Plenary Lecture One
09:30 Ultra-processed food and human health
Dr Renata Bertazzi Levy, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
10:15 Break in programme
Symposium One: Health effects of food processing
10:45 Can ultra-processed foods be healthy?
Professor Pete Wilde, The Quadram Institute, UK
11:10 Ultra-processed foods and risk of chronic diseases: findings from the NutriNet-Santé cohort
Dr Bernard Srour, Sorbonne Paris Nord University, France
11:35 The impact of matrix structure on postprandial lipid responses to dairy products
Dr Louise Kjølbæk, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
12:00 Panel Discussion
13:15 Original Communications Session One
14:45 Break in programme
Symposium Two: Changing dietary patterns and health
15:10 The low FODMAP diet: where are we and what are the long-term considerations?
Dr Miranda Lomer, King’s College London, UK
15:35 Comparative effects of animal meat and plant-based meat alternatives on markers of cardiovascular and gut health
Professor Christopher Gardner, Stanford University, USA
16:00 Health effects of food additives old and new
Professor Gunter Kuhnles, University of Reading, UK
16:25 Panel discussion
16:40 Break in programme
17:00 Cuthbertson Medal Lecture
17:50 Drinks reception
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