Theme: Theme: â€œStrategies to Prevent & Manage Obesityâ€
NUTRITION MEET 2022
ME Conferences invites all members and supporters from worldwide to attend “5th World Congress on Nutrition and Obesity Prevention” during on July 25, 2022 as a webinar. The conference highlights the theme “Strategies to Prevent & Manage Obesity” welcomes the leading academic Scientists, Researchers, professors, Business delegates, talented student communities and research for sharing their experiences and research conclusion about all aspects of Nutrition and Obesity Prevention.
WHY TO ATTEND:
With all members from around the World focused on learning about Nutrition and Obesity Prevention, this is your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Nutrition and Obesity community. Conduct Presentations, Distribute information, meet with current and Potential Scientists, make a splash with new advancements, and receive name recognition at this International Conference. World-renowned speakers and Newest Innovations in Nutrition and Obesity are hallmarks of this conference. We look forward to meet you at one of our ME Conferences, “5th World Congress on Nutrition and Obesity Prevention” during July 25 as a webinar.
The World Congress on Nutrition and Obesity Prevention highlights the evolving strategies for Obesity, Obesity Medicines, Weight loss-management, childhood obesity, physical therapy, exercise and upcoming challenges in field of Medicine & Healthcare.
WHO TO ATTEND:
- Metabolic and Bariatric Surgeons
- Basic and Clinical Research Scientists
- Diabetes Educators
- Integrated Health Professionals
- Physical Therapists
- Industry Professionals
- Fitness Professionals
- Health Promoters
- Sports Nutritionist
Track 1: Clinical Nutrition
Clinical Nutrition centres on the prevention, diagnosis, and management of nutritional changes in patients linked to chronic diseases and conditions primarily in health care. It incorporates primarily the scientific fields of nutrition and dietetics. Clinical Nutrition is the nourishment of patients in human services. Clinical alludes to the administration of patients which incorporates outpatients at clinics and furthermore inpatients in healing clinics. It joins the logical fields of nourishment and dietetics. It intends to keep a solid vitality adjust in patients, and in giving adequate measures of different supplements, for example, protein, vitamins and minerals.
- Vitality Balance
- Oral organization
- Enteral organization
- Immune nourishment
Track 2: Healthy Diet
Healthy diet helps to protect against malnutrition in all its forms, as well as non-communicable diseases (NCDs), including such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer and stroke. Healthy practices of dietary start early in life – breastfeeding fosters healthy growth and improves cognitive development, and may have longer term health benefits such as reducing the risk of becoming overweight and developing NCDs later in life. Keeping salt intake helps to prevent and reduces the risk of heart disease and hypertension stroke in the population of adult. Consuming a healthy diet throughout the life-course helps to prevent malnutrition.
- Plenty of colourful vegetables, legumes/beans.
Track 3: Nutritional Immunity
Nutritional immunity is the sequestration of bioavailable trace metals such as iron, zinc and copper by the host to limit pathogenicity by invading microorganisms. As one of the most conserved activities of the innate immune system, limiting the availability of free trace metals by cells of the immune system serves not only to conceal these vital nutrients from invading bacteria but also operates to tightly regulate host immune cell responses and function. In the setting of chronic lung disease, the regulation of trace metals by the host is often disrupted, leading to the altered availability of these nutrients to commensal and invading opportunistic pathogenic microbes. Similarly, alterations in the uptake, secretion, turnover and redox activity of these vitally important metals has significant repercussions for immune cell function including the response to and resolution of infection.
Track 4: Preventive Nutrition
Preventive nutrition involved adopting eating habits with the aim of preventing or reducing the risk of diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis. These are diseases where there is already substantial evidence that diet plays a role in their development.
- Vitamin C
Track 5: Maternal and Child Nutrition
A healthy maternal dietary pattern, along with adequate maternal body composition, metabolism and placental nutrient supply, reduces the risk of maternal, fetal and long-term effects in the offspring. The topic of maternal and child nutrition includes preconception, antenatal, and postnatal maternal nutrition, women's nutrition throughout their reproductive years, as well as fetal, neonatal, and child nutrition, Improved nutrition during pregnancy, lactation, and early childhood are important ways to avoid micronutrient deficiencies, for both mothers and children. Good maternal nutrition during pregnancy improves the birth outcomes of children and reduces the risk of pregnancy-related health complications.
- Maternal Nutrition
Track 6: Food and Diet
It’s no secret that the amount of calories people eat and drink has a direct impact on their weight: Consume the same number of calories that the body burns over time, and weight stays stable. Consume more than the body burns, weight goes up. Less, weight goes down. There’s ample research on foods and diet patterns that protect against heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and other chronic conditions. The news is that many of the foods that help prevent disease also seem to help with weight control-foods like whole grains fruits, nuts and vegetables.
- Protein and Weight
- Whole Grains, Fruits and Vegetables
- Diet quality and quantity
Track 7: Vegan & Plant-based Nutrition
Plant-based recommendation to a diet that only consists of plant foods. A plant-based diet whole foods, also excludes prepared packaged and foods oils. “Vegan” indicates that animals are removing from the diet, products and lifestyle decisions. A plant-based diet mainly consists of plants most people use the term to refer to a plant diet, but few people include small amounts products of animals. A diet of vegan totally eliminates all products of animals. Utilization of very small amounts of animal foods can be important when speaking of the health benefits of a diet.
Track 8: Nutrition and Pregnancy
Nutrition is all about eating a balanced and healthy diet so your body gets the nutrients that it needs. Nutrients are substances in foods that our bodies need so they can grow and function. They include fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, proteins, minerals and water. When you're pregnant, nutrition is much vital than ever. You need many nutrients than you did before pregnancy. Making healthy food choices every day will help you give your baby what he or she needs to develop. It will also help that you and your baby gain proper amount of weight.
- Folic acid is a B vitamin
Food allergies occur when your immune system seems a specific food as something harmful. Immune system triggers cells to release antibodies known as immunoglobulin E (IgE). This is what triggers histamine release that causes nausea, diarrhoea, vomiting or abdominal pain. Most food-allergic children are at an increased risk of nutritional deficiencies mostly when they have allergies to commonly used allergens such as milk, soy, eggs and wheat.
- Vitamin B12
Track 10: Physical activity
Physical activity refers to all motions including during time of leisure, for transport to get to and from places, or as part of a person's work. Both moderate- and vigorous-intensity physical activity improve health.
Track 11: Food safety and Quality concerns
Although organic food may not necessarily offer higher nutritional value, certified organic foods will reduce your intake of pesticides and other chemicals. In this regard, extra cost is still worth it. Organic or not, washing of all produce is still critical to minimizing food poisoning.
- Food production Changes and supply, including more imported foods.
- Changes in the environment leading to contamination in food.
Children with chronic health conditions may have some activity limitations, abnormal discomfort, and frequent pain or development growth, more hospitalizations medical treatments and outpatient visits. Children with severe disabilities may be unable at times to participate in school and look activities. Children’s response to a chronic health condition mostly depends on their developmental stage when the condition occurs. Chronic conditions who are suffering from Children with that appear in infancy will respond variantly than children who develop conditions during puberty.
- Developmental disabilities
- Inborn errors of metabolism
- Chronic disease
- Nutritional assessment
- Nutritional therapy
Track 13: Childhood Obesity
Childhood obesity is a condition where surplus body fat has an adverse impact on a child’s wellbeing. It has a series of factors that often act in combination. Though both-parent obesity is a important factor for childhood obesity, psychological factors and the child’s body type right from the birth matters. Children are also influenced and influence by modern-day food habits i.e. energy-dense cheap foods with less energy that ultimately affects their health. Over the past three decades, the incidence of childhood obesity has almost tripled and is now a major public health problem, globally. Obesity is the prime cause for diabetes and many researchers has proved that type 2 diabetes has a important relationship with obesity. Obese children are twice as likely to develop diabetes when compared with the children who are of normal weight.
- Lack of exercise
- Family factors
- Psychological factors
For human health vegetables are important because of their vitamins, minerals, phytochemical compounds, and dietary fiber content. Commonly antioxidant vitamins (vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E) and fiber content have important roles in health of human. Adequate consumption of vegetable can be protective some chronic diseases such as diabetes, metabolic syndrome, cancer, obesity, cardiovascular diseases, as well as increase in risk factors related with these diseases. Information will be given about the preparation and classification of vegetables, cooking, and their effects on food content of vegetables and effects on health and diseases (metabolic syndrome, obesity, cancer diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases.
- Metabolic syndrome
- Cardio vascular diseases
- Cancer cooking
Track 15: Low birth weight
Low birth weight is most often caused by being born too early (premature birth). That means before 37 weeks of pregnancy. A premature baby has less time in the mother's womb (uterus) to grow and gain weight. Much of a baby's weight is gained during the last weeks of pregnancy. Another cause of low birth weight is a condition called intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR). This occurs when a baby does not grow well during pregnancy. It may be because of problems with the placenta, the mother's health, or the baby's health. Low birth weight is a term used to describe babies who are born weighing less than 2,500 grams.
- Multiple birth
Track 16: Cardiovascular risk and obesity
It is well known that obesity is an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD) and one of the main causes of the increased risk of diseases such as dyslipidemia, insulin resistance, high blood pressure (HBP), hypertension, and atherosclerosis both in adults and children. Obesity and increased adipose tissue influence the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis. The adipose tissue, which is in fact a dynamic organ, is divided in white adipose tissue (WAT) and brown adipose tissue (BAT) and is associated with metabolic and inflammatory systems, with protective effects on energy homeostasis. WAT secretes peptides and proteins that act by control physiological and biological conditions and play an important role in obesity, immune functions, insulin resistance, inflammatory cardiovascular disease and atherosclerosis.
- Obesity and Overweigh
- High Blood Pressure
Track 17: Nutritional issues for Athletes
Good nutrition means eating a variety of foods. Many people get stuck in a routine of eating the same five to ten staple foods over and over again: pasta, bananas, bagels, chicken, carrot sticks and lettuce salad. But we need to mix things up a little. Remember the 80-20 rule. If the food offers no nutritional value at least aim to get maximum psychological pleasure out of it.
Track 18: Bariatric surgery
Gastric bypass and other weight-loss surgeries — known collectively as bariatric surgery involve making changes to your digestive system to help you lose weight. Bariatric surgery is done when diet and exercise haven't worked or when you have serious health problems because of your weight. Some procedures limit how much you can eat. Other procedures work by reducing the body's ability to absorb nutrients. Some procedures do both. While bariatric surgery can offer many benefits, all forms of weight-loss surgery are major procedures that can pose serious risks and side effects.
- High blood pressure
- Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) or nonalcoholic steato hepatitis (NASH)
- Sleep apnea
- Type 2 diabetes
Track 19: Importance of Nutrition Education
Nutrition education is a Important part of a broad health education program and empowers children with skills and knowledge to make beverage choices and healthy food. Nutrition in a proper promotes healthy pregnancy result, supports development, normal growth and ageing, helps to maintain body weight which is healthy and reduces the risk of chronic disease leading to overall wellbeing and health. Increased likelihood of children creating healthy habits at a young age.
- Decreased risk of obesity among elementary students who have participated in nutrition education
- Improved cognitive development and a potential to decrease behavioral outbursts in an educational setting
TRACK 20: Digital addiction obesity
As for technology dependence mobile phone, computer, television, internet dependency come first. While rapid progress of technology simplifies our daily living, its misuse may cause psycho physic-pathologic symptoms obesity among children and teenagers. Technology dependence is an important public health problem. The objective of this research is to investigate the association between rapidly increasing obesity and internet addiction, a major health problem. If time spent on television and internet reaches pathological levels then grave health results could be expected in our children. Youngsters and Families should be educated about smart usage of internet to prevent damages of technology addiction and obesity upon physical health and mental health. This education should be given before internet addiction begins.
- Internet Addiction
The sports nutrition products are Isotonic drink powder, capsule/tablets, ready-to-drink protein drink, protein bars, supplement powder and more. The Global Sports Nutrition Market was valued at USD 2.63 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 6.92 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 11.35% from 2017 to 2025.
The Probiotics Market: Ingredients, Supplements, Foods
The global market for probiotics should grow from $39.2 billion in 2017 to $57.2 billion in 2022, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.8% from 2017 through 2022.
Pediatric Medicines: Global Markets
Clinical nutrition is the nutrition of patients in health care. It is the practice of assessing if a person is consuming an adequate amount of nutrients for good health and well-being. The global pediatric market should grow from $92.6 billion in 2019 to reach $116.6 billion by 2024 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.7% for the period of 2019-2024.
London is best city in world to visitors. London is perhaps best known for history and culture to fine food. London has great importance due to its high connectivity. Best country to study nutrition subject and having best Dieticians and Nutritionists here from all over the world.
It is famous for the top-notch standard of its restaurants, pub food, cafes and street food, both traditional and modern. Due to the eating habit more than half of London’s adult population is classed as overweight or obese – less than the national average. More than half of London’s adult population is classed as overweight or obese – less than the national average.
- The British Museum
- Tower of London
- Natural History Museum
- Victoria and Albert Museum
- The National Gallery
- Buckingham Palace
- St. Paul's Cathedral
- lastminute.com London Eye
- Tower Bridge
- Thames cruise
Scope of Dietetics and Nutrition in UK
This degree will offer you the most in-demand skills that big and small employers sought for employing professionals at Dietetics and Nutrition roles within different facets of this professional field starting from Administrative nutritionist to public health dietitian roles.
Universities In London
- Loughborough University
- University of Leeds
- University of Glasgow
- University of Nottingham
- Harper Adams University
- University of Aberdeen
- King's College London
- Karolinska Institutet
- University of Copenhagen
- University of Manchester
- University of Helsinki
Major Nutrition associations in London
- Nutritionist Resource
- Freelance Dietitians Group
- England Nutrition
- Action Against Hunger UK
- Association of Naturopathic Practitioners
- First Steps Nutrition Trust
- The European Nutrition for Health Alliance
- The Power of Nutrition
- Institute for Optimum Nutrition
- British Association for Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition
- British Nutrition Foundation
- British Dietetic Association
- Nutrition Society
- Association For Nutrition
- British Specialist Nutrition Association Ltd
- Clinical Nutrition
- Healthy Diet
- Nutritional Immunity
- Preventive Nutrition
- Maternal and Child Diet
- Food and Diet
- Vegan & Plant-based Nutrition
- Nutrition and Pregnancy
- Food allergies affect Nutritional Health
- Physical Activity
- Food Safety and Quality Concerns
- Pediatric and Adult Nutrition in Chronic Diseases
- Role of Vegetables in Human Nutrition and Disease Prevention
- Low Birth weight
- Cardiovascular risk and obesity
- Nutritional issues for Athletes
- Bariatric surgery
- Childhood Obesity
- Importance of Nutrition Education
- Digital Addiction Obesity
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