Nordic Nutrition Congress 2016

Programme

Tuesday 21 June

Room F2 Room F4+F5
08.45am-10.15am

Plenary Session: The role of fat in health and disease

Chair: Mikael Fogelholm, professor, University of Helsinki, Finland
Co-chair: Ulf Risérus, professor, University of Uppsala, Sweden

Influence of dietary fatty acids on body fat and fatty liver disease
Ulf Risérus, professor, Uppsala university, Sweden

202. Changes in fat intake and changes in cholesterol over decades - The Finrisk study
Tiina Laatikainen, professor, University of Helsinki, Finland

203. Marine and vegetable sources of fatty acids - future perspective
Ann-Sofie Sandberg, professor, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

10.15am-10.45am Coffee break and poster viewing
10.45am-12.45pm

Clinical Nutrition: Nutrition in the elderly

Chair: Elisabet Rothenberg, dr, Kristianstad University, Sweden
Co-chair: Randi Tangvik, dr, Oslo University Hospital, Norway

204. The obesity paradox
Thorkild Sørensen, professor, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

205. The role of nutrition in sarcopenia and frailty
Tommy Cederholm, professor, Uppsala University, Sweden

206. Nutrition in supporting brain health
Merja Suominen, dr, University of Helsinki, Finland

Oral abstract presentations:

O201. Milk intake in middle-aged Norwegians and risk of hip fracture: Is there an association? A linkage between the Norwegian Counties Study and the NOREPOS hip fracture database
Kristin Holvik, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway

O202. Vitamin D does not predict dementia or cognitive impairment - a 20-year follow-up study in community living old men
Erika K.E. Olsson, Uppsala University, Sweden

Public Health Nutrition: Nutrition & sustainability

Chair: Lene Frost Andersen, professor, University of Oslo, Norway
Co-chair: Bryndis Eva Birgisdottir, dr, University of Iceland, Iceland

207. Healthy nutrition and sustainablility - is there a conflict?
Helle Margrete Meltzer, professor, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway

208. Consumer understanding of healthy nutrition and sustainability
Elling Bere, professor, University of Adger, Norway

209. Green Public Procurement in Denmark: Organic food consumption and healthier diets
Gregers Hummelmose, mr, Nina Nørgaard Sørensen, The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, Denmark

Oral abstract presentations:

O203. Replacing meat with fish in our diet - are there metabolic consequences beyond n-3 fatty acids?
Alastair Ross, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

O204. Risk of myocardial infarction - impact of dietary exposure to persistent organic pollutants and intake of long-chain fish fatty acids: Results from population-based prospective cohorts
Agneta Åkesson, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

12.45pm-2.15pm Lunch and poster viewing
2.15pm-4.00pm

Plenary Session: Nordic Nutrition Recommendations 2012 revisited

Chair: Wulf Becker, professor, National Food Agency, Sweden
Co-chair: Agnes N. Pedersen, dr, DTU Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

210. NNR 2012 in perspective - what is the future role of nutritional recommendations?
Ambroise Martin, professor, Claude Bernard University, France

211. NNR 2012 - lessons and future directions
Jessica Ahlin, nutritionist, National Food Agency, Sweden

Panel discussion: NNR - scientific impact and relevance for public health strategies in the Nordic countries
Chair: Knut-Inge Klepp, professor, Folkehelseinstituttet, Norway
Inga Thorsdottir, professor, University of Iceland, Iceland; Ursula Schwab, dr, University of Eastern Finland, Finland; Inge Tetens, professor, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; Helle Margerete Meltzer, professor, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway; Wulf Becker, professor, National Food Agency, Sweden.

4.00pm-4.30pm Coffee break and poster viewing
4.30pm-6.30pm

Clinical Nutrition: Fighting obesity in society

Chair: Frode Slinde, dr, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Co-chair: Berit Heitmann, professor, Frederiksberg Hospital, Denmark

212. The role of individual treatment strategies
Ingrid Larsson, professor, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden

213. The environmental prevention and treatment strategies
Knut-Inge Klepp, professor, Folkehelseinstituttet, Norway

214. The role of food companies - barriers or facilitaters?
Mette Peetz-Schou, mrs, The Danish Food & Drink Federation, Denmark

Oral abstract presentations:

O205. Metabolic outcomes after an 8-weeks low-calorie-diet in overweight, pre-diabetic individuals the role of gender in the PREVIEW study
Anne Raben, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

O206. Healthy Nordic diet and obesity: Results from a 7-year follow-up in adult Finns
Noora Kanerva, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland

 

Public Health Nutrition: Nutrition for healthy ageing

Chair: Merja Suominen, dr, University of Helsinki, Finland
Co-chair: Inga Thorsdottir, professor, University of Iceland, Iceland

215. The changing scene of ageing - to become old yesterday, today and tomorrow
Elisabet Rothenberg, dr, Kristianstad University, Sweden

216. Nutritional status for healthy ageing
Agnes N. Pedersen, dr, DTU Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

217. Overweight and obesity - the pros and cons of targeting weight reduction in the overweight and obese elderly
Anne Marie Beck, professor, Herlev & Gentofte University Hospital, Denmark

Oral abstract presentations:

O207. Dairy intake and mortality in Northern Sweden
Gianluca Tognon, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

O208. Adherence to dietary intervention among independently living idividuals with elevated risk of dementia: Finnish Geriatric Intervention Study to Prevent Cognitive Impairment and Disability (FINGER)
Jenni Lehtisalo, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland

7.45pm-Late Conference dinner