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<Special Issues: ILSI Japan Conference Abstracts and Slides>
The 7th International Conference on "Nutrition and Aging":
To Stretch Our Healthy Life Expectancy
   
Keynote Lecture: To Stretch Our Healthy Life Expectancy
  • Science of Palatability: A Study of Elderly Eating Behavi
Tohru Fushiki
 
Session 1: Traditional Japanese Cuisine (Intangible Cultural Heritage)
  • Can We Regard Modern Japanese Food as "Washoku"?
Toshio Ohtani
  • Typical Japanese Diet and Chronic Diseases: Evidence from the JPHC Study
Shoichiro Tsugane
  • Epidemiologic Findings on Japanese Diet and Cardiovascular Diseases
Katsuyuki Miura
 
Session 2: Optimization of Nutritional Status as Preemptive Medical Care
  • Epigenetic Regulation of Glucose and Lipid Metabolism and Preemptive Medicin
Yoshihiro Ogawa
  • Nutritional State of Early in Life for Prevention of Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome
Tomoo Okada
  • Changes in the Cerebral Cortex in Response to Food and Chemical Stimulation
Shinpei Kawakami
  • Functional Foods and Epigenetics
Keiko Abe
  • Enhanced Body Fat Utilization as Energy by Dietary Polyphenols
Masanobu Hibi
 
Session 3: Diet and Cranial Nerve Function
  • Nutrition for the Ageing Brain: Towards Evidence of an Optimal Diet -An Overview of ILSI Europe's Activities-
Diana Banati
  • The Relationship between Dietary Pattern and Dementia: The Hisayama Study
Toshiharu Ninomiya
  • Chrono-nutrition Research Aimed at Biological Clock Regulation
Katsutaka Oishi
 
Session 4: Research Perspective of Intestinal Microorganism
  • Metagenomics of Human Gut Microbiome
    -.Profile of Japanese Gut Microbiome-
Masahira Hattori
  • Intestinal Bacteria as a Symbiont
Philip M. Sherman
  • Importance of Segmented Filamentous Bacteria in Intestinal Immune System and Its Application to Gut Inflammation Model
Yoshinori Umesaki
  • Age-related Change of the Gut Microbiota .
    - People Aged 0 to Over 100 Years Old -
Toshitaka Odamaki
  • Effects of Yogurt on Intestinal Environment and Body Functions
Katsunori Kimura
  • Augmentation of Host Defense Mechanism by Oral Administration of Lactobacillus gasseri SBT2055
Fumihiko Sakai
 
Session 5: Physiology of "Physical Inactivity" (Physical Activity and Nutrition)
  • A Novel Nutritional Approach against Unloading-mediated Muscle Atrophy
Takeshi Nikawai
  • Physical Activity and the Regulation of Nutrient Sensing and Signaling in Aging Muscle
Blake B. Rasmussen
  • The Importance of Amino Acid Nutrition in Sarcopenia Prevention
Hisamine Kobayashii
  • "Add 10 Min. for Your Health": The New Japanese Recommendation for Physical Activity Based on Dose-response Analysis
Motohiko Miyachi
  • ILSI SEA Region Seminar on Food Allergens
    - Science and Challenges for Southeast Asia -
Ryuji Yamaguchi
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