Theme: "Educate & Strengthen Obesity Prevention via Proper Nutrition and Physical Activities"
OBESITY DIET 2022
ME Conferences cordially invites you to attend the 5th International Conference on Obesity and Diet Imbalance, which will be held on December 08-09, 2022 in Rome, Italy with the topic "Educate & Strengthen Obesity Prevention via Proper Nutrition and Physical Activities." Participating in Obesity Diet 2022 will provide a unique opportunity to network with world-class Obesity Specialists and Endocrinology Experts in the field, creating a conduit for collaborative efforts and partnerships.
Weight Management, Childhood Obesity, Obesity & Cancer, Genetical Obesity, Anti-obesity drugs, Bariatric treatment, Obesity and Diabetes, Advanced medications for Obesity, Health Behaviour and Environment, Basic nourishment and diet, Scientific gatherings and meetings, and the field of Obesity are all covered at Obesity Diet 2022. Obesity and Nutrition Meetings would cover a variety of topics including Obesity and Nutrition, Metabolic Syndromes and Anorexia, Pediatric Nutrition, Maternal and Child Nutrition, and Current Advances in Bariatric Surgery Treatment. Obesity Diet 2022 has begun to bring together world-class experts from industry and academia in a traditional stage setting at Obesity Conferences.
- Metabolic & Bariatric Surgeons
- Basic Clinical Research Scientists & Students
- Industry Professionals
- Integrated Health Professionals
- Dieticians and Nutritionist
- BMI Training Institutes
- Health Promoters
- Registered Dieticians & Nutritionists
- Diabetes Educators
- Physical Therapists
- Yoga & Fitness Professionals
- Medical Colleges
- Obesity & Endocrinology Associations and Societies
- Business Entrepreneurs
- Public Health Professionals
Track 1: Obesity and its Causes
Obesity is a condition in which extra body fat has accumulated to the point where it is harmful to one's health. It's a medical condition in which a person's body fat has expanded to the point that it's affecting their fitness and health. When a person's body mass index (BMI), which is calculated by dividing a person's weight by the square of their height, exceeds thirty kilogrammes per square metre, they are considered overweight, with the range 25–30 kg/m2 being considered overweight. Lack of physical activity, excessive food intake, and hereditary vulnerability are the most prominent causes. It is mostly preventable through a combination of exercise, social changes and personal choices. Obesity may be a leading avoidable explanation for death worldwide, with increasing rates in adults as well as kids.
Track 2: Genetics of Obesity
Obesity is a genetic condition. Obesity is a complicated condition caused by the combination of a number of inherited and environmental variables. Under particular dietary settings, Polymorphisms in multiple genes involved in hunger and metabolism make people more susceptible to obesity. The melanocortin 4 receptor gene mutation may be responsible for tens of thousands of cases of obesity. Obesity that runs in families can be caused by a monogenic type of genetic mutation. Obesity can be induced by gene mutation, as evidenced by the occurrence of monogenic types of obesity. Obesity's most common forms are caused by genetic differences in a large number of genes.
Track 3: Nutritional Imbalance
Nutritional imbalance is caused by the body's inability to absorb particular nutrients or by a diet that isn't well balanced. Unbalances in nutrient delivery, whether too little or too much, cause unpleasant side effects and situations that can lead to serious disease. Some macronutrients and micronutrients are required in your regular diet, while others are not. If you're considering a special diet, talk to a nutritionist or a healthcare expert first to be sure you're getting a balanced amount of all vital nutrients.
Nutrition for children follows the same principles as nutrition for women and adults. At different ages, children require varied amounts of specific nutrients. Women, on the other hand, have frequently attempted to compensate for dietary deficiencies through the use of vitamins and supplements. These supplements, on the other hand, can be used to protect against occasional nutritional lapses, but they cannot compensate for an unbalanced or unhealthy diet. Aim for a diet high in fruit, vegetables, healthy fats, quality protein, and low in processed, fried, and sugary foods to ensure you get all the nutrients you need from your food.
Track 5: 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 6: 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.
Track 7: Eating Disorders
Eating disorder is a condition in which a person consumes excessive amounts of food, affecting both their physical and emotional health. It refers to illnesses marked by irregular eating habits, as well as excessive worry or concern over one's weight or shape. It can emerge at any age, but it is more common in teenagers and young adults.
Track 8: Anti-Obesity Drugs
Anti-obesity drugs are pharmacological agents that help people lose or maintain their weight. These medications impact one of the human body's most basic functions, weight management, by altering appetite or calorie absorption. Dieting and physical exercise, on the other hand, are the traditional and beneficial treatments for overweight and obese people. The ideal anti-obesity medication would result in long-term weight decrease with few negative effects. Energy balance mechanisms have a lot of built-in sacking, overlap a lot with other physiological activities, and are impacted by social and psychological factors that restrict the efficacy of pharmaceutical interventions.
With proper weight loss, reduced morbidity, and easier access for obese individuals, the endoscopic technique may hold the potential for less invasive intervention in obesity management. According to recent studies, although being less invasive, bariatric surgery causes difficulties in about 15% of patients and is used by only 1% of patients. It can be done with a simple endoscopic procedure called aspiration therapy, which is reversible with the use of a suture technique. Endoscopic therapy is utilised for people with varied degrees of obesity, and it has the potential to be a more cost-effective outpatient surgery for the growing population of patients with obesity and metabolic syndrome.
Track 10: Balanced Diet and Chronic Diseases
When a diet provides the right amounts of carbs, lipids, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water, good health is maintained. As a result, a balanced diet is defined as one that provides our bodies with all of the important nutrients they require to function properly. Chronic disease is defined as a disease that lasts for a long time. Chronic diseases will impede independence as well as the health of people with disabilities, as they may result in further activity constraints. When people with chronic diseases have no symptoms, they often believe they are rid of the sickness. Chronic diseases are liable for seven of 10 deaths annually. Chronic diseases tend to become additional common with age. These diseases typically cannot be prevented by vaccines or cured by medication. Several chronic diseases are linked to fashion choices that are among your own hands to vary.
Track 11: Prevention and Consequences of Obesity
Eat a well-balanced diet, count calories, and exercise consistently to minimise weight gain and maintain a healthy body weight. It is critical to avoid gaining weight. Fat cells form and stay in your body for the rest of your life. Despite the fact that you will reduce the size of fat cells, you will not be able to get rid of them. Obesity can only be avoided by avoiding eating disorders, changing one's sedentary lifestyle, and engaging in regular exercise.
Great nutrition, physical activity, and a healthy body weight are all essential components of a person's overall health. Both of these will reduce a person's risk of developing serious health problems such high cholesterol, diabetes, stroke, and cancer. Understudies majoring in nutrition and dietetics, as well as those majoring in other topics with a nutrition component, such as nutrition science, pharmaceutical, pharmacy store, and nursing, should invest in nutrition. Experts in nutrition, nutrition science, medicine, health sciences, and a variety of other fields will find a great deal of value inside its pages.
Track 13: Healthy Eating and Living
For overweight or obese adults who want to reduce weight, a mix of increasing physical exercise and a moderate supplement-rich yet vitality-controlled diet is recommended. Regular physical activity lowers the risk of a variety of ailments, helps to control weight, and strengthens muscles, bones, and joints. Individuals are reliant on high-fat, high-calorie, unusually appealing, and lowly foods. One of the factors that influences weight selection is one's behaviour. Obesity is fueled by learned skills such as using sweets to express adoration and eating by ignoring body signals.
Track 14: Exercise, Yoga and Hypnotherapy
Exercise is thought to be a good way to improve and maintain physical and mental wellness. One of the most important nonpharmacological treatments for improving serum cholesterol concentrations, adipose tissue, and metabolic syndrome aspects is regular and nonstop yoga exercise. Body weight, body fat percentage, lean body mass, body mass index, waist circumference, and visceral fat area might all be drastically reduced. In overweight postmenopausal women, yoga exercise improves adiponectin levels, serum lipids, and metabolic syndrome risk factors. As a result, yoga exercise may be effective in preventing cardiovascular ailment caused by obesity.
Regardless of weight fluctuation, short-term weight loss, and long-term weight prevention, modern weight management aids in the optimization of health and risk factors. promoting the eating of a wide range of healthy foods Avoiding high-calorie foods and sugar-sweetened beverages is recommended for weight management. It is employed an organised programme that addresses diet, physical activity, and behavioural control.
- Obesity and Its Causes
- Genetics of Obesity
- Nutritional Imbalance
- Nutrition and Health in Women and Children
- Food Technology and Nutrition
- Imbalanced Diet: Effects and Causes
- Eating Disorders
- Anti-Obesity Drugs
- Endoscopic Treatment for Obesity: New Emerging Technology Trends
- Balanced Diet and Chronic Diseases
- Prevention and Consequences of Obesity
- Healthy Nutritional Science and Metabolism
- Healthy Eating and Living
- Exercise, Yoga and Hypnotherapy
- Weight Management and Weight Loss Medication
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