How does nutrition affect the aging processes in our body? Can food really act as a capital for increased longevity?
This webinar will delve into how nutrition affects the health capital and longevity – as factor of degeneration or regeneration. The presentation will assess what exists in today’s science of nutrition as well as the market, in addition to where current ‘traps of the market’ exist, asking what should be done to improve the market for health, performance and beauty, and questioning what the future may hold in this exciting area.
Dr Astrid Stuckelberger
Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine
University of Geneva
Dr Stuckelberger is an internationally recognized expert in aging. She is a lecturer and researcher at Geneva School of Public Health of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva. She holds more than a hundred scientific publications, in addition to holding political expertise and reports for Swiss governmental agencies, the European Commission, the WHO and several United Nations specialized agencies and programmes.
Dr Stuckelberger is President of the Geneva International Network on Ageing (GINA) and Chair of the NGO Committee on Ageing at the United Nations in Geneva where she is a permanent representative of the Society of Psychological Studies of Social Issues (SPSSI, USA based) and the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG).
Science reporter for NutraIngredients.com and
As science reporter on FoodNavigator.com and NutraIngredients.com, Nathan Gray has written at length on key areas food science and nutrition impacting the global food and nutritional supplements industries – including flavour formulation, sodium reduction, gut health, and the links between nutrition and disease states. Nathan has a degree in Human Biosciences, specialising in exercise nutrition and immunology.
Starts 8:00 am in New York | 5:00 am in Los Angeles | 2:00 pm in Paris
October 02nd, 2012