Nutrition Meet 2020
Nutrition conference to host 3rd World congress on Nutrition and Obesity Prevention during the beautiful month of September 28-29, 2020, a webinar event. Working under the theme “Beating Obesity: Leading a Healthy Life” we bring the brightest and most productive minds to discuss the intricate concepts to evaluate our planet's health & sustainability with best nutrition.
Nutrition Meet 2020 has an overall view of webbing surgeons, nutrition experts, endocrinologists, and obese patients to discuss topics that are related to obesity and its cure with proper nutritional diet. Sessions discussed at the event will challenge you to think big, question and discover, break boundaries and redefine, be challenged and inspired. This conference focuses on nutritional value and quality of foods for the world with healthful eating habits. We are sure that this conference will definitely bring out new ways to change the opinions on weight loss with nutritional diet. So join us in this mission & take a step ahead along towards finding the greatest approach to create a disease free world.
- Obesity Specialists
- Metabolic & Bariatric Surgeons
- Physical Therapists
- Yoga & Fitness Professionals
- Drugs & R & D Medical Devices Manufacturing Companies
- Basic Clinical Research Scientists & Students
- Healthcare professionals
- Medical Colleges
- Integrated Health Professionals
- Business Entrepreneurs
- BMI Training Institutes
Sessions and Tracks
Track 1: Nutrition and Food Science
Food science deals with the general properties of food like (physical and chemical properties). It also deals with the changes which takes place due to package, storage of the food. Where as nutrition describes the interaction of nutrients and other food substances. It also includes food intake, absorption, integration, metabolism, catabolism and excretion. So both nutrition and food science together will develop a well-organized track to maintain a healthy life.
- Food Technology
- Infection and deficiency disorder
- Organic and inorganic complexes in food
- Vitamin Deficiency Diseases
Track 2: Nutrition and Metabolism
The diet of an organism is what it consumes in its meal, which is basically determined by the availability and palatability of foods. For humans, a healthy diet includes preparation of food and other methods of packing which will preserve the nutrients from oxidation, heat or leaching, and this will reduces the risk of foodborne diseases. Metabolism is a key factor which will help to attain the conversion of food into energy to maintain cellular processes; building blocks for nucleic acids lipids, proteins, and some carbohydrates; and the elimination of nitrogenous wastes for the complete availability of nutrients to the body.
- Metabolic syndrome
- Nutrient–gene interaction
- Nutrition and Sports Sciences
Track 3: Paediatric & Geriatric Nutrition
The paediatric nutrition describes about the healthy diet which will maintain appropriate availability of the nutrients to infants. This will also avoid the high nutrition risk and low nutrition risk which may leads to several acute and chronic diseases like; Malnutrition, Iron-deficiency anaemia, Vitamin-deficiency anaemia, Nutritional deficiency anaemia. Geriatric Nutrition put on nutrition principles to delay effects like aging and disease related to it. With age many physical changes occur. Once the body reaches physiologic maturity, the rate of cell regeneration will be decreased compare to rate of degeneration which will affect the management of the psychosocial, physical commonly associated with growing old.
- GI disorders
- Dietary factors
Track 4: Obesity, Diabetes & Endocrinology
Due to the accumulation of excess amount fat in the body leads to increases in the risk of health problems. One of the major diseases related to obesity is diabetes. Diabetes is a group of diseases which results in too much sugar in the blood. The most common type of diabetes will affects the way the body processes blood sugar (glucose) and the pancreas produces little or no insulin. Gestational diabetes is a form of high blood glucose which primarily affects pregnant women. Untreated may leads to potential complications like heart disease, stroke, kidney damage, nerve damage. Endocrinology is a branch of science which web up the studies of the endocrine system and hormones secreted by it in the human body. Hormones are chemicals which affect the actions of various organ systems in the human body. Examples include insulin, growth hormone, and thyroid hormone.
- Bariatric surgery
- Ayurveda treatment for obesity
- Thyroid Cancer
- Type 1 Diabetes.
- Type 2 Diabetes
Track 5: Obesity and Cardiovascular Diseases
The major cause for obesity is intake of excessive food, lack of physical activity, improper diet and genetic susceptibility. This food will leads to deposition of fat in body which will cause plaque. If the plaques rupture, it leads to heart attack (myocardial infarction). It may also leads to hypertension, arterial aneurysm and heart failure and may also leads to kidney failure.
- Hypertension (High Blood pressure)
- Coronary artery diseases
- Cardiac arrest
- Congestive heart failure
Track 6: Bariatric Surgery
Weight loss is achieved by various methods in which bariatric surgery is the major and important one. This is attained by removing the portions of the stomach or by reducing the size of the stomach with the gastric bands. In some causes the small intestine is re-routed into a small stomach pouch. The bariatric surgery is recommended for obese people with more than 40 BIM (Body Mass Index) or at least 35 and also in the patients with serious coexisting medical condition such as diabetes.
- Fertility and pregnancy
- Gastric bypass surgery
- Bariatric surgery side effects
Track 7: Chronic Diseases Linked with Obesity
A chronic disease is a human health condition that is constant or otherwise lifelong in its effects or a disease that arises with period. The word chronic is often used when the course of the disease lasts for over three months. Many such diseases which are associated with obesity are;
- Some cancers including colon, endometrial and breast cancer
- Gall bladder disease
- High B.P
- Type 2 diabetes (non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus)
Track 8: Junk Food and Obesity
The food which is pre-prepared or packaged that has very low nutritional value, high calories from fat or sugar, and less fibre, protein, minerals, vitamins in it. It can also refer to high protein food like meat which is prepared with saturated fat. Obesity is generally caused due to excess food intake and this is more prominent when a diet includes more calories in it. So avoiding junk food will reduce the risk of obesity.
- High calories
- Low minerals
- Added preservatives
- Saturated fat
Track 9: Technology Addiction to Obesity
Due to predominant increase in technology the rate of obesity also increased rapidly day by day. Technology has well-known to be helpful in numerous ways in today’s life, so people now a day has an easy access for everything they need. Researchers are concerned about the need of physical action and the fascination towards technology is causing kids to end up with overweight. This addiction and impact of technology cannot be measured due to the changes we do to use everything. Without a proper exercise to the body one can never beat the obesity.
- Chemical dependency, such as drugs or alcohol.
- Dependent personality disordered
- Anxiety disorder
Stress can cause both the desire to overeat and binge eating. Researchers found that people with high level of "stress hormone" over a long period of time, had a higher body mass index (BMI), when compared to the people with low level of the stress hormone. Stress can cause sweating to your palms and belly ache this kind of heaviness may leads to unhealthy food habits like binge eating. Commonly many people feels stressed, when they over eat something and starts feeling bad or worried about weight gain, which makes you more stressed.
- Eating disorders
- Tips to stop overthinking
- Meditation and yoga
Track 11: Nutritional Immunology & Food Allergies
The growth of IgE mediated allergic diseases is mainly influenced by many elements, including environmental and genetic factors for example farming and pollution, but nutrition is also responsible for food allergies. These allergies affect immune system to react unusually when exposed to one or more specific foods such as nuts, eggs, wheat and milk. Breastfeeding, vitamins, minerals, fibre, fruits, vegetables, cow’s milk, n-3 fatty acids, pre-, pro- and symbiotic also causes effects which leads to allergies. The diet of pregnant and breastfeeding women, influences intrauterine development, as well as breast milk composition.
- Autoimmune disease
- Immune disorders
- Medication and diet for pregnancy and breast feeding women
Track 12: Role of Nutrition in Disease Prevention
The nutrients we provide to our body will also play a vital role in our health, growth, development of functional abilities and prevention of diseases. Finest nutrition provides all nutrients in both kind and amount, these nutrients will be the foundation stone for good health and the cutting edge of prevention. The percentage of NCDs (non-communicable disease) is likely to increase to 57% by 2020. Nearly half of the total chronic disease deaths are attributable to obesity, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. The burden of chronic diseases is quickly increasing worldwide. In this situation the part of nutrients as determinants of chronic NCDs is well established and they therefore occupy a prominent place in prevention activities.
- Nutritional status
- Physical growth
- Resistance towards diseases
Nutraceuticals are detailed as pharmaceutical medication to possess aid in specific body functions. Whereas functional foods have additional capacity as new ingredients or existing ingredient are added. Dietary supplements arrive in a variability forms like conventional tablets, capsules, and powders, as well as drinks and energy bars. These incorporate vitamins D & E, minerals like calcium and iron, herbals and botanicals, amino acids, enzymes, and numerous different items like glucosamine, probiotics, and fish oils are likewise included.
- Calcium supplements
- Whole grains, sprouted grams and fermented foods
- Vegetables and fruits in diet
- Water and beverages
- Net protein utilization (NPU)
- Sodium and potassium intake
Track 14: Nutritional Value and Quality of Foods
Nutrition value is the content of food and the impact of elements on body. Food quality is an essential nutrition which consists of the nutritional value of a foodstuff. This may be contaminated during the manufacturing procedure. The nutrition value of food is vital part to understand because it affects the body, as it is related to cholesterol, fat, salt, and sugar intake. For the customers food label is the important tool to ensure the nutritional value of a product.
- Nutrient-rich foods
- Foods of animal and plant origin
- Micronutrients and macronutrients
- Protective foods
- Quality and quantity of food
Over weight is the chief cause for obesity, by maintaining a compatible diet programs one can overcome it. These programs may assemble weight loss over the short term, but maintaining such diet regularly is difficult and often requires huge attention which may lead to changes in the lifestyle. Researches advice that dietary intake and food eating pattern helps in prevent diseases and it will be easier to keep a check on calories which will also help preventing chronic disease.
- Mediterranean diet
- Vegas diet
- Flexitarian diet
- DASH diet (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension)
The main aim of (DPAS) is to limit the excess consumption of salt, sugars, and saturated fats, Tran’s fatty acids and increase the intake of vegetables, fruits and level up the physical activities. This is to avoid major risk factors responsible for the rapid growth of chronic diseases, like heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer which are the main reason for 60% of all global deaths.
- Reduce risk factors for chronic diseases
- Increase awareness of diet and physical activity on health
- Boosts mental health
- To improve relaxation and sleep quality
Track 17: New Directions in Obesity Treatment
The rate of weight issues in the Western global has extended significantly at some phase in the current quite a while. Treatment of stoutness starts with complete lifestyle the board. (i.e., weight reduction plan, substantial leisure activity, conducts change). Logical proof recommends that multidisciplinary applications dependably produce and save unobtrusive weight decrease somewhere in the range of 5% and 10% for the long-term time frame. Similarly as with all clinical conditions, incredible control of weight issues should be founded on an organization among a reasonably affected patient and gathering of wellbeing specialists
- Diabetes prevention program
- Weight management by dietary strategies
- Preventing obesity in the early stages
- Gut micro biome
Track 18: Critical care & Nutrition
Critical care nutrition is a given to the individuals who are admitted in Intensive Care Unit (ICU). It is given based on the medical evidence and nutritional requirements for the patient. The nutrition which is provided will be helpful in decreasing the disease and increase the mortality. New changes have been developed now days in the field of nutrition provided in the critical care. The registered dietician’s network has developed nutrition documents for the patients in the critical care.
- Clinical Dietitian Services
- Manuals & Nutrition Resource
Track 18: Research, Statistics and Case Reports
Worldwide obesity has nearly increased since 1975 and the rate continued to triple every year. The number of obese people in the world total is approximately 2.1 billion, which makes up about 30% of the total population. Over 3 million people each year die from obesity. More the 41 million children under the age of 5 were overweight in the year 2019. Compared with past studies there are 7.9 million new cases of diabetes every year and many new cases of chronic heart diseases and stroke with an average of 6.8million were affected. 39% of both men and women aged 18+ were overweight in which 11% of men and 15% of women were obese.
3rd World Congress on Nutrition and Obesity Prevention welcomes speakers, exhibitors and delegates from all over the world to to take part in the webinar event during September 28-29, 2020. The sorting out panel is planning for an engaging and instructive meeting project including addresses, workshop and symposia on a wide classification of points, notice introductions, youthful specialist gathering and different projects for members from over the world.
IMPORTANCE AND SCOPE:
People haven’t given the problem of being overweight and obese the same attention as other risks such as smoking, but it is a top health issue. Obesity isn’t just limited to one part of the world. The effects of overweight continued to increase and have never come to an end since many years. The chances of being food insecure are higher for women than men in every continent. The immense advancement of the technology, lack of physical activities and high fat content in the diet are the many factors for obesity. About 30% of the world population where affected with obesity. So there is a need to upturn the awareness about obesity and the ways and means which are available to avoid it with a proper nutritional diet should be spotlight.
RECENT RESEARCHES ON OBESITY WORLDWIDE:
Today worldwide children under 5 who are overweight (high weight-for-height): 40 million (5.9%), School-age children and adolescents who are overweight: 338 million, Adults who are obese: 672 million (13% or 1 in 8 adults).
More than 2.1 billion people close to 30 per cent of the global population today are overweight or obese, according to the World Health Organisation. Obesity is costing the world $2 trillion a year, nearly as expensive as armed conflict and smoking. This is a ticking time bomb. The recent studies predict that almost half of the world’s adult population could be overweight or obese by 2030.
MAJOR ASSOCIATIONS AROUND THE GLOBE:
- All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity (AIAARO)
- Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO)
- American Obesity Association (AOA)
- Associations of Urban Environment and Obesity
- Dieticians Association of Australia
- The Nutrition Society of Australia
- Austrian Nutrition Society
- Belgian Nutrition Society
- All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity
- British Nutrition Society
- Brazilian Society of Surgical Endocrinology
- World Obesity Federation
- National Lipid Association
- Association of Parental and Child Overweight and Obesity
- This Stigma of Obesity – Association for Psychological Sciences
- Association for Physical Activity, Diet and Obesity Measure
- Obesity Medicine Association
- Association of Obesity, Alcohol Abuse and Smoking
MAJOR HOSPITALS AROUND THE WORLD ASSOCIATED WITH OBESITY:
- Massachusetts General Hospital
- H&HN Hospitals & Health Networks
- MAYO Clinic
- Cleveland Clinic
- Boston Children’s Hospital
- UR High Land Medicine Hospital
- Stanford Health Care
- Narayana Health (NH)
- Sliverline Hospitals
- Texas Heart Institute
- Apollo Hospitals
- University of Rochester Medical Center
- OWH Office on Women’s Health
- Central Intelligence Agency
- Cleveland Clinic
- UCSF Medical Center
- Johns Hopkins Hospital
- North-western Memorial Hospital
- Brigham and Women’s Hospital
- Better Health
- Chestnut Hill Hospital
- Laney Hospital & Medical Center
- University of Maryland Medical Center
- BAPEN Advancing Clinical Nutrition
- SHARP Health Plan
- American Diabetes Association
- Heath & Social Care Information Centre
- Holy Cross Hospital
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The International Society for Nutrition and Functional Foods, The European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, European Childhood Obesity Group (ECOG), Association for European Cancer, Finnish Society for Nutrition Research, Belgium International Confederation Dietetic Associations, European Association for the Study of Obesity Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases, Romania European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR).
Asian Association for the Study of Diabetics, Philippine Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism, All India Association for Advancing Obesity Research, Diabetic Association of the Republic of China, The Nutrition Society of Australia, The Korean Nutrition Society, Obesity & Metabolic Surgery Society of Singapore (OMSSS), Nutrition Society for Malaysia.
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