Thursday, 21 November 2019

Food Features

What makes food so enjoyable—beyond the flavors, textures, and variety it brings to everyday life—is that each one has some unique story behind it; from where it was first cultivated, to how it’s been used and adapted for changing tastes and preferences from one decade to the next. Of course, there’s also the relationship between food and health, though we know it’s more important to focus on an overall healthy eating pattern, rather than a few magic-bullet “super foods.”

some of the good food items are: Almond, banana, Apple, Brussels sprouts

Diet Congress 2020:

 Our 29th World Congress on Diet, Nutrition and Obesity was held in April 13-14, 2020 at Auckland, New Zealand a beautiful city for visiting.

it is a great opportunity to meet international experts and also to share your ideas at our conference,

Its open to all , Speaker opportunity is available and also for exhibitor and sponsorship are also available.

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Tuesday, 29 October 2019

Diet congress 2020

"Diet congress 2020":  Our 29th World congress on Diet, Nutrition and Obesity 2020 is held on April 13-14, 2020 at Auckland, New Zealand. With the theme of"Aiming towards right nutrition and healthy living".

Come and join to meet international experts and share your knowledge and get known facts.

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Friday, 25 October 2019

Fruits with the lowest carbs

Counting these fruits when following a carb-light dietary routine can include colour, flavour, and essential supplements to your eating routine without tipping the carb count.

Some types of fruit have fewer carbs per standard serving, mostly due to their higher water, or have fewer absorbable carbohydrates due to their high fiber content. These absorbable carbs are often referred to as net carbs.

Diet Congress 2020 welcomes you all to be a part of it. To gain and share knowledge on various topics on #nutrition from all over the world. #diet #obesity #clinicalnutrition #malnutrition #eatingdisorders

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Thursday, 24 October 2019

29th World congress on Diet, Nutrition and Obesity 2020

Prostate cancer: Investigating the impact of diet

A recent review searches for links between dietary choices and prostate cancer. The authors conclude that there may be an association between plant based diets and a decreased risk of prostate cancer, as well as a link between dairy intake and increased risk.
Some scientists have turned to nutrition, but — for various reasons — measuring the effect of the diet on disease is notoriously difficult. As one example, food intake can fluctuate wildly from day to day, month to month, and year to year.

Join us in Diet & Nutrition and obesity 2020 conference, and share your experience, don’t miss the opportunity to meet Nutrition Professional from all over the world.

Hurry Up to register @ 29th World congress on Diet, Nutrition and Obesity which has been planned during April 13-14  at Auckland, New Zealand and meet the international experts.

Tuesday, 22 October 2019

Type 2 diabetes remission possible with 'achievable' weight loss!

People who achieve weight loss of 10% or more in the first five years following diagnosis with type 2 diabetes have the greatest chance of seeing their disease go into remission, according to a new study.
The findings suggest that it is possible to recover from the disease without intensive lifestyle interventions or extreme calorie restrictions.
Good nutrition is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle. Combined with physical activity, your diet can help you to reach and maintain a healthy weight, reduce your risk of chronic diseases (like heart disease and cancer), and promote your overall health.

Our 29th world congress on Diet, Nutrition and obesity held on April 13-14 at Auckland, New-Zealand.
It is a good platform for all to share their research findings, ideas and gain new knowledge.
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Monday, 21 October 2019

Limiting mealtimes may increase your motivation for exercise!

Limiting access to food in mice increases levels of the hormone, ghrelin, which may also increase motivation to exercise, according to a study published in the Journal of Endocrinology. The study suggests that a surge in levels of appetite-promoting hormone, ghrelin, after a period of fasting prompted mice to initiate voluntary exercise. These novel findings indicate that better diet control, for example limiting food intake to mealtimes or fasting intermittently, could help overweight people maintain a more effective exercise routine, lose weight and avoid debilitating complications such as diabetes and heart disease.

Obesity is a costly and growing, global health epidemic that needs more effective intervention strategies to avoid serious complications including heart disease and diabetes. Food restriction and regular exercise are the two main cost-effective strategies to prevent and treat obesity; however the condition is often associated with a sedentary lifestyle and bad eating habits, such as snacking and binge eating. Consequently, adhering to a regular exercise regime can be difficult due to an inability to exercise for a prolonged period or a lack of motivation. Ghrelin, often referred to as the 'hunger hormone', stimulates appetite through actions on the brain reward circuitry that increase motivation to eat.

Our 29th conference on Diet, Nutrition and Obesity 2020 is held on April 13-14 at Auckland, New Zealand

with the theme of Aiming towards right nutrition and healthy living.

For more details visit our website:

Friday, 18 October 2019

Childhood Obesity Is Rising 'Shockingly Fast' — Even In Poor Countries

The report paints a complex, dire picture of the state of children's health. Overall, it found that around 200 million children under age 5, or 1 in 3 worldwide, are either undernourished or overweight. Wasting (below-average weight for height) and micro nutrient deficiency remain persistent challenges in Africa and South Asia. Still, there's some good news: Stunting (below-average height for age) has dropped sharply in the last two decades on every continent except Africa.

Our international conference on Diet, Nutrition and Obesity is held on April 13-14 at Auckland, New-Zealand.

 With punchline of "Dynamic approaches for healthy diet and good nutrition and also control of obesity"

 This is a good opportunity for all being same field of researchers, doctors , nutritionist,dietitians etc. Those can share their ideas, knowledge and more.

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