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International Conference on Lipid Science and Technology 2016

Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Orlando Airport | Orlando, USA
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Title: International Conference on Lipid Science and Technology 2016
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Dates: From Oct, 3, 2016 to Oct, 5, 2016
Location: Orlando, USA
Type: Conference
Registration Cost: From 300 to 950 USD
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It is a pleasure and privilege to invite you to our 2nd International Conference and Expo on Lipids: Metabolism, Nutrition & Health which is to be held during October 03-05, 2016 in The City Beautiful, Orlando, USA.

Although investigated for many years, the evidence on the relationship of dietary fat for heart disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity, among other ailments, is unusually confusing. Observational studies generally show that dietary fat is impressively correlated with breast cancer, colon cancer and heart disease, among other Western diseases. In contrast, the evidence for case-control and intervention type studies is much less convincing.

Some studies show that part of the confusion relates to the type of fat being investigated and part to the amount of fat being consumed. Saturated fat is widely believed to promote disease more than unsaturated fat but even this distinction depends on total dietary fat, where the opposite may be true. On type of fat, other studies suggest that omega-3 fats are beneficial while omega-6 fats are problematic.

The recommendation to decrease total dietary fat in order to prevent heart disease and cancer generally approximates 30% of total calories, which is a level generally considered “low fat” in some communities. In contrast, whole food plant-based diets containing no added fat may be about 10% total fat (all from whole plant-based foods) which is considered by some to be “extremely” low fat that no one will accommodate. In contrast, this is the level of fat that creates health far better than another dietary fat level.

There is a great need to clarify this confusion. A unified hypothesis is desperately needed. It should be one that embraces a broad range of diseases, a broad range of research observations and experimental study designs and a broad range of biochemical ‘mechanisms’. Without clarification, public policy on dietary fat will continue to be elusive and be subject to market place prejudice.

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Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Orlando Airport

5555 Hazeltine National Drive

Orlando, Florida, 32812, USA

Tel: +1-407-856-0100

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