We delightfully invite all the participants across the world to attend the Webinar on Food, Diet & Obesity which aims for “Brain Control and feeding in Behaviour’’, to be held on April 25th, 2022. Our main aim is to unify individuals in the scholarly community and society keen on diet and nutrition to deliver their talks on the current trends, significant issues related to research and clinical trials important for the public to be shared. Food, Diet & Obesity webinar acquires a wide platform for Dieticians, Nutrition Experts, Endocrinologists, Diabetes Educators, Doctors, Researchers, Young Researchers, Business Delegates and other Healthcare professionals to exchange ideas and knowledge.
Food, Diet & Obesity 2022 brings upon a new platform to share and discuss their research and critical reviews and converse about the newest research and novelties in the arena of Nutritional science, Nutrition, Health and Fitness, Diet, Diabetes and Obesity. This includes keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.
1: Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition
A clinical dietician is often at the centre of the interactions between doctor, patient, and the staff of the facility in which care is administered in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle and it is important to have a well-versed diet. Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition Services majors work with patients to manage health and diet needs and help them to reach goals. Under nutrition denotes insufficient intake of energy and nutrients to meet an character's needs to maintain good health. Most people with cancer are advice to stick to a healthy, balanced diet that includes plenty of lean protein, healthy fats, fruits, vegetables etc.
Diet for Diabetes
Diet for obesity
Diet for Vascular Diseases
Diet for Cancer
Diet for Under-nutrition
2 : Food Adulteration and Food Waste Management
Globally, regarding one third of all food created is lost or wasted on the management chain, causative to gas emissions and different environmental problems, wasting tremendous resources within the production processes, and creating reusable materials within the waste stream more durable to recover. Because the human population urbanises and grows cities have a chance to create on experiences from around the world to cut back their waste matter footprint, recover nutrients from waste matter, scale back gas emissions through renewable energy generation and improve their overall waste Food Science.
3 : Obesity & Overeating
Overeating and obesity are defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that presents a risk to health. A body mass index (BMI) over 25 is considered overweight, and over 30 is obese. The issue has grown to epidemic proportions, with over 4 million people dying each year as a result of being overweight or obese in 2017 according to the global burden of disease. Overeating causes the stomach to expand beyond its normal size to adjust to the large amount of food. The expanded stomach pushes against other organs, making you uncomfortable. This discomfort can take the form of feeling tired, sluggish or drowsy Obesity results from a combination of causes and contributing factors, including individual factors such as behaviour and genetics. Behaviours can include dietary patterns, physical activity, inactivity, medication use, and other exposures.
4 : Food, Health & Nutrition
Good Nutrition also involves avoiding certain kinds of foods. Sodium is used heavily in processed foods and is dangerous for people with high blood pressure. The USDA advises adults to consume less than 300 milligrams (mg) per day of cholesterol (found in meat and full-fat dairy products among others). Fried food, solid fats, and trans fats found in margarine and processed foods can be harmful to heart health. Refined grains (white flour, white rice) and refined sugar (table sugar, high fructose corn syrup) are also bad for long-term health, especially in people with diabetes. Alcohol can be dangerous to health in amounts more than one serving per day for a woman and two per day for a man. A healthy diet includes a lot of natural foods. A sizeable portion of a healthy diet should consist of fruits and vegetables, especially ones that are red, orange, or dark green. Whole grains, such as whole wheat and brown rice, should also play a part in your diet.
5: Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods
The health and wellness of human beings is largely dictated by the consumption of nutritious foods. Various studies have linked foods as helpful in combating a number of degenerative diseases; as such, a lot of research on functional attributes linked directly to the health benefits of various plant and animal foods have been witnessed in recent years. Although vast number of naturally occurring health-enhancing substances are of plant origin, there are a number of physiologically active components in animal products as well that deserve attention for their potential role in optimal health. Consumption of biologically active ingredients in fruits and vegetables has been linked to help combat diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases, obesity, and gastrointestinal tract disorders. Lot of research is required to substantiate the potential health benefits of those foods for which the diet-health relationships are not sufficiently validated, and create a strong scientific knowledge base for proper application of naturally present foods in combating various diseases and disorders.
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