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31st Annual Congress on Nutrition & Food Sciences, will be organized around the theme “Highlighting Modern Enrichments in Food Science and Nutrition”

Food Science Congress is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Food Science Congress

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Food Science is a multi-disciplinary field relating chemistry, biochemistry, nutrition, microbiology and engineering to provide one the scientific knowledge to explain actual difficulties related to the many facets of the food structure. The basis of the discipline lies in a considerate of the chemistry of food components, such as proteins, carbohydrates, fats and water and the reactions they go through during processing and storage. A thorough understanding of processing and safeguarding methods is required including drying, freezing, pasteurization, canning, irradiation, extrusion, to name just a few.

 

  • Track 1-1Food chemistry
  • Track 1-2Food engineering
  • Track 1-3Food microbiology
  • Track 1-4Chemistry of Food Components
  • Track 1-5Food packaging
  • Track 1-6Food preservation
  • Track 1-7Food substitution
  • Track 1-8Food technology
  • Track 1-9Molecular gastronomy
  • Track 2-1Pediatric diet
  • Track 2-2Breast feeding importance
  • Track 2-3Food Allergies
  • Track 2-4Pediatric obesity prevention
  • Track 3-1Biological Aspects of Nutrition
  • Track 3-2Role of Nutrition in the Etiology of Disease
  • Track 3-3Nutrition in Chronic Diseases
  • Track 3-4Gene-nutrient interactions and Nutrigenomics
  • Track 4-1Problems with Physical or Mental Development
  • Track 4-2Dietary Deficiency
  • Track 4-3Mental health problems
  • Track 4-4Digestive disorders and stomach conditions
  • Track 4-5Lack of breastfeeding
  • Track 4-6Low intake of food
  • Track 5-1Principles, amino acids and proteins
  • Track 5-2Agricultural chemicals in the food chain
  • Track 5-3Non-nutritive components of food
  • Track 5-4Water, electrolytes, minerals and trace elements
  • Track 5-5Plant secondary metabolites and herbs
  • Track 5-6Vitamins
  • Track 5-7Alcohol as a nutrient
  • Track 5-8Dietary fibre
  • Track 5-9Carbohydrates
  • Track 5-10Lipids
  • Track 5-11Drugs and nutrition
  • Track 6-1Pregnancy, lactation and weaning
  • Track 6-2Childhood and youth; middle age and old age
  • Track 6-3Sport Nutrition
  • Track 6-4Nutrition in outer space
  • Track 6-5Dietary deficiency
  • Track 6-6Nutrition in the aetiology of disease
  • Track 7-1Types of Eating Disorders
  • Track 7-2Causes of Eating Disorders
  • Track 7-3Signs & Symptoms of an Eating Disorder
  • Track 7-4Treatment for an Eating Disorder
  • Track 8-1Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Track 8-2Cognitive Nutrition Therapy
  • Track 8-3Amino Acid Nutrition Therapy
  • Track 8-4Digestive Problems
  • Track 8-5Cardio-Vascular Health
  • Track 8-6Autoimmune conditions
  • Track 9-1Livestock Protein Supply
  • Track 9-2Livestock Nutrition Aspects
  • Track 9-3Sustainability According to the Feed Type
  • Track 9-4Feed Quality and Safety Guidelines
  • Track 10-1Occurrence of natural toxins in plant and animal foodstuffs
  • Track 10-2Health Risks
  • Track 10-3Microbiological Risks
  • Track 10-4Toxicological Risks
  • Track 10-5Food additives
  • Track 10-6Toxicities of chemicals found in foods
  • Track 11-1Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Track 11-2Ketogenic Diet
  • Track 11-3DASH Diet

Holistic nutrition aims to restore diet to its most natural form—whole, unprocessed, chemical-free foods. By incorporating more whole foods that are organically grown into the diet, the balance is restored and common conditions such as insomnia, digestive problems, and other inflammatory conditions like arthritis and rosacea can all be alleviated or eliminated. Additionally, acidified body tissue, which leaves one prone to unnecessary injuries (whether sports related or not) can also be eliminated with holistic nutrition.

  • Track 12-1Herbal Medicine
  • Track 12-2Natural supplementation
  • Track 12-3Holistic food preparation
  • Track 13-1Essential nutrients
  • Track 13-2Dietary patterns
  • Track 13-3Parenteral nutrition supplements
  • Track 13-4Role of Nutrition in prevention of disease
  • Track 13-5Nutrition Physiology
  • Track 13-6Nutritional Assessment
  • Track 14-1Food Structure, Energy Balance & Metabolism
  • Track 14-2Food safety and Management
  • Track 14-3Nutrition and Management
  • Track 14-4Probiotic and Prebiotic Nutrition
  • Track 14-5Nutritional Neuroscience
  • Track 14-6Nutritional Neuroscience
  • Track 14-7Animal and Livestock Nutrition
  • Track 14-8Nutrition and Food Technology
  • Track 14-9Nutrition and Cancer
  • Track 14-10Nutritional Epidemiology
  • Track 14-11Diet & Appetite
  • Track 14-12Obesity, Diabetes & Endocrinology
  • Track 14-13Childhood Obesity and Weight-Loss Nutrition
  • Track 15-1Diabetes management
  • Track 15-2Glycemic efficacy
  • Track 15-3Low-carbohydrate alternatives
  • Track 15-4Eating & Physical Activity
  • Track 15-5Protein Diet
  • Track 15-6Carbohydrate counting
  • Track 15-7Food and Fitness
  • Track 16-1Lysosomal storage disease
  • Track 16-2Deficiency disease
  • Track 16-3Inborn errors of metabolism
  • Track 16-4Amino acid metabolism disorders
  • Track 16-5Carbohydrate metabolism disorders
  • Track 16-6Fatty acid metabolism disorders
  • Track 16-7Purine and pyrimidine metabolism disorders