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Nutritional Epidemiology

Dietary and nutritional parameters are investigated in relation to disease occurrence at a population level in nutritional epidemiology. Nutritional epidemiology is a relatively young topic of medical research that looks into the link between food and health. It's a relatively new field of epidemiology that's becoming increasingly relevant to today's health issues. Diet and physical activity are difficult to adequately assess, which may explain why nutrition has received less attention in epidemiology than other risk factors for disease. Nutritional epidemiology applies nutritional science information to better understand human nutrition and explain fundamental underlying principles. Nutritional epidemiological research and interventions, such as clinical, case-control, and cohort studies, are also based on nutritional science knowledge. To investigate the link between diet and disease, nutritional epidemiology methodologies have been created. Nutritional epidemiology is becoming more interdisciplinary as genetic risk variables are included in causation models.

  • Diet at Various Stages of Life
  • Diet in Coronary Heart Disease Prevention
  • Dietary Modulation of Oxidative and Inflammatory Stress
  • Dietary Prevention of Chronic Disease
  • Nutritional Safety and Quality
  • Optimal Nutrition
  • The Role of Diet in Cancer Etiology
  • The Role of Diet in Type-2 Diabetes

Committee Members
Speaker at Nutrition Research Conference 2024 - Dipak P Ramji

Dipak P Ramji

Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Speaker at Nutrition Research Conference 2024 - Angelo Michele Carella

Angelo Michele Carella

T. Masselli-Mascia Hospital, Italy
Speaker at Nutrition Research Conference 2024 - Abdelaziz M Nour

Abdelaziz M Nour

Faculty of Agriculture, Egypt

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