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Scientific congresses

Scientific congresses

MS-Nutrition takes part in various scientific events to present its work and exchange about important topic in the field of food and nutrition.

2017 Congresses

http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ca/CA15118?

 

COST Action FoodMC – Workshop from 22nd to 23th of March 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal

Presentation :

How linear programming can help improve diets and foods ?  Speaker: F. Vieux

2016 Congresses

Journées francophones de la nutrition (JFN) [French Days of Nutrition] from 30 November to 2nd Decembre 2016 in Montpellier.

Two selected posters to be presented in “90 seconds”:

  1. Estimation de l’adhésion aux repères de la pyramide méditerranéenne chez les adultes des régions Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur et Languedoc-Roussillon (PACA-LR).  Speaker: L. Privet
  2. Validation théorique d’un questionnaire de fréquence alimentaire de 90 items Speaker: R. Gazan

Two presented posters:

  1. ROLE DES LAITS INFANTILES POUR REPONDRE AUX BESOINS NUTRITIONNELS D’ENFANTS BRITANNIQUES EN BAS AGE: ILLUSTRATION PAR MODELISATION DES DIETES INDIVIDUELLES F. Vieux, C. Brouzes, M. Maillot, A. Briend, R. Hankard, A. Lluch, N. Darmon
  2. Comparaison de critères nutritionnels conçus pour l’aide à la reformulation avec deux profils nutritionnels à applications différentes L. Privet, F. Vieux, G. Masset

One oral presentation with MS-Nutrition co-author:

  • Reformulation des aliments et apports nutritionnels : modélisation d’impact chez les adultes français
    M. Gressier, L. Privet, F. Vieux, G. Masset

Abstracts available only in French.

EOS -European Obesity Summit- 2016 from 1 to 4 June 2016 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Co-authors of the following poster:

The use of nutrient profiling to guide reformulation towards improved energy and nutrient content

2015 Congresses

Journées francophones de la nutrition (JFN) [French days of nutrition] from 9 to 11 December 2015 in Marseille.

Presentation of 3 posters:

The system SAIN,LIM AQR ranges foods into 4 classes ordered according to their capacity to integrate a nutritionally adequate diet – an analysis by individual rations optimization [translated from French]
M. MAILLOT 1, N. DARMON 2
1MS-Nutrition, 2UMR NORT, INRA, Marseille, France

Can we generalize to the overall population dietary changes identified for each individual as necessary to reach nutritional recommendations ? [Translated from French]
M. Maillot1, A. Lluch2, F. Vieux1, N. Darmon3
1MS-Nutrition, MARSEILLE, 2Danone Nutricia Research, Palaiseau,3UMR NORT INRA/INSERM/AMU, MARSEILLE, France

Adaptation of the SAIN,LIM to order foods into four classes on the basis of their nutritional characteristics and their European daily intakes. [Translated from French]
N. Darmon1, M. MAILLOT2, V. BRAESCO3
1UMR NORT, INRA, 2MS-Nutrition, Marseille, 3VAB Nutrition, Clermont-Ferrand, France

Abstracts available only in French.

India

International Food Data Conference (IFDC) 11th edition on the theme  « Food composition and Public Health nutrition » from 3 to 5 November 2015 in Hyderabad, India.

1 oral presentation:

2nd International Congress of the Algerian Nutrition Society (SAN) from 13 to 15 Octobre 2015 in Alger, Algeria.

2 posters:

Authors:

Tangui BARRE.1, VIEUX F.2, PERIGNON M.1, CRAVEDI JP.3, AMIOT MJ.1, DARMON N.1
1Unité Mixte de Recherche (UMR) “Nutrition, Obesity and Risk of Thrombosis,” Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique 1260 INRA, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale 1062 INSERM, Aix- Marseille Université, F-13385, Marseille, France.
2MS-Nutrition, Marseille, France.
3UMR 1331 TOXALIM, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique INRA, F- 31027 Toulouse, France

Abstract:

Introduction: Existing dietary guidelines do not explicitly or quantitatively take into account food safety considerations.

Objectives: The aim of the present study was to assess whether a nutritionally adequate diet would be compatible with food safety recommendations.

Material and methods: By crossing dietary data from the French national survey (INCA2) and toxicological data from the total diet study (EAT2), we estimated for women the mean intakes of 205 representative food items and mean exposures to 45 contaminants including pesticides, heavy metals, mycotoxins, non-dioxin like PCBs and dioxin-like compounds (DLCs). Non-linear optimization was used to design two modeled diets as close as possible to the observed diet and respecting i) the French Recommended Dietary Allowances (FRDA)(NUT model) or ii) the FRDA and the Toxicity Reference Values (TRV) while not exceeding the observed exposures (NUTOX model).

Results: In the NUT model, the main dietary changes were increases of fruits and vegetables (F&V) (+100%), unrefined starches (+100%) and fish (+66%) quantities and decreases of meat and sweetened products. Exposures exceeding the observed levels, while remaining below the TRV, were noticed for non-dioxin like PCBs and DLCs, cadmium, and few pesticides. F&V, unrefined starches and fish still increased in the NUTOX model although in slightly lower amounts than in the NUT model for F&V.

Conclusion: Our results show that improving nutritional quality tend to fit with the Mediterranean diet and might increase the exposure to toxicants. However, making specific choices within food-groups would allow reaching nutritional adequacy without increasing the contaminant content of the diet.

 

Source : http://www.nutrition-sante.dz/

Original title in French: Importance des laits infantiles pour atteindre les recommandations nutritionnelles: illustration par modélisation des diètes individuelles d’enfants britanniques âgés de 12 à 18 mois. 

Authors:

VIEUX F.1, MAILLOT M.1, BRIEND A.2, HANKARD R.3, BROUZES C.4, LLUCH A.5, Nicole DARMON.6

1MS-Nutrition, Aix-Marseille Université, Marseille.
2Department for International Health, University of Tampere Medical School, Tampere FIN-33014. Finland Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen, Rolighedsvej 30, DK-1958 Frederiksberg, Denmark.
3INSERM- U 1069, Univ. F. Rabelais, Tours, F-37000, France.
4Danone Nutricia Research, Centre Daniel Carasso, RD128, 91767 Palaiseau, France.
5Danone Nutricia Research, Centre Daniel Carasso, RD128, 91767 Palaiseau, France.
6INRA (Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique), UMR 1260 ‘Nutrition, Obesity and Risk of Thrombosis’, Marseille, France. Faculty of Medicine, Aix-Marseille Université, F-13385 Marseille, France

Abstract:

Only available in French.

Source : http://www.nutrition-sante.dz/

12th European Nutrition Conference FENS 2015 from 20 to 23 October 2015 in Berlin, Germany

1 oral presentation:

Authors:

(1) Rozenn Gazan; (2) Tangui Barré; (2) Marlène Perignon; (3) Matthieu Maillot; (4) LouisGeorges Soler; (5) Nicole Darmon; (6) Florent Vieux.

(1) Epidemiology researcher. French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health Safety (ANSES). Observatory of Food Consumption Unit. Risk Assessment Department. France; (2) Public Health scientist. UMR NORT, INRA/INSERM/ AMU. Marseille. France; (3) CEO statistician. MS-Nutrition. Marseille. France.; (4) Economist. ALISS, INRA. Ivry. France; (5) Research director. AgroParisTech – Human Nutrition and Eating Behavior. Paris. France.; (6) Public health Nutritionist. MS-Nutrition. Marseille. France.

Source : http://www.fensberlin2015.org/docs/AbstractPresentations.pdf

6 posters:

Authors:

(1) Florent Vieux; (2) Matthieu Maillot; (3) André Briend; (4) Régis Hankard; (5) Chloé Brouzes; (6) Anne Lluch; (7) Nicole Darmon.

(1) Public health Nutritionist. MS-Nutrition. Marseille. France; (2) CEO statistician. MS-Nutrition. Marseille. France.; (3) Pediatric nutritionist. Department for International Health. Tampere. Finland; (4) Pediatrist. INSERM. Tours. France; (5) Agronomist. Danone Nutricia Research. Palaiseau. France; (6) Senior Nutrition Scientist. Danone Nutricia Research. Palaiseau. France; (7) Research director. AgroParisTech – Human Nutrition and Eating Behavior. Paris. France.

Source : http://www.fensberlin2015.org/docs/AbstractPresentations.pdf

Authors:

(1) Anne Lluch; (2) Matthieu Maillot; (3) Florent Vieux; (4) Fabien Delaere; (5) Sarah Daphné Vaudaine; (6) Nicole Darmon.

(1) Senior Nutrition Scientist. Danone Nutricia Research. Centre Daniel Carasso. Palaiseau. France; (2) CEO statistician. MS-Nutrition. Marseille. France.; (3) MS-Nutrition. Aix-Marseille Université. Marseille. France; (4) Danone Nutricia Research. Centre Daniel Carasso. Palaiseau. France; (5) Medical Doctor – Department of Epidemiology. Toulouse University Hospital, Toulouse. France.; (6) Research director. AgroParisTech – Human Nutrition and Eating Behavior. Paris. France

Source : http://www.fensberlin2015.org/docs/AbstractPresentations.pdf

Authors:

(1) Matthieu Maillot; (2) Florent Vieux; (3) Fabien Delaere; (4) Anne Lluch; (5) Nicole Darmon.

(1) CEO statistician. MS-Nutrition. Marseille. France.; (2) Sustainable diet. MS-Nutrition compagny. Marseille. France; (3) Public health nutrition. Danone Nutritia research. Palaiseau. France; (4) Nutrition Scientist. Danone Nutricia Research. Palaiseau. France; (5) Research director. AgroParisTech – Human Nutrition and Eating Behavior. Paris. France.

Source : http://www.fensberlin2015.org/docs/AbstractPresentations.pdf

Authors:

(1) Tangui Barré; (2) Florent Vieux; (3) Marlène Perignon; (4) Jean-Pierre Cravedi; (3) Marie Josephe Amiot Carlin; (5) Nicole Darmon.

(1) PhD student in nutrition. Nutrition, Obesity and Risk of Thrombosis (INSERM/INRA). Marseille. France; (2) Researcher. MS-Nutrition. Marseille. France; (3) Researcher. Nutrition, Obesity and Thrombotic Risk (INSERM/INRA). Marseille. France; (4) Researcher. Toxalim (INRA). Toulouse. France; (5) Research director. AgroParisTech – Human Nutrition and Eating Behavior. Paris. France.

Source : http://www.fensberlin2015.org/docs/AbstractPresentations.pdf

Authors:

(1) Nicole Darmon; (2) Christophe Dubois; (3) Hind Gaigi; (4) Marlène Perignon; (5) Laurent Muller; (6) Bernard Ruffieux; (7) Matthieu Maillot.

(1) Research director. AgroParisTech – Human Nutrition and Eating Behavior. Paris. France.; (2) Nutritionnist. NORT MRU. Marseille. France; (3) Public health. NORT MRU. Marseille. France; (4) Nutritionnist. Aix-Marseille-Université. Marseille. France; (5) Economist. INRA, GAEL MRU. Grenoble. France; (6) Economist. INP, GAEL. Grenoble. France; (7) CEO statistician. MS-Nutrition. Marseille. France.

Source : http://www.fensberlin2015.org/docs/AbstractPresentations.pdf

Authors:

(1) Axel Gamburzew; (2) Sandrine Raffin; (3) Nicolas Darcel; (4) Daniel Tomé; (5) Matthieu Maillot; (6) Christophe Dubois; (7) Manon Colard; (4) Nicole Darmon.

(1) PhD student. AgroParisTech and LinkUp Agency. Paris. France.; (2) CEO. LinkUp Agency. Paris. France.; (3) Assistant professor. AgroParisTech – Human Nutrition and Eating Behavior. Paris. France.; (4) Research director. AgroParisTech – Human Nutrition and Eating Behavior. Paris. France.; (5) CEO statistician. MS-Nutrition. Marseille. France.; (6) Nutritionist. Aix-Marseille Université – Nutrition Obesity and Thrombotic Risk . Marseille. France.; (7) Sociologist. Aix-Marseille Université – Nutrition Obesity and Thrombotic Risk. Marseille. France.

Source : http://www.fensberlin2015.org/docs/AbstractPresentations.pdf

Liste mise à jour le 29/02/2016

2017

http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ca/CA15118?

 

COST Action FoodMC – Workshop from 22nd to 23th of March 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal.

2016

Journées francophones de la nutrition (JFN) 30th of november – 2nd of december 2016 in Montpellier.
EOS -European Obesity Summit 1st – 4th june 2016 in Gothenburg, Sweden.
EuroFIR Food Forum 2016 4th of April – 8th of April 2016 in Brussells.

2015

Journées francophones de la nutrition (JFN) 9th of decembre – 11th of december 2015 in Marseille.

India

11th International Food Data Conference (IFDC) « Food Composition Data and Public Health Nutrition » 3rd of November – 5th of November 2015 in Hyderabad, India.

2ème Congrès International de la Société Algérienne de Nutrition (SAN) 13th of October – 15th of October 2015 in Alger, Algeria.

12th European Nutrition Conference FENS 20th of october to 23th October 2015 in Berlin, Germany.
Liste mise à jour le 03/01/2017