Theme : Innovative strategies of improving health with best Nutrition
We feel honor to invite you for the “Global Conference on Nutrition” to be held during July 27-29, 2020 in Toronto, Canada.
Theme: Innovative strategies for improving health with the best Nutrition
This Conference offers a great platform and great opportunity to participate in the influential and international platform to share your knowledge and take part in invaluable scientific discussions and contribute to the future innovations and recent trends in the field of Nutrition, Diabetes, Malnutrition and many more with experts from all over the world to witness. It includes prompt keynote presentations, oral presentations, Poster presentations, Workshops, symposiums and Exhibitions with Nutrition development programs.
The main goal is to bring together creative and genius minds to give a talk on your research findings which are idea-focused and on a wide range of scientific sessions, to faster learning inspiration and get recognition for your work from all over the world under one roof.
• Diabetes Nutritionists
• Nutrition based companies
• Nutrition Researchers
• Department of Nutrition and Dieticians
• Nutrition Supplement based Companies
• Clinical Nutritionists
• Human Nutrition
• Business Entrepreneurs
• Pharmaceutical companies
• Young Researchers
• Training Institutes & Industry Professionals
Track 1 Clinical Nutrition: Clinical nutritionists use an integrated approach to healing, taking into consideration the whole person, mind, body, and soul. This approach is evidence-informed, meaning research findings and traditional medicine knowledge is combined to inform treatment plans. It recognizes that disease is complex and is caused by a combination of factors. It mostly works in primary and secondary healthcare. Primary care is a clients’ first point of contact with the health system, often at the preventative or early stages of health-related issues. Secondary care is generally for acute health-related issues requiring intervention.
Related Societies: American Council on Science and Health, American Society for Clinical Nutrition, American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.
Track 2 Human Nutrition and Dietetics: Human Nutrition and Dietetics is the application of the science of nutrition to the prevention and treatment of disease and also helps for the promotion of health. It provides an in-depth understanding of nutrition and metabolism, gained from the study of physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology and food science, with recognition of the influencing aspects of psychology and sociology.
Related Societies: International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Track 3 Malnutrition: Malnutrition is a condition that occurs when there is a deficiency of certain vital nutrients in a person’s diet. The deficiency fails to meet the demands of the body leading to effects on the growth, physical health, mood, behavior and other functions of the body. Malnutrition commonly affects children and the elderly. Malnutrition also entails conditions where diet does not contain the right balance of nutrients. This might mean a diet high on calories but deficient in vitamins and minerals. Thus being malnourished does not always mean that the person is underweight or thin. Related Societies: American Society for Nutrition (ASN), the Nutrition Society of Australia, Austrian Nutrition Society (Österreichische Gesellschaft for Ernährung).
Track 4 Nutrition & Metabolism: Our Nutrition and Metabolism researchers are investigating a range of areas, with the ultimate goal of delivering improved health outcomes to the community. One of our key areas of research involves a new appreciation for the role of the gut in our overall health. The links between nutrition, metabolism and human health are complex. The main objective of the Nutrition and Metabolism Section is to address these issues by evaluating the association between diet (including dietary patterns), nutrition, physical activity, and energy imbalance with cancer risk and intermediate outcomes in high and middle- to low-income countries using cohort and case-control designs, or human intervention studies.
Track 5 Probiotic Nutrients: Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for you, especially your digestive system. We usually think of these as germs that cause diseases. But your body is full of bacteria, both good and bad. Probiotics are often called "good" or "helpful" bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy. Many types of bacteria are classified as probiotics. Among other things, probiotics help send food through your gut by affecting nerves that control gut movement. Researchers are still trying to figure out which are best for certain health problems.
Track 6 Pediatric Nutrition: Pediatric nutrition considers the dietary needs of infants to support growth and development, including changes in organ function and body composition. Decisions parents make about nutrition and feeding their infants have short- and long-term effects on the babies' subsequent growth and development. Infectious disease and chronic digestive disease can be reduced with good nutrition choices such as breastfeeding. Breastfed infants have better overall health, so choices about pediatric nutrition are important considerations.
Track 7 Nutrition and Food Science: These two majors are similar in that they both centers on food, their emphasis on its implications are very different. Nutrition studies the relationship between foods and their effect on an individual’s health. Nutrition considers topics such as obesity, malnutrition, food insecurity and nutritional deficiencies. In comparison, Food Science considers chemical, biological, and physical properties of food in relation to the manufacturing, processing, and storage of food products.
Track 8 Nutrition Deficiencies: Nutritional deficiency occurs when the body is not getting enough nutrients such as vitamins and minerals. There are a number of conditions that are caused by nutritional deficiency such as anemia. The body requires vitamins to stay healthy and function properly. While vitamins can be found in the foods we eat, sometimes that is not enough. Some people may have a greater need for certain vitamins. Increasing the intake of nutrients can alleviate symptoms and conditions. Multivitamin and mineral supplements are commonly taken.
Track 9 Nutrition, Health, and Aging: Meeting the diet and nutrition needs of older people is, therefore, crucial for the maintenance of health, functional independence, and quality of life. While many older adults remain healthy and eat well those in poorer health may experience difficulties in meeting their nutritional needs. Malnutrition, encompassing both under and over nutrition increases health risks in the older population.
Track 10 Nutrition and Cancer: Cancer treatment often involves one or a combination of surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and biologic immunotherapy. These conventional methods of treatment are aimed at killing cancer cells but ultimately kill some healthy cells as well. Cancer patients, therefore, have the double burden of fighting cancerous cells and finding ways of replacing damaged cells. The nutritional needs of a cancer patient depending on several factors, including the stage of the disease the symptoms experienced, the type and frequency of the cancer treatment being used and the side effects associated with that treatment, and the effect of specific cancer on food and nutrient ingestion, tolerance, and utilization. For many cancer patients, managing nutritional needs while living with advanced cancer becomes a particular challenge that needs to be overcome.
Track 11 Obesity and Weight Management: The entire world is becoming overweight. Most people are motivated to try to lose weight for cosmetic reasons. Weight loss can decrease health risk factors and possibly improve prognosis. Weight loss can be difficult in people who are trying to stop smoking, as they tend to gain weight. Many weight loss systems are available and are not inexpensive. Athletes who are obese and fit must lose weight after retirement or suffer the consequences related to risk factors. Weight-loss medications work in most patients who also comply with lifestyle changes, but these drugs have a number of side-effects.
Track 12 Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics: Nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics hold much promise for providing better nutritional advice to the public generally, genetic subgroups and individuals. Because nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics require a deep understanding of nutrition, genetics, and biochemistry, it is often difficult, even for educated professionals, to appreciate their relevance to the practice of preventive approaches for optimizing health, delaying the onset of disease and diminishing its severity.
Track 13 Nutrition Supplements: Nutritional supplements are any dietary supplement that is intended to provide nutrients that may otherwise not be consumed in sufficient quantities; for example, vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acids or other nutritional substances. Products are usually ingested in capsule, tablet or liquid form. Nutritional supplements include vitamins, minerals, herbs, meal supplements, sports nutrition products, natural food supplements, and other related products used to boost the nutritional content of the diet.
Track 14 Human Nutrition: We believe being more active at every stage of life and preventing non-communicable diseases through healthy nutrition plays a fundamental role in a healthy lifestyle. Through our commitment to the health and well-being of people and our continuous collaboration with chosen industry experts and academics, we bring together the strong desire and profound knowledge needed to help improve the lives of people across the globe.
Track 15 Micro Nutrients: Micronutrients play a central part in metabolism and in the maintenance of tissue function. An adequate intake, therefore, is necessary, but the provision of excess supplements to people who do not need them may be harmful. Single micronutrient deficiency states are comparatively easily recognized and treated. Subclinical deficiency, often of multiple micronutrients, is more difficult to recognize, and laboratory assessment is often complicated by the acute phase response.
- Clinical Nutrition
- Human Nutrition and Dietetics
- Nutrition & Metabolism
- Probiotic Nutrients
- Pediatric Nutrition
- Nutrition and Food Science
- Nutrition Deficiencies
- Nutrition, Health and Aging
- Nutrition and Cancer
- Obesity and Weight Management
- Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics
- Nutrition Supplements
- Human Nutrition
- Micro Nutrients