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Food Allergy 2022

About Conference


About Conference

Me conferences is gratified to welcome you to World Annual Summit on Food Allergy, Infections and Diseases during March 17-18, 2022 in Toronto, Canada. The theme of the conference is “Let your food be your medicine”. It will provide a global platform to discuss the present and future challenges in food microbiology and food biochemistry. FOOD ALLERGY 2022 welcomes attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world to Paris, France where the organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative Nutrition and Obesity Prevention conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. It is one of the most Prestigious and Professional cutting edge international conference in the fields of Nutrition, Food Science and Technology. The Conference includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

 

Sessions/Tracks

Scientific Sessions

Track 1: Nutrition and Diet

Nutrition is employed to review the Physical and Chemical structure of nutrients and alternative substances in food in regard to growth maintenance, copy, health Associate in Nursingd malady of an organism. Nutrition studies the interactions between living organisms and food. Nutrients are substances in food needed by the body for growth, energy, maintenance, and repair. The Health selection Movement is that the world movement regarding the proper to understand what's going into our bodies and having the liberty to form that selection. Exercise, healthy living practices, and different medical treatments also are usually adopted by Health selection.

In nutrition, diet is that the total of food consumed by someone or alternative organism. The word diet usually implies the employment of specific intake of nutrition for health or weight-management reasons (with the 2 usually being related). Though humans are omnivores, every culture and every person holds some food preferences or some food taboos. This could flow from to private tastes or moral reasons. Individual dietary selections are also additional or less healthy.

Track 2: Food Science and Technology

Food science is used to study physical, biological, and chemical makeup of food, and the concepts underlying food processing. Food technology is one of the applications of food science to the, preservation, processing, packaging, distribution, selection and use of safe food.

Food technology is the application of food science to the selection, preservation, processing, packaging, distribution, and use of safe food. Related fields include analytical chemistry, biotechnology, engineering, nutrition, quality control, and food safety management.

Track 3: Nutritional Science

Nutritional science (also nutrition science, sometimes short nutrition, dated trophology) is the science that studies the physiological process of nutrition (primarily human nutrition), interpreting the nutrients and other substances in food in relation to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism. Nutrition science is a field that continues to evolve. With developments in research and dietetic practice, health and wellness have taken on a new level of importance. More people are choosing to take charge of their health, and the need is high for healthcare providers who can help with a range of nutritional concerns. Dietitians and nutritionists are influential in motivating people to exercise and incorporate healthy foods into their diets.

Track 4: Nutrition Psychology

Nutritional Psychology is an innovative new approach to working with some of the most common issues we see in our world today when it comes eating, body image, and weight. Nutritional Psychology is the science of how nutrients affect mood and behavior. This field examines the relationship between food and our internal experience, illuminating the biophysiological mechanisms, influenced by our nutrient intakes that underlie mood and behavior. Nutritional Psychology tells us that what we think about what we eat is more important than what we actually eat for our health and wellbeing.

Track 5: Nutritional Therapy

Diet plays a very crucial role in controlling and managing various diseases, especially lifestyle diseases like diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and obesity. This therapy where diet has a major role to play is known as Nutritional Therapy. Various nutrients and food components influence the functioning of the body, protect it against numerous diseases, restore health and also determine people's response to changes in the environment. Diet plays a very crucial role in controlling and managing various diseases, especially lifestyle diseases like diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and obesity. This therapy where diet has a major role to play is known as Nutritional Therapy. It is an approach to maximizing health potential through dietary tweaks and lifestyle changes. The concept of Nutritional Therapy promotes the therapeutic effects of particular foods for specific health conditions.

  • Diabetes
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Pulmonary Disease
  • GI Disorders

Track 6: Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics

Nutrients interact with the human genome to modulate molecular pathways that may become disrupted, resulting in an increased risk of developing various chronic diseases. Genetic polymorphisms affect the metabolism of dietary factors, which in turn affects the expression of genes involved in a number of important metabolic processes. Genetic polymorphisms affecting nutrient metabolism may explain some of the inconsistencies among epidemiological studies relating diet to chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease.

Nutrigenomics (also known as nutritional genomics) is broadly defined as the relationship between nutrients, diet, and gene expression. The launch of the Human Genome Project in the 1990s and the subsequent mapping of human DNA sequencing ushered in the ‘era of big science’, jump-starting the field of nutrigenomics that we know today.

Track 7: Pediatric and Maternal Nutrition

Right nutrition in early days of life is very important. Nutritional requirements are different for kids and adults in the family. They are in their growing age, they need balanced nutrition but not only high calorie foods. Due to lack of nutrition especially during critical periods of growth, results in improper development or illness, such as anemia from deficiency of iron or scurvy from deficiency of vitamin C. Nutrition plays a major role in childhood development, for good or ill. Proper nutrition helps for proper growth and development of children and enabling them to reach their full potential.

Maternal deficiencies of some micronutrients can affect the quality of breastmilk.These deficiencies can be avoided if the mother improves her diet before, during, and between cycles of pregnancy and lactation, or takes supplements.

Track 8: Food Microbiology

Microorganisms are of great significance to foods for the following reasons: (1) microorganisms can cause spoilage of foods, (2) microorganisms are used to manufacture a wide variety of food products, and (3) microbial diseases can be transmitted by foods. Foods can be considered as a medium for microbial growth. Considering the vast array of sources, substances, and methods with which food is produced, practically every kind of microbe is a potential contaminant. Given a chance to grow, microbes will produce changes in appearance, flavour, odour, and other qualities of the food. The changes vary according to the type of food degraded but can be summarized by examining the fates of the major nutrients found in food: proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.

Track 9: Food Chemistry and Analysis

Food Chemistry, Function and Analysis provides a suite of reference books focusing on food chemistry, the functions of food in relation to health and the analytical methods and approaches used by scientists in the area. Providing comprehensive coverage of important topics such as the biochemistry of food, physical properties and structure, efficacy and mechanisms of bioactives in the body including biomarkers, nutrient physiology/metabolism and interactions and the role of nutrition and diet in disease. The series is aimed at academic and industrial researchers and graduate students in food science and chemistry as well as for physicists, biochemists, nutritionists and others who work at the interface of the chemistry, physics and biology of food. Food analysis is a very important branch of analytical chemistry, able to provide information about chemical composition, processing, quality control (QC) and contamination of foodstuffs, ensuring compliance with food and trade laws.

Track 10: Obesity and Malnutrition

Obesity is a complex disease involving an excessive amount of body fat. Obesity isn't just a cosmetic concern. It's a medical problem that increases the risk of other diseases and health problems, such as heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and certain cancers. There are many reasons why some people have difficulty losing weight. Usually, obesity results from inherited, physiological and environmental factors, combined with diet, physical activity and exercise choices.

Malnutrition refers to when a person’s diet does not provide enough nutrients or the right balance of nutrients for optimal health. Causes of malnutrition include inappropriate dietary choices, a low income, difficulty obtaining food, and various physical and mental health conditions. Undernutrition is one type of malnutrition Trusted Source. It occurs when the body does not get enough food. It can lead to delayed growth, low weight, or wasting. If a person does not get the right balance of nutrients, they can also have malnutrition. It is possible to have obesity with malnutrition.

Track 11: Sports Nutrition and kinesiology

Sports nutrition supports both an athlete's performance and health. Diet with predominance of whole foods and hydration should be planned individually by sports nutrition professionals. Concept that ‘more of a good thing is better’ has been challenged for water and supplements with micronutrients and antioxidants. Novelties in the field include the concept of energy availability, meal-based protein recommendations, and ergogenic effects of carbohydrate mouth rinse. Topics for future research include further clarification of relationship between vitamin D status and performance, dietary strategies to enhance metabolic adaptations to exercise, and nutrient timing. Kinesiology is the scientific study of human body movement. Kinesiology addresses Physiological, Anatomical, Biomechanical, and Neuropsychological Principles and Mechanisms of Movement. Applications of kinesiology to human health include biomechanics and orthopedics; strength and conditioning; sport psychology; motor control; skill acquisition and motor learning; methods of rehabilitation, such as physical and occupational therapy; and sport and exercise physiology.

Track 12: Nutritional Epidemiology

The Nutritional Epidemiology specialization provides rigorous training in the biological aspects of nutrition, epidemiology, biostatistics, and select related disciplines. The overall objective is to enable students to investigate relationships between diet and disease. This area of specialization is offered for the PhD in Population Health Sciences program. The program includes the following components: formal coursework; seminars; qualifying exams; and a dissertation.

Track 13: Food-Quality Control and Quality Assurance

Food safety analysis is crucial in providing absolute certainty that products are safe for consumers to eat. For food suppliers, food safety quality assurance is high priority as the risk of product recalls, or warnings can have a serious detrimental effect on business, brand and even bottom line. Before any food or beverage product enters supply, it is subjected to comprehensive screening and testing to ensure regulatory and process compliance.

Quality assurance (QA) is a set of activities for ensuring quality in the processes by which products are developed. It’s a proactive process and aims to prevent defects by concentrating on the process used to make the product. The goal of QA is to improve development and test processes so that defects don’t arise when the product’s being developed.

Track 14: Food Nanotechnology and Toxicology

Food nanotechnology is an area of emerging interest and opens up a whole universe of new possibilities for the food industry. The basic categories of nanotechnology applications and functionalities currently in the development of food packaging include: the improvement of plastic materials barriers, the incorporation of active components that can deliver functional attributes beyond those of conventional active packaging, and the sensing and signaling of relevant information. Nano food packaging materials may extend food life, improve food safety, alert consumers that food is contaminated or spoiled, repair tears in packaging, and even release preservatives to extend the life of the food in the package. Nanotechnology applications in the food industry can be utilized to detect bacteria in packaging, or produce stronger flavors and color quality, and safety by increasing the barrier properties.

Food toxicology is the study of the nature, properties, effects and detection of toxic substances in food and their disease manifestation in humans. Radioactive elements, heavy metals, or the packing materials used in food processing are examples of such substances. Food and nutritional toxicologists deal with toxicants in food, the health effects of high nutrient intakes, and the interactions between toxicants and nutrients.

Track 15:  Research in Nutrition

Nutrition research is needed to establish the required nutritional needs that best support survival, growth, and development in subpopulations, such as in chronically diseased patients, in children, and in aging adults. With the success of medical advances, as have been seen with in vitro fertilization and neonatal care, caring for preterm infants presents a new challenge in early nutritional management. Preterm infants have special nutrition needs that will greatly affect their future growth and development, as well as their eventual health status as adults.

Track 16:  Nutritional Neuroscience and Eating Disorders

Nutritional neuroscience is the scientific discipline that studies the effects various components of the diet such as minerals, vitamins, protein, carbohydrates, fats, dietary supplements, synthetic hormones, and food additives have on neurochemistry, neurobiology, behavior, and cognition. Recent research on nutritional mechanisms and their effect on the brain show they are involved in almost every facet of neurological functioning including alterations in neurogenesis, neurotrophic factors, neural pathways and neuroplasticity, throughout the life cycle.

Eating disorders are serious mental health disorders. They involve severe problems with your thoughts about food and your eating behaviors. You may eat much less or much more than you need. Eating disorders are medical conditions; they are not a lifestyle choice. They affect your body's ability to get proper nutrition. This can lead to health issues, such as heart and kidney problems, or sometimes even death. But there are treatments that can help.

Track 17:  Nutritional Immunology

Nutrition is critical to immune defence and resistance to pathogens, with consequences that affect the health, welfare, and reproductive success of individual organisms and also has profound ecological and evolutionary implications. In humans, under-nutrition, notably of protein, is a major contributor to morbidity and mortality due to infectious diseases, particularly in the developing world. Likewise, over-nutrition and its associated metabolic disorders may impair immune function, disrupt the relationship with symbiotic and commensal microbiota, and increase susceptibility to infectious disease. Despite the undoubted importance of nutrition to immune defence, the challenge remains to capture the complexity of this relationship. There are three main aspects to this complexity: (i) nutrition is a complex multi-dimensional problem for hosts, pathogens, and commensals; (ii) host immunity is a complex, multi-dimensional trait; and (iii) nutrition and immunity interact via multiple direct and indirect pathways, including involvement of the host's microbiota.

Track 18: Nutraceuticals and Medicinal Foods

Nutraceutical is a substance that may be considered a food or part of a food which provides medical or health benefits, encompassing prevention and treatment of disease. Products as diverse as isolated nutrients, dietary supplements and diets to genetically engineered “designer” foods, herbal products, and processed foods (cereals, soups, beverages) may be included under the umbrella of nutraceuticals.

Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases: The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action focuses on active pharmacological principles that modulate diabetes, associated risk factors, complications and the mechanism of action of widely used anti-diabetic herbal plants—rather than just the nutritional composition of certain foods.

Track 19: Plants and Animals Nutrition

Plant nutrition is the study of the chemical elements that are necessary for plant growth. There are several principles that apply to plant nutrition. Some elements are directly involved in plant metabolism. However, this principle does not account for the so-called beneficial elements, whose presence, while not required, has clear positive effects on plant growth.

Animal nutrition focuses on the dietary nutrients needs of animals, often in comparison (or contrast) to other organisms like plants. Carnivore and herbivore diets are contrasting, with basic nitrogen and carbon proportions vary for their particular foods. Many herbivores rely on bacterial fermentation to create digestible nutrients from indigestible plant cellulose, while obligate carnivores must eat animal meats to obtain certain vitamins or nutrients their bodies cannot otherwise synthesize. Animals generally have a higher requirement of energy in comparison to plants.

Track 20: Food Biotechnology

Recent advances in agricultural biotechnology have highlighted the need for experimental evidence and sound scientific judgment to assess the benefits and risks to society. Nutrition scientists and other animal biologists need a balanced understanding of the issues to participate in this assessment. To date most modifications to crop plants have benefited producers. Crops have been engineered to decrease pesticide and herbicide usage, protect against stressors, enhance yields and extend shelf life.

 

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