – a lawyer at work.
Vary rarely –if any is any disease 100% curable and numbers vary based upon success rate of any particular cure and Human body complexities.
Picking nit picking fights like this and hammering the author for being absolute seems
A bit perverse.
The more important issues is that folks at Newcastle are using advanced mri spectography to analyze changes in body and organs – pancreas and liver during the initial phases of their 600 calorie diet versus roux y – bariatric surgery and its after diet of 600 calories starting up.
To me a 30 year plus type 2 who has had some measure of success containing is own mess and managing, I am glad to see some advanced research into type 2 diabetes and its problems that in my mind so far have revolved around type 1 research and the pancreas while ignoring rest of body for type 2.
The explosion in type 2 numbers suggests very strongly that the old recycled data, diets
And information are having little impact or limited success,
Its high time for type 2 diabetes to properly research how glucose is stored, processed and what limitations exist in the body’s control strategies to control excess glucose generation
From diet, liver leakage and how it can after a while back up and overwhelm the pancreas.