Nutritional Influences on Bone Health

9th International Symposium
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 1. August 2016
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  • IX, 335 Seiten
 
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978-3-319-32417-3 (ISBN)
 
The 9th International Symposium is the only regular meeting in the bone field to be exclusively devoted to nutrition, bone and muscle, and it allows the authors of this book to review the new scientific data, discuss new concepts, and update the knowledge on several nutrients.
The Symposium provides a unique opportunity to connect health professionals, researchers and industry across many disciplines, including nutrition and dietetics, exercise science, gerontology, nursing, general practice, academia and the food and fitness industry.
Most causes for osteoporosis, like genetics, age, menopause, and associated diseases with their treatments, are not modifiable. The investigation of the influence of nutrition on bone health is important as a key modifiable factor of the development of bone and the prevention of osteoporosis. It is the privilege of this symposium to gather every three years with scientists from all over the world working in this field.
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Connie M. Weaver, Ph.D., is Distinguished Professor and
Head of the Department of Nutrition Science at Purdue University, West
Lafayette, Indiana. In 2013, she was
bestowed the honor of the Spirit of the Land Grant Award. In 2012 she was selected as the Herbert Newby McCoy recipient, the most prestigious
research honor given by Purdue University. In 2010 she was elected to membership in the Institute
of Medicine of The National Academies, of which she is a member of the Food and
Nutrition Board. Also, in 2010 the
Women's Global Health Institute (WGHI) was formed at Purdue University with the
mission of improving the health of women globally through research and training
by proactively identifying the causes and prevention of diseases related to
women. For her contributions in teaching, Dr. Weaver was
awarded Purdue University's Outstanding Teaching Award.
Part 1. Sarcopenia and Obesity.- Sarcopenia - the concept and its definitions.- Defining sarcopenia .- Obesity, Insulin Resistance and Pediatric Bone.- Influence of sarcopenic and dynapenic obesity on musculoskeletal health and function in older adults.- Part 2. Protein.- Evidence for a Link between Dietary Protein and Bone & Muscle Health in Adults.- Dietary Protein, Exercise and Skeletal Muscle: Is There a Synergistic Effect in Older Adults and the Elderly?.- Part 3. Selected Nutrients.- The Use of Calcium for Phosphate Control in Chronic Kidney Disease.- Vitamin C and Bone Health.- Acid-Base Balance of the Diet - Implications for Bone.- Vitamin E homologues: current evidence.- Part 4. Bioactives.- Dietary Dried Plum Increases Peak Bone Mass.- Transgenerational Benefits of Soy Isoflavones to Bone Structure in the CD-1 Mouse Model.- A lignan-rich bioactive fraction of Sambucus williamsii Hance exerts oestrogen-like bone protective effects in aged ovariectomized rats and osteoblastic cells.- Prebiotics, Calcium Absorption, and Bone Health.-Prebiotics, probiotics, synbiotics and foods with regard to bone metabolism.- Part 5 Vitamin D and Calcium.- Predicting calcium requirements in children.- Assessment of vitamin D status.- Vitamin D in Obesity and Weight Loss.-Vitamin D and Fall Prevention - An Update.- After vitamin D supplementation there is an increase in serum 25 hydroxyvitamin D but no evidence of a threshold response in calcium absorption.- Vitamin D and Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Bone Health: Ancillary Studies in the VITAL Randomized Controlled Trial.- Vitamin D, Exercise, and Health.- Part 6. Dairy.- The potential role of dairy foods in fracture prevention in elderly in aged-care.- Clinical Trial of Dairy in Adolescent Girls: Effect on Bone Accrual.- Part 7. Nutrition, Bone and Special Conditions.- Intestinal Calcium Absorption and Skeletal Health After Bariatric Surgery.- Nutrition, Adolescent Pregnancy and Bone.- Part 8. Recommendations.- Lifestyle Factors That Affect Peak Bone Mass Accrual.- Fracture prevention recommendations for long term care.- Promotion of Bone Friendly Nutrition.
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