Navigation Links
IFT session looks at changes in dietary fat and heart disease paradigm
Date:5/24/2010

involved in establishing the dietary fat and fatty acid recommendations, and new research on effects of diet on risk factors for coronary heart disease that may impact future recommendations.

  • Mark Pereira, Ph.D., associate professor, Division of Epidemiology & Community Health, University of Minnesota. Dr. Pereira will present the epidemiological research on influence of diet on atherosclerosis progression, looking at specific nutrients such as carbohydrate, total fat, and saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. Evidence will be presented indicating the diet-heart paradigm is modified by dietary components including omega-3 fatty acids, trans fatty acids, types of carbohydrates and food including nuts, legumes, dairy products, fruits and vegetables. He will also review the new World Health Organization/Food and Agriculture Organization dietary fat recommendations.

  • Roger Clemens, Ph.D., associate director, Regulatory Science Program, School of Pharmacy, University of Southern California. Dr. Clemens' presentation will focus on application of the changing dietary fat-heart disease paradigm to the food industry. After years of providing the consumer low-fat and non-fat products to reduce risk of heart disease, how should food manufacturers respond to the changing nutritional environment around dietary fats?

    Cindy Schweitzer, Ph.D., technical director, Global Dairy Platform, will moderate the session which will take place on Monday, July 19 from 1:30 to 3 p.m. in room S403ab in the Chicago Convention Center.


    '/>"/>


  • Contact: Jessica Northrup
    jn@nstpr.com
    619-302-0833
    Dairy Council of California
    Source:Eurekalert

    Page: 1 2

    Related biology news :

    1. Special sessions announced for World Congress on Osteoporosis 2010 - IOF WCO - ECCEO10
    2. USC researchers present diabetes findings at American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions
    3. BIO 2009 -- R&D session: New stem cell research unlocks unknown therapies
    4. Meet-the-expert sessions on 20 key topics to enhance scientific programme of IOFWCO-ECCEO10
    5. Toxicology program features wide range of human health and environment topical sessions
    6. Nutrition and bone health session to open the IOF World Congress on Osteoporosis in Bangkok
    7. For insulin sensitive overweight patients, 1 session of exercise improves metabolic health
    8. Study looks at gorillas, elephants and logging in Congo
    9. Educational historian looks at origins of the culture wars
    10. City of Winter Park Looks to DigitalPersona Software for Stronger Security and CJIS Compliance
    11. It looks, feels and tastes like chicken, but its made of soy
    Post Your Comments:
    *Name:
    *Comment:
    *Email:
    (Date:7/31/2014)... that marine noise can affect animal movement and communication, ... Bristol and Exeter and the cole Pratique des Hautes ... noise stops embryonic development and increases larval mortality in ... Stylocheilus striatus used in this study) usually ... feed on toxic alga but this study, conducted in ...
    (Date:7/30/2014)... New York University is paving the way for ... civilians and military troops exposed to poisonous chemicalsparticularly ... An article in the current issue of the ... detoxifying organophosphates, which are compounds commonly used in ... developed by NYU School of Engineering Associate Professor ...
    (Date:7/30/2014)... Lewis Carroll,s Through the Looking Glass, collaborators from ... Singapore improved a 35-year-old ecology model to better ... of years. , The new model, called a ... Queen Effect," an evolutionary hypothesis introduced by Lee ... organisms must constantly increase their fitness (or ability ...
    Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Boat noise impacts development and survival of sea hares 2Engineering a protein to prevent brain damage from toxic agents 2Classic Lewis Carroll character inspires new ecological model 2Classic Lewis Carroll character inspires new ecological model 3
    ... G&D, Dr. Guillermo Oliver (St. Jude Childrens ... resolve a century-old debate over the origin of ... the lymphatic vasculature is integral to understanding its ... tissue fluid levels) and disease (lymphedema and spreading ...
    ... of the scientific journal Science presents research on the ... that ultimately may lead to better diagnosis and treatment ... people every year. It may also bring an ... Giardia lamblia is an intestinal parasite that exists all ...
    ... Standards and Technology (NIST) today announced 56 ... development projects under the agencys Advanced Technology ... a broad range of technologies, including medical ... electronics, transportation, nanotechnology, energy conservation and automated ...
    Cached Biology News:New Swedish research hope for millions of sufferers 2
    (Date:7/31/2014)... July 31, 2014 Nearly 20,000 medical professionals ... Annual Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo in ... never-before-seen breakthroughs in diagnostic research and technology that will ... As of Wednesday, July 30, more than ... Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo, with more than 10,000 ...
    (Date:7/31/2014)... Researchers at Johns Hopkins have mapped the sound-processing part ... both the proverbial forest and the trees in view. ... views of brain activity within mice, and it enabled ... mice "called" to each other. The results, which represent ... process language, appear online July 31 the journal ...
    (Date:7/31/2014)... PORTOLA VALLEY, Calif. , July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ ... San Francisco Bay Area , has ... the University of Oxford,s commercialisation company. The potent anti-inflammatory ... David Greaves at the University of Oxford,s Sir ... The company, which has raised over $1.5 million ...
    (Date:7/31/2014)... Research and Markets has announced ... report to their offering. ... of the genetic material or genomes of an organism. ... the discovery and development of diagnostic and therapeutic solutions ... Genomics is supported by three major product segments: Instruments, ...
    Breaking Biology Technology:Research on Digital Health, Alzheimer's, Ebola Draws Nearly 20,000 Attendees to 2014 AACC Annual Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo 2Research on Digital Health, Alzheimer's, Ebola Draws Nearly 20,000 Attendees to 2014 AACC Annual Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo 3New mapping approach lets scientists zoom in and out as the brain processes sound 2Oxford licenses anti-inflammatory peptides to San Francisco Bay Area start-up 2Oxford licenses anti-inflammatory peptides to San Francisco Bay Area start-up 3Global Genomics Market 2014-2018: Key Vendors are F. Hoffmann-La Roche, Life Technologies, Qiagen and Illumina 2
    ... the appointment of James Stoppert as President and Chief Executive Officer ... ... EON) September 3, 2008 -- Segetis is the first and ... wide range of industrial chemicals and plastics that are ultimately derived ...
    ... China, Sept. 3 ,Acesys Pharmatech and Provid Pharmaceuticals ... expertise and project management,capabilities of Provid in the ... structure of Acesys in China., The combined ... of medicinal chemistry for clients in the pharmaceutical ...
    ... tested new molecular tools for stem cell research to direct ... development programmes. , A collaborative team of scientists from ... (NESCI) have developed two synthetic molecules which can be used ... into other forms of tissue. , Their use ...
    Cached Biology Technology: Stoppert Named as President and CEO at Breakthrough Renewable Technology Firm Segetis, Inc 2Acesys and Provid Announce Alliance for Medicinal Chemistry Services 2New stem cell tools to aid drug development 2New stem cell tools to aid drug development 3
    ... for ambient HPLC. Contains connections and ... two external devices such as RI ... analog output from the 90 detector ... Includes an input for synchronization with ...
    ... The FDSS6000 System is an imaging ... assay development and high throughput screening ... luminescence modalities., The Hamamatsu light sources ... our companys decades-long experience in photon ...
    ... and supplies, for 10 chips, provides ... perform standard-sensitivity RNA analysis (nanogram levels) ... automated electrophoresis system. Supplied are 1,250 ... StdSens stain, 20 microliters RNA ladder, ...
    ... 3-(3,5-Dibromo-4-hydroxy-benzoyl)-2-ethyl-benzofuran-6-sulfonicacid-(4-(thiazol-2-ylsulfamyl)-phenyl)-amide White solid. PROTECT FROM ... cell-permeable sulfanamido-benzbromarone compound that acts as ... inhibitor of PTP1B (IC 50 ... for PTP1B 403 and PTP1B ...
    Biology Products: