An extensive literature is available, tracking health outcomes at adulthood for the offspring of diabetic mothers. Many studies have found that offspring of diabetic mothers face an increased risk of developing impaired glucose tolerance, hypertension (HT), overweight and obesity, and dyslipidemia, as well as other noncommunicable diseases. Such outcomes may be partly linked to genetic and lifestyle exposure. But there is increasing evidence that fetal exposure to maternal diabetes is one of the multiple risk factors of chronic diseases and, in particular, the metabolic syndrome (MS) in adults.