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17th World Congress on Obesity & Nutrition, will be organized around the theme “Exceeding the Vision towards Obesity and Nutrition”

World Obesity 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in World Obesity 2018

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Overweight and obesity are directly and indirectly linked to health and disease. Prevelance is expanding all over, particularly in western industrialized countries such as the UK, but also in countries undergoing rapid urbanization or 'westernization'. Overweight and obesity, and a static body mass index (BMI) commonly conceal sarcopenia (gain in body fat but loss of muscle mass and functional capacity) in older people, aggravated by inactivity

 

Steps to achieving a healthy weight:

 

  • Track 1-1Get organized!
  • Track 1-2Eat regular meals
  • Track 1-3Cut unhealthy fat from your diet
  • Track 1-4Cut out sugary drinks
  • Track 1-5Include physical activity in your daily routine
  • Track 1-6Eat a healthy diet
  • Track 1-7Make healthy fast-food, restaurant, and convenience-food choices to stay with your healthy eating when you eat out

Obesity has become the public health issue of the day—and for good reason. The problem of excess weight gain and obesity is difficult for many scientists and doctors to understand because it seems a simple consequence of eating too much or doing too little. The remedy seems simple—to reduce intake or increase exercise. Awareness of the association of obesity with health problems is longstanding. Obesity prevention programs should be high on the scientific and political agenda in both industrialized and industrializing countries

 

  • Track 2-1Public health and the environment
  • Track 2-2An anti‐obesity programme
  • Track 2-3Healthy Weight, Healthy Lives
  • Track 2-4Increase healthy habits
  • Track 2-5Eat a healthy diet

Childhood obesity is a serious health problem all over the world. Childhood obesity is a medical condition that affects children and teenagers. Everyone has a body shape that is just right for him or her changes but sometimes we can store excessive body fat. The efficiency of childhood obesity prevention programs can be seen by analyzing all interventional studies that intended to improve diet, physical activity, or both and that were conducted in schools, homes, primary care clinics, childcare settings, the community, or combinations of these settings in high-income countries.

 

  • Track 3-1Assessing Weight
  • Track 3-2Walking
  • Track 3-3Drinking water
  • Track 3-4Weight-loss surgery
  • Track 3-5Medications
  • Track 3-6Healthy eating
  • Track 3-7Treatment for obese children
  • Track 3-8Preventive measures in diet
  • Track 3-9Physical Activity Basics
  • Track 3-10Nutritional tips for Parents

Obesity observed in the entire family is considered to have genetic causes behind it. Such type of obesity is known as genetic obesity. For example, if grandparents or parents are obese the child can also become one. In this situation the child is facing genetic obesity. The lifestyle which the family shares is also responsible for this type of obesity. It can be caused due to unhealthy food habits common in the family. It may also depend on the eating habits of a particular region.

  • Track 4-1Have a balanced diet
  • Track 4-2Count calories
  • Track 4-3Keep track on weight
  • Track 4-4Mold your body with exercise and yoga
  • Track 4-5Avoid ignoring small things

Obesity and Overweight negatively encounter the health of women in countless ways. Being overweight or obeseboost the relative risk of diabetes and coronary artery disease in women. Women who are obese have a higher risk of low back pain and knee osteoarthritis. Obesity negatively affects both contraception and fertility as well. Maternal obesity is related with leading standard of cesarean section as well as higher rates of high risk obstetrical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension. Pregnancy outcomes are negatively affected by maternal obesity (increased risk of neonatal mortality and malformations). Maternal obesity is lump together with a diminished intention to breastfeed, decreased initiation of breastfeeding, and decreased duration of breastfeeding. There seems to be an association between obesity and depression in women, though cultural factors may influence this association. Obese women are at higher risk for multiple cancers, including endometrial cancer, cervical cancer, breast cancer, and perhaps ovarian cancer.

  • Track 5-1Start with one small change
  • Track 5-2Switch out bad snacks for good snacks
  • Track 5-3Be realistic about which habits need to go
  • Track 5-4Find a healthy meal you like and eat it all the time
  • Track 5-5Move during your lunch break
  • Track 5-6Lift weights to lose weight
  • Track 5-7Schedule a weekly cheat meal

Obesity medication is the field of pharmaceutical devoted to the far-reaching consideration of patients with obese. It is the field of medicine committed to the absolute care of patients with obesityObesity Medicine target on health and disease, relating to the very broad spectrum of research in and strike on humans.Obesity medicine clinicians who are individuals from the Obesity Medicine Association   use an exhaustive, logical, and individualized approach involved nutrition, physical activity, conduct treatment, and prescription to enable patients to get more fit and accomplish better general health.

  • Track 6-1Contrave (naltrexone HCl and bupropion HCl) ; Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A.; For chronic weight management , Approved September 2014
  • Track 6-2Jardiance (empagliflozin) ; Boehringer Ingelheim; For the treatment of type II diabetes, Approved August 2014
  • Track 6-3Saxenda (liraglutide [rDNA origin] injection); Novo Nordisk; For chronic weight management, Approved December 2014
  • Track 6-4Tanzeum (albiglutide); GlaxoSmithKline; For the treatment of type II diabetes mellitus, Approved April 2014
  • Track 6-5Trulicity (dulaglutide); Eli Lilly; To improve glycemic control in type II diabetics, Approved September 2014
  • Track 6-6Nesina (alogliptin); Takeda; For the treatment of type II diabetes mellitus, Approved January 2013
  • Track 6-7Belviq (lorcaserin hydrochloride); Arena Pharmaceuticals; For the chronic management of weight loss, Approved June 2012
  • Track 6-8Bydureon (exenatide extended-release for injectable suspension); Amylin; For the improvement of glycemic control in adults with type II diabetes mellitus, Approved January 2012
  • Track 6-9Qsymia (phentermine + topiramate extended-release); Vivus; For the treatment of chronic weight management, Approved July 2012

Diabetes and obesity are chronic disorders that are on the rise worldwide. Body mass index has a strong relationship to diabetes and insulin resistance. In an obese individual, the amount of NEFA, glycerol, hormones, cytokines, proinflammatory substances, and other substances that are involved in the development of insulin resistance are increased. Insulin resistance with impairment of β-cell function leads to the development of diabetes. Gaining weight in early life is associated with the development of type 1 diabetes. NEFA is a cornerstone in the development of insulin resistance and in the impairment of β-cell function. New approaches in managing and preventing diabetes in obese individuals must be studied and investigated based on these facts

 

  • Track 7-1Obesity & Adipose Tissue Biology
  • Track 7-2Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes Complications and treatment
  • Track 7-3Nutrigenomics
  • Track 7-4Oxidative stress & Platelet activation in obesity
  • Track 7-5Normal Insulin sensitivity
  • Track 7-6Role of Hyperinsulinism
  • Track 7-7Diabetic diet
  • Track 7-8Obesity and Type-2 Diabetes
  • Track 7-9Childhood Obesity & Type-2 Diabetes
  • Track 8-1Endocrine Psychiatry
  • Track 8-2Neuro Endocrinology
  • Track 8-3Endocrine Surgery
  • Track 8-4Endocrine regulation
  • Track 8-5Lipodystrophy syndromes
  • Track 8-6Hypothyroidism
  • Track 8-7Hyperthyroidism
  • Track 8-8G-Protein coupled receptors
  • Track 8-9Avian endocrinology & Adaptations
  • Track 8-10Steroid hormones & receptors
  • Track 8-11Glycoprotein hormones
  • Track 8-12Growth hormones
  • Track 8-13Reproductive Endocrinology
  • Track 9-1Surgical treatment of obesity
  • Track 9-2Clinical pharmacology of obesity
  • Track 9-3Anti obesity drugs
  • Track 9-4Pharmacotherapy for obesity
  • Track 9-5Drug disposition in obesity
  • Track 9-6Pharmacokinetics in obese patients
  • Track 9-7Obesity in adults & Drug therapy
  • Track 10-1Endometrial cancer
  • Track 10-2Esophageal Adenocarcinoma
  • Track 10-3Gastric cardia cancer
  • Track 10-4Liver cancer
  • Track 10-5Multiple myeloma
  • Track 10-6Meningioma
  • Track 10-7Gallbladder cancer
  • Track 10-8Postmenopausal breast cancer
  • Track 10-9Pancreatic cancer
  • Track 11-1Bronchiectasis
  • Track 11-2Cardiac failure
  • Track 11-3Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder
  • Track 11-4Coronary artery disease
  • Track 11-5Dysrhythmias  
  • Track 11-6Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Track 11-7Visceral obesity
  • Track 11-8Bipolar disorder
  • Track 12-1Heart disease and stroke
  • Track 12-2Sleep Apnea
  • Track 12-3Breathing problems
  • Track 12-4Gout
  • Track 12-5Osteoarthritis
  • Track 12-6Gallbladder disease & Gallstones
  • Track 12-7Cancer
  • Track 12-8Diabetes
  • Track 12-9High blood pressure
  • Track 12-10Asthma
  • Track 13-1Exercise habit
  • Track 13-2Fat freezing
  • Track 13-3Cool sculpting
  • Track 13-4Ultrashape
  • Track 13-5lipodissolve treatments
  • Track 13-6Mesotherapy treatments
  • Track 13-7Ultrasounds
  • Track 13-8Cryolipolysis
  • Track 13-9Surgical fat reduction
  • Track 13-10Fat burning foods
  • Track 13-11Healthy weight
  • Track 13-12Balanced eating
  • Track 14-1International nutrients
  • Track 14-2Toxicity
  • Track 14-3Mineral deficiency
  • Track 14-4Molecular Biology
  • Track 14-5Biology
  • Track 14-6Physiology
  • Track 14-7Food science
  • Track 14-8Stages of Life cycle
  • Track 14-9Sports nutrients
  • Track 14-10Dietary intake
  • Track 15-1Public Health & Epidemiology
  • Track 15-2Nutrition & Occupational Health
  • Track 15-3Public Heatlth & Medicine
  • Track 15-4Public Health & Social Marketing
  • Track 15-5Mental Health
  • Track 15-6Preventive Medicine
  • Track 15-7Public Health & Community Nutrition
  • Track 15-8Public Health & Nursing
  • Track 16-1Vitamin deficiency
  • Track 16-2Hypervitaminosis
  • Track 16-3Scurvy
  • Track 16-4Rickets
  • Track 16-5Malnutrition
  • Track 16-6Vitamin B12 Deficiency
  • Track 16-7Food Intolerance
  • Track 16-8Eating Disorders
  • Track 16-9Nutrition Cancer
  • Track 16-10Nutritional support
  • Track 16-11Iodine deficiency disorders
  • Track 16-12Anemia
  • Track 17-1Synthetic Vitamins
  • Track 17-2Food and Nutrition
  • Track 17-3Food engineering
  • Track 17-4Food safety
  • Track 17-5Food policy
  • Track 17-6Food laws and regulations
  • Track 17-7Food quality management
  • Track 17-8Cholesterol free
  • Track 17-9Internal factors
  • Track 17-10Adulterated food
  • Track 17-11Intolerance
  • Track 17-12Food allergy
  • Track 17-13Functional foods
  • Track 17-14Nutraceuticals
  • Track 17-15External Factors
  • Track 18-1Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Track 18-2Cognitive Nutrition Therapy
  • Track 18-3LipiDidiet
  • Track 18-4AminoAcid Nutrition Therapy
  • Track 18-5Nutritional therapy
  • Track 18-6Dietary Ingredient
  • Track 18-7Intradialytic parenteral nutrition
  • Track 18-8Medical food
  • Track 19-1Carbohydrates
  • Track 19-2Food fortification
  • Track 19-3Nootropics
  • Track 19-4Micronutrients
  • Track 19-5Macronutrients
  • Track 19-6Essential fatty acids
  • Track 19-7Essential nutrients
  • Track 19-8Evolution of dietary antioxidants
  • Track 19-9Essential minerals
  • Track 19-10Dietary minerals
  • Track 19-11Phytochemicals
  • Track 20-1Research and Development in Food and Nutrition
  • Track 20-2Food intake control
  • Track 20-3Physiological responses of the body
  • Track 20-4Metabolic responses of the body
  • Track 20-5Bioencapsulation of food
  • Track 20-6Microencapsulation of food
  • Track 20-7Food micro & nano structure
  • Track 20-8Novel foods & supplements
  • Track 20-9Genetically Modified Food
  • Track 20-10Shelf life of food
  • Track 21-1Yoga and Aerobics
  • Track 21-2Genetic risk factors in obesity
  • Track 21-3Exercise and Physical stress
  • Track 21-4Nutritional Genomics
  • Track 21-5Genetic defects of Beta cell function
  • Track 21-6Mitochondrial energy metabolism
  • Track 22-1 Human health
  • Track 22-2Physical activity
  • Track 22-3Fitness
  • Track 22-4Enzymes
  • Track 22-5Catalyst
  • Track 22-6Digestion
  • Track 22-7Carbohydrate metabolism
  • Track 22-8Lipid metabolism
  • Track 22-9Protein and Amino acid metabolism
  • Track 23-1Diet
  • Track 23-2Forensic epidemiology 
  • Track 23-3Informatics
  • Track 23-4Biostatistics
  • Track 23-5Nutritional biomarkers
  • Track 24-1Dietetics
  • Track 24-2Energy Balance
  • Track 24-3Oral administration
  • Track 24-4Enteral administration
  • Track 24-5Intravenous
  • Track 24-6Immuno nutrition
  • Track 25-1Quality of fluids
  • Track 25-2Quality of food
  • Track 25-3Steroids
  • Track 25-4Anaerobic Exercise
  • Track 25-5High Protein Diet
  • Track 25-6 Multivitamin
  • Track 25-7Vegetables
  • Track 25-8Whole grains
  • Track 26-1Metabolite
  • Track 26-2Nitrogen
  • Track 26-3Phosphorus
  • Track 26-4Potassium
  • Track 26-5Photosynthesis
  • Track 26-6Nitrogen Fixation
  • Track 26-7Antioxidants
  • Track 26-8Autotrophs
  • Track 26-9Heterotrophs