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17th International Conference on Childhood Obesity & Nutrition, will be organized around the theme “Navigating the Pathways to Healthy Childhood: From Prevention to Intervention”

Childhood Obesity 2024 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Childhood Obesity 2024

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Childhood Obesity is one of the most genuine general wellbeing difficulties of the 21st century. The issue is worldwide and is steadily affecting some low-and middle-income countries, especially in urban settings. The predominance has expanded at a disturbing rate. Internationally, in 2018 the number of overweight children less than five years old is assessed to be more than 54 million.

Overweight and obese kids are probably going to remain hefty into adulthood and more probable to create non-communicable illnesses like diabetes and cardiovascular diseases at a more youthful age. Overweight and obesity, and in addition their related diseases, are generally preventable. Anticipation of childhood obesity accordingly needs high need

  • Track 1-1Causes and Contributing Factors
  • Track 1-2Health Implications and Long-term Effects
  • Track 1-3Prevention and Intervention Strategies

At long last, interventions for childhood obesity, counteractive action should be a piece of existing plans and projects that expect to enhance diets and physical movement. Intercessions that use particular settings ought to likewise make progress toward coordination. Much of the time schools, for instance, have possessed the capacity to incorporate conduct change training into their current educational programs.


  • Track 2-1Education and Awareness
  • Track 2-2Physical Activity Promotion
  • Track 2-3Healthy Environment Design

Pediatric Nutrition is a dietetic practice gathering of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. We are focused on the prosperity and general strength of kids. Pediatric Nutrition assumes a basic part in fetal development and advancement. Pediatric Nutrition alludes to the wholesome needs of ladies amid the antenatal and postnatal period (i.e., when they are pregnant and breastfeeding) and further more may allude to the pre-theoretical period (i.e., puberty). A solid eating regimen enables youngsters to develop and learn. It additionally avoids stoutness and weight-related maladies, for example, diabetes. To give your kid a nutritious eating routine makes half of what is on your youngster's plate foods grown from the ground choose sound wellsprings of protein, for example, lean meat, nuts, and eggs, Serve entire grain bread and oats since they are high in fiber. Lessen refined grains, Broil, barbecue, or steam foods as opposed to fricasseeing them, Limit fast food and garbage nourishment, Offer water or drain rather than sugary organic product beverages and soft drinks.



  • Track 3-1Infant and Toddler Nutrition
  • Track 3-2Childhood Nutrition and Balanced Diets
  • Track 3-3Addressing Specific Nutritional Needs and Concerns

Bariatric surgery (weight reduction surgery) incorporates an assortment of methods performed on individuals who have obesityWeight reduction is accomplished by decreasing the size of the stomach with a removal of a portion of the stomach (sleeve gastrectomy or biliopancreatic redirection with duodenal switch) or by resecting and re-steering the small digestive tract to a little stomach pocket (gastric sidestep surgery).


  • Track 4-1Patient Selection and Evaluation
  • Track 4-2Surgical Techniques and Procedures
  • Track 4-3Postoperative Care and Long-Term Support

The official journal of the European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, Clinical Nutrition is a universal journal giving fundamental logical data on dietary and metabolic care and the connection amongst nutrition and disease both in the setting of essential science and clinical practice.


  • Track 5-1Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Track 5-2Nutrition Support and Clinical Interventions
  • Track 5-3Nutritional Research and Evidence-Based Practice

The reason for this study was to the illustrate connection between obesity in 3-year-old kids and both behavioral and natural factors by leading a case-control study. Subjects were chosen from the Toyama study. Coordinated match correlations were performed between hefty youngsters whose Kaup's record was at least 18 (N=117) and control kids (N=234). Multivariate step wised strategic relapse investigation additionally connected to survey the impact of frustrating variables.


  • Track 6-1Behavior Modification and Counseling
  • Track 6-2Built Environment and Healthy Choices
  • Track 6-3Social and Cultural Influences

Exercise physiology is a sub-teach of kinesiology that tends to the transient natural reactions to the stress of physical activity and how the body adjusts to rehashed episodes of physical movement after some time. In that capacity, practice physiology experts regularly have the obligation of molding a man to a larger amount of wellness or potentially well-being while, in the meantime, monitoring security issues (danger of damage, sickness, natural presentation, and so forth.) related to a solitary session of activity. The kind of customer that can profit by preparing under an activity physiology proficient differs incredibly, extending from world class competitors wishing to enhance their execution to patients with interminable ailments wishing to increment or keep up their capacity to fulfil exercises of everyday living.


  • Track 7-1Exercise Physiology and Performance Enhancement
  • Track 7-2Clinical Applications of Exercise
  • Track 7-3Sports Psychology and Performance Coaching

Obesity is an incessant condition characterized by an overabundance measure of muscle to fat quotients. Body mass index (BMI) is a term routinely utilized by doctors and specialists to depict and figure a man's body weight, considering one's tallness to decide a man's corpulence or general overweight/underweight condition. The BMI rises to a man's weight in kilograms isolated by stature in meters squared (BMI = kg/m2). For grown-ups, a BMI of at least 30 is viewed as a condition of weight and a BMI more prominent than 40 is thought to be a condition of serious obesity. Roughly one of every three Americans is corpulent.


  • Track 8-1Dietary Approaches and Nutrition Education
  • Track 8-2Physical Activity and Exercise Strategies
  • Track 8-3Psychological and Behavioral Aspects of Weight Management

Obesity during childhood can have a harmful effect on the body in a variety of ways. Children who have obesity are more likely to have High blood pressure and high cholesterol, which are risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Increased risk of impaired glucose tolerance, insulin resistance, and type 2 diabetes Breathing problems, such as asthma and sleep apnea. Joint problems and musculoskeletal discomfort. Fatty liver disease, gallstones, and gastro-esophageal reflux (i.e., heartburn).


  • Track 9-1Genetics and Molecular Mechanisms of Obesity
  • Track 9-2Novel Interventions and Treatment Strategies
  • Track 9-3Socioeconomic and Cultural Factors in Obesity

While the correct reasons for diabetes are as yet not completely comprehended, it is realized that variables up the danger of creating distinctive sorts of diabetes mellitus. For type 2 diabetes, this incorporates being overweight or fat (having a body mass record - BMI - of 30 or more prominent). Actually, obesity is accepted to represent 80-85% of the danger of creating sort 2 diabetes, while late research proposes that large individuals are up to 80 times more inclined to create type 2 diabetes than those with a BMI of under 22. If you are overweight or large, you are at more serious danger of creating type 2 diabetes, especially in the event that you have abundance weight around your tummy (abdomen).


  • Track 10-1Causes and Risk Factors of Childhood Obesity
  • Track 10-2Health Consequences and Long-Term Effects
  • Track 10-3Prevention and Intervention Strategies for Childhood Obesity

During the previous 20 years, obesity among grown-ups has risen altogether in the United States. The most recent information from the National Center for Health Statistics demonstrates that 33% of U.S. grown-ups 20 years old and more established—more than 100 million individuals—are stout. This expansion is not restricted to grown-ups, but rather has likewise influenced youngsters. Among youth, 18 percent of kids matured 6-11 years and 21 percent of youngsters matured 12–19 years are viewed as hefty. These rates of heftiness have significant ramifications for Americans' wellbeing. Albeit one of the national well-being goals for the year 2020 is to diminish the commonness of stoutness among grown-ups by 10 percent, current information shows that the circumstance is not progressing. Hopkins GIM employees are examining overweight the full scope of its characteristic history and difficulties, and in addition attempting to battle the plague by exploring different techniques and interventions.


  • Track 11-1Mechanisms Linking Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes
  • Track 11-2Management Strategies for Obesity-Related Diabetes
  • Track 11-3Public Health and Policy Implications

In 2001, six genes were connected to monogenic human heftiness and no normal variations were reproducibly connected with polygenic weight. By 2008, advance in the field prompted the revelation of eight monogenic genes and four polygenic genes (FTO, PCSK1, MC4R, CTNNBL1) from related examinations at the extensive level of importance. The current development of the all-inclusive affiliation thinks about (GWAS) has prompted promote leaps forward in quality distinguishing proof and now nine loci are perceived to be associated with Mendelian types of corpulence alongside 58 loci adding to polygenic heftiness. In this survey, we will talk about what we have gained from this current advance in clarifying the atomic premise of weight. We propose an ignore of significant lessons gained from 15 years of research in the field of the hereditary qualities and weight.


  • Track 12-1Genetic Risk Factors and Susceptibility to Obesity
  • Track 12-2Epigenetics and Obesity
  • Track 12-3Personalized Medicine and Obesity Genetics

Healthy eating is not about strict dietary constraints, remaining unreasonably thin, or denying yourself of the food you adore. Or maybe, it's tied in with feeling extraordinary, having more vitality, enhancing your well-being, and settling your state of mind. In the event that you feel overpowered by all the clashing food and eating regimen counsel out there, you're not the only one. It appears that for each master who reveals to you a specific sustenance is beneficial for you, you'll discover another platitude precisely the inverse. Yet, by utilizing these basic hints, you can slice through the perplexity and figure out how to make a great, shifted, and nutritious eating regimen that is as useful for your brain as it is for your body.


  • Track 13-1Nutritional Science and Dietary Guidelines
  • Track 13-2Sustainable and Plant-Based Diets
  • Track 13-3Behavioral Aspects of Healthy Eating

Nutrition is the science that interprets the association of supplements and different substances in sustenance in connection to support, development, propagation, well-being, and illness of a living being. ... The eating regimen of a life form is the thing that it eats, which is generally controlled by the accessibility, the preparing and acceptability of nourishments. A less than stellar eating routine can cause inadequacy ailments, for example, visual deficiency, iron deficiency, scurvy, preterm birth, stillbirth and cretinism; well-being undermining conditions like weight and metabolic disorder; and such basic constant foundational illnesses as a cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis. A horrible eating routine can cause the squandering of kwashiorkor in intense cases, and the hindering of marasmus in incessant instances of hunger.


  • Track 14-1Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals
  • Track 14-2Culinary Nutrition and Food Preparation
  • Track 14-3Global Perspectives on Food and Nutrition

Epidemiology examines the patterns and distribution of diseases within populations. It involves studying the frequency, causes, and effects of health conditions. Risk factors are variables that increase the likelihood of developing a particular disease or condition. By analyzing epidemiological data and identifying significant risk factors, public health interventions can be designed to mitigate disease burden and promote overall well-being.


  • Track 15-1Global Trends in Childhood Obesity Rates
  • Track 15-2Genetic and Environmental Influences on Childhood Obesity
  • Track 15-3Socioeconomic Disparities and Obesity Risk

Early life nutrition and feeding practices play a pivotal role in a child's development, influencing physical growth, cognitive function, and long-term health. Establishing balanced and age-appropriate diets, breastfeeding when possible, and introducing diverse foods can set the foundation for a lifetime of wellness and optimal growth. It's crucial for caregivers to stay informed about recommended feeding guidelines to ensure a strong start for infants and young children.


  • Track 16-1Breastfeeding and Obesity Prevention
  • Track 16-2Introduction to Solids: Timing and Impact on Weight
  • Track 16-3Nutritional Strategies for Optimal Growth and Development

Explore the balance between physical activity and sedentary behavior, uncovering the vital role they play in maintaining overall health and well-being. Dive into the impact of physical activity on our bodies and the potential risks associated with excessive sedentary habits, highlighting the importance of an active lifestyle. Discover the intricate relationship between physical activity and sedentary behavior, shedding light on how conscious choices can lead to a healthier and more energetic life.


  • Track 17-1Sedentary Lifestyles and Obesity Risk in Youth
  • Track 17-2Innovative Approaches to Promote Active Living

Delve into the fascinating realm of psychological and behavioral factors, exploring their profound influence on human thoughts, emotions, and actions. Uncover the intricate interplay between psychological processes and behavioral patterns, illuminating how our minds shape behaviors and how behaviors, in turn, impact our mental landscape. Journey through the complexities of human behavior, investigating the psychological underpinnings that drive decision-making, habits, and responses to various stimuli, offering insights into fostering positive behavioral changes.


  • Track 18-1Emotional Eating and its Connection to Obesity
  • Track 18-2Family Dynamics and Their Influence on Eating Habits
  • Track 18-3Behavioral Interventions for Healthy Weight Management

Examine the intricate web of medical and health consequences that arise from lifestyle choices and behaviors, shedding light on the long-term effects on physical well-being. Navigate through the landscape of medical implications tied to behaviors, from chronic diseases influenced by poor habits to the transformative power of healthy choices in preventing and managing health conditions. From the ripple effects of sedentary living to the psychological toll of certain behaviors, explore the profound impact of our choices on overall health, and discover strategies to mitigate risks and enhance well-being.


  • Track 19-1Metabolic Health and Obesity in Children
  • Track 19-2Cardiovascular Complications of Childhood Obesity
  • Track 19-3Type 2 Diabetes in Youth: Diagnosis and Management

Embark on a journey through the ever-evolving realm of technology and innovation, uncovering their transformative influence on industries, societies, and the way we perceive and interact with the world. Explore the dynamic intersection of technology and innovation, from groundbreaking advancements shaping our daily lives to the ethical considerations that arise as we navigate this rapidly changing landscape. Dive into the world of cutting-edge technology and innovative solutions, delving into their potential to address challenges, drive progress, and revolutionize sectors ranging from healthcare and communication to sustainability and beyond


  • Track 20-1Digital Health Tools for Childhood Obesity Management
  • Track 20-2Gamification and Apps for Encouraging Physical Activity
  • Track 20-3Virtual Reality in Pediatric Obesity Education