Monday, 9 April 2018

Accepted Abstracts - WDEC 2018

Obesity | Physical Activity and Rehabilitation | Diet Managements | Nutrition Development and Research

When it comes to Diabetes, Our all parts of the body will have a antagonists activity with respect to  related Diseases and Complications.
The main problem that we want to overcome is Obesity. It can easily be tackled by maintaining the proper nutrition Food and Diet. In addition to this, the Physical activity related to weight reducing process will give a hike to this management. So, To show and demonstrate the potential information about the medical field Diabetes and Endocrinology, we are conducting a meeting which is going to be held in Rome on Aug 22-23, 2018.

Find the Accepted Abstracts under our main sessions which are follows,
1. Obesity
2. Physical Activity and Rehabilitation
3. Diet Managements
4. Nutrition Development and Research

Name : Kishor Mazumder

Affiliation: Jessore University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh

Abstract: Antidiabetic and Organ Protective Potential of hydroalcoholic extracts of Australian Lupin Cultivars of Unprocessed and Processed Seed Flours: In vitro, In vivo and In silico Approaches

Australia is the largest producer of Lupin specially sweet lupin (Lupinus angustifolius) in the world, typically producing 0.75 million tonnes per year. Due to its unique nutritional value and chemical composition, Australian sweet white lupin is attracting worldwide attention as a new and healthy ‘Super Food’. The general aim of this research is to estimate the antidiabetic potential of the Australian Lupin cultivars for processed and unprocessed flours through in vitro, in vivo and in silico bioassays with aims to determine in vitro enzyme inhibitions ( alpha amylase and alpha glucosidase), evaluate in vivo hypoglycemic and organ protective activities through biochemical and histopathlogical studies, in silico evaluation of mechanism of action of the selected metabolites of different cultivars isolated by LC-QTOF-MS/MS by exploring the α-amylase, α-glucosidase and DDP-4 inhibition activities through molecular docking analysis and ADME/T property studies also performed to measure the safety of the selected compound as drug of both processed and unprocessed lupin seed flour extracts of 9 cultivars . From In vitro, in vivo and more

Name : Saeko Imai

Affiliation: Professor, Kyoto Women's University

Abstract: The New Dietary Approach for Patients with Diabetes: How and When to Eat

Reducing the postprandial glucose level is important to decrease the risk of cardiovascular diseases even before onset of diabetes. we reported that the glucose excursions was significantly lower when the subjects ate vegetable before carbohydrate compared to the reverse regimen in both individuals with and without diabetes. In this study we explored the acute effect of the late-night-dinner and the divided-dinner on postprandial glucose levels in people with and without type 2 diabetes. Methods: Sixteen patients with type 2 diabetes and 14 healthy women were randomly assigned to this crossover study. Each participant wore a continuous glucose monitor for 5 days and consumed identical test meals from the second to the fourth day at home. Each participant consumed the test meals of breakfast at 08:00h, lunch at 13:00, and the half of the participants for more 

Name : Marija Glisic

Affiliation: Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Abstract : Association between phytoestrogens, glucose homeostasis and risk of diabetes in women: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Phytoestrogens might have advantageous effects on diabetes in women. We performed a systematic review and meta-analysis to determine the effect of phytoestrogens on glucose homeostasis and risk of type 2 diabetes (T2D) among women. Randomized clinical trials (RCT) and prospective observational studies that assessed associations of phytoestrogens (supplementation, dietary intake or biomarkers) with fasting glucose or insulin, homeostatic model assessment of insulin resistance (HOMA-IR), or with risk of T2D were included. We identified 18 RCTs (n=1,687 individuals) investigating the effect of phytoestrogen supplementation on glucose homeostasis, and 9 prospective population-based studies (n=212,796 individuals) examining the association between phytoestrogen intake and risk of T2D. As compared to placebo, phytoestrogen supplementation resulted in improvements in fasting glucose and HOMA-IR, the pooled mean differences of changes were –0.12 mmol/L (95% CI -0.20 to -0.03) and -0.24 microU/mol/L (95%CI: -0.45 to -0.03) respectively. While there was no significant decrease in insulin levels with overall phytoestrogen supplementation, pooled mean difference of changes and more