The traditional meeting for the specialists from the field of nutrition, medicine, clinical biochemistry, analytical chemistry and food technology who are willing to demonstrate the factors of how food influences the factors like working performance, health and aging are going to gather on the common seminar of the International Nutrition & Diagnostics Conference 2014. The most important developments in nutrition, diagnostics, and instrumental analytical chemistry are presented in this conference series.
Monday, 5 October, 2015 - 08:00
Hotel DAP, Vítězné náměstí 4/684, Prague 6, Czech Republic
All the latest insights into the effects of diet and exercise on health and performance.
The conference offers a comprehensive review of the effects of diet and exercise on health and performance, with particular focus on sport and lifestyle factors that influence health. Leading international speakers will present the latest evidence and encourage discussion and interaction.
CPD points are applied for.
For full details about the conference, please visit the ISENC website.
Longitude Prize 2014, a challenge with a prize fund of £10 million, has been launched to help solve one the greatest issues of our time. The prize has been developed and run by Nesta, the UK’s innovation foundation. It was launched by the Prime Minister at G8 last year, and through the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills is being supported by the Technology Strategy Board, the UK’s innovation agency, as launch funding partner.
This seminar will provide a timely opportunity to assess the progress being made to improve school food and children's nutrition, one year on from the release of the School Food Plan. Planned sessions focus on the introduction of universal infant school meals from September 2014, with particular attention to the latest thinking on securing access to funding, improving the quality of school kitchens and the potential for expanding the scheme to include more children. The event is CPD certified
Guest of Honour: Myles Bremner, Director, School Food Plan
There has been a large increase in the social and academic interest in diet and health over the past decade, from cooking as a leisure pursuit to the use of specific foods for prophylactic and therapeutic purposes. Humans have been programmed to utilise food for survival but our westernised diets are now creating a huge health burden through an increase cardiovascular diseases.