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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

2011

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING **Program subject to change - Version March 4, 2011**

GUELPH June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph Guelph, Ontario

Watch the CNS website for news about CSN-SCN 2011: www.cns-scn.ca


(7:00am-8:30am)

10:00pm

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7:00pm

6:00pm

5:00pm

4:00pm

3:00pm

2:00pm

1:00pm

March 2011

(6:30pm-10pm)

Janis Randall Simpson

Chrs: Drs David Ma/

Speaker - Dr. Paul Pencharz

& Dinner

Jeejeebhoy Lecture

in the ICU: The Clock is Ticking

A Shake-Down For Change

12:00pm

Nutrition Therapy

Chr: Dr Daren Heyland

(10:45-12:15pm)

(10:45-12:15pm)

Claude Roy Symposium -

Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: The 21st Century Challenge for

Lunch Buffet 12:15pm-1:30pm

(10:45-12:15pm)

Chr: Dr Heather Keller

Malnutrition Study

CMTF: Results of Phase I

Break 10:15am-10:45am Viewing Posterboards & Exhibit Tables

Primary Prevention of Cardiometabolic Diseases Chr: Dr Jean-Luc Ardilouze (8:45-10:15am)

Chr: Dr Benoit Lamarche

Young Investigator Award

Chrs: Drs Dan Ramdath/ Harvey Anderson (3:30-5pm)

What is the Contribution of

Chr:Dr Pauline Darling

(5pm-5:45pm)

(7:30pm - 9pm)

CafĂŠ Scientifique - Vitamin D: Do We Really Need More?

Public Forum - Open to All

(5:45pm - 7pm)

View Posterboards

Wine & Cheese Reception with Exhibitors

Symposium for Student Members

to International Nutrition for Development? Chr: Dr Helene Delisle (3:30-5pm)

Canadian Academic Institutions

CNS Annual General Meeting

(3:30-5pm)

PhD Dissertation Award

Competition Cont'd/

Break: 3pm-3:30pm Viewing Posterboards & Exhibit Tables

An Update

Health Claims in Canada:

(1:30-3pm)

Chr: Dr Peter Jones

Chr: Dr Guylaine Ferland (1:30-3pm)

Public Perceptions & Misconceptions

& Trainee Competition

Nestle Graduate Student

(1:30-3pm)

Chr: Dr Hassan Vatanparast

of Immigrants

(6:00pm - 9:30pm)

CNS Reception & Awards Banquet

(3:30-5pm)

Chr: Ms Krista Esslinger

Role of Exercise in Adipose Tissue & Skeletal

Round Table Clinics

(10:45-12:15pm)

Chr: Dr Phil Sherman

CIHR Grant Writing Workshop

Chr: Dr Lindsay Robinson

Muscle Metabolic Response

Canadian Obesity Researchers Chr: Dr Paula Brauer (1:30-3pm)

Obesity Epidemic - Perspectives of

Role of Nutrition/Diet in Addressing the

Plenary: Vitamin D & Calcium - Updated DRIs and Implications for Canada

Break: 3pm-3:30pm Viewing Posterboards & Exhibit Tables

Trials Matter? Chr:Dr Susan Whiting (1:30-3pm)

Do Only Randomized Controlled

Evidence-Based Nutrition:

Oral Presentations Nutrition & Health Status

(10:45-12:15pm)

Chr: Dr Walid Aldoori

Mental Disorders

Micronutrients &

(8:45-10:15am)

Chr: Dr. Manjula Gowrishankar

Obesity: Pediatrics to Geriatrics

View Posterboards & Exhibit Tables Plant Sterols and Health:

Round Table Clinics

(10:45-12:15pm)

Chrs: Drs Angela Devlin/Tim Green

Health & Disease

Methyl Nutrients in

(8:45-10:15am)

Chr: Dr Ming Fan

Soluble Fibre and Starch

Oral Presentations

Metabolic Syndrome

(1:30-3pm)

Health Implications of Dietary

View Posterboards & Exhibit Tables

Lunch Buffet 12:15pm-1:30pm

Chr: Ms Rupinder Dhaliwal

Chr: Ms Francy Pillo-Blocka

Break 10:15am - 10:45am Viewing Posterboards & Exhibit Tables

(8:45-10:15am)

CNS/CCFN Symp: Consumers & Sodium

in the Critical Care Patient: Nutritional & Rehabilitation Strategies

Chr: Dr Maya Villeneuve

Preserving Lean Tissue

Canadian Food Supply

Sodium Reductions in

Nutrient Intakes & Health Parameters Chr: Dr Loretta DiFrancesco (7:00am-8:30am)

Saturday, June 4th Breakfast Plenary: Contribution of Breakfast Cereals to

Friday, June 3rd Breakfast Plenary -Food for Health Chrs: Drs. David Ma/Janis Randall Simpson

10:00am

Opening Ceremony

Thursday, June 2nd

11:00am

9:00am

8:00am

7:00am

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM AT A GLANCE


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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

The Canadian Nutrition Society/Société canadienne de nutrition (CNS-SCN) is the leading society integrating disciplines and professions interested in nutrition. We promote nutrition in the maintenance of health and in prevention and treatment of disease. CNS ADVISORY COUNCIL EXECUTIVE President - Dr. Leah Gramlich

COUNCILLORS Dr. Johane Allard

President Elect - Dr. Katherine Gray-Donald

Dr. Steve Brooks

VP – Health Professionals - Dr. Maitreyi Raman

Dr. John Drover

VP – Research - Dr. Robert Bertolo

Dr. Donald Duerksen

Treasurer - Dr. Janis Randall Simpson

Dr. Alison Duncan

Secretary - Dr. Lindsay Robinson

Dr. Terry Graham

Awards Chair - Dr. Guylaine Ferland

Dr. Jim House

Ethics Chair - Ms. Joanne Penson-Boucher

Dr. Cyril Kendall

Membership Co-Chair - Dr. Pauline Darling

Dr. Mary L’Abbe

Membership Co-Chair - Ms. Lesley Moisey

Dr. Debbie O’Connor

Communications Co-Chair - Dr. David Ma

Dr. Gord Zello

Communications Co-Chair - Ms. Janet Stadnyk

Ms. Flora Wang

CMTF Chair - Dr. Heather Keller

Dr. Tom Clandinin (Ex-Officio)

Publications Chair - Dr. Debbie O'Connor

Dr. Peter Fischer (Ex-Officio) Dr. Khush Jeejeebhoy (Ex-Officio) Dr. Peter Jones (Ex-Officio) Dr. Claude Roy (Ex-Officio)

Photo Credit: Edmonton Tourism

2011 ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE

Dr. David Ma - Annual Meeting Co-Chair

Dr. Katherine Gray-Donald

Dr. Janis Randall Simpson - Annual Meeting Co-Chair

Dr. Tim Green

Ms. Cathy Alberda

Dr. Sheila Innis

Dr. Robert Bertolo

Ms. Mary-Jo Makarchuk

Dr. Angela Devlin

Dr. Kelly Meckling

Dr. Alison Duncan

Dr. Maitreyi Raman

Dr. Guylaine Ferland

Dr. Lindsay Robinson

Dr. Leah Gramlich

Ms. Justine Tishinsky

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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Welcome to Guelph!

Education on the Guelph campus has a long tradition, beginning over one hundred years ago when the Ontario government purchased a five hundred acre farm from Frederick William Stone for its new School of Agriculture. In this promising location, the Ontario School of Agriculture opened its doors on May 1, 1874. On May 8, 1964 the University of Guelph Act was passed by the Ontario legislature, bringing these three full-fledged colleges together as a single institution. In October 1964, the Senate of the University of Guelph created Wellington College which offered degree programs in arts and sciences. Five years later, the college's three departments were divided into three new colleges: the College of Arts, the College of Physical Science and the College Social Science. The Macdonald Institute formally became the College of Family and Consumer Studies at this time as well. Guelph is considered one of the first planned towns in Canada and was chosen as the headquarters of a British development firm known as the "Canada Company". The location was picked by the Company's Superintendent in Canada, a popular Scottish novelist named John Galt. Galt chose the name "Guelph" for the new town because it was one of the family names of the British royal family, and it had apparently never been used as a place name before. Hence the current use of the term "The Royal City" for Guelph. Guelph Tourism: www.visitguelphwellington.ca Population:

Guelph has a population of approximately 114,943.

Climate:

The weather and climate of Guelph is moderate in both summer and winter with no considerable extremes in either temperature or the type of weather that might be associated with locations that are in close proximity to a landmass such as a body of water or a mountain range. Summers are warm with an average temperature of 23ยบC/73ยบF (high) and 12ยบC/54ยบF (low).

Time Zone:

Guelph is in the Eastern Time Zone, 3 hours ahead of Pacific Time, 2 hours ahead of Mountain Time, 1 hour ahead of Central Time, and 1 hour behind Atlantic Time.

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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

University of Guelph Map University of Guelph 50 Stone Road East Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1 Tel: (519) 824-4120

Creelman Hall

Rozanski Hall University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

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Creelman Hall [Opening Lecture, Breakfast Plenary, Banquet]

= Visitor Parking lots available to Conference delegates

Rozanski Hall [Registration, Session Rooms, Committee Meetings] University Centre - Peter Clark Hall [Exhibits, Posterboards, Coffee Breaks, Lunch]

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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Hotel Accommodation

Delta Hotel Guelph and Conference Centre 50 Stone Road West Guelph Ontario, N1G 0A9 Located in the University of Guelph Research Park, Delta Guelph is the city's premier hotel, built to meet the exacting needs of business travelers while offering leisure guests and families every modern comfort. Delta Guelph offers large banquet and conference facilities, true extended-stay guest suites for relocation, superb local dining at Fifty West, and Guelph's sunniest outdoor patio bar. With convenient access to the University of Guelph, OMAFRA, Linamar, The Co-operators and Stone Road Mall, our 148 guest rooms and extended-stay suites surround you with elegance and luxury. [Please refer to page 26 for Hotel reservation form and details]

Hotel Information Rates: Single or Double $135 [Book early, rates cannot be guaranteed after April 29, 2011, and availability is subject to change.] Property Highlights: • Featuring the Delta “Sanctuary Bed” with luxurious pillow top mattress, white stripped bedding, plush duvet, large working desk and ergonomic chair, bathroom with private pocket door to shower area. • Stylishly decorated and complimented with several large windows that are able to open and complimentary wired high speed internet. • Fifty West Restaurant – featuring local and International cuisine (open for breakfast, lunch and dinner) • Room service • Complimentary access to fitness room • Pool offside (complimentary) To make reservations visit: www.destinationplus.ca/cns.asp

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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Travel & Transportation Info AIR TRAVEL The CNS has negotiated discounted rates for travel. Visit the Vision 2000 Travel Group at http://www.vision2000.ca/accts/cnsguelph11/ and speak to one of the Team CNS Guelph 11 Consultants for assistance, reference code CNS Guelph 11.

GROUND TRANSPORTATION Guelph, centrally located in Southwestern Ontario, is approximately 45 minutes from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ). The CNS has negotiated discounted rates for ground transporation to and from the Toronto Pearson International Airport and the Delta Hotel Guelph and Conference Centre. Please see information below.

Special Rates for multiple delegates arriving together Call for Rates!

530 Elizabeth Street, Guelph, ON N1E 6C3 Phone: (519) 824-9344 • Fax (519) 824-1701 www.redcarservice.com

Airport Shuttle for CNS Conference Delegates * Book Online for Discounted Rates *

Your online booking will include a $15.00 pre-tax discount per direction from our current shared-ride rates. If you are travelling with a colleague, book your Red Car Shuttle together to achieve the lowest possible group rate. Go to the Red Car home page at www.redcarservice.com. Click on the icon CONFERENCE DELEGATES. When you are prompted, enter the password: cns2011 A copy of your reservation details will be e-mailed to your inbox. Red Car Service will send you a formal confirmation of your booking within 12 hours, including your checkin location at the airport. You are not considered booked until you have received a confirmation form with confirmation numbers.

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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Thursday, June 2, 2011 | 2:00 pm

Rozanski Concourse

Registration Opens at 2:00 pm

Thursday, June 2, 2011 | 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Creelman Hall

ANNUAL MEETING WELCOME Dr. Leah Gramlich Dr. David Ma Dr. Janis Randall Simpson

CNS President CNS Annual Meeting Co-Chair CNS Annual Meeting Co-Chair

OPENING CEREMONY [Complimentary to Full Conference Delegates - Pre-registration is Required]

Welcome to the 2011 CNS Annual Meeting! Timetable: 6:30 pm – Reception 7:00 pm – Dinner 7:40 pm – Lecture

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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Thursday, June 2, 2011 | 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Creelman Hall

The Khursheed Jeejeebhoy Lecture & Dinner University of Guelph 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Including a Buffet Dinner! CHAIRS: Dr. David Ma, PhD Dr. Janis Randall Simpson, RD, PhD

Join us for an informal reception and dinner on the patio before we honour this year's recipient of the Khursheed Jeejeebhoy Award. Dinner will be followed by a plenary lecture given by this year's award recipient, Dr. Paul Pencharz.

Protein and Amino Acid Requirements Across the Lifecycle and in Health and Disease Speaker: Dr. Paul Pencharz, MB, ChB, PhD, FRCP(C)

Sponsored by

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Dr. Paul Pencharz, MB, ChB, PhD, FRCP(C)


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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 7:00 am – 8:30 am

Creelman Hall

Breakfast Plenary: Food for Health 2 CO-CHAIR: Dr. David Ma, PhD

CO-CHAIR: Dr. Janis Randall Simpson, RD, PhD

University of Guelph Department of Human Health & Nutritional Sciences Guelph, ON

University of Guelph Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition Guelph, ON

Join us for the welcome breakfast! Food for Health is a growing area of interest which will play an important role in coming years for the prevention, treatment and management of major chronic diseases. Highlighted at the breakfast are examples of value added foods, many of which were developed in part at the University of Guelph. Please join us for a hearty breakfast to kick off the start of this exciting conference.

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 8:45 am – 10:15 am

Breakfast starts at 7:00 am! ~ Presentation begins promptly at 7:45 am!

Rozanski 101

CONCURRENT SESSION: 3 Sodium Reductions in Canadian Food Supply CHAIR:

Ms. Maya Villeneuve, RD Health Canada Ottawa, ON This session will overview efforts for moving the food industry, restaurant and foodservices sectors to reduce sodium levels in foods prepared and sold in Canada.

SPEAKERS: • Health Canada’s Process in Setting Sodium Reduction Targets for the Food Manufacturing Sector Ms. Charmaine Kuran Health Canada Ottawa, ON

• Efforts to Reformulate Menu Offerings in the Restaurant and Food Service Sectors in Attempt to Make Healthier Choices an Easy Choice Ms. Katie Jessop, RD Heart & Stroke Foundation Toronto, ON

• How Sodium Reduction Can Be Incorporated Into Procurement and Menu Planning in Food Service at the Institutional Level Speaker TBA

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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 8:45 am – 10:15 am

Rozanski 103

CONCURRENT SESSION: 4 Preserving Lean Tissue in the Critical Care Patient: Nutritional and Rehabilitation Strategies CHAIR:

Dr. Daren Heyland, MSc, MD, FRCP(C) Queen’s University Kingston, ON The challenges in feeding critical care patients and the importance of preserving muscle mass and its integrity will be discussed in relation to clinical outcomes. Basic and applied concepts associated with nutrition and rehabilitative interventions for preserving lean mass and improving clinical outcomes in critical care patients will be reviewed.

SPEAKERS: • Exploring the Importance of Muscle Mass in the Critical Care Patient Dr. Marina Mourtzakis, PhD University of Waterloo Waterloo, ON

• TBA Dr. Corilee Watters, RD, PhD, CNSC University of Hawaii Honolulu, HI

• Early Mobilization in the Intensive Care Unit Dr. Karen Koo, MD, FRCP(C) University of Western Ontario London, ON

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 8:45 am – 10:15 am

Rozanski 102

CONCURRENT SESSION: 5 Health Implications of Dietary Soluble Fibre and Starch CHAIR:

Dr. Ming Fan, PhD University of Guelph Guelph, ON This mini-symposium will be featured with a keynote speech by Dr. Thomas Wolever from the University of Toronto to update on recent understanding of how exogenous and intrinsic sources of dietary fibre influence in vivo starch digestion and absorption and health parameters such as glycaemic index, systemic inflammatory responses and oxidative stress status with implications for the nutritional prevention/management of type-II diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Two additional short original research presentations will also be presented to reflect current research activities in this topic area.

SPEAKERS: • Recent Understanding of Exogenous and Intrinsic Sources of Dietary Fibre in Affecting Human Health Dr. Thomas M. S. Wolever, MD, PhD, DM (Oxford) University of Toronto Toronto, ON

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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

• Role of Potatoes in Human Health Ms. Tracy S. Moreira University of Toronto Toronto, ON

• Potato Starch Digestion and Fibre Degradation Determined in Pigs Fed a High-Fat Basal Diet Mr. Qi Wang University of Guelph Guelph, ON

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 10:15 am – 10:45 am

University Centre-Peter Clark Hall

Take a Coffee Break – View Posterboards & Exhibit Tables

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 10:45 am – 12:15 pm

Rozanski 101

CONCURRENT SESSION: 7 CNS/CCFN Symposium: Consumers & Sodium - A Shake-Down For Change CHAIR:

Ms. Francy Pillo-Blocka, RD, FDC The Canadian Council of Food and Nutrition (CCFN) Mississauga, ON It is well documented that Canadians eat too much sodium. The Sodium Reduction Strategy released in July 2010 is an excellent starting point to promote positive change on this public health issue. The comprehensive Strategy outlined three main areas of focus - food supply, consumer and research. The food industry needs to act on lowering sodium in foods; consumers need to make better choices and retrain their palate while we study all aspects of this issue over time. This session will highlight evidence to get consumers started in making positive changes in their diets to reduce sodium and eat better. This will address where consumers are on this issue and highlight opportunities to get them to make better choices more often.

SPEAKERS: • Behind Closed Doors - A Glimpse of What Consumers are Doing Using data from the CCFN unique Ethnographic Survey to complement Tracking Nutrition Trends 20 Year History Report, the speaker will reveal home-based food and eating habits of consumers, their impressions of food labels and the emergence of convenience as an important factor on food choice. Ms. Francy Pillo-Blocka, RD, FDC The Canadian Council of Food and Nutrition (CCFN) Mississauga, ON

• Whose Issue is it Anyway? Identifying the Consumer Mindset on Sodium Currently, consumers realize sodium is an issue; however, many feel it’s everyone else’s problem but theirs. The researches will present on where consumers are on this issue and specific approach(es) that could/should be used to promote change to which target group(s). Dr. Anna Farmer, RD, PhD University of Alberta Edmonton, ON

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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

• Science of Taste: Retraining the Taste-buds Identifying the science of taste and how consumers can grow accustomed to having lower levels of sodium and still enjoy the taste of food. Dr. Lisa Duizer, PhD University of Guelph Guelph, ON

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 10:45 am – 12:15 pm

Rozanski 103

CONCURRENT SESSION: 8 Nutrition Therapy in the ICU: The Clock is Ticking CHAIR:

Ms. Rupinder Dhaliwal, RD Kingston General Hospital Kingston, ON This program will provide a comprehensive review of importance of nutrition therapy in the ICU and how the provision of the right nutrient at the right time and in the right dose can affect outcomes in the critically ill patient. The underlying pathophysiology of critical illness and the effect of feeding the hypotensive patient will be discussed. The challenges associated with implementing these ‘best practices’ will be highlighted. Baseline results from an ongoing quality improvement project will be presented, identifying some of the gaps between guideline recommendations and current nutrition practices and the main barriers practitioners face in providing enteral nutrition to critically ill patients. Potential strategies to optimize nutrition practices will be proposed. Lastly, a novel method for quantifying risk of adverse outcomes that may be modified by nutrition therapy in the critical care setting will be discussed.

SPEAKERS: • Nutrition Therapy in the ICU: Which Nutrient, What Dose, When and Which Patient? Dr. Daren Heyland, MD, FRCP(C) Queen's University Kingston, ON

• Barriers to Feeding Critically Ill Patients Ms. Naomi Cahill, RD, MSc Queen’s University Kingston, ON

• The NUTRIC Score: An ICU Nutritional Screening Tool Ms. Rupinder Dhaliwal, RD Kingston General Hospital Kingston, ON

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 10:45 am – 12:15 pm

Rozanski 102

CONCURRENT SESSION: 9 Methyl Nutrients in Health & Disease CO-CHAIR: Dr. Angela Devlin, PhD

CO-CHAIR: Dr. Tim Green, PhD

University of British Columbia Vancouver, BC

University of British Columbia Vancouver, BC

Methyl nutrients are required to maintain cellular methylation reactions and include folate, vitamin B12, methionine, and choline. These nutrients are required for normal growth and development.

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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Imbalances in methy nutrients caused by both deficiency and excess has been implicated in the etiology of several health conditions including birth defects, cardiovascular disease and cancer. This symposium is designed to advance our knowledge of current research related to methyl nutrients in health and disease.

SPEAKERS: • Aetiological Approach to Obesity Assessment and Management Dr. Anne Molloy Research Senior Lecturer Department of Clinical Medicine Trinity College Dublin Dublin, Ireland.

• Choline Supplementation of the Maternal Diet Alters Metabolomic Profiles and Gene Expression Dr. Marie Caudill, RD, PhD Associate Professor Division of Nutritional Sciences Cornell University Ithaca, NY

• Folate Status of Canadians Post Folic Acid Fortification of the Food Supply: Too High for Some? Dr. Deborah O'Connor, RD, PhD University of Toronto Hospital for Sick Children Toronto, ON

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm

University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

Lunch – View Posterboards & Exhibit Tables (Boxed lunch will be provided) Pick up a boxed lunch and visit the posterboards and Exhibitors in the University Centre - Peter Clark Hall.

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm

University Centre - Room 442

Oral Presentations 4 short "hot topic" communications to be selected from the submitted abstracts (see onsite program for details)

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm

Rozanski 105 & 108

Round Table Clinics Speaker TBA Dr. Don Duerksen, MD Ms. Michelle McCall/Ms.Rupinder Dhaliwhal Dr. Sarah Robbins, MD

1. Parenteral Lipid Emulsions – New Opportunities 2. New Developments in Celiac Disease 3. ICU Nutrition 4. Bariatric Surgery: Nutrition Considerations

[Each clinic will be 30 minutes - please pre-register for your two choices]

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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Rozanski 101

CONCURRENT SESSION: 12 Metabolic Syndrome CHAIR:

Dr. Benoit Lamarche, PhD, FAHA INAF, Université Laval Québec, QC This symposium will review the impact of nutrition on features of the metabolic syndrome, with particular focus on endothelial and vascular dysfunctions, on the contribution of the gut to the dyslipidemic state typically associated with insulin-resistance and on the role of adipose tissue in modulating inflammation.

SPEAKERS: • Endothelial Dysfunction and the Metabolic Syndrome : Can Dietary Flavonoids be Useful? Dr. Charles Couillard, PhD Université Laval Québec, QC

• The Role of the Gut in Insulin Resistance-Related Dyslipidemia Dr. Patrick Couture, MD, PhD Université Laval Québec, QC

• Inflammation and Adipose Tissue Macrophage Infiltration in the Metabolic Syndrome: Impact of Dietary Fatty Acids Dr. Andre Tchernof, PhD Université Laval Québec, QC

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Rozanski 102

CONCURRENT SESSION: 13 Nestlé Graduate Student & Trainee Competition CHAIR:

Dr. Guylaine Ferland, PhD Université de Montréal Montréal, QC This session will feature graduate students selected for excellence in graduate research conducted in nutritional sciences.

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Rozanski 103

CONCURRENT SESSION: 14 Plant Sterols and Health: Public Perceptions and Misconceptions CHAIR:

Dr. Peter Jones, PhD University of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB At the end of this symposium, participants will be able to: • Explain the mechanism of action of plant sterols when used to reduce cholesterol • Discuss how consumers view plant sterols as adjuncts to diet in the context of health maintenance. • Outline the experience gained through the clinical use of plant sterols in use of health claims within Canada. 15


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June 2-4, 2011 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

SPEAKERS: • Mechanisms of Action of Plant Sterols and Health Advantages Dr. Peter Jones, PhD University of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB

• The Socio-Economics Advantage of Adding Functional Food to Canadian Diet Dr. Jared G. Carlberg, PhD University of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB

• Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals: A Consumer Perspective Dr. Ellen Vogel, RD, PhD, FDC Dr. Milly Ryan-Harshman, RD, PhD University of Ontario Institute of Technology Oshawa, ON

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm

University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

Take a Coffee Break – View Posterboards & Exhibit Tables

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Rozanski 101

CONCURRENT SESSION: 16 Health Claims in Canada: An Update CO-CHAIR: Dr. Dan Ramdath, PhD

CO-CHAIR: Dr. Harvey Anderson, PhD

Guelph Food Research Centre Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Guelph, ON

Department of Nutritional Sciences Faculty of Medicine University of Toronto Toronto, ON

This symposium will bring together academia, regulators and industry to discuss current issues pertaining to Health Claims in Canada. There will be expert presentations outlining the current opportunities; the process involved and potential benefits of Health Claims.

SPEAKERS: • Regulating Health Claims in Canada-Current Status Dr. Mary R. L'Abbe, PhD University of Toronto Toronto, ON

• Promising Opportunities for Health Claims in Canada Dr. Anne Kennedy Food Regulatory Issues Division Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Ottawa, ON

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• Functional Foods: An Industry Perspective - Introducing Plant Sterols to Canada Mr. Jonathan Clifford Manager - Regulatory Affairs Unilever Canada Inc. Toronto, ON

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Rozanski 102

CONCURRENT SESSION: 17 Nestlé Graduate Student & Trainee Competition (Cont'd) PhD Dissertation Award and Young Investigator Award CHAIR:

Dr. Guylaine Ferland, PhD Université de Montréal Montréal, QC The PhD Dissertation award will be presented by the recipient for outstanding research in nutrition contributing to the degree of PhD. The Young Investigator Award lecture will be presented by a new investigator who has made an outstanding contribution to research in the filed of nutrition.

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

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CONCURRENT SESSION: 18 What is the Contribution of Canadian Academic Institutions to International Nutrition for Development? CHAIR:

Dr. Hélène Delisle, PhD University of Montreal Montreal, QC The session will highlight global nutrition initiatives and opportunities in Canadian academic institutions as means of reducing health inequalities, improving maternal and child health, and achieving the millennium development goals.

SPEAKERS: • Maternal and Child Nutrition is the Keystone for Integrated Approaches to International Development Dr. Grace Marquis, PhD McGill University Ste Anne de Bellevue, QC

• Micronutrient Interventions to Promote Health, Growth and Development Dr. Lynnette Neufeld, PhD Micronutrient Initiative Ottawa, ON

• The Nutrition Transition Increases Health Inequalities Between Men and Women in Low-Income Countries Dr. Hélène Delisle, PhD University of Montreal Montreal, QC

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CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 5:00 pm – 5:45 pm

Rozanski 102

CNS Annual General Meeting (Closed Meeting - CNS Members only) Friday, June 3, 2011 | 5:00 pm – 5:45 pm

University Centre - Room 103

Symposium for Student Members On behalf of the CNS Membership Committee CHAIR:

Dr. Pauline Darling, MSc, RD, PhD

Refreshments included!

University of Toronto St. Michael's Hospital Toronto, ON This session consists of the first Symposia for Student Members of CNS-SCN aimed at promoting professional development and fostering the next generation of skilled nutrition professionals and scientists. Please join Dr. Richard Bazinet, Editor-in-Chief of the journal Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids, for an overview on scientific writing and publication, and get a sense for the behind the scenes peer review process and for what the editor is looking for in a publishable manuscript.

SPEAKER: Dr. Richard Bazinet, PhD University of Toronto Toronto, ON

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 5:45 pm – 7:00 pm

Wine & Cheese Reception with Exhibitors – View Posterboards

University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

Enjoy a glass of wine while visting the Exhibits & viewing posterboards!

Friday, June 3, 2011 | 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm | University Club

Cafe Scientifique – Vitamin D: Do We Really Need More? Vitamin D has become the miracle supplement in recent years, purported to prevent almost all diseases. Is the research actually good enough to be making all these claims? Canadians don't seem to get enough of the sunshine vitamin, so should we all be taking supplements? Join us to share your thoughts and hear what the experts have to say.

Sponsored by [Open to members of the Public]

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CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 7:00 am – 8:30 am

Creelman Hall

Breakfast Plenary: Contribution of Breakfast Cereals to Nutrient Intakes & Health Parameters CHAIR:

Breakfast from 7:00 am - 7:45 am!

Dr. Loretta DiFrancesco, PhD, RD, MBA

Source! Nutrition ~ Presentation begins Toronto, ON promptly at Breakfast provides essential nutrients, contributes to fibre intakes and 7:45 am! may help to manage body weight and reduce the risk of chronic disease. The inclusion of ready-to-eat cereal (RTEC) at breakfast has a positive impact on total macronutrient and micronutrient intakes. In the United States where fortification is permitted, RTEC provides vitamins and minerals to individuals not meeting recommended intakes. This session will examine the evidence on breakfast and RTEC contribution to nutrient intakes and various health parameters.

SPEAKER: • The Benefits of Ready-to-Eat Cereals on Children’s Health Dr. Theresa Nicklas, DrPH Children’s Nutrition Research Center Baylor College of Medicine Department of Pediatrics Houston, TX

Sponsored by Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 8:45 am – 10:15 am

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CONCURRENT SESSION: 23 Claude Roy Symposium - Obesity: Pediatrics to Geriatrics CHAIR:

Dr. Manjula Gowrishankar, MD, FRCP(C) University of Alberta Edmonton, AB The prevalence of childhood obesity is on the rise. Our understanding of maternal, fetal and other early risk factors have expanded and allowed for preventive trials to be conducted.

SPEAKERS: • Association Between Early Growth Patterns and Obesity Dr. Nicholas Stettler, MD, MSCE School of Medicine University of Pennsylvania and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA

• Tackling Childhood Obesity - Starting with MOM Dr. Kristi B. Adamo, MSc, PhD Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (HALO) Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute Ottawa, ON

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CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 8:45 am – 10:15 am

Rozanski 103

CONCURRENT SESSION: 24 Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: The 21st Century Challenge for Primary Prevention of Cardiometabolic Diseases CHAIR:

Dr. Jean-Luc Ardilouze, MD, PhD University of Sherbrooke Sherbrooke, PQ Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) has long been considered a purveyor of many complications of childbirth and perinatal period. Today, many of these complications can either be treated and/or prevented and GDM now appears as a distinct entity with serious long-term consequences to both the mother and her offspring. It is time to establish early biomarkers for prevention of this lifelong condition.

SPEAKERS: • Glucose Tolerance Status in Pregnancy: A Window to the Future Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Women Dr. Ravi Retnakaran, MD, PhD University of Toronto Toronto, ON

• Epigenomic Plasticity and Fetal Metabolic Programming Dr. Luigi Bouchard, PhD University of Montréal Chicoutimi, PQ

• Glycated Fetal Hemoglobin (GfHb): A New Biomarker of Glycemic Fetal Programming? Dr. Jean-Luc Ardilouze, MD, PhD University of Sherbrooke Sherbrooke, QC

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 8:45 am – 10:15 am

Rozanski 102

CONCURRENT SESSION: 25 Role of Exercise in Adipose Tissue and Skeletal Muscle Metabolic Response CHAIR:

Dr. Lindsay Robinson, PhD University of Guelph Guelph, ON Both nutrition and exercise are important in adipose tissue and skeletal muscle function and metabolism. This symposium will focus on how exercise affects biological processes within adipose tissue that, in turn, impacts skeletal muscle with overall implications for obesity and related diseases. Understanding the role of exercise has implications for both basic scientists and clinicians interested in obesity and obesity-related diseases.

SPEAKERS: • Adipose Tissue and Adipokines Speaker TBA

• Exercise and Adipose Tissue Biology/Metabolism Dr. David Wright, PhD University of Guelph Guelph, ON

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CNS-SCN ANNUAL MEETING

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 10:15 am – 10:45 am

University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

Take a Coffee Break – View Posterboards & Exhibit Tables

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 10:45 am – 12:15 pm

Rozanski 101

CONCURRENT SESSION: 27 Micronutrients & Mental Disorders CHAIR:

Dr. Walid Aldoori, ScD, MD Wyeth Consumer Healthcare, a Pfizer Company Mississauga, ON The presentations in this symposium will review: the nutrients essential for early brain developments and functions, specific nutrients and their association with common mental disorders, and the role of omega 3 fatty acids in cognitive functions and mental Disorders.

SPEAKERS: • Introduction and an Overview of Nutrients Essential for Early Brain Developments and Functions Dr. Sheila Innis, PhD University of British Columbia Vancouver, BC

• Specific Nutrients and Their Association with Common Mental Disorders (Vitamin C, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, Niacin, and Vitamin D) Dr. John Hoffer, MD, PhD McGill University Montreal, QC

• Omega 3 FAs, Cognitive Functions and Mental Disorders Dr. Bruce Holub, PhD University of Guelph Guelph, ON

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 10:45 am – 12:15 pm

Rozanski 103

CONCURRENT SESSION: 28 CMTF: Results of Phase I Malnutrition Study CHAIR:

Dr. Heather Keller, RD, PhD, FDC University of Guelph Guelph, ON This symposium will review the Canadian Malnutrition Task Force (CMTF) Phase I data collection and preliminary results on malnutrition and the nutrition care process in Canadian hospitals. Data will be presented on prevalence of malnutrition, nutrition care process during hospital stay, identified challenges in providing quality nutrition care and selected 30-day outcomes of Phase I participants. Strategies to move this knowledge into culture change will be discussed.

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• Physician Perspectives on Nutrition Care in Canadian Hospitals Dr. Don Duerksen, MD, FRCP(C) University of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB • Nutrition Care in Canadian Hospitals: Need for a Culture Change Dr. Heather Keller, RD, PhD, FDC University of Guelph, Guelph, ON

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 10:45 am – 12:15 pm

Rozanski 102

CONCURRENT SESSION: 29 CIHR Grant Writing Workshop CHAIR:

Dr. Philip Sherman, MD, FRCP(C) Scientific Director Canadian Institutes of Health Research - Institute of Nutrition Metabolism and Diabetes Toronto, ON Anyone who has ever participated in research knows the importance of writing a good grant application. The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Institute of Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes (INMD) is pleased to provide this writing workshop for students and new investigators who are just beginning their research careers. The objectives are to help potential applicants gain new insights in the application process and to sharpen their grant-writing skills.

SPEAKERS: Ms. Liliane Chénard, MSc Acting Deputy Director Knowledge Creation Programs Canadian Institutes of Health Research Ottawa, ON Dr. Hope Weiler, RD, PhD Associate Professor School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition McGill University Montreal, QC

Dr. Stephanie A. Atkinson, RD, PhD Professor and Associate Chair, Research Department of Pediatrics Associate Member, Dept. Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences Faculty of Health Sciences McMaster University Hamilton, ON

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm

University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

Lunch – View Posterboards & Exhibit Tables (Boxed lunch will be provided) Pick up a boxed lunch and visit the posterboards and Exhibitors in the University Centre - Peter Clark Hall.

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Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm

University Centre - Room 442

Oral Presentations 4 short "hot topic" communications to be selected from the submitted abstracts (see onsite program for details)

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm

Rozanski 105 & 108

Round Table Clinics 5. Nutrition Risk Assessment Dr. Khursheed Jeejeebhoy, MD 6. Novel Parenteral Nutrition Considerations Speaker TBA 7. Intestinal Failure – Adults Dr. Maitreyi Raman, MD 8. Considerations in Renal Nutrition Ms. Christine Nash, RD, MSc (candidate) [Each clinic will be 30 minutes - please pre-register for your two choices]

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Rozanski 101

CONCURRENT SESSION: 32 Nutrition & Health Status of Immigrants CHAIR:

Dr. Hassan Vatanparast, MD, PhD University of Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy & Nutrition/School of Public Health Saskatoon, SK Among developed countries, Canada remains a destination of choice for newcomers. One of every five Canadian residents was born outside the country. Hence, the health of Canada’s immigrant population is an important determinant of the overall population health due to the large number of immigrants residing in Canada. Despite the increasing number of immigrants and refugees in Canada, little is known about the nutritional status of immigrant families and their children upon arrival. This symposium provides an overview of nutrition and health status of immigrants and refugees in Canada.

SPEAKERS: • The Health of Canada's New Immigrant Arrivals: An Overview Dr. K. Bruce Newbold, PhD McMaster University Hamilton, ON

• Food Security as a Determinant of Health: Challenges for Newcomers in Canada Dr. Mustafa Koc, PhD University of Toronto Toronto, ON

• Nutrition and Health Status of Newcomer Immigrant and Refugee Children Dr. Hassan Vatanparast, MD, PhD University of Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy & Nutrition/School of Public Health Saskatoon, SK

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

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CONCURRENT SESSION: 33 Evidence-Based Nutrition (EBN): Do Only Randomized Controlled Trials Matter? CHAIR:

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This is a debate concerning how recommendations in nutrition should be set. The recent calcium and vitamin D DRIs relied heavily on EBM reports. New roles for vitamin D were thought not to have sufficient evidence. How would other nutrients fare?

SPEAKERS: • To Argue in Favour of the Resolution Dr. Stephanie Atkinson, RD, PhD McMaster University Hamilton, ON

• To Argue Against the Resolution Dr. Andrew Shao Committee for Responsible Nutrition Washington, DC

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

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CONCURRENT SESSION: 34 Role of Nutrition/Diet in Addressing the Obesity Epidemic Perspectives of Canadian Obesity Researchers CHAIR:

Dr. Paula Brauer, RD, PhD University of Guelph Guelph, ON Canada is struggling to find ways to address our obesity epidemic. The potential role of diet and nutrition interventions and /or policies will be addressed by the panel, highlighting their work and their perspectives on possible research directions going forward. An open discussion will follow.

SPEAKERS: • Systems–Oriented Solutions to the Complex Problems of Obesity and Chronic Disease Prevention Dr. Diane Finegood, PhD Simon Fraser University Vancouver, BC

• Promoting Health in an Obesogenic Environment: Opportunities and Challenges Dr. Sara Kirk, PhD School of Health Administration Dalhousie University Halifax, NS

• Food Functionality, Energy Balance and Obesity Management Dr. Angelo Tremblay, PhD Université Laval Québec, ON

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm

University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

Take a Coffee Break – View Posterboards & Exhibit Tables

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Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Rozanski 103

Plenary: Vitamin D & Calcium - Updated DRIs and Implications for Canada CHAIR:

Ms. Krista Esslinger, MSc, RD Office of Nutrition Policy & Promotion Health Canada Ottawa, ON This session will give an overview of the processes, issues encountered, and outcomes of the Institute of Medicine report on Dietary Reference Intakes for Calcium and Vitamin D (2010). A review of the evidence considered in the report, including that related to chronic disease, will be presented, as well as the values relating to adequacy and to safe upper levels. The implications of these new values to Canadian policies and regulations will also be discussed.

SPEAKERS: • The IOM Report Process and New DRIs for Calcium Dr. Linda Meyers, PhD Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine Washington, DC • Review of the Scientific Evidence and New DRIs for Vitamin D Dr. Christopher Kovacs, MD University of Newfoundland St. John's, NL • Implications of the Revised DRIs for Calcium and Vitamin D on Health Canada Policies and Programs Representative from Health Products and Food Branch Health Canada Ottawa, ON

Saturday, June 4, 2011 | 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Creelman Hall

CNS Reception & Awards Banquet Saturday, June 4, 2011

6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Join us as we congratulate our recipients of the Nestlé Student Competition, Earle Willard McHenry Award, Centrum Foundation New Scientist Award and the Joanne Schweitzer Award. CHAIR:

Dr. Guylaine Ferland, PhD

Dress Code: Business Attire Price: Ticketed event (pre-registration is required)

Université de Montréal Montréal, QC

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■ *Opening Ceremony/Khursheed Jeejeebhoy Lecture & Dinner – Thursday, June 2, 2011 ■ *Breakfast Plenary – Friday, June 3, 2011 ■ *Breakfast Plenary – Saturday, June 4, 2011 *Complimentary for all full meeting registrants – please indicate if you plan to attend.

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