Theme: Theme: "Novel Therapeutics and Dietary Management for Obesity & Chronic Diseases"



Conference Series welcomes all participants worldwide to attend the “6th International Conference on Obesity and Chronic Diseases” scheduled to be held during June 22-23, 2023 in London, UK. The Conference deliberations will be on the following theme: “Novel Therapeutics and Dietary Management for Obesity & Chronic Diseases”.
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Why to Attend?
  • Keynote forums by renowned Physicians & Professors
  • Plenary talks and Poster presentations by global experts
  • Open Innovation Challenges
  • Global Networking sessions with 50+ Countries
  • Novel techniques to benefit your research
  • Meet the editors of referred journals, Society and Association members across the Globe
  • Engage young researchers and scientists to conduct improved studies and researches which will open up new avenues for a better world.
  • Aims at generating public awareness by discussing various advancements and challenges in Food Safety and Health
Target Audience: 
  • Metabolic & Bariatric Surgeons
  • Basic Clinical Research Scientists & Students
  • Registered Dieticians & Nutritionists
  • Physicians
  • Diabeticians
  • Industry Professionals
  • Health Promoters
  • Pharmacists
  • Medical Colleges
  • Integrated Health Professionals
  • Dieticians and Nutritionist
  • BMI Training Institutes
  • Diabetes Educators
  • Physical Therapists
  • Yoga & Fitness Professionals
  • Obesity & Endocrinology Associations and Societies
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Public Health Professional

Track 1: Obesity

This disorder consists of excessive body fat that puts the body at risk of health issues. Overeating outcomes in obesity since additional calories are consumed than are burned through exercise and normal daily activities. A person who has a body mass index that is greater than 25 is considered obese. A person with this disorder consumes more calories than they burn off. Among the reasons of obesity is lack of physical activity, unbalanced diets, unhealthy lifestyle, environmental and behavioural factors.

  • Food addiction
  • Insulin resistance
  • Sedentary life

Track 2: Obesity and Pregnancy: Risks & Management

An increase in obesity is related with an increased risk of pregnancy complications like miscarriage, stillbirth, and recurrent miscarriage. As a consequence of gestational diabetes, obese pregnant women face difficulty throughout vaginal delivery and a high risk of miscarriage, as well as a high necessity for caesarean section, which may include risk complications like C-section infections and wounds.

Track 3: Obesity and Cardiovascular Diseases

Obesity is one of the foremost causes of raised mortality and morbidity accompanying with cardiovascular diseases (CVDs). The present study inspects the relations between the increase in body mass index (BMI) and the consequent growth in cardiovascular diseases and high blood pressure rates, using multivariate study and neural network models for obesity and high blood pressure respectively. The risk of developing cardiovascular disease can be abridged by maintaining a healthy weight. Furthermore, it can lead to arterial aneurysms, heart failure, and hypertension as well as kidney failure.

  • Hypertension
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Dyslipidaemia
  • Inflammation in cardiovascular disease

Track 4: Obesity and Diet

When it arises to losing weight or averting obesity, a low-fat diet is said to be the best approach. A diet low in red and processed meat is related with a lower risk of the obesity and heart disease. Diet is a term used to define the total calories consumed over a period of time. Proper diets should include balanced nutrition and low-calorie intake. Very low-calorie diet - A very low-calorie diet (VLCD) is a diet that involves consuming less than 3350 kilojoules (800 calories) a day and consuming fewer foods with saturated fat, sugar, and alcohol.

Track 5: Chronic Diseases Linked with Obesity

In human healthiness, a chronic disease is defined as a condition that is repeated or has lasting effects. It may also be defined as a disease that arises with a period of time. Whenever a disease continues longer than three months, it is considered to be chronic. Many chronic diseases are said to be associated with obesity.

Track 6: Obesity and Cancer

Obesity, which is defined as having a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or more, and the risk of developing several types of cancer have received a lot of attention recently. Obesity has been linked to a higher chance of postmenopausal women developing oesophageal cancer, colorectal cancer, pancreatic cancer, breast cancer, kidney, thyroid, liver, and gallbladder cancer. Obesity may contribute to an increase in cancer-related mortality.

  • Endometrial cancer
  • Esophageal adenocarcinoma
  • Gastric cardia cancer

Track 7: Bariatric Surgery

The term "bariatric surgery," commonly referred to as "weight loss surgery," refers to a variety of medical operations carried out on obese patients. A variety of negative side effects after weight loss surgery include infection, nutritional deficiencies, gallstones, and persistent nausea and vomiting. Several health issues associated with obesity, including type 2 diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and sleep apnoea, can be improved by bariatric surgery. There are numerous weight-loss techniques accessible.

  • Sleeve gastrectomy
  • Duodenal jejunal bypass with sleeve gastrectomy
  • Duodenal switch.
  • Revisional surgery
  • Laparoscopic adjustable gastric bandin

Track 8: Diabesity: A Dual Challenge

The project's worldwide scope Obesity and diabetes may coexist, according to the modern epidemic known as diabesity. Several cases of diabetes and weight issues, as well as the study programmes that went along with them, were given from unusual countries that had growing epidemics, higher rates of morbidity, and unaffordable public health costs. Diabetes is the fifth leading cause of death worldwide and is linked to severe fitness problems. Long-term diabetic headaches, a decline in fitness-related functionality, a decline in well-being, and a lower standard of life are only a few of the health impacts of diabetes. Myocardial infarction, a cerebrovascular stroke, or end-stage renal illness can all result in chronic headaches. Furthermore, modern research has shown that persistent stress, hopelessness, and sleep issues are linked to both diabetes and obesity.

  • Epidemiology of diabesity
  • Health impact of diabesity
  • Economic impact

Track 9: Metabolic Syndromes and Anorexia

Eating disorders are psychological problems in which eating behaviours and related moods and emotions are substantially distorted. A person with an eating disorder is frequently consumed by thoughts of food and weight. Eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and OSFED (other specified feeding or eating disorders).

Track 10: Yoga, Counselling and Physical Therapy

Obesity, diabetes, hormone imbalances, and endocrine dysfunction are just a few examples of the physical and mental health that chronic illness or stress can cause. Yoga is taken up for a variety of causes, such as depression, obesity, gastrointestinal diseases, high blood pressure, and drug usage. Because of yoga, the health system is undergoing significant change. Frequent fitness regimens, which include yoga-specific asana, cardio activity, breathing techniques, and meditation, are crucial for reducing obesity.

  • Physical work outs
  • Healthcare and Mental Health
  • Reducing distress
  • Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes

Track 11: Ayurveda and Naturopathic Medicine

Ayurveda weight loss medicine is a natural, risk-free approach with no negative side effects. According to the definition of naturopathic medicine, sickness is treated rationally, drug-free, and empirically using natural substances and the theories of toxicemia vitality and the human body's inherent ability to cure itself.

Track 12: Anti-Obesity Drugs

The term "Anti-Obesity Drugs" refers to all the pharmacological treatments meant to reduce or control body weight while causing fewer side effects. The three main categories of anti-obesity drugs can be classified based on their mode of action, namely: drugs inhibiting intestinal fat absorption, drugs suppressing food intake, drugs increasing energy consumption, and thermogenic drugs.

Track 13: Genetic Obesity

Many genes that predispose patients with obesity to gaining excess weight are present in their bodies. One of these genes, the fat mass and obesity-associated gene, decreases control over eating, sedentary behaviour, and body fat accumulation while increasing caloric intake while decreasing satiety. Obesity can be treated using a range of medical and physical treatments. They include gastrointestinal surgery and bariatric surgery. There are many operations available to treat obesity.

  • Prader-Willi Syndrome
  • Syndromic Obesity
  • Bardet-Biedl Syndrome

Track 14: Obesity: Childhood, Teens and Adolescents

Children who are overweight or obese often have a combination of hereditary and environmental variables. The child will continue to be chubby during puberty and experience additional difficulties, such as diabetes, cardiovascular illnesses, and other ailments, as a result of the pattern of physiology and genetics.

  • Childhood obesity
  • Comorbidities of Obesity in the Youth

Track 15: Current Research on Obesity

Every year, at least 2.8 million people die from being overweight or obese. Overweight and obesity have undesirable metabolic effects on blood pressure, sterols, triglycerides, and resistance to hypoglycemic medications. As body mass index (BMI), a measure of weight for height, increases, so does the risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes. The risk of cancer of the breast, colon, prostate, mucous membranes, excretory organs, and gallbladder increases with a high body mass index.

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