Simultaneous sessions

Monday 16 October 15.00 - 16.30 h. Not Available

Oral Presentations Track 1: Advances in Nutrition Research

144/350: Contribution of nutritional diversity and food perceptions to food and nutrition security among smallholder farming households in Western Kenya: A case study

144/409: Selenium in commonly consumed foods of Bangladesh

144/414: Dietary patterns in adolescents aged 18 years: results from the 1993 Pelotas (Brazil) Birth Cohort

144/460: Specific flavonoids intake is inversely associated with breast cancer risk among Chinese women: a case-control study

144/498: Prognostic value of metabolites for predicting responsiveness to nutritional intervention against oxidative stress and inflammation

144/541: Intake of Marine-derived Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Mortality in Renal Transplant Recipients

144/546: Changes in whole-blood polyunsaturated fatty acids and their predictors during recovery from severe acute malnutrition

144/624: Hemoglobin concentrations and anemia prevalence among Congolese children 6-59 months with sickle cell and α-thalassemia hemoglobinopathies

144/629: Association of PPAR gamma gene expression with dietary intake of fat and oil among non-diabetic subjects

Oral Presentations Track 2: Nutrition Through Life Course

144/419: An Analysis of the Relationship between 25-Hydroxy Vitamin D Levels and Musculoskeletal Health: A Population-Based Study of China’s Elderly

144/504: Winter vitamin D3 supplementation does not increase muscle strength but modulates the IGF-axis and height in young children

144/557: Maternal alpha-linolenic acid intake is associated with offspring birthweight

144/558: A higher-carbohydrate, lower-fat diet during pregnancy is associated with greater gestational weight gain: The GUSTO study

144/581: Introduction of complementary foods to infants and children by age and ethnicity; national health and nutrition examination survey 2011-2014

144/592: Food intake pattern of school going children aged 3-5 years with and without autism in urban Dhaka, Bangladesh

144/608: Prenatal famine exposure and adult cognitive impairment: New evidence from China

144/614: Feasibility and impacts of integrating nutrition interventions into an existing maternal, neonatal, and child health platform in Bangladesh

Oral Presentations Track 3: Public Health Nutrition and Environment

144/235: The association between insufficient sleep and dietary intake is age- and gender- dependent in Chinese children: a national multi-center study

144/418: How does the healthiness of the US food supply compare to international guidelines for marketing to children?

144/650: Watching TV and food consumption among Brazilian adolescents: PeNSE, 2015

144/893: Unmetabolized folic acid and its associations with global DNA methylation, oxidative stress and inflammatory markers: analysis after mandatory fortification of flour with folic acid

144/1046: Quantitative assessment of dietary supplement intake in 77 000 French adults: impact on nutritional inadequacy, excessive intake, and extent of “at risk” practices

144/1096: Scientific Production Of The National School Food Program In Brazil: A Systematic Review

144/1104: Identifying Sources and Variability of Iodine in Cow’s Milk to Ensure Adequate Dietary Iodine Intakes by the Swiss Population

144/1119: Complementary Feeding in Rural Bangladesh: Outcomes from the Improving Maternal, Neonatal and Child Survival Programme

144/1120: Nutritional knowledge scale for European adolescents using Item Response Theory

Oral Presentations Track 3: Public Health Nutrition and Environment

144/1805: Changes in the composition of the food supply in anticipation of the implementation of the Chilean Law of Food Labeling and Advertising: an INFORMAS-based approach

144/1807: Parents’ cooking skills reduce children’s consumption of ultra-processed foods

144/1808: Efficacy of a Locally-Produced Multiple Micronutrient-Fortified Ready-to-Use Supplementary Food (RUSF) for Children Under Two Years in Cambodia

144/1816: Compatibility between dimensions of sustainable diets (nutritional adequacy, exposure to food contaminant and 30% reduction of greenhouse gas emission): an analysis based on individual diet modeling

144/1823: Dietary changes needed to reach nutritional adequacy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30% without increasing contaminant exposure: an analysis based on individual diet modeling

144/1856: Nutritional state, nutrient intake and physical activity in primary school children: A representative sample from Sao Paulo, Brazil

144/1867: Can conditional cash transfer combined with nutritional supplementation play a role in reducing child stunting in rural Mali?

144/1988: MTHFR genotype and its interaction with riboflavin as determinants of blood pressure in pregnant and non-pregnant women

144/2279: Impact of a cash transfer program targeting the “1000 days period” on low birth weight and growth retardation: a cluster randomized trial in Togo

Oral Presentations Track 4: Nutrition and Management of Diseases

144/202: Particle therapy reduces the percentage of weight loss and the incidence of nutrition-related toxicities among head and neck cancer patients

144/217: Assessment of trends in nutritional causes of death in developed and developing countries

144/219: The challenges and successes of salt, sugar and fat reduction program to prevent NCDs (Iran experiences)

144/279: Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Herbalists regarding Diarrhea Management

144/297: Dietary intake of fibre and gut microbiota is related to lower level of glycoprotein acetylation, a marker of low-grade inflammation, in overweight pregnant women

144/381: Postprandial lipid responses after long-term intake of dairy products varying in fatty acid composition

144/682: Mucosal levels of IgE+ and IgA+ cells and antibodies in protein deficient rats during Trichinella spiralis infection

144/740: NMR metabolomic signatures reveal predictive plasma metabolites associated with long-term risk of developing breast cancer.

144/768: Effect of stigmasterol isolated from the calyxes of bombax costatum on hyperlipidemic albino rats.

Oral Presentations Track 5: Nutrients and Nutritional Assessment

144/214: Women’s Empowerment and The Nutritional Status of children aged between 6-59 moths

144/225: What is nutritional status? Perspective of women in ibadan nigeria

144/272: Multifortification of bouillon in Central and West Africa: Feasibility & Impact

144/296: Association between Dietary Serine Intakes and Type 2 Diabetes among Chinese Adults in Harbin, China

144/359: Comparison of obesity status of school children by body mass index and by body composition using a stable isotope dilution technique in Nairobi City County, Kenya

144/487: Nutrition-focused Program Improves Readmission Rates of Malnourished Hospitalized Patients Regardless of Discharge Disposition

144/670: Effects of photo-voice approach on 24-hour dietary recall accuracy among University of Ibadan undergraduate students

144/679: Validity of bioelectrical impedance analysis in predicting adiposity among 8-11 years old Senegalese school-aged children

144/757: Perception of printed and digitized photos in the quantification of the GloboDiet-Brazil food portions – results from the VALIDA study

Oral Presentations Track 6: Functional Foods and Bioactive Compounds

Oral Presentations Track 7: Food Culture Practices and Nutritional Education

Oral Presentations Track 8: Agriculture, Food Science and Safety

Oral Presentations Iberoamerican Topics

Oral Presentations Miscellaneous Tracks