Additional captivating symposiums have been unveiled for FENS2023, the upcoming Federation of European Nutrition Societies Conference scheduled to take place in Belgrade, Serbia, in mid-November. The conference’s growing allure is attracting a multitude of symposiums.
Association of Universities and Research Institutes, NuGO, the prestigious organization dedicated to promoting research in the field of nutritional genomics, has announced that it will be hosting a symposium on Precision Nutrition. This symposium aims to delve into Early life intervention using pro- and prebiotics: lessons from controlled trials, Metabotyping as a precision nutrition strategy- from idea to evidence and Precision versus public health nutrition approaches in improving human diet quality. By exploring the interplay between genetics, diet, and health outcomes, this symposium promises to shed light on exciting possibilities for personalized nutrition.
In another notable development, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has confirmed its involvement in the forthcoming Federation of European Nutrition Societies Conference (FENS2023) with a symposium centred on Using Stable Isotopes to Advance Nutrition Research. Stable isotopes, known for their unique properties in tracing metabolic processes, offer researchers invaluable insights into nutrient absorption, metabolism, and utilization. By harnessing the power of stable isotopes, nutrition researchers can deepen their understanding of human nutrition and contribute to evidence-based recommendations for improved health outcomes.
Additionally, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will host a symposium to study how stable isotopes are advancing nutrition research by answering the question, “What is the quality of protein intake?” Followed by A novel method to determine iron requirements and assess the effect of iron interventions, and finally will wrap up the symposium with the impact of maternal education on infant feeding practices using data from the IAEA human milk database.
The International Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids (ISSFAL), through the symposium that they will host, will also enhance the scientific value of the conference as a whole.
ISSFAL will talk about omega-3 fatty acids and the brain. How omega-3 will impact brain development and mental health and if there is any potential interaction with iron, how omega-3 helps with brain injury plus dietary omega-3 fatty acids, neuroplasticity and mental health.
FENS 2023 invites you to join us in Belgrade! We hope to have the pleasure of your presence at these exciting symposiums during the conference. Your participation will contribute significantly to the event’s intellectual and collaborative atmosphere. We look forward to welcoming you to Belgrade!