Meet Inspiring Speakers and Experts at our 3000+ Global Events with over 600+ Conferences, 1200+ Symposiums and 1200+ Workshops on Medical, Pharma, Engineering, Science, Technology and Business.

Explore and learn more about Conference Series LLC Ltd : World’s leading Event Organizer

Conference Series LLC Ltd Conferences gaining more Readers and Visitors

Conference Series LLC Ltd Web Metrics at a Glance

  • 3000+ Global Events
  • 25 Million+ Visitors
  • 25000+ unique visitors per conference
  • 70000+ page views for every individual conference

Unique Opportunity! Online visibility to the Speakers and Experts

Previous Speakers

Qiaozhu Su

Qiaozhu Su

University of Nebraska-Lincoln USA

Mathias A. Fobi

Mathias A. Fobi

International Federation for Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders (IFSO) USA

Jenny E Gunton

Jenny E Gunton

Garvan Institute of Medical Research Australia

Rajat Sethi

Rajat Sethi

California Health Sciences University USA

Frankie B. Stentz

Frankie B. Stentz

University of Tennessee Health Science Center USA

Horia Al Mawlawi

Horia Al Mawlawi

King Abdulaziz University Saudi Arabia

Tonia Mailow

Tonia Mailow

Murray State University USA

Lynn Romejko Jacobs

Lynn Romejko Jacobs

Southern Methodist University USA

Obesity 2019

Welcome Message

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

We would like to welcome you the "Annual Obesity Meeting" which is going to be held in March 18-19, 2019 at New York, USA

Obesity 2019 event will include expert presentations, keynote talks, plenary lectures, Entrepreneurs Investment meet, B2B Meetings, Scientific networking etc. where you can have an opportunity to display/talk about your research achievements and contradictions in front of World-class experts, budding scientists & delegates who are gathering from reputed universities and organizations across the globe.

New York is a state in the northeastern United States, and is the 27th most extensive, 4th most populous and 7th most densely populated U.S. state. The state has a maritime border in the Atlantic Ocean with Rhode Island, east of Long Island, in addition to an international border with the Canadian provinces of Quebec to the north and Ontario to the west and north. New York is surrounded by New Jersey and Pennsylvania to the south and Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont to the east. The state of New York, with an estimated 19.8 million residents in 2015, is often referred to as New York State to distinguish it from New York City, the state’s most populous city and its economic hub. New York’s gross state product in 2015 was $1.44 trillion. If New York State were an independent nation, it would rank as the 12th or 13th largest economy in the world. However, in 2013, the multi-state, New York City-centered Metropolitan Statistical Area produced a gross metropolitan product (GMP) of nearly US$1.4 trillion, while in 2012; the corresponding Combined Statistical Area generated a GMP of over US$1.55 trillion, both ranking first nationally by a wide margin and behind the GDP of only twelve nations and eleven nations, respectively.

Yours Sincerely, 
Alina Jade
Program Manager
Obesity 2019

 

Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: The Science of Obesity and Diabetes

The prevalence of inordinate corpulence, quantified by body mass index has raised to unacceptable levels in both men and women in the Cumulated States and ecumenical with resultant hazardous health implicative insinuations. The global prevalence of obesity has nearly tripled since 1975. In 2016, more than 1.9 billion adults aged ≥18 were overweight. In fact, exorbitant corpulence is believed to account for 80-85% of the jeopardy of developing type 2 diabetes, while recent obesity research suggests that exorbitantly corpulent people are upto more likely develop type 2 diabetes than those with a BMI of less than 22.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 2: Endocrinology & Hormonal Obesity

According to Hormonal Obesity Theory (HOT), we postulate that high insulin levels causes obesity. People who are obese have hormone levels that encourage the accumulation of body fat. The hormones leptin, insulin, oestrogens, androgens and magnification hormone influence our appetite, metabolism and body fat distribution. Important physiological variable such as body weight is not left up to the vaguaries of daily caloric intake and output but instead is precisely regulated by hormones – mostly insulin, but also cortisol.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 3: Effects of Obesity on Women’s Health & Pregnancy

Obesity is a growing public health problem among women of childbearing age in the U.S. obesity rates by ethnic groups-African-American 38.9%, Hispanics 36.3%, compared to 23.7% for white women.  Being extravagantly corpulent can harm your fertility by inhibiting mundane ovulation. Extravagant corpulence can additionally affect the outcome of in vitro fertilization (IVF). Women should be advised about the consequentiality of salubrious victualing afore and during pregnancy.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 4: Obesity & Weight Loss Management: Food - Diet Compatibility

Diet programs may engender weight loss over the short term, but maintaining this weight loss is frequently arduous and often requires making exercise and a lower pabulum energy diet an aeonian part of a person's lifestyle. For most countries and whatever the gender, achieving nutritional adequacy implied between- foods and diet patterns & food-group substitution’s. emerging research suggests that some foods, eating patterns, dietary intake and weight control may make to prevent diseases and easier to keep calories in check, highlighting diet strategies that also help prevent chronic disease.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 5: Balanced Diet and Chronic Diseases

Salubrious diets and physical activity are key to good pabulum and obligatory for a long and salubrious life. Victualing nutrient dense foods and balancing energy intake with the indispensable physical activity to maintain a salubrious weight is essential at all stages of life. Unbalanced consumption of foods high in energy (sugar, starch and/or fat) and low in essential nutrients contributes to energy excess, inordinately corpulent and inordinate corpulence. The amount of the energy consumed in cognation to physical activity and the quality of aliment are key determinants of pabulum cognate chronic disease

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 6: Bioenergetics and Dietary Interventions

Bioenergetics, the process of converting victuals into a utilizable form of energy, is directly cognate to overall metabolism. The concept of energy for most people on a day-to day substratum is an elusive one. It is that longed for health trait, presenting itself swiftly at certain points in our day, and then lost as expeditiously as it was gained. Diet induced inordinate corpulence is associated with impaired mitochondrial function and dynamic deportment. Mitochondrial dynamic processes with their stringent interconnection with mitochondrial bioenergetics are involved in energy balance and diet impact on metabolic tissues.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 7: Nutrition Lipidomics

Lipidomics can be efficaciously used to elucidate the interactions between diet, nutrients, and human metabolism. Lipids are a diverse class of metabolites that play several key roles in the maintenance of human health. Lipidomics can withal be applied to optimize the effects of pabulum processing on the dietary value, and in the evaluation of victuals-cognate health effects.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 8: Obesity and High Protein Diet

Diets fixated on a heftily ponderous protein load can be arduous to maintain and often carry their own health peril. Some of these jeopardies include constipation due to a lack of dietary fiber, incremented heart disease risk (with higher red meat consumption), and reduced kidney function for people. High Protein Diet are kenned to enhearten weight loss but adhering to them can be arduous.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 9: Dietary Supplements, Nutraceuticals and Functional Food

Functional foods and Nutraceuticals, dietary supplements, herbal products and natural antioxidants have established their potential roles in the auspice of human health against diseases. Nutrient-based compounds, extracts and other vitamins would be regulated as foods rather than drugs, which are subject to extensive and expensive trials and may make claims as to their efficacy, whereas supplements may not. 

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 10: Vaccines/Weight Loss Pills for Obesity

If transmuting your diet and exercise habits has failed to avail you achieve the results you hoped for, weight loss medication can be an option. The weight loss pills contain more active ingredient’s intended to increment fat burning, decrement appetite or reduce absorption of fat. The therapeutic vaccines could treat alternatively the obesity by suppressing the appetite-stimulating hormone and blocking absorption of nutrients. The treatment of human inordinate corpulence with vaccination would provide medicos with a drug- and surgical- free option against the weight epidemic.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 11: Update on Vitamins & Dietary Components

Diverse dietary constituents may develop obesity and cardio-metabolic disease by additional mechanisms that are not mediated solely by caloric content. Calories in distinction to any food have the probability to increase risk for obesity and cardio-metabolic disease as all calories can directly contribute to positive energy balance and fat gain.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 12: Obesity and Cardiac Health

Obesity increases the risk for heart disease and stroke. Heftiness is turning into a noteworthy adversity as of late. It is allied with various comorbidities, for example, cardiovascular illnesses; type 2 diabetes, hypertension and rest apnoea/rest scattered relaxing. Deterence of obesity by diet and regular physical activity remains the principal priority for maintaining cardiovascular health.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 13: Nutrition and Brain Health

The Mediterranean way research shows that a diet affluent in fish, whole grains, green leafy vegetables, olives, and nuts avails maintain encephalon health. Victualing high quality foods that contain lots of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants aliments the encephalon and forfends it from oxidative stress -the “waste” (free radicals) engendered when the body uses oxygen, which can damage cells. The Ecumenical Council on Brain Health (GCBH) examined the state of science on the impact diet has on encephalon health in adults age 50 and older.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 14: Obesity & Psychiatric Disorders

A recent study found incremented odds of mood disorder symptoms including major dejection, dysthymia, and manic and hypomanic episodes are found among extravagantly corpulent and astronomically extravagantly corpulent persons compared with their mundane-weight counterparts. obesity has debilitating effects on both physical, mental health; psychiatric complaints can also cause obesity as a result of medication effects, hormone imbalances, and the behavioral issues that result from psychiatric disorders. Areas of future research to help expand our understanding of the relationship between obesity and psychiatric disorders are also outlined.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 15: Diet: Healthspan and Aging

Everyone should maintain a healthy balanced diet with moderate, regular exercise and without smoking and drinking alcohol is the surest way to promote one’s Healthspan and limit the onset of most diseases. A vast body of research has demonstrated that disease susceptibility and offspring health can be influenced by perinatal factors, which include both paternal and maternal behavior and environment.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 16: Food Quality and Nutritional Values

Victuals exceptional is the copacetic characteristics of aliment this is felicitous for consumers. This consists of outside factors as look (size, form, color, gloss, and consistency), texture, and taste elements together with federal grade standards (e.g. of eggs) and internal (chemical, physical, microbial) Alimental score systems are strategies of ranking or score aliment merchandise or repasts classes to verbalize the dietary worth of victuals in a simplified way to the audience. Rating structures are advanced through regimes, noncommercial teams, or private institutions and agencies.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

Track 17: Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and Nutrition

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is an ancient form of healthcare that dates back over 2,500 years and includes natural treatments such as acupuncture, herbal remedies, dietary advice, stress/emotional support, exercise including tai chi and qi gong and treatments such as cupping and moxibustion to treat or prevent health problems. It’s a timeless bridge that can initiate and support change and magnification in any and every life dimension: physical, noetic, emotional, and spiritual.

Related Obesity Societies:

British Obesity Society, UK; The European Association for the Study of Obesity, Italy; American Obesity Association (AOA), USA; German Obesity Society, Germany; American Obesity Treatment Association, USA; European Childhood Obesity Group, Italy; Obesity Management Association, UK; Canadian Diabetes Association, Canada; Korean obesity society, Korea; Japan Society for the Study of Obesity, Japan; Obesity Medicine Association, USA; The Obesity Society USA;  Obesity Action Coalition USA; Association for the Study of Obesity USA; All India Association for Advancing Research in Obesity India;  American Obesity Treatment Association USA; Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO) Malaysia; Obesity Management Association (OMA)

Related Nutrition Societies:

Europe: International Confederation of Dietetic Associations, France; The Austrian Nutrition Society, Austria; The Federation of European Nutrition Societies, UK; Bulgarian Scientific Society for Nutrition and Dietetics, Bulgaria; Belgian Nutrition Society, Belgium

USA: Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour, USA; Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, USA; American Society for Nutrition, USA; American Society for Clinical Nutrition, USA; American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, USA; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, USA

Asia-Pacific: Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, China; The Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition, India; Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Singapore; The Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Malaysia, Malaysia; The Nutritionist-Dietitians Association of the Philippines, Philippines; The Indonesian Nutrition Association, Indonesia; Indian Dietetic Association, India; The Nutrition Society of India, India

 

 

 

Why to Attend/Sponsor/Exhibit

Why you should be Interested:

The 2019 Obesity Conference is the premier event for Obesity Treatments in New York and will provide valuable opportunities for connecting with key influencers.

Benefits in attending:

  • To foster discussions, share expertise and exchange knowledge and best practices at all levels of the healthcare spectrum
  • To encourage collaboration and enhance interactions at a global level
  • Meet a range of specialists actively practicing in the field
  • Strengthen your profile and position your organization as a key industry figure
  • Develop new partnerships and networks with key decision makers/influencers
  • Open doors for your organization to connect and develop strategic relationships in a neutral and relaxed sales environment
  • Get access to targeted audience
  • Brand Exposure – Promote your company’s message, products and services through a national Conference marketing campaign
  • First hand live demonstrations to delegates
  •  To showcase new healthcare technologies and solutions in an intimate setting focused specifically on diabetes, obesity, Diet and nutrition

Why Sponsor/Exhibit Obesity 2019?

Your sponsorship/Exhibition will give your organization fantastic exposure to around 150 attendees, and offers a unique opportunity to align your brand with this very highly successful, high profile event.

Obesity 2019 will provide a terrific and diverse platform to interact and network with fellow industry colleagues.

2019 Highlights:

  • 150 Participation (70 Industry: 30 Academia)
  • 10+ Keynote Speakers
  • 50+ Plenary Speakers
  • 05+ Exhibitors
  • 12 Innovative Educational Sessions
  • 5+ Workshops
  • B2B Meetings

Target Audience:

  • Directors, CEO’s of Organizations
  • Business Development Managers
  • Chief Scientific Officers
  • R&D Researchers from Pharma Industries
  • Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors
  • PhD Scholars
  • Association, Association presidents and professionals
  • Noble laureates in Health Care and Medicine
  • Research Institutes and members
  • Manufacturing Companies
  • Training Institutes

 

 

 

Market Analysis

Weight loss and diet management is a challenge for millions of people around the world. Ecumenically, more than 1 billion people are above an ideal weight. More than 100 million people in the Cumulated States are actively involved in a weight loss or weight management plan at any one time throughout the year. According to Grand View Research, the ecumenical extravagant corpulence treatment market was valued at USD 3.9 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach $15.6 billion by 2024. According to the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, about 30% of the ecumenical population is either exorbitantly corpulent or extravagantly corpulent. In additament, incrementing cognizance of inordinate corpulence's impacts on health further drives the magnification of the market. The report denoted that the North American region holds the most sizably voluminous market quota of ecumenical extravagant corpulence treatment market due to growing inordinately corpulent and inordinately corpulent population. the commercial weight loss programs segment of the extravagant corpulence market is estimated to have grown 9.4 percent to $3.03 billion in 2017. John LaRosa, the Research Director of Marketdata, verbally expressed: "The number of active dieters is estimated to have fallen 10% since 2015, to 97 million, due to a growing size acceptance kineticism and dieter fatigue. More than 100 million people in the Cumulated States are actively involved in a weight loss or weight management plan at any one time throughout the year. Key market players in the ecumenical anti-inordinate corpulence market are Bristol-Myers Squibb, Eisai Company, FlaxoSithKline plc, Novo Nordisk, Alizyme, BoehringerIngelheim GmbH, Pfizer, Takeda Pharmaceutical, Rhythm Pharmaceuticals, Shionogi USA, Vivus, Zafgen and Norgine Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Ecumenical Exorbitant corpulence Management Market was about US$ 4.17 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach US$ 6.2 billion by 2022 at a CAGR of 8.2%.

 

To Collaborate Scientific Professionals around the World

Conference Date March 18 - 19, 2019, New York, USA

For Sponsors & Exhibitors

sponsors@conferenceseries.com

Speaker Opportunity

Supported By

All accepted abstracts will be published in respective Conference Series LLC LTD International Journals.

Abstracts will be provided with Digital Object Identifier by