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WEIGHT MANAGEMENT MEET 2022

About Conference


International ME Conferences welcomes all the Participants Globally to join the webinar on “3rd International Obesity, Diet and Weight Management Congress”. Which is going to be held on May 16-17, 2022 was located at Osaka, Japan. Focusing on theme "Health is life energy in abundance" .Weight Management Meet 2022 gives an Excellence overview on the related topics and cordially invite all the participants from Public Health Professionals and Community Health Educators, Weight Management Associations, Doctors, Healthcare Professionals to interact with Experienced and well qualified people to explore their excellence.

Obesity, Diet and Weight Management Congress specially focuses on diagnosing and treating disorders of the Health and Wellbeing. Weight Management Meet 2022 empowers entries from analysts based generally in Europe, USA and Asian nations. The promising challenge of the field is to evaluate current problems and resolve them accordingly. The main aim is to have Obesity, Diet and Weight management and health awareness of global public, and also provide a platform for Bariatrician’s and Bariatric Specialists to share and discuss their views which plays a key role in the development of enhanced diagnostic and treatment methods for further improving the quality of life in people suffering from Obesity and weight loss disorders.

Target audience :

  • Pharmacists
  • Cardiologists
  • Gynaecologists
  • Bariatrician’s
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Physician Assistants
  • Diabetes Educators
  • Physical Therapists
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Yoga and Fitness Professionals
  • University Professors
  • Health Care Experts
  • Research Institution
  • BMI Training Institutes
  • Obesity Advocacy Groups
  • Drugs & R& D Medical Devices Manufacturing Companies
  • Obesity and Endocrinology Associations and Societies
  • Directors of Association and Societies

Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: Paediatric obesity

Obesity is defined as a youngster who is significantly overweight for his or her age and height. Diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol are all risks associated with childhood obesity. There may be no symptoms other than an excessively high weight. Improving the entire family's eating and activity habits is one of the most effective ways to help a child achieve a healthy weight. Improving the entire family's eating and activity habits is one of the most effective ways to help a child achieve a healthy weight.

  • Psychological issues
  • Child growth
  • Breast feeding

Track 2: Diagnosis and Treatments for Weight Loss

A doctor may be able to detect the underlying reason of unexplained weight loss by performing a physical examination and reviewing a patient's medical history. They may use blood testing, including hormone panels, or imaging studies to rule out specific medical conditions including hypothyroidism, RA, or cancer. Unexpected weight reduction or weight loss that occurs without effort can be problematic. It's possible that it's a symptom of something more serious. If you've lost a significant amount of weight in 6 to 12 months more than 5% of your body weight you should see a doctor.

  • Weight loss
  • Malnutrition
  • Head and neck cancer
  • Prevalence
  • Risk factors

Track 3: Obesity and Psychiatric Disorders

Obesity is associated with a 25% increase in the risk of mood and anxiety disorders, as well as a 25% reduction in the risk of substance use disorders. Because the association between obesity and mood disorder differs by demographic group, social or cultural factors may affect or mitigate the relationship. These findings suggest that obesity-related metabolic abnormalities play a role in the aetiology of psychotic diseases, and that metabolic status should be investigated as a phenotypic intermediate in psychotic disorders.

  • Inflammation
  • Neuroprogression
  • Obesity
  • Oxidative stress

Track 4: Diet & Weight Loss

A healthy weight is crucial to one's overall health. You must pay attention to how much and what you consume in order to maintain a healthy weight or reduce weight. Exercise is the other major player. From your head to your toes, the best diet for weight loss is one that helps all aspects of your body, not just your waistline. It'll also be something you can live with for a long time. In other words, a diet that contains a wide range of good and healthy selections, excludes only a few items, and does not require a long and expensive list of groceries or supplements. A Mediterranean diet is a flexible way of eating. Heart disease , diabetes, dementia, and other chronic illnesses are less prevalent in people who eat this way.

  • Systolic Blood Pressure
  • Diastolic Blood Pressure
  • Leave Ventricular Hypertrophy
  • Arterial Stiffness

Track 5: Obesity in Patients with COVID-19

Obesity raises the likelihood of hospitalisation, ICU admission, IMV therapy, and death in COVID-19 patients. Furthermore, excessive visceral adiposity appears to be connected to poor COVID-19 outcomes. These findings highlight the importance of individuals, the general public, and governments taking effective measures to raise awareness of the hazards associated with obesity and how they are exacerbated in the current worldwide epidemic. Obesity is frequent among coronavirus patients in 2019 (COVID-19). Obesity's impact on COVID-19 clinical outcomes warrants further investigation.

  • Coronavirus disease 2019
  • Intensive care
  • Mortality
  • Obesity
  • Visceral adipose tissue.

Track 6: Traditional and Conventional Weight Loss Therapies

To assess the effectiveness of non-traditional strategies with diet and exercise in helping nongeriatric persons lose weight in the real world. Physicians must restate that diet and exercise are the best ways to lose weight, and they must urge their patients to avoid alternative weight-loss approaches because they do not help them lose weight.

Track 7: Surgical Procedures for Weight Loss

Bariatric surgery is digestive system surgeries used to help people who are severely obese lose weight. When traditional weight-loss measures, such as diet control, exercise, and so on, have failed, severe obese patients (BMI > 40) may benefit from weight-loss surgery. Gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, and adjustable gastric banding were the three types of surgery (also known as lap band). The study discovered that gastric bypass surgery resulted in the most weight loss, both in the short and long run.

  • Gastric bypass
  • Sleeve gastrectomy
  • Adjustable gastric band
  • Body composition
  • Weight loss comparison

Track 8: Physical activity

Physical activity boosts people's total energy expenditure, which can help them maintain energy balance or even lose weight if they don't overeat to make up for the calories they burn. Physical activity lowers total body fat and waist fat, slowing the onset of abdominal obesity. Most forms of physical activity can help people lose weight, but the researchers discovered that jogging, mountain climbing, walking, power walking, dancing, and long yoga sessions were the best for those with a hereditary connection to obesity.

Track 9: Diet Pills and Pregnancy in Women

Caffeine is commonly found in diet pills, which may be dangerous to a pregnant woman. Diet pills are dangerous not only because of the harmful ingredients they contain, but also because rapid weight loss during pregnancy is unsafe regardless of how it is achieved. Many experts believe that you should treat your period of conception and pregnancy the same way you would treat your pregnancy. Maintaining a healthy diet and limiting your intake of unhealthy items like alcohol might help you not only get pregnant, but also minimise any birth problems that may emerge in the weeks before you realise you're expecting.

  • Amphetamines
  • Immigrant health
  • Anorectics
  • Fenproporex
  • Adverse drug reaction

Track 10:  Stress Management

Stress management is a broad term that refers to a variety of treatments and psychotherapies aimed at reducing a person's stress level, particularly chronic stress, in order to improve daily functioning. The majority of stress is a normal component of daily life that can be managed effectively by the individual. Prolonged or severe stress, on the other hand, may necessitate professional assistance. A local GP can frequently give this, but in many circumstances, the client will be referred to a mental health worker or another health expert.

  • Obesity treatment
  • Stress
  • Weight management
  • Cortisol

Track 11:  PCOS in Women leads to Weight Loss in Women

Women with PCOS may find it challenging to lose weight. Weight loss may be aided by a well-balanced diet that is low in inflammatory foods like refined carbs and highly processed meals and high in whole foods, protein, healthy fats, and fibre. Certain vitamins may also be beneficial. It’s also crucial to assess your way of living. PCOS, or polycystic ovarian syndrome, is the most common hormonal condition in women of reproductive age, and it can cause infertility. PCOS patients have greater amounts of male hormones and are less insulin sensitive, or "insulin-resistant."

  • Polycystic ovary syndrome
  • Weight loss
  • Obesity
  • Liraglutide

Track 12:  Cancer and Obesity

Obesity or overweight refers to a weight that exceeds what is considered a healthy weight for a certain height. The body mass index (BMI) is a method for evaluating if someone is overweight or obese. A person having a BMI of 25.0 to 29.9 is considered overweight in adults.  Many factors are linked to cancer, but quitting smoking and maintaining a healthy weight is two of the most significant activities you can take to reduce your risk.

Track 13:  Effects of Unhealthy Diet

Increased consumption of packaged food heavy in sugar and fat but poor in key micronutrients such as antioxidants is causing an unhealthy diet to become a growing problem in the industrialised world. In major epidemiological research, red and processed meat intake has been linked. Malnutrition, poor digestion, inflammation, unwanted weight gain, and obesity can all be caused by a bad diet. It can also increase your risk of chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease, as well as negatively affect your mental health.

  • Cohort studies
  • Diet
  • Healthy diet
  • Meta-analyses
  • Western diet

Track 14:  Nutriepigenomics

The study of food nutrients and their effects on human health via epigenetic alterations is known as Nutriepigenomics. Obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, and cancer are all connected to nutritional imbalances during pregnancy and lactation, according to a growing body of data. If metabolic disruptions occur during important developmental periods, the subsequent epigenetic changes can cause lasting changes in tissue and organ form and function, as well as predispose people to disease.

  • Perinatal
  • Bone health
  • Neurodevelopment
  • Folate

Track 15:  Sarcopenic obesity

Sarcopenia is characterised as the decrease of muscular mass, strength, or physical performance as people get older. Sarcopenia is often accompanied by an increase in adipose tissue, a condition known as Sarcopenic obesity. Sarcopenic obesity is becoming more common among adults all over the world. Although there is no standardised diagnosis for Sarcopenic Obesity, a good one should incorporate the individual diagnoses of obesity and sarcopenia.

  • Adipose tissue
  • Body composition
  • Disability
  • Muscle strength

Track 16: Malnutrition

Malnutrition is a serious condition that arises when your diet is deficient in nutrients. It can refer to malnutrition (not getting enough nutrients) or under nutrition (not getting enough nutrients) (not getting enough nutrients). When a person takes more nutrients than they require, they are said to be over nourished. Poor dietary choices, a lack of funds, difficulty acquiring food, and a variety of physical and mental health conditions can all contribute to malnutrition. Malnutrition manifests itself in a variety of ways, one of which is under nutrition. When the body is deprived of food, this condition develops. Stunting, underweight, and wasting are all possible outcomes.

Track 17: Nutrition & Disease Management

Any of the nutrient-related sickness or condition that causes illness in humans is referred to as nutritional disease. Only a few examples include dietary shortages or excesses, obesity and eating disorders, and chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, hypertension, cancer, and diabetes mellitus. This section contains information on nutritional care and disease, with an emphasis on enteral and parenteral nutrition, as well as nutrition support for a variety of ailments including Infectious disease, cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal diseases, metabolic syndrome, and diabetes are some of the conditions that can affect people. Nutrition's impacts on ageing and frailty, as well as post-surgery critical care and oncology care are all covered.

  • Balanced diet
  • Calorie control
  • Moderation

Track 18: Food Obesity

Overeating and a lack of exercise are the most common causes of obesity. Your body will store a lot of energy, especially fat and sugar, if you don't burn it off through exercise and physical activity. The foods most typically associated to weight gain are sugar-sweetened beverages, potato chips, sweets, desserts, refined grains, processed meats, and red meats. These foods, as well as other ultra-processed choices, do not provide any nutritional benefit, according to experts.

Track 19: The Risks of Poor Nutrition

The people who are most at risk of malnutrition are Malnutrition is especially dangerous for women, infants, children and adolescents. Early nutrition optimization, which includes the 1000 days between conception and a child's second birthday, ensures the best possible start in life, with long-term advantages. Poverty raises the risk of malnutrition and its repercussions. Poor dietary choices, a lack of funds, difficulty acquiring food, and a variety of physical and mental health conditions can all contribute to malnutrition. Malnutrition comes in several forms, one of which is under nutrition. It occurs when the body is deprived of food.

  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol                                             
  • Heart disease and stroke
  • Osteoporosis

Track 20: Mental Illness :

Mental illness, also referred to as mental health difficulties, encompasses a wide range of illnesses that influence your emotions, thoughts, and behaviour. Depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, eating disorders, and addictive behaviours are examples of mental illnesses. Mental illnesses are often characterised by distress and/or difficulties functioning in social, occupational, or familial activities. Mental illness is very frequent.

  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Schizophrenia

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