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6th International Conference on Sports Nutrition & Fitness, will be organized around the theme “Promoting Nutrition Practices and Enhancing Lifelong Health, Fitness, and Sports Performance”

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Kinesiology is the study of human movement. Adaptation through exercising is a key principle of kinesiology that pertains to advanced health in athletes in addition to health and well-being in clinical populations. Exercise is a simple and hooked up intervention for many movement issues and musculoskeletal conditions due to the neuroplasticity of the mind and the adaptability of the musculoskeletal system. Therapeutic exercise has been shown to improve neuromotor manage and motor competencies in each regular and pathological populations.be a store of vitality and nitrogen amid starvation and sickness and after damage.

 

  • Track 1-1Amino Acid Metabolism in Exercise
  • Track 1-2Temperature Regulation and Fluid and Electrolyte Balance
  • Track 1-3The Overweight Athlete
  • Track 1-4Maintenance of Energy Balance

We've all heard that "Your health will depend on the type of food you eat." But this familiar adage recounts just piece of the story. While adjust sustenance is basic to a legitimate wellness preparing program, it's additionally basic to consider HOW you eat. The imperative focuses to keep into thought are feast recurrence, macronutrient proportions, specificity to athletic targets, and periodizing caloric admission. The correct eating regimen will enhance your vitality levels and enable your body to recoup all the more adequately. Settling on keen decisions about the sort, timing and amount of sustenance to eat would all be able to assume a part in understanding your best.

  • Track 2-1Healthcare Nutrition for Athletes
  • Track 2-2Weight Loss Aids
  • Track 2-3Exercise, Nutrition and Health
  • Track 2-4Sports Specific Nutrition

Physical wellness is a condition of wellbeing and prosperity and, all the more particularly, the capacity to perform parts of games, occupations and day by day exercises. Physical wellness is by and large accomplished through legitimate nourishment, direct vivacious physical exercise, and adequate rest.

 

 

  • Track 3-1Physical Activity, Fitness, and Health
  • Track 3-2 Activity and Personal Health Assessment
  • Track 3-3 Mental and Cognitive Health
  • Track 3-4Activity Improves Cognitive Health 
  • Track 3-5Activity Reduces Anxiety and Depression

Our mind and body perform at peak levels and recover quickly when they are balanced, low-stress, flexible, intuitive, responsive, and energetic. In Ayurveda, performance strategy goes beyond aerobics, muscle toning or a sole focus on isolated symptoms.To accomplish these goals, Ayurveda offers many options. Each has its own power to change and sustain a higher level of mind-body performance. The extent to which one can adopt these strategies will vary depending on each individual, but adopting one is good the effects and results are cumulative, and all are easy to integrate into our lifestyles. These performance-oriented options include changes in diet and routine; using stress-reduction practices like yoga, exercise and meditation; a variety of traditional Ayurveda herbals; and many other tools that support high performance for athletes and everyone else. They all have a cumulative, positive effect on performance.

  • Track 4-1Efficacy of Plant extracts in Osteoarthritis
  • Track 4-2Chinese Herbal Medicine for Osteoporosis
  • Track 4-3Iranian Herbal Drug Therapies
  • Track 4-4Influence of food over mind and emotions

Eating Disorder is mainly characterized by abnormal way of eating which negatively affect a person’s mental and physical health. This mental illness has six broad types which include binge eating disorder, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, rumination disorder, restrictive food intake disorder and other specified feeding or eating disorders. This Psychiatric Disorder influence body weight of a person. Anorexia nervosa is relatively common among young women with a risk-group of 15–19 year old girls. Almost 50% of people with eating disorders meet the criteria for depression. Both genetic and environmental factor plays a role in case of Eating Disorder. Treatment includes Counseling, proper diet and medication.

  • Track 5-1Childhood Obesity
  • Track 5-2Alcohol and athletics
  • Track 5-3Childhood Nutrition
  • Track 5-4Female Vegetarians and Amenorrhea

Dietary modifications in gastrointestinal tract disorder are designed to alleviate symptoms, correct nutrient deficiencies, and, when possible, address the primary cause of difficulty. In disease, assessment of the nature and severity of the primary gastrointestinal problem precedes targeted medical, nutrition, and other forms of therapy. Increased intakes of energy, protein, vitaminsminerals, and electrolytes are frequently required to replace nutrients lost as a result of impaired digestive and absorptive capacity. Consistency, meal frequency, and other characteristics of the diet may be altered to fit the patient’s needs. Medical nutrition therapy (MNT) for all patients with diseases of the intestines must be individualized. The primary emphasis in dietary management isthe reduction of carbohydrate foods that are likely to be malabsorbed and fermented, including legumes, soluble fiber, resistant starches, and simple sugars such as fructose and alcohol sugars.

  • Track 6-1Functions of the Gastrointestinal Tract
  • Track 6-2Dietary Modifications – High Fibre Diet
  • Track 6-3Aggressive and Protective Factors for Gastro duodenal Mucosa
  • Track 6-4Meaning of the Terms Peptic, Gastric and Duodenal Ulcer

Yoga is the practice of attaining physical and mental health through meditation and physical exercise. Sports and Yoga exercise combines the principles and practices of yoga with exercise to achieve our desired outcomes. In a recent research study, the largest of its kind to date, Yoga proves to be more effective than traditional exercise science or an educational booklet for patients with chronic low back pain. Sports and Yoga With a specific end goal to see how Yoga can profit proficient games people, it is important to investigate what is required to play a game and play it well. It is all around recognized that to play any game, regardless of whether it be tennis, volleyball, surfing, swimming or running, we should build up the essential abilities and ceaselessly prepare the body so we can apply the aptitude in a refined and cleaned way. 

  • Track 7-1Prenatal yoga
  • Track 7-2Geriatric Physical Therapy Exercises
  • Track 7-3Neurological physical therapy
  • Track 7-4Kripalu yoga

During the past 20 years there have been great developments in the scientific understanding of the role of nutrition in health and physical performance. Epidemiological and physiological studies have provided evidence that certain forms of dietary behavior may be linked with an increased risk of developing disorders such as high blood pressure, coronary artery disease and some cancers. This has resulted in dietary recommendations that are intended to reduce the incidence of these disorders in the community. The science of alimentation in cognation to sports performance has progressed from empirical studies investigating the effects of dietary manipulations, such as restriction and supplementation, to the direct investigation of the physiological substratum of the categorical alimental authoritative ordinances of hard physical exercise. This review is based on the premise that it is "what comes out' rather than "what goes in', which provides the clues to ideal nutrition for athletic performance. Various aspects of the physical demands of athletic exercise are viewed as stresses that induce specific biochemical, and hence nutritional, strains in the athlete.

  • Track 8-1overtraining syndrome
  • Track 8-2Flexibility and muscle activation
  • Track 8-3Acceleration and deceleration techniques
  • Track 8-4Muscular Strength and Endurance

A joint is where two or additional bones close, just like the knee, hip, elbow, or shoulder. Joints will be broken by many sorts of injuries or diseases, including

Arthritis - inflammation of a joint. It causes pain, stiffness, and swelling. Over time, the joint will become severely broken.

Bursitis - inflammation of a fluid-filled sac that cushions the joint

Treatment of joint issues depends on the cause. If you have got a sports injury, treatment usually begins with the RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation) technique to alleviate pain, scale back swelling, and speed healing. Different potential treatments embody pain relievers, keeping the eviscerate space from moving, rehabilitation, and typically surgery. 

  • Track 9-1Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis
  • Track 9-2ACL injuries and treatments

Individuals need to change what and how to eat in their 50s, 60s, and past! They require fewer calories consistently. They move around less, they have less muscle, and the metabolic rate goes down. The test while eating less generally speaking is to eat more supplement rich sustenance, for example, organic products, vegetables, entire grains, nuts, beans, angle, low-fat dairy items, and lean cuts of meat. As they age, their body needs a similar measure of protein, vitamins, and minerals and, in a few occasions, significantly more supplements. As they age, their body needs the same amount of protein, vitamins, and minerals and, in some instances, even more nutrients.

  • Track 10-1Food and Health in young athletes
  • Track 10-2Nutrition for Older Athletes
  • Track 10-3Pediatric Sports Nutrition
  • Track 10-4Women, weight and menopause

A dietary supplement is a product expected for ingestion that contains a "dietary fixing" planned to increase the value of (supplement) the eating routine. A "dietary fixing" might be one, or any mix, of the accompanying substances. It is proved that dietary supplements intake has predominantly increased beneficial effects on human health. A Dietary Supplement is planned to give supplements that may somehow not be expended in adequate amounts. Supplements as for the most part comprehended incorporate vitamins, minerals, fiber, unsaturated fats, or amino acids, among different substances.

 

  • Track 11-1Herbal Supplements
  • Track 11-2Slimming Supplements
  • Track 11-3Nutritional Supplements and Sports Nutrition
  • Track 11-4Supplements as health insaurance

Sports Psychology represents considerable authority in expanding a competitor's execution through showing methods like representation, fixation and inspiration to conquer mind hindrances, adapt to wounds or manage substance manhandle. Sports psychiatrist can perform the greater part of indistinguishable capacities from a games analyst, yet a specialist ordinarily works in the restorative parts of a competitor's execution issues. In this day and age of specialization, a games therapist frequently functions as a component of a group of pros that serve a similar competitor, a group that may incorporate a neurologist, analyst, masseuse, physical advisor, coach, and so on.

  • Track 12-1Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology
  • Track 12-2Clinical Sport Psychology
  • Track 12-3Consumer Behavior in Sport
  • Track 12-4Sports Concussion

Macronutrients and Micronutrients are essential since they make the body work. The macronutrients are sugars, proteins, and fats, which are required in huge amounts, which is the reason they are called macronutrients. Micronutrients are vitamins and minerals, which are just required in little amounts, which is the reason they are called micronutrients. Each macronutrient and micronutrient has their own particular reason, and all cooperate to enable the body to work and develop appropriately.

Carbohydrates: Carbohydrates are one of the most paramount nutrients needed in an athlete’s diet. Carbohydrates are vital to avail reach peak performance during physical activity because they provide.

Protein enables repair and keep up to body tissues that normally separate in day by day way of life. Studies have demonstrated that high-protein diets are better for fat misfortune and building bulk and help in making you feel fuller for more. Truth is told you can expect these positive reactions of a high Protein slim down even while keeping up your Carbohydrate and Fat admission which should not shock anyone to you at this point. Luckily, most grown-ups in the United States get enough protein to meet their everyday needs.

  • Track 13-1Vitamins and Minerals
  • Track 13-2organic compounds
  • Track 13-3Sports Supplements
  • Track 13-4Protein 

Nutritional Immunology investigates the role of dietary components and their interactions with other environmental factors and genes in age-associated changes of the immune and inflammatory responses. Methods are being developed to use the immune response as a biologically meaningful index in determining specific dietary requirements. The laboratory uses a translational approach to: 1) Study cellular and molecular mechanisms of age and nutrition-induced changes in immune and inflammatory responses. 2) Determine the efficacy of food components including total calories, lipids, micronutrients such as vitamin E, and zinc, as well as flavonoids such as those in green tea and wolfberry, and pre and pro-bionics on improving the immune function and/or dampening the inflammatory responses using cell culture, animal models and clinical trials. 3) Determine the efficacy of food components such as micronutrients and phytochemicals in the prevention of infectious, autoimmune and chronic diseases in animal models, clinical trials and observational studies in U.S. and less developed countries. 4) Determine the life-long impact of obesity and reducing caloric intake on immune response and resistance to infection. 5) Investigate the impact of nutrition during fetal life on long-life resistance to immune and inflammatory diseases.

  • Track 14-1Bio active Nutrients
  • Track 14-2Cutting edge research in nutritional immunology
  • Track 14-3Early life nutritional influences on the immune system
  • Track 14-4Maternal and Infant Nutrition
  • Track 14-5Dietary Metabolics
  • Track 14-6Public Health Nutrition

Protein is essential for magnification and the building of incipient tissue as well as the rehabilitation of broken down tissue—like what transpires when you work out. When you auricularly discern the term "positive nitrogen balance," it refers to being in a state of having enough protein available for the desiderata of the body and the desiderata of building muscle.

Protein consists of amino acids, conventionally referred to as the "building blocks of protein." There are approximately 20 amino acids, nine of which are considered essential because the body cannot make them, they must be supplied by the diet. The US Aliment and Alimentation Board adolescent adult daily RDA is 56 gms per day for men and 46 gma per day for women. Magnification, gravidity, lactation and exercise increase the ordinant dictation for protein. The FNB acceptable macronutrient range is 10% to 35%.    

 

  • Track 15-1Dairy snacks for sports
  • Track 15-2Value added Poultry meat in Protein Nutrition
  • Track 15-3Whey Protein

Musculoskeletal scatters (MSDs) are wounds or torment in the human musculoskeletal framework, including the joints, tendons, muscles, nerves, ligaments, and structures that help appendages, neck and back. MSDs can emerge from a sudden effort (e.g., lifting an overwhelming item), or they can emerge from making similar movements more than once tedious strain, or from rehashed introduction to power, vibration, or cumbersome posture. Injuries and agony in the musculoskeletal framework caused by intense horrendous mishaps like an auto crash or fall are not viewed as musculoskeletal disorders. MSDs can influence a wide range of parts of the body including upper and lower back, neck, shoulders and furthest points (arms, legs, feet, and hands).Examples of MSDs incorporate carpal passage disorder, epicondylitis, tendinitis, back torment, pressure neck disorder, and hand-arm vibration syndrome.

  • Track 16-1Thoracic Outlet Compression
  • Track 16-2Tension Neck Syndrome
  • Track 16-3Muscle / Tendon strain
  • Track 16-4Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Track 16-5Digital Neuritis

Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R), otherwise called physiatry or recovery drug, means to improve and reestablish functional capacity and personal satisfaction to those with physical obstacle or handicaps influencing the cerebrum, spinal line, nerves, bones, joints, tendons, muscles, and ligaments. A doctor having finished preparing in this field is alluded to as a physiatrist. Not at all like other medicinal fortes that emphasis on a therapeutic "cure," are the objectives of the physiatrist to augment patients' freedom in exercises of day by day living and enhance personal satisfaction.

  • Track 17-1Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Track 17-2Rheumatological rehabilitation
  • Track 17-3Neuromuscular Medicine
  • Track 17-4Spinal Cord Injury Medicine
  • Track 17-5Obesity and other lifestyle disease modifications

Foot, ankle, hip, knee, shoulder & neck injuries Sports injuries are injuries that happen when playing sports or exercising. Some are from accidents. Others can result from poor training practices or improper gear. The most common sports injuries are sprains, strains, foot, ankle, hip, knee, shoulder & neck. There are two kinds of sports injuries: acute and chronic. Acute injuries occur suddenly when playing or exercising and the reason for the chronic injury could also be the same but the severity is more. We have many injury cause symposiums and workshop. Emergency sports medicines a physician with special knowledge in sports medicine is responsible for continuous care in the field of sports medicine. These medicines are very much important for the athlete. Sports medicine is a subspecialty of emergency medicine, family practice, internal medicine, or pediatrics. Surgical and non-surgical treatments Non-Surgical Treatment Options: Surgery is not the appropriate or preferred treatment for some of the injuries. Physical therapy and non-surgical options can often get you back to a healthy, active lifestyle. Surgical Options:  Surgery is required for few chronic sports injuries like more complex spinal procedures and total joint replacements.

  • Track 18-1Knee Injuries and Treatments
  • Track 18-2Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary injury Prevention
  • Track 18-3Foot and Ankle Injuries & Treatments
  • Track 18-4Sports-Related Emotional Stress
  • Track 18-5Female Athlete Triad
  • Track 18-6Knee injury: Patellofemoral syndrome

Cardiorespiratory wellness is a measure of how well your body can transport oxygen to your muscles amid delayed exercise, and furthermore of how well your muscles can assimilate and utilize the oxygen, once it has been conveyed, to create adenosine triphosphate (ATP) vitality by means of cell breath (cell breath is a compound procedure in your body's cells that changes over the vitality put away in the sustenance you eat into the ATP type of vitality that is enrolled for use by your muscles). Basically, your cardiorespiratory wellness level is a measure of the quality of your high-impact vitality framework.

  • Track 19-1Aerobic exercise and obesity
  • Track 19-2Neurobiological effects of physical exercise
  • Track 19-3Aerobic versus anaerobic exercise
  • Track 19-4Aerobic capacity
  • Track 19-5High-intensity interval training

Sports epidemiology is the characterization of injury occurrence, the identification of risk factors and the strength of effect of those factors, as well as potentially protective factors related to the development and evaluation of injury prevention strategies and programs. Injuries can occur in every environment from homes to the workplace, recreational settings including sports settings, and to transportation settings between these environments. Many injury interventions are already in place (e.g., transportation requirements such as setting speed limits, safe automobile design, seatbelt and other safety restraint use, helmet and protective equipment use, workplace safety program implementation, and ergonomic design) and have achieved significant public health improvements including reduction of injury occurrence.

  • Track 20-1Modern era of Sports Epidemiology
  • Track 20-2Epidemiology of injury in child and adolescent sports
  • Track 20-3Using Epidemiology to Evaluate Health Services
  • Track 20-4Ethical and Professional Issues in sports Epidemiology
  • Track 20-5sports Epidemiology and Public Policy

Hematology is the science or study of blood, blood-forming organs and blood diseases. The medical aspect of hematology is concerned with the treatment of blood disorders and malignancies, including types of hemophilia, leukemia, lymphoma and sickle-cell anemia. Hematology is a branch of internal medicine that deals with the physiology, pathology, etiology, diagnosis, treatment, prognosis and prevention of blood-related disorders. Hematologists also focus on lymphatic organs and bone marrow and may diagnose blood count irregularities or platelet irregularities. They are able to treat organs that are fed by blood cells, including the lymph nodes, spleen, thymus and lymphoid tissue. While the pivotal part of hemoglobin in high-impact practice has been very much acknowledged, there is still a lot of contention about the ideal hematological parameters in the athletic populace. The underlying piece of this survey will look at the subject of paleness in competitors. The most widely recognized finding in competitors is a dilutional pseudoanaemia that is caused by a plasma volume development, instead of a genuine blood misfortune. It is not an obsessive state and standardizes with preparing suspension in 3 to 5 days. This element ought to be recognized from conditions related with brought down blood checks, for example, intravascular hemolysis or iron lack pallor.

  • Track 21-1Platelets and Thrombocytopenia
  • Track 21-2Polymorphism and Hematopoiesis
  • Track 21-3Different Types of Anemia
  • Track 21-4Complete Blood Count and Polycythemia
  • Track 21-5Efficacy of Plant extracts in Osteoarthritis

Consuming a healthy diet throughout the life course helps stop deficiency disease altogether its forms in addition as a variety of noncontagious diseases and conditions. However the multiplied production of processed food, fast urbanization and dynamic lifestyles have junction rectifier to a shift in dietary patterns. Folks are currently overwhelming a lot of foods high in energy, fats, free sugars or salt/sodium, and lots of don't eat enough fruit, vegetables and dietary fiber like whole grains. The exact make-up of a heterogeneous, balanced and healthy diet can vary counting on individual desires (e.g. age, gender, lifestyle, degree of physical activity), cultural context, regionally out there foods and dietary customs. However basic principles of what represent a healthy diet stay identical.

  • Track 22-1Daily Caloric Needs
  • Track 22-2Augumentation of performance capacity with low glycogen stores
  • Track 22-3Dietary Fats
  • Track 22-4Starchy food in diet