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Dairy Council

Conference: Nutrition and Health – What’s New?

The Dairy Council held it’s annual conference for nutrition and health professionals on 5th April at W5

‘Nutrition and Health – What’s New?’ focused on new developments in nutrition science and practice, including those in relation to dairy foods, and was chaired by Professor Sean Strain from Ulster University.

Speakers included:

Dr Sabita S Soedamah–Muthu, Wageningen University, The Netherlands - Cardiometabolic health and fermented dairy foods: a review of the evidence

Professor Marie Murphy, Ulster University - Promoting physical activity and reducing sedentary behaviour in young people

Mary Feeney, King’s College London - Early dietary interventions for prevention of food allergy: lessons from peanut allergy

Dr Éadaoin Ní Bhuachalla, University College Cork - Malnutrition in the oncology setting: prevalence, diagnosis and treatment strategies

Dr Eamon Laird, Trinity College Dublin - Dairy and the elderly: evidence to support the policies

Professor Fred Brouns, Maastricht University, The Netherlands - Gluten protein: the good, the bad or just ugly?

Nutrition and health professionals can view the presentations here


Pictured standing L to R: Prof Sean Strain, Mary Feeney, Prof Marie Murphy, Prof Fred Brouns, Dr Éadaoin Ní Bhuachalla

Seated L to R: Dr Carole Lowis, Dr Eamon Laird, Dr Sabita Soedamah–Muthu