The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Clinical nutrition is the practice of analyzing if a person is consuming an adequate amount of nutrients for good health. A clinical nutritionist is concerned with how nutrients in food are processed, stored and discarded by your body, along with how what you eat affects your overall well-being. Professionals in this field assess your nutritional needs based on your family and medical history, lifestyle and laboratory tests to make recommendations on your diet and individual nutritional needs. A clinical nutritionist may provide advice on changes to your diet that may help prevent disease.
- Track 1-1Enteral Nutrition
- Track 1-2Parenteral nutrition
- Track 1-3Role of Nutrition in prevention of disease
- Track 1-4Nutritional assessment
- Track 1-5Nutrition and Weight Status
Nutrition & Metabolism content focused on the integration of nutrition, exercise physiology, clinical investigations, and molecular and cellular biochemistry of metabolism. The areas of interest of Nutrition & Metabolism encompass studies in obesity, diabetes, lipidemias, metabolic syndrome and exercise physiology that have an underlying basis in metabolism. Likewise, we seek submission of manuscripts on the biochemistry of metabolism, cell signaling, molecular and cellular biology of nutrients, nutrient gene interactions and other areas that have implications for human nutrition and medicine.
- Track 2-1Carbohydrate Nutrition
- Track 2-2Nutritional Counselling
- Track 2-3Nutritional Biology
- Track 2-4Nutritional Awareness
- Track 2-5Nutritional Assessment
- Track 2-6Nutrition Properties
- Track 2-7Nutrition Physiology
- Track 2-8Nutrient Signalling
- Track 2-9Nutrient Intakes
An organic compound that the organism cannot synthesize in enough quantities and it's to be obtained through diet; thus, the fundamental quantity victuals is conditional upon the instances and the specific organism. Vitamins have various biochemical capabilities. Vitaminology is that the study of vitamins, together with their structures, modes of action, and performance in maintaining body health. whereas Lipidology is that the study of lipids that area unit a group of naturally happening molecules that accommodates fats, waxes, sterols, fat-soluble vitamins (together with nutrients A, D, E, and K), monoglycerides, diglycerides, triglycerides, phospholipids, and others. The main organic features of lipids accommodate storing energy, signaling, and performing as structural elements of cell membranes.
- Track 3-1Vitamins
- Track 3-2Enzymology
- Track 3-3Lipids
These bio-actives can play a role in improving our health or preventing disease. In addition, the chair group is involved in clinical projects where nutrition, pharma and disease are coming together. It is obvious that the borders between dietary intervention and pharmacotherapy are not always very clear. Of direct practical relevance are possible interactions between food products and drugs, which can be bi-directional. Relatively new-, but promising, is the use dietary intervention or specific supplements to improve effects or reduce side-effects of drugs.
- Track 4-1Clinical pharmacology
- Track 4-2Pharmacogenetics
- Track 4-3Pharmacogenomics
- Track 4-4Pharmacoepidemiology
- Track 4-5Systems pharmacology
- Track 4-6Theoretical pharmacology
- Track 4-7Neuropharmacology
- Track 4-8Cardiovascular pharmacology
- Track 4-9Psychopharmacology
livestock Nutrition manages production for optimal yields to ensure economic viability and to supply sufficient volumes to feed large populations. Organic farmers need to understand the nutritional needs of the livestock to produce tasty and nutritious organic animal products. The animal’s behavior, growth pattern, reproductive capacity and food production are intimately linked to the feed it consumes. The nutritional value of the feed and the feed components must be delicately balanced. The results of good organic management and good organic feed include the great taste, colour, texture, nutritional value and optimal yield of the food product. Animals, including humans, have a hierarchy of needs. The primary uses of nutrients derived from food are for general maintenance and reproduction. This channels the animal’s nutrients to survive, move and perform basic bodily functions. If there is additional energy and protein available, the animal may be able to devote resources to growth and good body condition. If your animals appear healthy but are not producing enough eggs, milk or meat for you, you may have a problem with a lack of energy and protein in the feed.
- Track 5-1Organic Livestock Nutrition
- Track 5-2Organic Livestock Nutrition
- Track 5-3Livestock Nutrition Aspects
- Track 5-4Livestock Protein Supply
- Track 5-5Health Benefits of Mushroom Nutrition
- Track 5-6Nonruminant Nutrition
- Track 5-7Nonruminant Nutrition
- Track 5-8Ruminant Nutrition
- Track 5-9Animal feed
- Track 5-10Animal feed
- Track 5-11Cheese Nutrition
- Track 5-12Yoghurt Nutrition
- Track 5-13Milk Nutrition
- Track 5-14Requirement and Guidelines of Dairy Nutrition
Nutritional biochemistry deals with various studies in nutrients, food constituents and their function regarding humans and other mammals, nutritional biochemistry specifically focuses on nutrient chemical components, and how they function biochemically, physiologically, metabolically, as well as their impact on disease. Nutritional Biochemical research is mostly involved upon defining dietary and nutritional needs in sick and healthy individuals and the reduction of side effects of pharmaceutical drugs.
Obesity is a condition of increased adipose tissue mass.1 Obesity can also be defined as an increase in body weight beyond the limits of physical requirement, as the result of an excessive accumulation of fat. Accumulation of fat, or triacylglycerol, is essentially the only way that body weight can become excessive, as other energy storage (e.g. carbohydrate glycogen or protein in liver and muscle) does not have the potential of adipose tissue to exceed the limits of requirement. Although anabolic steroids can increase lean body mass and therefore body mass, this has only been described in those already malnourished.
- Track 6-1Endocrinal Obesity and Hormonal Obesity
- Track 6-2Obesity and Diabetes
- Track 6-3Genetics of Obesity
- Track 6-4Obesity during Pregnancy
- Track 6-5Control of Obesity
- Track 6-6Advanced Treatment for Obesity
- Track 6-7Food & Nutrition Communications
Agricultural and Food Chemistry research dealing with the chemistry and biochemistry of agriculture and food including work with chemistry and biochemistry as a major component combined with biological, sensory, nutritional, toxicological evaluation related to agriculture and food. Grouped into nine categories: Agricultural and Environmental Chemistry, Analysis and Chemosensory Perception of Flavor, Analytical Methods, Bioactive Constituents and Functions, Biofuels and Bio based Products, Chemical Aspects of Biotechnology/Molecular Biology, Food and Beverage Chemistry/Biochemistry, Food Safety and Toxicology, and Targeted Metabolomics Applied to Agriculture and Food.
- Track 7-1Methodologies and applications in food analysis
- Track 7-2Chemical reactions in food
- Track 7-3Food science & technology
Renal nutrition is related to making sure that kidney patients consume right food to make dialysis efficient and improve health. Dialysis clinics have dietitians on workforce who assist patients plan meals. Popular tips are: ingesting greater high protein ingredients, and less excessive salt, high potassium, and high phosphorus foods. Patients also are counseled on secure fluid consumption tiers.
Metabolism is the chemical reactions involved in retaining the dwelling nation of the cells and the organism. Metabolism can be quite simply divided into classes: Catabolism - the breakdown of molecules to obtain energy. Anabolism - the synthesis of all compounds needed through the cells Metabolism is closely connected to vitamins and the provision of vitamins. Bioenergetics is a term which describes the biochemical or metabolic pathways by using which the cell in the long run obtains strength. Energy formation is one of the crucial components of metabolism.
- Track 8-1Acute Kidney Injury
- Track 8-2Chronic Kidney Disease
- Track 8-3Genetic Predisposition
- Track 8-4Xanthine Oxidase Deficiency
- Track 8-5Polycystic Disease of the Kidneys
- Track 8-6Toxicity of Chemotherapy Agents
Foods as whole foods and fortified, enriched, or increased foods or dietary elements which will reduce the chance of chronic un wellness and give a health and physiological benefit more than the standard nutrients it contains. A product intended to supplement the diet that bears or contains one or more of the following dietary ingredients Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs or other botanical, amino acids, Concentrate, metabolite, constituent, extract or combination of above ingredients.
- Track 9-1Herbal Supplements
- Track 9-2Dietary Supplements
- Track 9-3Whole Food Nutritional Supplements
- Track 9-4Oral Nutritional Supplements
Without right nutrients a human might also suffer from diverse nutritional problems. In fact, there are not any much less than masses of various nutritional issues which can arise depending on deficiencies of various vitamins. Each nutrient serves its’ very own motive and an absence of every nutrient will lead to its’ personal precise maladies. A number of these disorders consist of Anemia, weight problems, Impaired vision. Nutritional deficiency arises when the body is not able to absorb the essential amount of nutrients. Malnutrition occurs when the body is not receiving adequate amount of the nutrients. Nutritional Deficiencies lead to a variety of Mental Disorders.
- Track 10-1Mental Disorders and Depression
- Track 10-2Fatigue Disorders
- Track 10-3Lifestyle related disorders
- Track 10-4Malnutrition and Associated Disorders
- Track 10-5Iodine Deficiency Disorders
- Track 10-6Other Inflammatory and Autoimmune Diseases
- Track 10-7Vitamin and Mineral Deficiency Disorders
Despite the importance of affective processes in eating behavior, it remains difficult to predict how emotions affect eating. Emphasizing individual differences, previous research did not pay full attention to the twofold variability of emotion-induced changes of eating. Five classes of emotion-induced changes of eating: (1) emotional control of food choice, (2) emotional suppression of food intake, (3) impairment of cognitive eating controls, (4) eating to regulate emotions, and (5) emotion-congruent modulation of eating. These classes are distinguished by antecedent conditions, eating responses and mediating mechanisms.
- Track 11-1Anxiety Disorders
- Track 11-2Avoidant & Restrictive Food Intake Disorder
- Track 11-3Depression
- Track 11-4Intellectual Disabilities
- Track 11-5Low Body Weight
- Track 11-6Neural Circuits
- Track 11-7Neural Networks
- Track 11-8Rumination Disorder
- Track 11-9Substance Abuse
- Track 11-10Nutritional Value & Quality of Foods
Nutritional therapy is a complementary remedy, which can be used along orthodox remedy. Therapists may go with customers who have persistent health issues that conventional medication may additionally discover hard to deal with or with people who are interested by enhancing their health through weight diet. The dietary Therapist works closely with the consumer to conduct a holistic evaluation in their dietary requirements and to assemble a person programme for food plan and supplementation that allows you to alleviate, avoid illness. Nutritional Therapy is considered to be a complementary therapy, which can be used alongside orthodox medicine. Therapists may work with clients who have chronic health problems that conventional medicine may find difficult to treat or with individuals who are interested in improving their health through diet.
- Track 12-1Lipid Diet
- Track 12-2Amino Acid Nutrition Therapy
- Track 12-3Nutritional Therapy
- Track 12-4Medical Nutrition Therapy
- Track 12-5Cognitive Nutrition Therapy
Research in the field of nutrition has greatly contributed in finding out the essential facts about how environmental depletion can lead to crucial nutrition-related health problems like contamination, spread of contagious diseases, malnutrition, etc. Moreover, environmental contamination due to discharge of agricultural as well as industrial chemicals like organochlorines, heavy metal, and radionucleotides may adversely affect the human and the ecosystem. As far as safety of the human health is concerned, then these environmental contaminants can reduce people's nutritional status and health. This could directly or indirectly cause drastic changes in their diet habits. Hence, food-based remedial as well as preventive strategies are essential to address global issues like hunger and malnutrition and to enable the susceptible people to adapt themselves to all these environmental as well as socio-economic alterations.
- Track 13-1Environmental Health
- Track 13-2Environmental Vegetarianism
- Track 13-3Environmental Engineering
- Track 13-4Environmental Epidemiology
- Track 13-5Exposure Science
In nutrition, diet is that sum of food consumed by an individual. The word diet usually implies the employment of specific intake of nutrition for health or weight-management reasons. Though humans are omnivores, every culture and every person hold some food preferences or some food taboos. This might result to private tastes or moral reasons. Individual dietary decisions could also be additional or less healthy. Appetite is the desire to eat food sometimes due to hunger or in the absence of hunger that serves to maintain the energy to sustain the metabolic activities.
- Track 14-1Caloric Diet
- Track 14-2Dietary Fats
- Track 14-3Dietary Fiber
- Track 14-4Dietary Guidelines
- Track 14-5Dietary Ingredients
- Track 14-6Dietary Intake
- Track 14-7Dietary Management
- Track 14-8Healthy Diet
People think that food and nutrition mean the same thing, they don’t. Food refers to the plants and animals we consume. These foods contain the energy and nutrients our bodies need to maintain life and support growth and health. Nutrition, in contrast, is a science. Specifically, it is the science that studies food and how food nourishes our bodies and influences our health. It identifies the processes by which we consume, digest, metabolize, and store the nutrients in foods, and how these nutrients affect our bodies. Nutrition also involves studying the factors that influence our eating patterns, making recommendations about the amount we should eat of each type of food, maintaining food safety, and addressing issues related to the global food supply. When compared with other scientific disciplines such as chemistry, biology, and physics, nutrition is a relative newcomer.
- Track 15-1Food Safety & Management
- Track 15-2Beverages Processing
- Track 15-3Food and Economy
- Track 15-4Malnutrition and Undernutrition
- Track 15-5Dietician and Nutritionists
Nutritional Epidemiology is a subdiscipline of epidemiology and provides specific knowledge to nutritional science. It provides data about the diet-disease relationships that is transformed by Public Health Nutrition into the practice of prevention. The specific contributions of nutritional epidemiology include dietary assessment, description of nutritional exposure and statistical modelling of the diet-disease relationship. Dietary assessment is moving away from the food frequency questionnaire as main dietary assessment instrument in large-scale epidemiological studies towards the use of short-term quantitative instruments due to the potential of gross measurement errors. Web-based instruments for self-administration are therefore evaluated of being able to replace the costly interviewer conducted 24-h-recalls. Much interest is also directed towards the technique of taking and analyzing photographs of all meals ingested, which might improve the dietary assessment in terms of precision.
- Track 16-1Nutritional Epidemiology in Public Health Practices
- Track 16-2Food and Nutrient
- Track 16-3Nutrition Monitoring and Surveillance
- Track 16-4Assessment of Physical Activity in Nutritional Epidemiology
Food chemistry is concerned with analytical, biochemical, chemical, physical, nutritional, and toxicological aspects of foods and food ingredients. The long-term goals of research in food chemistry are to understand relationships between the structure and functional properties of food molecules and to improve the nutritional, safety and organoleptic aspects of food. Food science is the study of the physical, biological, and chemical makeup of food; and the concepts underlying food processing. Today, consumers are seeking foods that are safer, tastier, more convenient, natural, healthy, good value and produced in more sustainable ways than ever before. Recent advancements in science and technology have opened new frontiers for the production and prolonging shelf life, providing convenience and health benefits, thus creating exciting and challenging opportunities to work.
- Track 17-1Dairy Science and Technology
- Track 17-2Food: Structure, Flavor and Quality
- Track 17-3Food Microbiology
- Track 17-4Food Economy, Logistics and Consumers
- Track 17-5Medical Foods & its Benefits
- Track 17-6Food Nanotechnology & its Applications
Public health is defined as the science of protecting the safety and improving the health of communities through education, policy making and research for disease and injury prevention. The definition of public health is different for every person. Whether you like to crunch numbers, conduct laboratory or field research, formulate policy, or work directly with people to help improve their health, there is a place for you in the field of public health. Being a public health professional enables you to work around the world, address health problems of communities as a whole, and influence policies that affect the health of societies.
- Track 18-1Globalization and Health
- Track 18-2Maternal, Infant, and Child Health
- Track 18-3Mental Health and Mental Disorders
- Track 18-4Healthcare-Associated Infections
- Track 18-5Sexually Transmitted Diseases
- Track 18-6Modern Public Health Practice
- Track 18-7Social Determinants of Health
The Nutraceuticals are an un-poisonous food feature that has technically recognized wellbeing uses, together with disease medication or prevention. The realistic component of the meals must be standardized in the nutraceutical product and produced below Good manufacturing practices. Probiotic meals and beverages are dark chocolate involves probiotics and antioxidants to preserve your stomach healthful and your sweet tooth satisfied and a standard Korean side dish, kimchi is fermented and pickled cabbage that can be very spicy. Full of nutrients, calcium, and probiotics it’s a great and hot strategy to keep healthy and in addition soy naturally includes some probiotic advantages, but new soy milk products available on the market have delivered additional reside cultures.
- Track 19-1Diet & Cognition
- Track 19-2Pharmaconutrition
- Track 19-3Bioactive Nutraceuticals
Holistic Nutrition is that the use of everyday nutrition and feeding habits to enhance one's health. Thought medication seldom considers that poor nutrition is often one among the key contributors to a large varies of health problems. Generally known as holistic nutrition or integrative nutrition, this amorphous discipline is becoming common because it focuses on however diet and supplementation might contribute to the health objective of healing body, mind, and spirit.
- Track 20-1Anti-Inflammatory Foods
- Track 20-2Herbal Supplements
- Track 20-3Diet Trends
- Track 20-4Food-Mood Connection
- Track 20-5Food Cravings and Addictions
- Track 20-6Antioxidants and Phytonutrients
Food and nutritional factors influences the immune responses and thereby regulate the health and the disease outcomes. Balanced diet offers an immunity of an organism against disease, by the functions of the blood cells or antibodies produced. Immunity can be enhanced by natural food consumption and the nutrients produced by those foods.
- Track 21-1Nonspecific Immune Cell Neurocyte
- Track 21-2Mannan Oligosaccharide
- Track 21-3Cancer Immunology
- Track 21-4Epidemiology Immunology
- Track 21-5Reproductive Immunology
- Track 21-6Developmental Immunology
- Track 21-7Immunotherapy
- Track 21-8Diagnostic Immunology
- Track 21-9Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Food toxicity may be due to the physical, chemical and microbiological hazards. The toxicity may be due to the natural elements, endogenous toxins of plant origin. Toxins can also be produced during various stages in processing. It mainly refers to the adverse effects of toxins on the consumers. Food toxicity may be the result of microorganisms or toxins contaminating the food or excessive levels of a nutrient, such as vitamin A which causes adverse health effects eventually death.
- Track 22-1Importance of Nutrition in Cancer Care
- Track 22-2Food Safety and Toxicology
- Track 22-3Median Lethal Dose
- Track 22-4Targeted Metabolomics
- Track 22-5Bio Based Products
- Track 22-6Dose Response Complexities
- Track 22-7Computational Toxicology
Unlike other technologies (genomics, proteomics…etc.), metabolomics gives organic understanding that mirrors an individual's one of a kind hereditary unique mark, as well as way of life, eating routine and environment. Utilizing metabolomics, scientists can quantitatively dissect non-hereditary variables that are included in postgenomic and posttranscriptional change. Nutritional metabolomics is rapidly emerging to utilize little atom substance profiling to support incorporation of eating regimen and nourishment in complex biosystems research.
- Track 23-1Nutrigenomics and Plant Functional Genomics
- Track 23-2Food Safety and Contamination Assessment using Metabolomics
- Track 23-3Applications of Metabolomics to Food Processing
- Track 23-4Metabolomics of Genetically Modified Crops
- Track 23-5Metabolomics in Nutrition Research
- Track 23-6Dietary Metabolites and Cellular Metabolism
Proteins are some of the maximum ample herbal molecules in living structures and are manner greater numerous in shape and function than different macro molecules. A single mobile can embody hundreds of proteins, each with a very particular function. Although their structures, like their capabilities, variety appreciably, all proteins are made up of one or more chains of amino acids. Proteins can play a big desire of roles in a cellular or organism. Proteins make up about 42% of the dry weight of our bodies. The protein collagen which holds our pores and skin, tendons, muscular tissues, and bones together makes up about 1 / 4 of the frame's universal protein.
- Track 24-1Protein Nutrition
- Track 24-2Antioxidative Stress
- Track 24-3Enzymes in Poultry Nutrition
- Track 24-4Protein Mechanism in Human
- Track 24-5Whey Protein
- Track 24-6Iodine Deficiency Disorders