Why is this research valuable?
The committee addresses issues related to emerging lipid nutrition science, developing evidence to think differently about the role of dietary lipids in health and disease. In the past this research has focused on assessment of dietary intake, cardiovascular health, and inflammation, the latter of which is thought to relate to multiple disease processes.
Best Practices for the Design, Laboratory Analysis, and Reporting of Trials Involving Fatty Acids
This work was presented at Nutrition 2018 and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Archer Daniels Midland Company
DSM Nutritional Products
The Hershey Company
David Baer, PhD, US Department of Agriculture
Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center
Projects Supported by the Committee:
Specific recommendations are provided to help increase the impact of nutrition research on future dietary guidance, policy, and regulatory issues, particularly in the area of lipids.
Although interesterified fat production is a feasible and economically viable solution for replacing dietary TFAs, outstanding questions must be answered.
The aim of this study is to compare the effects of stearic acid with those of oleic acid on markers of hemostasis.
This study modeled the effects of replacing TFA-containing partially hydrogenated soybean oil (PHSBO) with application-appropriate alternatives on population fatty acid intakes, plasma lipids, and cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk.
ILSI North America is supporting one session at the American Society for Nutrition’s NUTRITION 2019 meeting.
The 4th Australian Lipid Meeting aims to bring together lipid researchers from different fields to discuss their work, current technology, and facilitate cross-disciplinary collaboration.
ILSI North America supported several sessions at ASN’s NUTRITION 2018
13th Congress of the International Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids (ISSFAL)
The CNS Annual Conference is a forum for the presentation of scientific research spanning basic, regulatory/policy, clinical and community nutrition research.
- Lay of the Taste Land – Taste Evolution, Mechanisms, and Functions
Gary Beauchamp, PhD, Monell Chemical Senses Center
- Non-Mechanistic Determinants of the Taste Experience: How Culture, Environment, and Habit Influence Taste
John Hayes, PhD, The Pennsylvania State University
- Sensory Properties of Food and Implications for Food Choice
Chris Simons, PhD, Ohio State University
- Improving the Nutritional Profile of Products While Maintaining Taste: Industry Perspective
Jane Leland, PhD, Consultant
- Modifying Consumer Preference to Improve Dietary Choices
Debra Zellner, PhD, Montclair State University
- What Do We Know About Taste and Food Choice?
Naomi Fukagawa, PhD, USDA ARS Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center
Saturday, June 9th, 2018. Supported by the Scientific Integrity Consortium. ILSI North America is an active member of the Consortium.
- Session Chair
James House, PhD, University of Manitoba
- Best Practices in Nutrition Science to Earn and Keep the Public's Trust
Patrick Stover, PhD, Texas A&M
- Report from the Scientific Integrity Consortium: Principles & Best Practices
Catherine Woteki, PhD, Iowa State University
- Using Risk of Bias Domains to Identify Opportunities for Improvement in Food- and Nutrition-related Research: An Evaluation of Research Type and Design, Year of Publication, and Source of Funding
Esther Myers, PhD, RD, FADA, EF Myers Consulting, Inc. This talk was supported by the ILSI North America Assembly on Scientific Integrity.
Monday, June 11th, 2018. Supported by the ILSI North America Dietary Lipids Committee.
- Overview: The Need for Guidelines and the Process
J. Thomas Brenna, PhD, University of Texas at Austin
- Study Design and Interpretation
Melanie Plourde, PhD, Université de Sherbrooke
- Laboratory Analysis and Reporting
Peter Jones, PhD, University of Manitoba
Tuesday, June 12th, 2018. Supported by the ILSI North America Sodium Committee.
- Introduction and Session Overview
Moderator/Session Chair: Christine Taylor, PhD, FDA (retired)
- Relationship of Sodium and Potassium to Chronic Disease: AHRQ Systematic Review
Janet de Jesus, MS, RD, HHS, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
- Developing Guidance for Inclusion of Chronic Disease Endpoints in DRIs: Implication for Sodium and Potassium
Marian Neuhouser, PhD, RD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
- Overview of FDA Sodium Reduction Guidance
Christine Taylor, PhD, FDA (retired)
- Progress in Sodium Reduction by the Food Industry
Joshua Anthony, PhD, MBA, The Campbell Soup Company
This symposium aims to highlight recent scientific discoveries addressing how availability of distinct nutrients, along with genetic differences in nutrient metabolism capacity, affect the elaborate cellular and molecular processes that take place during brain development, focusing on basic science and clinically-‐relevant scientific advances.
Christopher Lynch, PhD, NIH, Director, Office of Nutrition Research
Chief, Nutrition Research Branch
Development of the Brain During the First 1000 Days of Life:
Lisa Freund, PhD, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute Child Health and Human Development
Iron: A Key Nutrient and a Paradigm of Nutrient-Brain Interactions:
Michael Georgieff, MD, University of Minnesota
The Relation Between Maternal Genotype, Lipid Intake and Metabolism, and Infant and Toddler Cognitive Performance:
Carol Cheatham, PhD, UNC Chapel Hill Nutrition Research Institute
The Impact of Maternal Choline Metabolism on Brain Development:
Steven Zeisel, MD, PhD, UNC Chapel Hill Nutrition Research Institute
This session was supported in part by ILSI North America's Emerging Science Program.
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ILSI North America is supporting one session and two posters at NUTRITION 2019:
Scientific Session: The Many Faces of Personalized NutritionSaturday, June 8th, 2019
8:30am - 11:00am
Nutrition tailored to an individual is evolving into a diverse array of options ranging from one-on-one professional engagement to high tech/high touch. Although nutrigenomics to identify health outcome risk potential that might be modified by diet has received a lot of attention, there are many other high potential approaches available and for which the science and application to the public are successfully advancing.
The purpose of this session is to feature a diversity of options in the personalized nutrition tool box. The many faces to be featured range from high tech personalized nutrigenomics and metabolic measures that help determine likely response to dietary choices, to the rapidly developing future of do-it-yourself tools designed to motivate and track behavioral choices.
Alison Stieber, PhD, RD, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Presentations:Personalized dietary management of obesity based on microbial enterotypes - Video
Mads Hjorth, PhD, University of Copenhagen Multi-nucleotide polymorphisms influence cholesterol response differently to dietary fat - Video not available
Itzel Vazquez-Vidal, PhD, University of Manitoba From diagnostics to monitoring, enabling personalized advice and an entry into personalized nutrition - Video
Claude Aebischer, PhD, DSM Can Artificial Intelligence enable dietary behavior change? - Video
Kim Stitzel, MS, RD, American Heart Association Moderated discussion - Video
Barbara Schneeman, PhD, University of California, Davis
This session is supported by the ILSI North America Dietary Lipids Committee.
Poster Presentations:Diet Quality in Overweight/Obese Women: Higher Protein Intake During Weight Loss Expand Saturday, June 8, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Presenting Author: Anna Ogilvie, Rutgers University
This research is supported by the ILSI North America Protein Committee.Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acid Biomarkers and Sleep Duration: Pooled Analysis from Five Prospective Studies in the Fatty Acids and Outcome Research Consortium (FORCE) Expand Monday, June 10th, 2019
1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Presenting Author: Rachel Murphy, PhD, University of British Columbia
This research is supported by the ILSI North America Dietary Lipids Committee.
Bioactives RIS Group Update:Monday, June 10th, 2019
5:00pm - 6:00pm
The ILSI North America Standing Committee on Bioactive Recommendations, a group of volunteer experts, will update the American Society for Nutrition Bioactives Research Interest Section on its development of a framework for developing bioactive intake recommendations. The framework is intended to provide a globally relevant process and procedure for translating evidence into consumption recommendations for bioactive dietary components that have demonstrated benefits to human health but do not have documented symptoms of deficiency.
Learn more about the ILSI North America Bioactives Committee.
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