Under nutrition is often an invisible and silent emergency.2 It recognizes that hunger and malnutrition are rooted in poverty, deprivation, and under development, and that they are the result of inadequate access to the basic requirements for nutritional well being, including safe and adequate food, care, health, education and a clean environment.1 Present study was designed to find the efficacy of the nutritional intervention for the recovery of impaired carbohydrate metabolism and correlation of weight and height with PP Sugar and BMI after nutritional rehabilitation.105 test and 100 control SAM children without infection, of 1 to 5 years of age and either sex were enrolled. Test group was given treatment of nutritional intervention therapy, providing 2.5 to 3gm Protein and 90 to 100 kcal / kg body Weight/day, for the three months. Their blood sugar, BMI, weight and height were measured before and after the nutritional therapy. Before the nutritional intervention treatment P values for F and PP blood glucose, BMI, Weight and height were insignificant suggestive of similar baseline characteristics at enrollment. After nutritional intervention treatment P values for F and PP blood glucose, BMI, Weight and height were significant suggestive. The r value of Pearson correlation coefficient for Sugar PP in the study group was, showing poor positive correlation with height and r value for BMI in the study group was showing poor negative correlation with height. The r value of Pearson correlation coefficient for Sugar PP in the study group was, showing poor negative correlation with weight and r value for BMI in the study group was showing poor positive correlation with weight. Depending on results the investigators conclude that for the speedy recovery of the impaired carbohydrate metabolism in SAM children it is the most effective food supplement.