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OBESITY DIET 2023
The "6th International Conference on Obesity and Diet Imbalance", with the theme "Educate & Strengthen Obesity Prevention by Proper Nutrition and Physical Activities," will be place on December 11–12, 2023 as a Webinar. ME Conferences gladly invites you to participate. By taking part at Obesity Diet 2023, participants will have the exceptional opportunity to network with top-tier obesity specialists and endocrinology experts in the area, opening a channel for cooperative projects and alliances. Obesity Diet 2023 covers a wide range of topics, including weight management, childhood obesity, obesity and cancer, genetic obesity, anti-obesity medications, bariatric surgery, obesity and diabetes, advanced medications for obesity, health behavior and environment, fundamental nutrition and diet, scientific gatherings and meetings, and the field of obesity. Healthy Eating and Living, Exercise, Yoga and Hypnotherapy, Weight Management and Weight Loss Medication.
Why to Attend?
Obesity Diet 2023 provides the examination materials from aptitude from cogent institutions, and the same can be observed by young scientists and researchers. Obesity Conferences 2023 mainly want to declare learning throughout research work and as such would be a great location to discuss and develop information on important tools. Come to this event and learn about the most recent technology to inspire a lot of bright, young minds, professionals, and experts to pick up new skills and find new ways to use data to achieve goals. Your attendance will add another gem to its crown as talks on Obesity and its causes Genetics of Obesity, Balanced Diet and Chronic Diseases, Paediatric Nursing in Obesity Prevention, Nutritional Imbalance and Role of Metabolism in Obesity and other topics will be presented.
- Metabolic & Bariatric Surgeons
- Basic Clinical Research Scientists & Students
- Industry Professionals
- Integrated Health Professionals
- Dieticians and Nutritionist
- BMI Training Institutes
- Health Promoters
- Yoga & Fitness Professionals
- Medical Colleges
- Obesity & Endocrinology Associations and Societies
- Business Entrepreneurs
- Public Health Professionals
- Registered Dieticians & Nutritionists
- Diabetes Educators
Track 1: Obesity and its causes
It's a condition marked by inordinate body fat that raises the possibility of health issues. Taking in further calories than you burn via exercise and everyday conditioning is a common cause of rotundity. A person is considered fat if their body mass indicator is advanced than 25. The peril of multitudinous health issues rises due to redundant fat. When the body consumes further calories than it can use, the complaint develops. A many of the reasons of rotundity include an unstable diet, a lack of physical exertion, an unhealthy life, environmental influences, and behavioural bones gluttony and inadequate exercise are the two main contributors to obesity. However, especially fat and sweets, If you consume a lot of calories. rotundity is a complex complaint involving an inordinate quantum of body fat. rotundity is not just a ornamental concern. It's a medical problem that increases the threat of other conditions and health problems, similar as heart complaint, diabetes, high blood pressure and certain cancers.
Track 2: Genetics of Obesity
Infrequently does rotundity run in families with a clear pattern of heritage brought about by differences in a single gene. The melanocortin 4 receptor is decoded by the most constantly mentioned gene, MC4R. A small chance of fat people across numerous ethnical groups have changes to MC4R that vitiate its function. A condition known as rotundity involves having to important body fat. Rotundity is further than simply a visual issue. It's a medical condition that raises the chance of colorful ails and conditions, including heart complaint, diabetes, high blood pressure, and some malice. There are multitudinous causes why some people struggle to lose weight. Rotundity generally develops from a combination of salutary, physiological, and environmental factors along with exercise, physical exertion, and life choices.
Children who are fat or fat face psychosocial pitfalls. Being oppressively fat affects a child's position of tone- regard and causes issues in their social relations with classmates, making them the target of taunts and mockery and leading them to retreat socially. Children who are fat can not engage in the same quantum of physical exertion as other kiddies. The patient shame and social rejection of being different dwindle the child's feeling of good, and major internal health issues may affect unless the child's situation is reversed. A nutritional diet is essential for weight loss and good health in general. In order to help cases feel that they've nutrition options, nursers can work directly with people to educate them about healthier life choices.
Track 4: Pediatric Nutrition
The dietary requirements of babies are described by pediatric nutrition. Breastfeeding is the most crucial component of paediatric nutrition. Children receive long chain fatty acids and prebiotics when a preterm baby is fed. Children who are very malnourished die from inadequate care with excessive protein and volume in the initial phase. Pediatric nutrition refers to the maintenance of an appropriate, well-balanced diet that contains the necessary nutrients and calorie intake to support growth and maintain physiologic requirements at different stages of a child's development.
Childhood obesity is a condition where a child's health or wellbeing is negatively impacted by excess body fat. It is now acknowledged as a critical public health concern due to the increasing prevalence of childhood obesity and its numerous unfavourable health impacts. Diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, early heart problems, and skin diseases including heat rash, fungal infections, and acne can all be caused by childhood obesity. The main causes of childhood obesity include unhealthy lifestyle choices, insufficient exercise, and an excessive intake of calories from food and beverages. However, hormones and genetics may also be involved.
- High cholesterol
- Eating and physical activity behaviors
- Health education
Track 6: Balanced Diet and Chronic Diseases
Poor diet is one of the major contributors to the leading causes of chronic illness and death. Healthy diets along with physical activity are key to good nutrition and necessary for a long and healthy life. Eating nutritional foods and balancing energy intake with the necessary physical activity to maintain a healthy weight is essential at all stages of life. Unbalanced intake of foods high in energy (sugar, starch and/or fat) but low in essential nutrients commits to energy excess, overweight and obesity. The quantity of the energy consumed in relevancy to physical activity and also the quality of food are key determinants of nutrition connected to chronic disease.
The body requires many different vitamins and minerals that are essential for both body development and prevention of a disease. These vitamins and minerals are known as micronutrients. A nutritional deficiency occurs when the body doesn’t absorb or get necessary amount of a nutrient from the food. Deficiencies can lead to a variety of health problems like digestion problems, skin disorders, stunted or defective bone growth, and even dementia.
- Fat burning foods
- Fibre intake
- Low glycaemic index foods
- Metabolic disorder
- Metabolic disease therapy
Sex steroid hormones have an interest in the distribution, accumulation, and metabolism of adipose tissues. Recent research has shown that the progesterone, oestrogen, and androgen receptors are present in adipose tissues, suggesting that their activities may be direct. Both nongenomic and genomic processes are used by sex steroid hormones in adipose tissues to carry out their activity.
- Metabolic effects of steroids hormones in obesity
- Obesity and corticosteroids
- Steroid hormones in our food and obesity
Track 9: Obesity and Psychiatric Disorders
Several studies have found that a numbers of patients with mental illness are obese compared to the general population. Mental illness may increase the risk of obesity, while obesity may increase an individual's chances to develop a psychiatric disorder. The reasons behind the link between obesity and psychiatric problems are poor self-image, the biological disruptions caused by obesity, physical inactivity and the social stigma related to being overweight. Epidemiological studies justify positive associations between obesity and mood disorders.
- Personality disorder
- Eating disorder
- Alcohol use
Track 10: Prevention and Management of Obesity
The Primary prevention of obesity in children, young people, and adults provides information on preventing overweight and obesity by lifestyle modification program, focus on recommendations for physical activity, healthy diet along periodical medical examination. It also deals with weight management in children and adults by regular assessment based on body mass index (BMI) and to assess underlying causes, risk factors, and comorbidities of obesity. Management of obesity includes lifestyle changes, medications as well as surgery. The main treatment for obesity consists of physical activities and dieting.
- Weight loss programs
- Clinical protocols
- Ketogenic Diet
- Protein rich diets
Track 11: Nutrition and Brain Health
According to studies, sleep, physical exercise, and food all have an impact on how well the brain functions. This increases the intriguing possibilities that dietary adjustments can improve cognitive capacities, shield the brain from harm, and fight the effects of ageing. Excess calories make synapses less flexible and raise the possibility of cell oxidative stress, which can lead to damage.
- Foods for healthy brains
- Food addiction
- Binge eating
- Increased memory loss
Traditional Chinese medicine is a kind of traditional medicine usually based on more than 2,500 years old Chinese medical practice which includes various forms of herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage, exercise, and dietary therapy to prevent health problems. Acupuncture involves thin needles which are inserted into the body. Acupuncture is usually safe when done by properly by a trained practitioner using clean and single-used needle technique.
- Chinese herbal medicine
- Food therapy
Yoga is among the ancient form of exercise that focuses on your mind, body and soul. On the other hand, physical therapy, not only works to prevent osteoporosis in women and neck pain or low back pain, physical therapy is a proven weight management tool. Physical therapist can perform a full assessment of body and health targeting areas of concern and customize an exercise program designed to reduce, in fact, eliminate pain and making healthier beings. Therapists can teach the correct form for each exercise to be performed with minimal pain and strain helping getting rid of the excess pounds.
Track 14: Food Technology and Nutrition
Food technology is a rapidly evolving discipline that deals with the ideas and procedures used in the processing and preservation of food items. Food technology is increasingly being utilised to treat obesity by offering a wider choice of good, appealing foods with smaller portion sizes and/or lower energy density than traditional foods. Scientists and researchers are increasingly interested in super foods, which do not degrade quickly and have a high nutritional value.
Track 15: Imbalanced Diet: Effects and Causes
An unbalanced diet provides you with either too much or too little of specific restricted nutrients your body requires, whereas a balanced diet entails eating a variety of foods and acquiring the appropriate number of calories your body requires. An unbalanced diet is one in which certain dietary components, such as proteins, fats, carbs, fibres, vitamins, and minerals, are in excess or deficit. A nutritional imbalance can be caused by eating the wrong foods.
US Weight Management Market:
The size of the world market for weight management, which was estimated to be worth USD 132.7 billion in 2021, is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.7% during the forecast period. The increase in the number of bariatric surgeries, the quick uptake of online weight loss & management programmes, the rise in disposable income levels in developing nations, the expansion of government initiatives to raise public awareness about weight management, and the rise in cases of obesity brought on by sedentary lifestyles are all factors contributing to the market growth. The Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation estimates that 30.0% of people worldwide are either obese or overweight. For both industrialised and developing nations as well as low- and middle-income nations, obesity presents a significant concern.
Global Weight Management Market:
The global market has been further divided into diet, fitness, surgery, and service categories based on functionalities. In 2021, the diet function market category held the largest market share, with over 75.2% of worldwide sales. Meals, beverages, and supplements are all part of a diet. In both developed and developing nations, diet is becoming more and more popular as a weight loss and management strategy. Meals with the proper proportions of proteins and fibre and fewer carbohydrates are thought to be an efficient way to maintain weight.
On the basis of functions, the global market has been further categorized into diet, fitness equipment, surgical equipment, and services. The diet function segment dominated the market in 2021 and accounted for the maximum share of about 75.2% of the global revenue. Diet includes meals, beverages, and supplements. Diet is gaining popularity as a solution for weight loss and management in developed as well as developing countries. Meals containing the right amounts of proteins & fibers and a lesser amount of carbohydrates are considered an effective method of weight management.
List of Societies and Associations
Universities Associated with Obesity Research in Rome:
- European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO)
- World Obesity Federation
- Global Obesity Prevention Centre
- World Health Organization
- World Heart Federation
- The International Association for the Study of Obesity
- The International Diabetes Federation
- The International Paediatric Association
- The International Union of Nutritional Sciences
- The International Development Research Centre
Major Universities Associated with Obesity Research Across the World:
- Harvard University, USA
- University of California, USA
- University of North Carolina, USA
- University of Helsinki, Finland
- Yale University, USA
- University of Texas, USA
- University of Pennsylvania, USA
- University of Pittsburgh, USA
- Osaka University, Japan
- University of Minnesota, USA
- Johns Hopkins University, USA
- Columbia University, USA
- University of Washington, USA
- Arizona State University, USA
- University of Johannesburg, South Africa
- Ain Shams University, Egypt
- North-West University, South Africa
- University of Cape Town, South Africa
- Stellenbosch University, South Africa
- University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Europe: European Association for the Study of Obesity, Europe; International Union of Food Science & Technology, Europe, Association of European Cancer, Europe, European Childhood Obesity Group (ECOG), Europe; Austrian Nutrition Society, German Nutrition Society, Finnish Society for Nutrition Research
USA: Canadian Digestive Health Foundation, USA; National Research Council, USA; Canadian Nutrition Society, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (A.S.P.E.N.), USA; Canadian Obesity Network, USA; Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology, USA; American Council of Science and health; American Society of Anaesthesiologists
Asia-pacific: The Nutrition Society of Australia, Asia; Academy for Eating Disorders; The Korean Nutrition Society, Asia; Dietitians Association of Australia, Asia; Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Asia, The Nutrition Society of Australia, Asia; The Korean Nutrition Society, Asia; The Endocrine Society of Australia
Middle East: Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society, Annual Gulf Obesity Surgery Society, The Nutrition Society, Pediatric Endocrine Society, Metabolic and Endocrine Society