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Nutrition against obesity: Fight for fat to fit
- Euro Obesity 2019

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Allied Academic proudly announces “4th International Conference on Obesity & Weight Management” scheduled on April 15-16, 2019 Abu Dhabi, UAE. The theme of the meeting is "Nutrition against obesity: Fight for fat to fit".

Euro Obesity 2019 the main objective of the event is to promote awareness about proper nutrition and risk associated with improper diet along with obesity and its impact on health, Euro Obesity 2019 will educate and strengthen recent research on the several causes, results, treatment, and prevention of obesity. It includes a wide range of Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, Symposia, Workshops, Exhibitions and Career development programs.

Why to Attend: 
Euro Obesity 2019 main slogan is to address the challenges in making a safer, sustainable and affordable system for medication, and health through consolidating the underpinning Medicine research platforms. Researcher and Expertise who’s in these subjects need in-depth understanding. It’s important to share knowledge with others due to newly generated problem. For that they need a platform to share their knowledge. We could say we create a golden opportunity for those people expose their knowledge through this conference.

In addition to attending the conference, we invite you to experience Rome, the beautiful and famous city in Italy, which attracts people from around the world.

Target Audience: 
Scientists, Doctors, Professors, Practitioners, Therapists, Business/Practice Managers, Health Professionals, Students, and Young researchers, Associations, Societies and Universities.

                                                 

Session/Tracks

Track 1: Obesity and weight management

Obesity Management includes lifestyle changes, medications, or surgery and the main treatment for obesity consists of dieting and physical exercise. 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. . Diet programs may produce weight loss over the short term period, but maintaining this weight loss is frequently difficult and often requires making exercise and a lower calorie diet a permanent part of an individual's lifestyle.

Hypertension

Abnormal obesity

Dietary Supplements

Metabolic Outcomes

Pharmacologic Therapy

Herbal Weight loss Medication
Obesity Causes:
The most common causes of obesity are overeating and physical inactivity. Ultimately, body weight is the result of genetics, metabolism, environment, behavior, and culture.

Genetics

Overeating

A diet high in simple carbohydrates

Frequency of eating

Physical inactivity

Medications

Psychological factors

 

Track 2: Diabetes and obesity

Being overweight or obese increases the chances of developing the common type of diabetes, type 2 diabetes. In this disease, the body makes sufficient insulin but the cells in the body have become resistant to the productive action of insulin.
2.1 Diabetes and its types:
The most common form of diabetes in the general population is type 2 diabetes, which often develops from pre-diabetes. Overweight is more risk of developing type 2 diabetes, particularly those who have excess weight around abdomen. Type 1 diabetes is more common in children and gestational diabetes is a form of diabetes that can occur during pregnancy.
type 1 diabetes
type 2 diabetes

Gestational diabetes

2.2 Diabetes and Obesity Treatment:
The relations between obesity and type 2 diabetes are firmly established - lacking the involvement of a healthy diet and proper exercise; obesity can lead to type 2 diabetes over a relatively short period of time. Reducing the body weight by even a small amount can help improve the body's insulin sensitivity and lower the risk of developing cardiovascular and metabolic conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease and types of cancer. According to the NHS, a 5% reduction in body weight followed up by regular moderate intensity exercise could reduce your type 2 diabetes risk by more than 50%.

Track 3: Obesity, high cholesterol and metabolic syndrome
obesity and high cholesterol are harmful for heart health. Combination of them with one or more other health problems such as high blood pressure or high blood sugar and these health risks can create a perfect storm known as metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome describes a group of factors or conditions that raise your risk for heart disease and other health problems, such as diabetes and stroke.
Abdominal Obesity
High Blood Sugar

High Triglycerides Levels

Low HDL Levels

High Blood Pressure

 
Track 4: Cancer and Obesity   

Obese people often have chronic low-level inflammation, which can, over time, cause DNA damage that leads to cancer. Several areas of research are exploring mechanisms that link obesity and cancer. One research area involves understanding the role of the microbes that live in the human gastrointestinal tract in both type 2 diabetes and obesity. Conditions are associated with dysbiosis, an imbalance in the collection of these microbes. Despite the limitations of the study designs, there is consistent evidence that higher amounts of body fat are associated with increased risks of a number of cancers including:
• Endometrial cancer
• Esophageal adenocarcinoma

• Gastric cardia cancer

• Liver cancer

• Kidney cancer

• Multiple myeloma

• Meningioma

Pancreatic cancer

Colorectal cancer

Gallbladder cancer

Breast cancer

Ovarian cancer
Thyroid cancer

Track 5: Clinical diabetes

Novel therapeutic mark available for diabetes includes Incretin based therapies, oral therapeutic agents likes secretagogues, beta cell regeneration & proliferation and stem cell therapies.  Embryonic stem cell and fetal precursor cell transplantation therapies are the major stem cell therapies available for Diabetes. Aside from the above, various computational approaches in Diabetes management have been introduced recently with latest diabetes clinical trial going on which are playing an important role in identification of genes causing diabetes helping in Early Detection of Diabetes. These actions are also useful in studying the chemical etiologies of Diabetes uncovering various treatment prospects and model construction processes for survival prediction combating the complications of diabetes like Gestational Diabetes, Diabetes Myopathy, Diabetes cardiopathy and more.

5.1 Lipid:
consuming fat or lipids leading to the obesity problem. This idea stemmed from several observational studies that found that specific groups of people who consumed higher levels of fat had a higher body mass index. So, the correlation between fat intake and obesity led to the theory that fat intake causes obesity.

Track 6: Obesity in Cardiovascular diseases

Obesity is presently one of the extreme public health problem of world. it harmful effects on the cardiovascular system and its association with numerous cardiovascular diseases (CVD), recent findings leading to the development of concepts such as metabolically healthy obesity, the obesity paradox, and protective subcutaneous fat depots have raised a lively debate on the disparate effects of obesity on health outcomes. Obese people as metabolically healthy, physicians may not feel pressed to curb the current obesity epidemic and prevent the next generation of people from becoming obese. 
The body mass index is at the core of the controversy because of its limitations including its inability to discriminate between fat mass and muscle mass. Many recent epidemiological and metabolic studies have used other indices such as waist–hip ratio, waist circumference, and imaging measurements of visceral adiposity and of ectopic fat depots. In addition, emerging evidence supports the importance of cardiorespiratory fitness, skeletal muscle mass and strength in patients with obesity as useful variables to predict CVD risk beyond adiposity. It could be harmful, potentially harmless or neutral, or even possibly protective.

Track 7: Childhood Diabetes & Obesity
Childhood obesity is commonly a condition where excess body fat negatively affects a child’s health. An indication of childhood obesity may be a weight spill the everyday for a child’s height and age. Childhood obesity is dramatically increasing in prevalence, and the complications of obesity, previously only seen in adulthood, are beginning to appear in children for the first time. Until now, type 2 diabetes had only been described in adults and children from ethnic minorities. Childhood obesity is serious as a result of the extra pounds and might cause problems such as- inherited disorder, high force per unit area and high alcohol.
• Birth weight
• Nutrition Education
• Infant Feeding

• Food Choice

Track 8: Eating Disorders
        
Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses. Some of eating disorders include bulimia, binge eating disorder, and anorexia. There’s no single cause and people might not have all symptoms for any one eating disorder. Body size and eating disorders are interrelated. Larger body size is both a risk factor for developing an eating disorder and a common outcome for individuals with bulimia nervosa (BN) and binge eating disorder (BED). Body dissatisfaction and unhealthy dieting practices are linked to the development of eating disorders, obesity, and other problems.
8.1: Anorexia:

Anorexia (anorexia nervosa) is a serious mental illness where people are of low weight due to limiting their energy intake. It can affect anyone of any age, gender, or background. As well as restricting the amount of food eaten, they may do lots of exercise to get rid of food eaten. Some people with anorexia may experience cycles of eating large amounts of food at once and then cleanse. Depending on the exact symptoms, they might be diagnosed with atypical anorexia or another form of other specified feeding or eating disorder (OSFED). 
Many people who will felt they could control what they ate and their body weight when they didn’t feel they could control other aspects of their lives. There are many different reasons that someone might develop anorexia, but it’s important to remember that eating disorders are often not about food itself. They are mental illnesses, and treatment should address the underlying thoughts and feelings that cause the behavior.

Track 9: Genetics of Obesity               
A person is more likely to develop obesity if one or both parents are obese. Genetics also affect hormones involved in fat regulation. For example, one genetic cause of obesity is leptin deficiency. Leptin is a hormone produced in fat cells and in the placenta. Leptin controls weight by signaling the brain to eat less when body fat stores are too high. If, for some reason, the body cannot produce enough leptin or leptin cannot signal the brain to eat less, this control is lost, and obesity occurs. The role of leptin replacement as a treatment for obesity is under exploration.

Track 10: Genetics and Transplantation of Diabetes

Allo-transplantation and Auto-transplantation are the two types of pancreatic islet cell transplantation. Allo transplantation is a method where islets from pancreas of a deceased donor are purified and transferred to another person. This procedure is performed in certain patients with type 1 diabetes whose glucose levels in the blood are difficult to control. The aim of such transplantation is to normalize blood glucose levels with or without insulin injections and to eliminate unawareness of hypoglycaemia. Auto transplantation is performed by surgical removal of the entire pancreas, followed by purification of the islets and infusion into the patients’ liver. It can be of various types such as pancreas transplantation, xenotransplantation and islet transplantation.
• Genetics of metabolic syndrome: Challenges and relation with diabetes mellitus
• Diabetes in specific ethnic groups

• Recent advances in genetics of diabetes

• Pancreatic islet transplantation

• Conventional insulinotherapy

• Xenotransplantation

• Genetics of Type 2 Diabetes: From Candidate Genes to Genome-Wide Association Analysis

• Rodent Models of Diabetes

Track 11: Endocrinology Disorders and Treatment

Endocrine disorder that results when a gland produces too much or too little of an endocrine hormone, called a hormone imbalance. The endocrine system is a network of glands that produce and release hormones that help control many important body functions, including the body's ability to change calories into energy that powers cells and organs. The endocrine system influences how heart beats, how bones and tissues grow, even ability to make a baby. It plays a vital role in whether or not develops diabetes, thyroid disease, growth disorders, sexual dysfunction, and a host of other hormone-related disorders.

Each gland of the endocrine system releases specific hormones into bloodstream. These hormones travel through blood to other cells and help control or coordinate many body processes.

• Endocrine glands include:

• Adrenal glands

• Hypothalamus

• Ovaries

• Islet cells in the pancreas

• Parathyroid

• Pineal gland

• Pituitary gland

• Testes

• Thymus

• Thyroid

Track 12: PCOS, obesity and infertility

PCOS is a common cause of infertility. Many women with PCOS are obese, but many thin women also carry the diagnosis. Despite widespread phenotypic heterogeneity and different underlying pathophysiology that may contribute to infertility, IVF is a common therapy for all infertile PCOS patients who fail ovulation induction. Some data in the literature suggests increasing weight decreases IVF success. 
12.1 Side effects of Obesity in Pregnancy: 
Obesity during pregnancy increase the risk of various pregnancy complications, including:
• The risk of miscarriage, stillbirth and recurrent miscarriage

• Gestational diabetes

• A pregnancy complication characterized by high blood pressure and signs of damage to another • organ system, often the kidneys (preeclampsia)

• Cardiac dysfunction

• Sleep apnea

• A difficult vaginal delivery

• The need for a C-section and the risk of C-section complications, such as wound infections

Track 13: Obesity Medication & Newer drugs to treat obesity
The effective way to lose weight is to eat fewer calories. Most adults need between 1,200-2,800 calories per day, depending on body size and activity level to meet the body's energy needs.

The ideal weight corresponds to a BMI of 20-25. It is also important to remember that any weight reduction in an obese person would result in health benefits. Fat medicines changes one amongst the essential processes of the material body, by sterilization appetite, weight regulation, or absorption of calories. Obesity medicines increase of the body’s metabolism. Orlistat is in addition out there over the counter. Orlistat reduces enteric fat absorption by inhibiting pancreatic enzyme. 
• Phentermine
• Orlistat

• Lorcaserin

• Topiramate

• Naltrexone

• Liraglutide


Track 14: Advance Treatment of Obesity
Advanced interpretation and distinguishing tactics for obesity is needed that it should be applicable, medically meaningful, and adds value to the health-promoting effects of weight loss. A conscious target is to start dynamic lifestyle changes by creating physical activity and consumption sound sustenance.
• Bariatric surgery
• Liposuction

• Gastric Bypass surgery

• Morbid obesity treatment

• Sympathomimetic drugs

• Surgical and Non-Surgical Liposuction

• Morbid Obesity Treatment

• Advanced Inch loss Therapy

• Sleeve Gastrectomy

• Islet Cell Transplantation

• Weight Loss Using Kinesiology         

14.1 Intragastric Balloon Therapy

The deflated gastric balloon is inserted through the esophagus and into patient stomach. A syringe is then used to fill the balloon with a sterile saline solution. Once the weight loss balloon has been filled with saline it is about the size of a grapefruit. The entire procedure takes about 20 minutes. After roughly two hours of recovery, most patients head home to begin the rest of their new life.

Track 15: Sedentary Lifestyle and Exercise Trends
Standard physical action adds to great comfort over all life stages, though idleness is a standout amongst the hugest supporters of the universal weight of illness. Stationary conduct, including time spent sitting every day, is developing as an autonomous hazard factor for wellbeing. Moving progressively and sitting less is essential for physical and psychological well-being and prosperity, and conveys a scope of other financial, social and condition benefits.
15.1 Yoga:
Yoga works on all aspects of Obesity like physical, emotional and mental, regular practice of Yoga and controlled life style reduces obesity, it makes human being agile, efficient and slim. It is suitable for people in any age group, Yoga helps achieve control over mind and behavior. Yoga has different effect on obesity, which is permanent in nature than other techniques for obesity reduction. Weight loss is permanent but one needs to practice few important techniques regularly.
Few Yoga poses for Obesity are:
• Gate Pose
• seated forward bend pose
• Cows face pose
• Boat Pose
• The eagle pose
• Mountain pose
• Warrior pose
• Corpse pose

Track 16: Statins in favour of diabetes

Statins have become some of the most widely prescribed medications in the world. They include atorvastatin (Lipitor), rosuvastatin (Crestor), and other generic and brand-name versions. There are several different types of statins. Some are more potent than others. They each work a little differently, but they all help lower cholesterol.
Statins are usually recommended for people who have:
• A diagnosis of cardiovascular disease

• An LDL cholesterol level of 190 mg/dL or higher

• Diabetes and an LDL of 70 mg/dL or higher

• A 10-year heart attack risk of 7.5 percent or higher and an LDL of at least 100 mg/dL

In 2017, the American Diabetes Association recommended that all people with diabetes take statins. Their reasoning is that controlling risk factors will help lower your overall risk for developing heart disease. These risk factors may include:

• High cholesterol

• High blood pressure

• being overweight or obese

• Smoking

• A high level of sodium in your diet

• A low level of physical activity

The fewer risk factors you have, the better your odds of avoiding a heart attack or stroke.

16.1 Nutritional deficiencies in the obese
A balanced diet is one that provides your body the nutrients it needs to perform properly. The conditions for a balanced diet are often met from associate assortment of plant and animal primarily based foods. A diet won't be an equivalent for everybody. Most are completely different and infrequently, people would require a special quantity and type of nutrients. Consumption the proper foods and responding to what our body needs is called having a balanced diet. Poor health is often caused by an imbalance of nutrients, either an excess or deficiency, which, in turn, affects bodily functions.

• Macronutrients and Micronutrients

• Calorie Counting

• Nutrient profiling

• Nutrition Disorders

• Different types of Diet plans

16.2 Omega-3 Fats: An Essential Contribution
Omega-3 include fish, vegetable oils, nuts (especially walnuts), flax seeds, flaxseed oil, and leafy vegetables. They are an integral part of cell membranes throughout the body and affect the function of the cell receptors in these membranes. They provide the starting point for making hormones that regulate blood clotting, contraction and relaxation of artery walls, and inflammation. They also bind to receptors in cells that regulate genetic function. Likely due to these effects, omega-3 fats have been shown to help prevent heart disease and stroke, may help control lupus, eczema, and rheumatoid arthritis, and may play protective roles in cancer and other conditions.

Track 17: Bariatric and liposuction

Bariatric surgeries such as Gastric Sleeve, Gastric Bypass and LAP-BAND®, are all intended to address the cause of excess fat, rather than simply removing fat. Bariatric surgery can achieve long-term weight loss and is the best option for patients with a BMI of 30 or over.
• LAP-BAND® Surgery
• Gastric Bypass Surgery
• Gastric Sleeve
Liposuction is a cosmetic procedure intended to remove existing fat, but does not address the issues causing the patient’s weight gain. Initially lose weight or inches with liposuction, but it is not a permanent weight loss solution. Liposuction is more commonly recommended for individuals who are not struggling with obesity, but rather have areas of stubborn fat that just won’t melt away with diet and exercise. As LAP-BAND®, Gastric Sleeve, or Gastric Bypass may help you lose excess weight.

Track 18: Psychological and social factor causing Obesity
Obesity is as much a psychological as a physical disadvantage. Society views obesity very negatively and tends to believe that people World Health Organization are obese are ‘weak-willed’ and ‘unmotivated’. They understand social and work-related discrimination, sometimes suffer from low shallowness as a result, and feel uncomfortable with their bodies. Obese people are sometimes aware of these negative views, and intemalize them, putting themselves at risk for disorders of mood, anxiety, and misuse. Obese people have generally created multiple attempts to reduce weight, with very little or no success. Their unsuccessful attempts lead to discouragement, frustration, hopelessness, and learned helplessness concerning the prospect of losing weight within the future on their own.            

Track 19: Obesity Counselling

Counsellors, trainees and other healthcare and social care professionals need to understand and experience the diverse and challenging aspects of this rapidly developing issue. By including fictitious supervision as well as counselling sessions, Counselling for Obesity further aids professional development and gives a unique, person-centered insight into a client’s potential needs.

About Euro Obesity 2019

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4th International Conference on Obesity and Weight Management welcomes all the participants around the globe to be a part of the event during April 15-16, 2019 at Abu Dhabi, UAE. The theme of the meeting is “Nutrition against obesity: Fight for fat to fit

Euro Obesity Congress the main objective of the event is to promote awareness about proper nutrition and risk associated with improper diet along with obesity and its impact on health, Euro Obesity 2019 will educate and strengthen recent research on the several causes, results, treatment, and prevention of obesity, Event like our's is essential to encourage the involvement of researchers, scientists and to highlight their role, this will help to Connect active researchers and practitioners from diverse disciplines.

Euro Obesity Conference is focused in improving the lives of those living with obesity, cherishing careers of obesity scientists and practitioners and promoting the interdisciplinary nature of obesity research, management and education.

Objective:
Euro Obesity Summit is a step to achieve the principal breaches in the revolution of this science of hope, to serve promptly with resolutions to all in the need. Euro Obesity meeting will have an anticipated participation of 150+ delegates across the world to discuss the conference goal.

Target Audience:
Scientists, Doctors, Professors, Practitioners, Therapists, Business/Practice Managers, Health Professionals, Students, and Young researchers, Associations, Societies and Universities.

Market Analysis

Disorders that may occur with obesity are Diabetes type 1and Diabetes type 2, asthama, sleep apnea, cardiovascular issues and orthopaedic problems. Almost 35% of the adults with income lower than $15000 per year are obese. 24% adults with income higher than $50000 per year are obese.  Global Anti-obesity Drugs market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 39.45 percent over the period 2014-2019.

Increment in the wellbeing issues, modern lifestyle and nearness of enormous number of obese populace over the globe is the driving element for the worldwide hostile to corpulence drug market. . The market is segmented by the product type and end user. The worldwide anti-obesity drug business sector is relied upon to develop at CAGR of 40% over the time of 2015-2020.The worldwide anti- obesity drug business sector is required to extend locally by North America, Europe and Asia pacific. The worldwide obesity surgery gadget business sector is relied upon to develop at a CAGR of 9.6% from 2014-2020 to come to an expected estimation of USD 2489.5 million in 2020 from USD 1432.4 in 2014 .North America is the biggest business sector for worldwide weight surgery devices took after by Europe.

Why Italy

Italy is well-known for its healthy way of life and Mediterranean diet – but the country is facing severe future health problems because of its overweight children. As indicated by the OECD information, Greece has the most astounding rate of overweight and obese kids (5-17 aged) on the globe, followed by Italy, U.S. furthermore, Mexico. Italy's younger generation are increasingly eating more processed foods, more fast foods and more sugary desserts and beverages. A striking example of this can be seen in an aggressive publicizing effort dispatched by Coca-Cola in Italy in 2011.

Childhood Obesity rates are extremely considered one of the highest (36% for boys and 34% for girls) In addition, WHO projections forewarn that by 2030 rising prevalence could see sickness rates almost twofold for specific populaces. In a country renowned for its regional variations in cuisine, Italians try not to take after an unbending arrangement of eating traditions, making it less demanding for commercial food advertisers to exploit. Considering the above criteria Italy would be the finest places for a conference on Obesity.

As per the Italian government's insights, the greater part of the Italian children aged 5-19 are obese or overweight. In the U.S data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention demonstrate an expected 32% of U.S. kids aged 2-19 are overweight or fat, 17% are viewed as obese. OECD measures kids from 5-17, while the CDC splits it up from 2-19, and additionally 2-5, 6-11 and 12-19. The CDC characterizes obese as a body mass list more prominent than or equivalent to the 95th percentile of the sex-and age-particular 2000 CDC development diagrams.

As indicated by the OECD information, Greece has the most astounding rate of overweight and obese kids (5-17 aged) on the globe, followed by Italy, U.S. furthermore, Mexico.

Anti-obesity drug Growth by next 12 years
The anti-obesity drug market development will be driven by the quick uptake of novel rising specialists and the high pervasiveness of weight. As indicated by Global Anti-Obesity Drugs Market 2015-2019 exploration, the worldwide anti-obesity drugs business sector is set to develop at a CAGR of 39.45% over the period 2014-2019 Presently, the weight drug market comprises of not very many compelling medications, with constrained accessibility in various locales that is accessible in both the EU and the US. .  U.S. is relied upon to burn through $344 billion on human services costs owing to heftiness in 2018 if rates keep on increasing at their present levels. The stoutness drug business sector will expand more than six-fold throughout the following decade, expanding from $420 million in 2010 to rate will reach at least 44% by 2030 in the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK and Japan.

Euro Obesity is anticipated to present an unresolved range of research from different nations carrying together united solutions. This Obesity congress will be of interest to anyone concerned in learning, sharing issues and experiences regarding Obesity & its related areas of Medicine & Health Care. This Obesity meeting fetches leading and experienced Metabolic and Bariatric Surgeons, Physicians, Basic and Clinical Research Scientists, Integrated Health Professionals, Registered Dieticians and Diabetes Educators, Physical Therapists, Students, Industry Professionals, Fitness Professionals and Health Promoters and many more.

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