About Nutrition Conferences
Pulsus Conference takes an Immense pleasure in welcoming nutrition experts across the globe to the Nutrition Conference which brings together the Healthcare specialists, scientists, researchers focussing on food industry, manufacturers, government to encourage cooperation and creativity, and to promote the future of a sustainable healthy nutrition environment.
Nutrition is described in Science and Human Medicine as the practice of eating food that the cells in the body need to stay alive. Studies on nutrition primarily include two metabolic pathways, one being catabolism (Body breaks down food) and the other being anabolism (Creating cells and tissues). Nutrition research nowadays focuses primarily on metabolic pathways and biochemical ways of understanding how food substances we consume turn from one to another substance. This explains how certain disorders or conditions are caused by poor or unhealthy diets. For example, Malnutrition, food allergies, food poisoning. In a group effort with FAO, the Department of Nutrition for Health and Development regularly analyses new research and data from around the world on needs for anthropological nutrition and optional dietary intake. In view of the large number of essential human nutrition, this is a huge and never-ending mission. In view of the large number of essential human nutrition, this is a huge and never-ending mission. This diet contains protein, vigor, starch, fat and fatty acid, a number of vitamins, and a weight of minerals and essential trace elements.
Recent measures have also been taken to find out how a healthy diet can reduce disease. The human body usually requires vitamins and minerals and is known as micronutrients. Such sources of nutrients are not formed in the body naturally, so they are obtained from our diet. Improper food consumption can lead to deficiencies in which the body can’t absorb the food or nutrients required. How can dietary technology help enhance the well-being of the world's rising and aging population? The importance of healthy nutrition is of paramount importance with a rising and aging population worldwide. The effect of innovation includes the sharing and cooperation of expertise across sectors. There is a steep increase in manufactures in the food industry over ages and the approximate gain is increasing over year. But still we are conducting our researches to form a healthier generation. Due to unhealthy diet regulations the risk of nutritional disorders is also increased. The food consumed by mankind in nowadays is not providing enough supplements of Vitamins and Minerals which may leads to disorders. Healthy eating may result in healthier life and increase the life span. Nutrition is difficult as it involves multiple essential nutrients supply to the body, various biochemical and metabolic pathways, complex substances and microbial activity
Nutrition deficiency if unnoticed will results in a severe problem and in some cases may lead to death. According to recent reports by WHO 462 million around the is suffering from Malnutrition. Canada's Food Guide is an example of a nutrition program run by the government. The guide, developed by Health Canada, recommends food amounts, offers healthy nutrition education and encourages physical activity in compliance with government-mandated nutrient requirements. Government organizations have been working on programs on food education in non-primary health care settings to address the issue of nutrition information in the U.S. Many services include the Family Nutrition Program, Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program. Recent Global Nutrition Report Published by WHO in the year of 2018 has discussed mainly about the problem Malnutrition and countries which are highly effected due to this deficiency.
Nutrition research is very complex as it is demanding, the fatty acid metabolism that is taking place is difficult. Only observational studies cannot able to provide an accurate result. Interventional studies have to be carried out to find the causes and effect of nutrient deficiency. Various methods of Nutrition research are carried out which includes Epidemiology (Phenomenon of disease in Human population) which helps in find out how nutrient can prevent/ decrease the death rate of human population due to disorders. Genomics, Proteomics, Metabolomics, Microbial activity and System biology are also considered while conducting a Nutrition Research. Intervention studies, either on diet or physical activity, are often of limited duration, particularly when it is sometimes used to establish a disease relative to the whole life span of humans. An explanation for the poor efficacy of sustaining weight loss is an efficient feedback mechanism that connects adipose tissue with dietary intake and energy expenditure through a set point, probably encoded in the brain. Dietary treatments, time and challenges should be coupled with all applicable molecular nutrition technology in order to obtain mechanistic data on the real issues.
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Worldwide Pulsus Nutrition Events
7th International Conference on Smart Materials and Nanotechnology (Webinar)
Prague, Czech Republic20Jul
International Conference on Endocrinology disorders, Diabetes complications and Hypertension Webinar Conference
10th International Conference on Neurodegenerative Disorders and Stroke
Prague, Czech Republic07Sep
2nd International Conference on Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology
Prague, Czech Republic07Sep
2nd International Conference and Expo on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
San Francisco, USA23Sep
Medical Summit and Expo on Acupuncture, Alternative Medicine and Traditional Medicine
International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine
2nd International Conference on Material Physics & Material Science (ICMPMS-2020)
International Conference and Expo on Nutrition, Food Safety and Food Technology
Prague, Czech Republic02Nov
13th International Conference on Osteoporosis, Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Disorders
2nd International Conference on Nanotechnology and Artificial Intelligence