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17th International Conference on Obesity, Diet and Nutrition, will be organized around the theme “Future Prospects of Obesity Diet and Enhancing Lifelong Health”

Obesity-Diet 2018 is comprised of 22 tracks and 86 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Obesity-Diet 2018.

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Obesity is an abnormal accumulation of body fat, usually 20% or more over an individual's ideal body weight. Obesity is associated with increased risk of illness, disability, and death.

The branch of medicine that deals with the study and treatment of obesity is known as bariatrics. As obesity has become a major health problem in the United States, bariatrics has become a separate medical and surgical specialty.


Treatment of obesity depends primarily on how overweight a person is and his or her overall health. However, to be successful, any treatment must affect life-long behavioral changes rather than short-term weight loss. Dieting in which weight is repeatedly lost and regained, has been shown to increase a person's likelihood of developing fatal health problems than if the weight had been lost gradually or not lost at all.

  • Track 2-1Mazindol
  • Track 2-2Phendimetrazine
  • Track 2-3Phentermine
  • Track 2-4Diethylpropion
  • Track 2-5Topiramate
  • Track 2-6Desoxyn

Obesity could be a complex disease ensuing from the interactions of a wide type of hereditary and environmental factors. The combined progress in quantitative genetics, genetic science and bioinformatics has contributed to a better understanding of the genetic and molecular basis of obesity. Clustering of cases among a family, the harmoniousness of weight for monozygotic twins, and therefore the discovery of genes related to obesity are all arguments reinforcing the genetic dimension of obesity. In a study conducted by the National Institute of diabetes and digestive and excretory organ Diseases, the resting metabolic rates of over five hundred volunteers were analyzed and located to vary from burning as few as 1,067 calories daily to as several as three,015 calories. Genes also play a role in how our bodies react to exercise.

  • Track 3-1Physical Inactivity
  • Track 3-2Work Related Physical Activity
  • Track 3-3Hereditary Factors
  • Track 3-4Cellular, Molecular and Genetic bases of Obesity
Obesity increases the risk of developing a number of serious health conditions, including:
·         High triglycerides and low high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol
·         Type 2 diabetes
·         High blood pressure
·         Heart disease, Heart Stroke
·         Gallbladder disease
·         Gynecological problems, such as infertility and irregular periods

Obesity during childhood could be a major risk factor that inflicts severe immediate and future health complications. High BMI values in kids are indicative of possible prevalence of metabolic disorders like heart diseases and polygenic disease within the future. The early physical effects of obesity in adolescence include the majority of the child’s organs being affected, gallstones, hepatitis, sleep apnoea and raised intracranial pressure. Overweight kids are also a lot of probably to grow up to be overweight adults. Childhood obesity will be prevented by the assistance of parents and different relations, by applying little changes within the daily food habits. One will encourage healthy habits in their kids by not giving high calorie product to their kids. The youngsters should not be addicted to them. They should facilitate their kids to be physically active by regular games and exercise.


  • Track 5-1Birth Weight
  • Track 5-2Nutrition Education
  • Track 5-3Infant Feeding
  • Track 5-4Food Choice

For women, the risks include heart disease and hypertension. Children have a risk of future obesity and heart disease. Both women and their offspring are at increased risk for diabetes Obesity in pregnancy can affect health later in life for both mother and child. Maternal obesity can cause negative outcomes for both women and foetuses and it also increases the risk of a number of pregnancy complications. Women who are overweight or obese are less likely to have a live birth following in vitro fertilization.


  • Track 6-1Obesity and Infertility
  • Track 6-2Gestational Diabetes
  • Track 6-3Overdue Pregnancy
  • Track 6-4Premature Birth
  • Track 6-5Neonatal Death

Extra fat in the body might have harmful effects, like producing hormones and growth factors that have an effect on the way our cells work. Fat cells also can attract immune cells to body tissues which release chemicals that cause long-lasting inflammation. this can raise the chance of many diseases as well as cancer. People with obesity have chronic low-level or sub-acute unresolved inflammation, which is associated with increased cancer risk. One of the strongest links between obesity and cancer is an increased risk of breast and uterus cancers in ladies who are obese after the menopause, and this relates to higher estrogen levels. Overweight people usually have enlarged levels of hormone and insulin-like growth factor-1 which can result in the development of certain tumors.

  • Track 7-1Thoracic cancer
  • Track 7-2Lung cancer
  • Track 7-3Renal cell cancer
  • Track 7-4Thyroid cancer
  • Track 7-5Breast cancer

The problem of obesity isn't confined to just humans. A new study finds increased rates of obesity in mammals ranging from feral rats and mice to domestic pets and laboratory primates.  Dogs that are over nourished, lack the ability to exercise, or that have a tendency to retain weight are the most at risk for becoming obese.

  • Track 8-1Respiratory Distress
  • Track 8-2Reproductive problems
  • Track 8-3Heart disease
  • Track 8-4Diabetes

Weight management could be a long-run approach to a healthy manner. It includes a balance of healthy consumption and exercise to equate energy expenditure and energy intake. Developing healthy consumption habits while using tips that may keep us fuller longer can be helpful tools in weight management. Knowing what your body desires is very important to weight management and may control overconsumption and under consumption of food. Weight management doesn't include fad diets that promote fast, temporary weight loss. It focuses on the long-term results that are achieved through slow weight loss, followed by retention of an ideal weight for age, sex and height.


  • Track 9-1Metabolic Outcomes
  • Track 9-2Therapies for weight loss
  • Track 9-3Dietary Supplements
  • Track 9-4Natural weight loss
  • Track 9-5Medications for Weight loss

Specialists like dieticians, direct counsel or a bulkiness power to appreciate and take off enhancements in eating and activity penchants. All weight programs require changes in eating disorders and extended physical activity. The treatment systems that are right depends endless supply of heaviness, general prosperity and capability of individual to understand weight lessening masterminds.


  • Track 10-1Surgical and non-surgical liposuction
  • Track 10-2Morbid Obesity Treatment
  • Track 10-3Combination Therapy for the Treatment Of Obesity
  • Track 10-4Weight loss using Kinesiology
  • Track 10-5Advanced Inch Loss therapy

Preventing obesity is important. Once fat cells form, they remain in your body forever. Although you can reduce the size of fat cells, you cannot get rid of them. Obesity experts recommend that a key to preventing excess weight gain is monitoring fat consumption instead of counting calories, and therefore the National cholesterol Education Program maintains that only 30 % of calories should be derived from fat. Only one-third of those calories should be contained in saturated fats (the reasonably fat found in high concentrations in meat, poultry, and dairy farm products). 

Worldwide, at least 2.8 million people die annually as a results of being overweight or fat, and an estimated 35.8 million (2.3%) of world DALYs are caused by overweight or obesity. Overweight and fatness result in adverse metabolic effects on blood pressure, sterol, triglycerides and hypoglycemic agent resistance. Risks of coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular accident and type 2 diabetes increase steady with increasing body mass index (BMI), a measure of weight relative to height. Raised body mass index also will increase the chance of cancer of the breast, colon, prostate, mucous membrane, excretory organ and gall bladder. Mortality rates increase with increasing overweight, as degrees of measured by body mass index. The prevalence of overweight and fatness were highest within the WHO Regions of the Americas (62% for overweight in each sexes, and twenty sixth for obesity) and lowest within the WHO Region for South East Asia (14% overweight in both sexes and three for obesity).

  • Track 12-1Use of Nano Technology
  • Track 12-2Drug treatments and devices for Obesity
  • Track 12-3Nutritional Genomics
  • Track 12-4Probiotics for human health

The food choices we make can have an important impact on our health. However, expert opinions continue to change about which and how much of these foods are optimal. The World Health Organization (WHO) makes the following 5 recommendations with respect to both populations and individuals. Maintain a healthy weight by eating roughly the same number of calories that your body is using. Limit intake of fats. Not more than 30% of the total calories should come from fats. Prefer unsaturated fats to saturated fats. Avoid Trans fats. Eat at least 400 grams of fruits and vegetables per day (potatoes, sweet potatoes, cassava and other starchy roots do not count). A healthy diet also contains legumes (e.g. lentils, beans), whole grains and nuts. Limit the intake of sugar. A 2003 report recommends less than 10% of calorie intake from simple sugars.

  • Track 13-1Low-Calorie, Lower-Fat Alternatives
  • Track 13-2Dining Out - General tips for Healthy Dining Out
  • Track 13-3Inflammatory, Immune diseases & Immune-boosting
  • Track 13-4Fat-free versus Regular Diet Comparisons

A dietary supplement is either intended to provide nutrients in order to increase the quantity of their fat consumption, or to provide non-nutrient chemicals which are claimed to have a biologically beneficial effect. Supplements as generally understood include vitamins, minerals, fiber, fatty acids, or amino acids, among other substances. U.S. authorities define dietary supplements as foods, while elsewhere they may be classified as drugs or other products. There are more than 50,000 dietary supplements available. More than half of the U.S. adult population (53%-55%) consumes dietary supplements with most common ones being multivitamins. 

  • Track 14-1Body building supplements
  • Track 14-2Essential fatty acids
  • Track 14-3Vitamins
  • Track 14-4Macro nutrients
  • Track 14-5Micro nutrients

Appetite is the desire to consume food sometimes because of starvation or in the absence of starvation that serves to hold the power to preserve the metabolic sports. Weight loss plan is that sum of food consumed by way of character. The phrase weight loss plan normally implies the employment of unique intake of vitamins for fitness or weight-management motives. Though human beings are omnivores, every way of life and anybody holds some food alternatives or some meals taboos. This can also end result to private tastes or ethical reasons. Individual dietary selections can also be greater or a lot much less healthful.

  • Track 15-1Suppression
  • Track 15-2Dietary Intake
  • Track 15-3Dietary Guidelines
  • Track 15-4Stimulation

A vegetarian consumption pattern is predicated on plant foods, like vegetables, fruit, whole grains, nuts, seeds, beans and meat substitutes with very little or no animal product. The vegetarian diet is wealthy in vitamins, minerals and fiber, and lower in saturated fat and cholesterin. A plan should take into consideration your likes, dislikes and life-style. It should be a guide that will help you meet your personal weight and blood glucose the main sugar found in the blood and the body's main source of energy.  Also called blood sugar goals. A vegetarian consumption pattern is predicated on plant foods, like vegetables, fruit, whole grains, nuts, seeds, beans and meat substitutes with very little or no animal product. The vegetarian diet is wealthy in vitamins, minerals and fiber, and lower in saturated fat and cholesterin. A plan should take into consideration your likes, dislikes and life-style.

  • Track 16-1Type 2 diabetes
  • Track 16-2Nutrition therapy
  • Track 16-3Role of Hyper insulin
  • Track 16-4Obesity and Adipose tissue biology

Nutritional epidemiology is the study of human health in relation to nutrition. What started as a small sub discipline of epidemiology some decades ago has grown into a branch with major public health importance. Now that nutritional deficiencies have been dramatically reduced in most developed countries, the purpose of nutritional recommendations has been the prevention of diseases. Nutritional epidemiology is one of the younger disciplines in epidemiology. This may be partially due to the difficulties in measuring diet as an exposure. Diet and physical activity are arguably the most difficult exposures to assess in observational research and are plagued by considerable measurement error. We all eat, we all eat many different foods, we tend to forget rather quickly what we ate, and we often do not know the ingredients of the dishes we consume. Hence we are all exposed, and the variation may be more subtle than with other, more distinct exposures such as smoking or use of hormone replacement therapy. Few people maintain extreme diets

  • Track 17-1Importance of Nutrition in Chronic Diseases
  • Track 17-2Epidemiological studies on nutrition
  • Track 17-3Role of nutrition in diseases

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. In growing years different age groups have different requirements. Discussion with experts helps in dealing with the situation. Pediatric Healthcare is committed to providing the highest quality comprehensive care to infants, children, and adolescents in a compassionate manner, and to assisting parents in the endeavor of rearing their children to reach their optimal physical, emotional and spiritual development.

  • Track 18-1Developmental disabilities
  • Track 18-2Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Track 18-3Chronic kidney disease
  • Track 18-4Physical growth and maturation

A nutritional deficiency happens when the body doesn’t absorb or get from food the necessary quantity of a nutrient. Deficiencies will result in a variety of health issues. These will embrace digestion problems, skin disorders, scrubby or defective bone growth, and even dementia. The amount of every nutrient you must consume depends on your age. within the united states, several foods that you just provide the foodstuff (such as cereals, bread, and milk) are fortified with nutrients that are necessary to stop nutritional deficiency. however typically your body is unable to absorb certain nutrients although you’re consuming them.

  • Track 19-1Nutrition and Physiology of malnutrition
  • Track 19-2Poor concentration
  • Track 19-3Loss of energy
  • Track 19-4Depressive mood
  • Track 19-5Weight loss

The nutrition therapy recommended for people with diabetes is often based on theories or the opinions of the medical treatment provider. People with diabetes often find this frustrating or confusing, because they hear or read that ideally they should be on a low-carbohydrate diet but from other sources they are told that they should be eating a high-carbohydrate, high-protein, or low-fat diet. However, in recent years, there has been a shift in how medical recommendations for prevention and treatment of various diseases are developed. Medical recommendations, including those for nutrition therapy, are now being developed using an evidence-based approach.

  • Track 20-1Relief of symptoms by controlling hyperglycemia
  • Track 20-2Diabetic counseling and prevention
  • Track 20-3Prevention of acute and Chronic complication
  • Track 20-4Making diagnosis with glucose and Hemoglobin
  • Track 20-5Recognize the various types of diabetes

Nutrition and nutritional care have gained wide clinical and scientific interest during the past decades. The increasing knowledge of metabolic disturbances and nutritional assessment in chronic and acute diseases has stimulated rapid advances in design, development and clinical application of nutritional support. The aims of European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, are to encourage the rapid diffusion of knowledge and its application in the field of clinical nutrition and metabolism.

  • Track 21-1Public health and Consumer protection
  • Track 21-2Consideration during intensive care
  • Track 21-3Nutritional assessment
  • Track 21-4Kidney failure, Liver failure
  • Track 21-5Farm environment

Fats, macromolecule and carbohydrates all provide your body with fuel to keep up energy. Carbohydrates are the primary fuel utilized by working muscles. Adequate intake is crucial for preventing muscle fatigue. whereas you should monitor your fat intake, you should not take away it from your diet fully. Fats provide fatty acids which will be used as a supply of energy - particularly if your exercise sessions last longer than one hour. Fats additionally give the building blocks for hormones and formation of cell walls. Macromolecule is used as a supply of energy and is crucial for building new muscle tissue. If you're taking part in resistance training, your body would require extra macromolecule.

  • Track 22-1Quality of fluids and food
  • Track 22-2Anaerobic Exercise
  • Track 22-3High Protein Diet
  • Track 22-4Steroids
  • Track 22-5The Overweight Athlete