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Final Programme

21st European Congress on Obesity (ECO2014) Sofia, Bulgaria May 28-31, 2014

www.easo.org/eco2014


Obesity – perception and policy: multi-country review and survey of policymakers 2014 Policymakers are faced with dealing with the health and financial consequences of increasing obesity rates worldwide. They are also well placed to take action to control the epidemic and its health repercussions, through better prevention and management. However, do they have an accurate perception of obesity? Do they appreciate the extent of the epidemic, the drivers of obesity, and the policies and actions that need to be taken to make a difference? To address these questions, the European Association for the Study of Obesity, with C3 Collaborating for Health, commissioned a survey of policymakers from 11 countries: Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain and the United States. The survey results will be published in a report to be launched at ECO2014. The report will also summarise the extent of the obesity epidemic – and policies to address it – in each of the countries.

The report will be launched on 29th May, at 1430 hrs in Hall 7. All delegates are welcome to attend.

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The European Congress on Obesity EASO aims to promote research into obesity, facilitate contact between individuals and organisations, and promote action that tackles the epidemic of obesity. The ECO, as the most important annual obesity congress in Europe, is one of the most effective vehicles that EASO uses to meet these goals.

The aims of the ECO are: • To provide an annual forum for the dissemination of information about state of the art research in the field of obesity • To foster the identification of innovative preventive and treatment strategies to reduce the prevalence of obesity and its associated burden of diseases • To provide networking opportunities for experts in the field of obesity research and management

Contents Aims of ECO/Sponsorship.......................................................... 3 Welcome.................................................................................. 4 Host Associations..................................................................... 5 EASO National Associations/Committees................................... 6 Social Programme/Meet the Editor........................................... 7 YIU Workshop/Funding Surgeries.............................................. 8 ECO2014 Exhibition................................................................... 9 Exhibitor Profiles................................................................10-20 EASO Awards for Scientific Excellence ..................................... 21 General Information............................................................... 22 Industry Sponsored Satellite Symposia.................................... 23 Scientific Programme.........................................................27-39 Poster Sessions Thursday 29 May 2014............................... 40-50 Poster Sessions Friday 30 May 2014....................................51-59

Sponsorship

Hot Topic Posters............................................................... 60-61 Venue Floor Plan............................................................... 62-63

EASO and the ECO2014 Organising Committee would like to thank and acknowledge our industry sponsors.

Major Sponsors:

Principal Sponsors:

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Industry Sponsored Satellite Symposia Industry Sponsored Satellite Symposia are sessions that are planned and conducted by the corporate community in conjunction with ECO2014. They provide attendees with additional educational/informational opportunities but are not part of the official ECO2014 scientific programme.

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Welcome Dear Colleagues The European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO) and the Bulgarian Association for the Study of Obesity and Related Diseases (BASORD), are delighted to welcome you the 21st European Congress on Obesity (ECO2014) in Sofia on the 28 – 31 May 2014. The ECO2014 Scientific Programme Highlighted by workshops, case studies, meet the expert and training sessions, and augmented by traditional plenary and review sessions, the programme highlights critical themes that are relevant to the region and to the fast changing European landscape. ECO2014 offers obesity practitioners with practical tools and prepares researchers for the Horizon 2020 funding environment. The congress is more inclusive than ever before. The programme gives more opportunity for interaction between delegates and experts in workshop settings, and more opportunity to present obesity researchers to present their findings. As is now usual at the ECO, the most relevant abstracts have been incorporated into Review Sessions and workshops. The ECO2014 scientific programme is also augmented by a special EASO COTF educational workshop. Social Programme and Networking One of the main benefits of attending ECO is the opportunity to network with colleagues from around the world. The Sofia ECO2014 Organising Committee has developed an exciting social programme which offers an excellent opportunity to meet old and new friends and to experience Sofia. Sofia Surrounded by sprawling parkland, Sofia, the capital and largest city of the Republic of Bulgaria, lies at the foot of popular ski mountain, Vitosha. With a history that stretches over seven millennia, ruin-rich Sofia is one of Europe’s oldest cities. The National Historical Museum is one of Eastern Europe’s most extensive. Wide, cobblestone boulevards, charming boutiques and truly electrifying nightlife star in this city of 1.3 million. Trolleys, trams and buses traverse the dynamic city.

The city is located at a strategic crossroads. The route from Western Europe to Istanbul passes through Sofia via Beograd and Skopje, then through Plovdiv to Turkey. Sofia also connects The Near East and The Middle East, lying between the banks of The Danube and the shores of The White Sea on the one hand, and between The Black Sea and The Adriatic on the other. Sofia has something for every taste. There are a great many luxury hotels, including those that are part of international hotel chains. There is also a wide variety of hostels and smaller family guesthouses. There are a multitude of discotheques, restaurants, bars, folk clubs, taverns, soda fountains, and many other kinds of entertainment. One of Sofia’s favorite spots for both visitors and residents is Vitosha Boulevard. Here thee are shops carrying world-famous brands, and since it’s a pedestrian zone, it a very pleasant place for strolling and relaxation. In general, the capital is a shoppers delight, since Sofia is still one of the major crossroads on the Balkan Peninsula for trade of all kinds Sofia preserves many valuable monuments to its long and storied past. Visitors exploring the city’s streets can see remnants of The Eastern Gate from the days when Sofia was Serdika and Sredets, dating from the 2nd-4th centuries CE. These remains are exhibited in the underpass connecting the Presidential Palace and The Ministerial Council, surrounded by shops selling traditional Bulgarian souvenirs and rosewater. Sofia’s parks are a favorite place for rest and recreation. Borisov Park is right in the center of the city, and South Park is next to the National Palace of Culture. The Sofia Zoological Garden in the southern part of the city is the country’s larges zoo. It is a favorite place for a day’s outing for young and old alike.

Professor Svetoslav Handjiev Chair, ECO2014

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Professor Gema Frühbeck President, EASO


The Host Associations

Established in 1986, EASO is the leading European scientific and practicebased professional membership association in its field, with networks in over 30 countries. It is in formal relations with the WHO Regional Office for Europe and is an active member of EU Commission initiatives including the EU Platform on Diet, Physical Activity and Health and the Joint Programing Initiative on Healthy Diet Healthy Lives. EASO facilitates and engages in actions that prevent and combat the epidemic of obesity. It contributes to high level European and National scientific consultations, hosts the annual European Congress on Obesity (ECO), has dynamic and active topic specific Task Forces and Working Groups, and coordinates obesity education across Europe. Mission: EASO considers obesity to be a health, research, and societal priority. It promotes the study of obesity as well as facilitating and engaging in actions that reduce the burden of unhealthy excess weight in Europe through prevention and management. The formal objects of EASO as a charity are to: • Maximise the public benefit of European scientific research and clinical practice in the field of obesity and its related disorders • Promote a multidisciplinary approach to tackling overweight and obesity by engaging all relevant stakeholders within the European obesity community, and by facilitating contact between those stakeholders • Understand and communicate that unhealthy excess weight and obesity represent a chronic and serious disease • Analyse and communicate the complexity of how to achieve and maintain a healthy bodyweight • Understand and communicate that obesity is a gateway to a host of other diseases, including but by no means limited to diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancers, respiratory and joint problems and that if we prevent and manage obesity, we will block a major supply route to these chronic diseases • Facilitate and engage in actions that prevent and combat the epidemic of overweight and obesity in Europe The objectives of EASO are to: i) Raise awareness of Obesity as a major public health priority in Europe ii) Inform and influence European and National policy iii) Develop, Promote and Deliver education for the prevention and management of overweight and obesity in Europe iv) Promote, Inform and Engage in European Obesity Research v) Disseminate key obesity-related Messages/Evidence-based Guidelines/ Developments vi) Communicate with relevant Internal and External Stakeholders and promote multidisciplinary collaboration vii) Contribute to the economic growth of Europe by preventing and tackling overweight and obesity Visit www.easo.org for further information.

History: The Bulgarian Association for the Study of Obesity and Related Diseases “Acad. Tasho Tashev” by the Union of scientific medical societies was established in 1995. Since 1996 BASORD is member of the International association for the study of obesity (IASO) and since 1998 – member of the European association for the study of obesity (EASO). In 1999 BASORD was one of the initiators for developing the Milan Declaration for prevention of obesity. BASORD unifies specialists in internal medicine, gastroenterology, cardiology, endocrinology, surgery, general practitioners, dietitians certified in the field of obesity and related diseases. Scope: The major scope of BASORD is to promote healthy nutrition, to inform the large public on the problems of adult and childhood obesity, to participate in prevention programs, to create a network of nutrition and obesity specialists in order to strengthen and develop strategies in the fight against obesity and its co-morbidities. Regular activities and campaigns: During the years BASORD activities was mainly focused on the increasing prevalence of obesity in Bulgaria. BASORD has started by organizing small 1-day conferences and lectures to expanding in the development of annual obesity congress held in Albena at the beautiful Black sea coast. The congress attracts obesity specialists not only from Bulgaria but also from the region and other parts of Europe and the world as a whole. BASORD has twice organized during the congresses SCOPE course with collaboration with the IASO. BASORD also organizes campaigns during the World Obesity Day on October 24th to promote healthy lifestyle and to give information to the large public on obesity and related diseases. During the last campaign in October 2011 we have performed medical examination for free by measuring the BMI and percentage of body fat, as well as waist and hip circumferences. In May 2010 BASORD actively participates in the organization of the European Obesity Day (EOD). Several times per year BASORD organizes press-conference in order to inform the public about recent obesity news on management, prevention and research in the field. BASORD has strong relations with the main Bulgarian mass-medias, and the Bulgarian Radio is official partner of our campaigns. International collaboration: BASORD has traditional collaboration with the European and International Associations for the Study of Obesity. BASORD is a member partner of BALNESO (Balkan Network of Obesity), and takes part in common projects as the Balkan diet. Prof. Svetoslav Handjiev is national coordinator for Bulgaria in the pan-European project DiOGenes (www.diogenes-eu.org), funded by the 6th Framework Program of the European Commission as well as coordinator for the DIETS project. BASORD has a close collaboration in national and European projects with the Ministry of health and Ministry of education and science in Bulgaria.

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EASO National Associations

Committees

• Austrian Obesity Association • Belgium Association for the Study of Obesity • Bulgarian Association for Study of Obesity and Related Diseases • Croatian Obesity Association • Czech Society for the Study of Obesity • Dansk Selskab for Adipositasforskning • Finnish Association for the Study of Obesity • Association Francaise d’Etudes et de Recherches sur l’Obesite • Georgian Association for the Study of Obesity • Deutsche Adipositas Gesellschaft • Hellenic Medical Association for Obesity • Hungarian Society for the Study of Obesity • Icelandic Association for the Study of Obesity • Association for the Study of Obesity on the Island of Ireland (ASOI) • Israeli Society for the Study and Prevention of Obesity • Societa Italiana dell’Obesita • Macedonian Association for Obesity • Netherlands Association for the Study of Obesity • Norwegian Association for the Study of Obesity • Polish Association for the Study of Obesity • Sociedade Portuguesa para o Estudo da Obesidade • Romanian Association for the Study of Obesity • Russian National Association of Dieticians and Nutritionists, Working Group for the Study of Obesity • Serbian Association for the Study of Obesity • Slovak Obesitology Section of Slovak diabetology Society • Professional Section of the Slovenian Association for Obesity • Sociedad Espanola para el Estudio de la Obesidad • Swedish Association for the Study of Obesity • Swiss Assosciation for the Study of Metabolism and Obesity • Turkish Association for the Study of Obesity • Association for the Study of Obesity (UK)

Past European Congresses on Obesity 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1995 1996 1997 1999 2000

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2001 Stockholm – Sweden 2003 Oxford – England 2004 Nice – France Noordwijkerhout – Netherlands 2005 2007 Ulm – Germany 2008 Copenhagen – Denmark 2009 Barcelona – Spain 2011 Dublin – Ireland 2012 Milan – Italy 2013 Antwerp – Belgium

Vienna – Austria Helsinki – Finland Prague – Czech Republic Athens – Greece Budapest – Hungary Geneva – Switzerland Amsterdam – Netherlands Istanbul – Turkey Lyon – France Liverpool – England

EASO Executive Committee (as at May 2014) President.....................................................................Gema Frühbeck (Spain) President-Elect........................................................ Hermann Toplak (Austria) Secretary.................................................................. Ellen Blaak (Netherlands) Treasurer..............................................................................John Blundell (UK) Regional Vice President: North.................. Johannes Hebebrand (Germany) Regional Vice President: Middle.........................Gabriela Roman (Romania) Regional Vice President: South....................................Dragan Micic (Serbia) Chair: Childhood Obesity Task Force.... Nathalie Farpour-Lambert (Switzerland) Chair: Obesity Management Task Force.................... Volkan Yumuk (Turkey) Chairs: Prevention and Public health Task Force...Lauren Lissner (Sweden) .........................................................................Tommy Visscher (Netherlands) Chair: Communication and Development Committee.... Max Maislos (Israel) Executive Director.......................................................... Euan Woodward (UK)

ECO2014 International Scientific Committee Professor Jerzy Bełtowski.................................................................... (Poland) Professor John Blundell...............................................................................(UK) Professor Nadka Boyadjieva..............................................................(Bulgaria) Professor Davide Carvalho.................................................................(Portugal) Professor Karine Clément.....................................................................(France) Professor Martin Fried ...........................................................(Czech Republic) Professor Jason Halford...............................................................................(UK) Professor Svetoslav Handjiev (chair).................................................(Bulgaria) Dr Teodora Handjieva-Darlenska.......................................................(Bulgaria) Professor Jens Christian Holm ........................................................ (Denmark) Professor Dragan Micic ........................................................................ (Serbia) Professor Uberto Pagotto.........................................................................(Italy) Professor Stefka Petrova....................................................................(Bulgaria) Professor Aila Rissanen....................................................................... (Finland) Professor Gabriela Roman................................................................(Romania) Professor Jaap Seidell................................................................. (Netherlands) Professor Tz. Tankova.........................................................................(Bulgaria) Professor Hermann Toplak...................................................................(Austria)

ECO2014 Local Organizing Committee Chair: Prof Boyan Lozanov (Director of Scientific Institute of Medicine at Bulgarian Academy of Science and Arts) Members: Mr Petar Galev (Director – Health Media Group) Dr Svetlozara Ilieva (BASORD) Ms Penka Ivanova (Director of Department in the Ministry of Education and Science of Bulgaria) Mr Marin Penkov (Forum Alea of Health) Prof Fani Ribarova (BASORD) Prof Chavdar Slavov (Deputy Minister of Health of Bulgaria) Ms Aneliya Tomova (Chief Expert in Ministry of Education and Science of Bulgaria) Prof Svetla Torbova (President of Bulgarian Hypertension League)


Social programme

Meet the Editor

The ECO2014 Organising Committee has developed an exciting social programme which offers an excellent opportunity to network with old and new friends and to experience Sofia at its vibrant best. We urge you to book tickets at the earliest possible opportunity to avoid disappointment. N.B. Information correct at time of printing. Date: Time: Event: Venue:

Wednesday 28 May 2014, NPC Sofia 18.15 – 21.30 hrs Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception NPC Sofia (Hall 1 and then Exhibition Hall)

The welcome ceremony will feature welcome addresses, EASO Young Investigator Award presentations and live entertainment designed to highlight the vibrant culture and history of Sofia and Bulgaria. Following the welcome ceremony, guests are invited to the welcome reception held in the exhibition hall where they can meet and interact with colleagues, and sample traditional Bulgarian cuisine. N.B. Access to the welcome ceremony and reception is included in the registration fee. Please reserve your place as part of the registration process. Date: Time: Venue: Event:

Thursday 29 May 2014 19.00 – 20.30 hrs NPC Sofia (Hall 7 foyer) EASO YIU Networking Reception

Date: Friday 30 May 2014 Time: 20.00 – 23.30 hrs Event: Delegate Gala Folk Party Venue: Restaurant ‘Veseloto Selo’ (‘The Happy Village’): www.veseloselo.com We look forward to welcoming you to Gala folk party! Melodious tunes and beautiful voices, fiery dances and brightly colored costumes Bulgarian folklore has to be seen, felt and experienced!

EASO and S. Karger Publishers are proud to announce “Obesity Facts Meet the Editor Sessions” at ECO2014. Congress participants will have the opportunity to meet the journal’s Editor-in-Chief Professor Hans Hauner and the journal’s Publishing Manager Susanne Meister and ask them about the journal and the publishing process. The “Meet the Editor Sessions” will take place at the EASO stand on Wednesday 28th May between 1530 and 1600 hrs and on Thursday 29th May between 1100 and 1130 hrs. To book an appointment, simply visit the EASO exhibition stand.

Obesity Facts publishes articles covering all aspects of obesity, in particular epidemiology, etiology and pathogenesis, treatment, and the prevention of adiposity. As obesity is related to many disease processes, the journal is also dedicated to all topics pertaining to comorbidity and covers psychological and sociocultural aspects as well as influences of nutrition and exercise on body weight. The editors carefully select papers to present only the most recent findings in clinical practice and research. All professionals concerned with obesity issues will find this journal a most valuable update to keep them abreast of the latest scientific developments. Special sections comprising a variety of subspecialties reinforce the journal’s value as an exhaustive record of recent progress.

Hans Hauner Obesity Facts Editor-in-Chief

Susanne Meister Obesity Facts Publishing Manager

Gourmets have long since esteemed the merits of Bulgarian cuisine with the verdict that it is tasty, spicy and varied, appealing to one and all. The variety in Bulgarian cuisine is based on the long history of the country, as well as on the long-lasting migrations of the tribes that founded it more than 1300 years ago. You are cordially invited to taste the exquisite cuisine and wines of Bulgaria and to enjoy typical Bulgarian folk dances and songs. The menu will include Bulgarian national dishes, aperitif (rakia), wine and water. N.B. You MUST book tickets as part of the online registration process. A limited number of tickets will be available to purchase onsite.

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YIU Workshop Young Investigators United aims to: During the 21st European Congress on Obesity, taking place in Sofia (Bulgaria) from 28th to 31st May 2014, the Young Investigators of EASO will again unite for a scientific and social session. Young Investigators United will be part of the official ECO2014 Scientific Programme on Thursday 29th May. A scientific session, where the YIU Best Thesis Award will be presented, will take place from 17.45 hrs (Hall 7) and will be followed by a social event, to which all Young ECO2014 Investigators are invited.

Official Programme 1745 - 1755 hrs Welcome and Introductions 1755 – 1825 hrs YIU Best Thesis Award Presentations 1. Influence of Body Composition, Metabolism and Physical Activity on Mechanisms Controlling Energy Intake M Hopkins (UK) 2. The effect of chronic psychosocial stress on children’s health behaviour and body fatness N Michels (Belgium)

• Facilitate the networking of young European scientists • Provide an arena for the exchange of ideas and best practices between experts and experts-to-come • Improve opportunities for future collaborations or consultations when heading for the common goal: preventing and treating obesity. For more information for how to get involved in YIU, please see the www.easo.org/yiu. We would also like to take this opportunity to announce that the EASO Young Investigators United network now has a group page on Facebook and a Twitter account (@YoungEASO). All ECO2014 delegates are welcome to join our online community.

Funding Surgeries

3. Melanocortin 5 receptor signaling pathways: Implications on adipocyte biology A Rodrigues (Portugal) 1825 – 1855 hrs Senior Presentation 1: Adipose tissue fibrosis: is adipocyte a mechano-sensitive cell? Karine Clément (France) 1855 – 1925 hrs Senior Presentation 2: Obesity Research: where do we go from here? John Blundell (UK) 1925 – 1940 hrs WHO Internships: opportunities and experiences Lotta Moraeus (Sweden) 1940 – 1945 hrs Announcement of YIU Best Thesis Award winner 1945 – late YIU Party

Why should you attend this session? • Meet and talk with world leading obesity researchers in an informal setting • Meet new YI friends and start international collaborations • Relax after a day at the ECO and enjoy a FREE party

About the YIU EASO’s Young Investigators United was established in 2005 and now acts as an informal community for young investigators to collaborate on projects and to share experiences and expertise. The YIU initiative combines an online community with an annual event at the ECO, where young investigators have an opportunity to meet, interact and share ideas with colleagues from around the world.

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The European Biotechnology Network (EBN) is a cross sectorial network with the mission to facilitate partnerships. It does this in a practical and achievable way through its Biotechnology Funding Hub, which tracks international R&D funding opportunities for collaboration. Including Horizon 2020, the Innovative Medicines Initiative, EuroTransBio and others in Europe, as well as US funding streams to build transatlantic partnerships. Working in partnership with ECO2014, EBN is very pleased to host a series of funding surgeries throughout the conference. These surgeries will: • Enable conference attendees to understand where their research fits into international funding programmes • Understand how you manage research towards its destination, through partnership and long term planning • Look at the practicalities of different funding programmes - do they suit you and what should you expect to commit for success? 20 minute meeting slots will be available for any conference attendee, on a first come, first served basis - with registration now open. We look forward to assisting the development of partnerships across sectors and organisation types, to deliver research to the patient and market. To book an appointment, please contact Claire Skentelbery at cs@european-biotechnology.net, or visit the EASO stand (number 3).


ECO2014 Exhibition Exhibition Opening Times Wednesday 28 May 2014 Exhibition Open:

15:00 - 21:00 hrs

Friday 30 May 2014 Exhibition Open:

10:30 - 16:30 hrs

Thursday 29 May 2014 Exhibition Open:

10:30 - 16:30 hrs

Saturday 31 May 2014 Exhibition Open:

10:30 - 14:00 hrs

Exhibition Floor Plan

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Exhibitor Profiles EASO and the ECO2014 Organisers would like to acknowledge the support of all EO2014 exhibitors. At ECO2014, we are pleased to introduce an ‘EU Project Village’ where relevant EU funded projects and partners can share information on important research projects, interventions and initiatives. Stand 3 EU Project Village

Association for the Study of Obesity Contact: Catherine Stone, Events Coordinator and Office Manager PO Box 410, Deal, Kent CT14 4AP, UK Email: Catherine.stone@aso.org.uk Web: www.aso.org.uk

Stand 7 EU Project Village

BASORD

Founded in 1967, the UKASO is the UK’s foremost charitable organisation dedicated to the understanding and treatment of obesity. The UKASO aims to develop an understanding of obesity through the pursuit of excellence in research and education, the facilitation of networking opportunities and the promotion of action to prevent and treat obesity through: • Arranging conferences • Promoting training events • Sponsorship of awards for excellence in the field of obesity research and best practice • Supporting a network of affiliated regional groups Membership of the ASO is open to healthcare professionals, scientists and students who work and/or study in the field of obesity and to others who have a particular professional interest in obesity. It is governed by an elected unpaid Board of Trustees. The UKASO is affiliated to the European and International Associations for the Study of Obesity. The first UK Congress on Obesity (UKCO) will be held 16-17 Sept 2014 in Birmingham UK – detail available on www.aso.org.uk

Founded in 1995 the Bulgarian Association on the Study of Obesity and Related Diseases “Acad T. Tashev” aims: • To promote healthy lifestyle, diet and physical activity • To inform the large public a problem of adult chilhood obesity • To organise national and international congresses, workshops, trainings

Contact: Svetoslav Handjiev BASORD actively participates in DiOGene (6th FP) and PREVIEW (7th FP) Email: svhandjiev@gmail.com Web: www.basord.com

Stand 23

BioVendor – Laboratorni medicina a.s. Contact: Iveta Minarikova Karasek 1767/1, 616 00 Brno, Czech Republic Email: minarikova@biovendor.cz Web: www.biovendor.com

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Membership to BASROD is open to physicians, dietitians and healthcare professionals, scientists and students.

BioVendor – Laboratorni medicina a.s. is an innovative and rapidly growing biotechnology company. BioVendor’s key strength stems from our ability to develop original diagnostic and biomedical research products. BioVendor is a consistent leader in the development of top quality immunodiagnostics and biomedical research tools. Our strenght is particularly in novel biomarkers for disorders connected with obesity and obesity-related diseases, diabetes and metabolic diseases associated with postindustrial societies, as well as markers of organ injury, oncology, reproduction, sepsis and inflammation.


Exhibitor Profiles Stand 28

Bodystat Ltd. Contact: Karen Oakes PO Box 50, Douglas, Isle of Man IM99 1DQ, British Isles Email: info@bodystat.com Web: www.bodystat.com

Stand 24

Bulgarian National Patients Organisation Contact: 3 Lyuben Karavelov str., office 5 Sofia 1142, Bulgaria Tel.: +359 (0) 2 958 95 19 Fax: +359 (0) 2 958 20 03 Mob: +359 (0) 879 449 982

BODYSTAT® are established as one of the global leaders in body composition analysis using Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) technology. BODYSTAT® will present its BIA technology to determine a patient’s nutritional status and their unique Wellness & Prediction Markers™. Complex changes occur in body composition and fluid status during Obesity Weight Management programs and illness. Monitoring these biological changes can provide a clear insight for early diagnosis and treatment. As the need for non-invasive, non-intrusive diagnostic systems has increased and regular monitoring becomes even more important, clinicians are seeking quick, simple solutions to monitor these changes.

The Bulgarian National Patients’ Organization is the largest patients’ association in Bulgaria. NPO was established in early 2010 and has since amassed the largest membership of disease-specific member organizations. Currently there are 85 member organizations under the NPO umbrella. NPO’s mission is to unite patients, to protect the rights and interests of the patients’ community and strive towards a sustainable and patient-oriented healthcare system in Bulgaria. In 2010 NPO was recognized by the Minister of Health as a nationally representative patients’ organization, a recognition, which has since remained in effect.

Email: mariya.k@npo.bg / office@npo.bg Web: www.npo.bg

Stand 24

Diabetes, prediabetes and metabolic syndrom (DPMS) Sofia, Bulgaria Contact: Sofia 1612, 72 “Ami Bue str, Bulgaria Tel.: 02 / 953 05 23, 02/ 953 07 97, 0896 746 823

DPMS - Sofia, Bulgaria is non-profite organisation with activities in healthy lifestyle, educational, youth, environmental and social activities. The objectives of Diabetes, prediabetes and metabolic syndrom (DPMS) - Sofia, Bulgaria are: • To arrange seminars, screenings for diabetes, prediabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome. • To prevent people that are in high risk of diabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome and to improve their knowledge on modern methods of treatment and prevention. • To protect the rights of people to have equal access to prevention and treatment.

Email: prolidiabet1@abv.bg

Stand 19 EU Project Village

C3 Collaborating for Health

C3 Collaborating for Health (www.c3health.org) is a non-governmental organisation based in London and working globally to tackle four major, chronic, non-communicable diseases (cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disase and many cancers) by focussing on the three biggest risk factors: tobacco, poor diet (including the harmful use of alcohol) and lack of physical activity.

Contact: Hester Rice 28 Margaret Street London, W1W 8RZ, UK Email: Hester.rice@c3health.org Web: www.c3health.org

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Exhibitor Profiles Stand 26

CamNtech Limited

CamNtech provide innovative miniature wearable recorders and dedicated analysis software for ECG, Heart Rate, HRV, Sleep, Energy Expenditure, EEG, EMG and Patient Reported Outcome.

Founded in 1995, we have established an enviable reputation in the world market for ambulatory monitoring. We pride ourselves in offering first class support to researchers and clinicians around the globe. Contact: Loretta Clark Upper Pendrill Court, Ermine Street North CamNtech provide complete solutions with our range of validated products having regulatory approvals Papworth Everard, Cambridge, CB23 3UY for major world markets, backed up by our worldwide network of distributors and supported from our manufacturing base near Cambridge UK and our offices in Boerne TX, USA. University for Life Sciences. Email: admin@camntech.co.uk Web: www.camntech.com

Stand 33 & 34

First Stevia Sweet Shop Ltd was established in April 2013 and was particularly set up to manufacture products with stevia, without any sugar or artificial sweeteners. For this period the company developed wide variety of stevia products - tablets, sachets, liquid, food mixes, Stevia coffee 3in1, chocolates, truffles, muffins, cakes and many other products of the confectionery. The company distributed its products through First Stevia Sweet Shop Ltd grocery and drug stores, pharmacies and through its chain of Stevia patisseries located in the two largest Contact: Sofia 1791, Kokaliane, 32 Vasil Levski Str. cities in Bulgaria - Sofia and Plovdiv. Recently company started establishing Stevia patisseries in Europe. Bulgaria Tel: +359 2 979 4999, +359 2 978 8582 Email: stevialux@abv.bg Web: www.stevialux.eu

Stand 11 EU Project Village

German Competence Network Obesity (CNO)

The German Competence Network Obesity (CNO) is funded since 2008 by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The present CNO combines three consortia with subprojects focusing on basic science projects, prevention and therapy of obesity, and epidemiological research on obesity.

Contact: Christina Holzapfel University Hospital “Klinikum rechts der Isar” Technische Universität München Uptown Munich Campus D Georg-Brauchle-Ring 60/62 80992 Munich Email: christina.holzapfel@tum.de Web: www.kompetenznetz-adipositas.de

Stand 11

German Obesity Association (DAG) Contact: Beatrix Feuerreiter Fraunhoferstr. 5 82152 Martinsried Email: mail@adipositas-gesellschaft.de Web: www.adipositas-gesellschaft.de

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The German Obesity Association (DAG) exists since 1985. Its members are mainly doctors and scientific experts who are involved in managing the obesity problem. Main focus of the DAG is to highlight the public health aspects of obesity and to build a platform for obesity experts.


Exhibitor Profiles Stand 15 EU Project Village

DALI study

(vitamin D And Lifestyle Intervention for gestational diabetes mellitus prevention)

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) and obesity in pregnancy are growing problems that can affect both women and their offspring not only through perinatal complications, but also through the development of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease later in life. The main objectives of the EU-project DALI (vitamin D And Lifestyle Intervention for GDM prevention) is to develop common European approaches to prevent GDM while collecting reliable epidemiological data. The effectiveness of different intervention strategies during pregnancy will be analyzed in an obese pan-European pregnant population through diet, physical activity, Vitamin D and combinations of these interventions.

Contact: Prof. Dr. Gernot Desoye Universit채tsklinik f체r Frauenheilkunde und Geburtskunde Medical University of Graz Auenbruggerplatz 14, A-8036 Graz Email: gernot.desoye@medunigraz.at Web: www.dali-project.eu

Stand 14 EU Project Village

DORIAN

Dorian is a three year collaborative European research project funded by the European Community Seventh Framework programme. The objective is to establish if maternal obesity is linked to unhealthy ageing: should maternal obesity modify the function of the placenta, through the transfer of nutrients, hormones and signals to the growing baby?

Contact: Dr. Patricia Iozzo Head of Endrocrinology-Metabolism & Nuclear Medicine Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche Institute of Clinical Physiology (IFC-CNR) Via Moruzzi n. 1, 56124 Pisa, Italy

There are two particular hormones monitored: Insulin and Cortisol, these could be linked to premature or unhealthy ageing (looking at diabetes, heart diseases, cognitive decline) of individuals born from obese mothers.

Email: patricia.iozzo@ifc.cnr.it Phone: +39-050-3152789

The work leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n째 278603.

Stand 1&2 EU Project Village

EASO

The European Association for the Study of Obesity Contact: Mr E Woodward 2 Sheen Rd Richmond TW9 1AE, UK Email: enquiries@easo.org Web: www.easo.org

The Dorian findings will be published at the end of 2014.

Established in 1986, EASO is the leading European scientific- and practice-based professional membership association in this field, with networks in over 30 countries. It is in formal relations with the WHO Regional Office for Europe and is an active member of EU Commission initiatives including the EU Platform on Diet, Physical Activity and Health and the Joint Programing Initiative on Healthy Diet Healthy Lives. EASO facilitates and engages in actions that prevent and combat the epidemic of obesity. It contributes to high level European and National scientific consultations, hosts the annual European Congress on Obesity (ECO), has dynamic and active topic specific Task Forces and Working Groups, and coordinates obesity education across Europe. EASO considers obesity to be a health, research, and societal priority. It promotes the study of obesity as well as facilitating and engaging in actions that reduce the burden of unhealthy excess weight in Europe through prevention and management. The objectives of EASO are to: i) Raise awareness of Obesity as a major public health priority in Europe ii) Inform and influence European and National policy iii) Develop, Promote and Deliver education for the prevention and management of overweight and obesity in Europe iv) Promote, Inform and Engage in European Obesity Research v) Disseminate key obesity-related Messages/Evidence-based Guidelines/Developments vi) Communicate with relevant Internal and External Stakeholders and promote multidisciplinary collaboration vii) Contribute to the economic growth of Europe by preventing and tackling overweight and obesity

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Exhibitor Profiles Stand 5 EU Project Village

EConDA Project, UK Health Forum Contact: Laura Webber 2-8 Fleetbank House, Salisbury Square London, EC4Y 8JX Email: Laura.webber@ukhealthforumg.org.uk Web: econdaproject.eu www.ukhealthforum.org.uk

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Protein System SA

EConDA (Economics of Chronic Diseases) has two key objectives: To seek consensus among relevant experts, policy makers and international organisations on the methodology for measuring cost-effectiveness of interventions for chronic diseases. To develop a demonstration model to assess the cost-effectiveness of interventions for chronic disease prevention in a population as a whole, as well as for different population groups. The project will build models for four major chronic diseases: heart disease, diabetes, respiratory disease, and kidney diseases, across 8 EU countries. EConDA has received funding from the European Union, in the framework of the Health Programme.

Protein System SA products and services address prevention, diagnosis and treatment of obesity under medical supervision. The Eurodiet Method is a 4-phases programme based on rich in protein / low carbohydrate diet through a large range of products of high biological value

Contact: Mr. Jean-Marc Le Rudulier Mr. Thomas Pinon 64 rue de Koerich 8437 Steinfort Luxembourg Email: info@eurodiet.com Web: www.eurodiet.com

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I Family Study Contact: Ina Alvarez Franco University of Bremen (UNIHB) Leibniz Institute for Prevention Research & Epidemiology – BIPS GmbH Achterstrasse 30 28359 Bremen Germany Email: ifamily@bips.uni-bremen.de Web: www.ifamilystudy.eu

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The I.Family Study is an EC funded project with 17 partners in 11 countries and cohorts in eight European countries. Strategic objectives: (1) Understand the interplay between barriers against and drivers towards healthy food choice (2) Develop and disseminate strategies to induce changes that promote healthy dietary behaviour in European consumers especially adolescents and their parents I.Family is re-assessing the families first engaged with the IDEFICS study as their children move into adolescence, identifying which of them have adopted a healthy approach to nutrition. I. Family is also investigating the biological, behavioural, social and environmental factors that drive dietary behaviour.


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LB Bulgaricum Contact: Head Office 9, Saborna Str. 1000 Sofia; Bulgaria tel: + 359 2 987 29 01 fax: +359 2 987 59 00 Email: office@lbbulgaricum.bg Web: www.lbbulgaricum.bg

LB Bulgaricum PLC is the only state-owned company in the dairy industry in Bulgaria with great traditions in scientific research, production and export of original Bulgarian dairy products, functional foods and starter cultures. We are proud to be the legal inheritor of the State economic enterprise Milk industry with its intellectual property, licensing activity and export positions. The company has two production units – in Sofia and in Vidin, and a modern Centre of research and development, in which for the last 10 years a new generation of starter cultures and formulas for healthy foods has been developed. There can also be found a unique collection of over 900 lactic acid bacteria and more than 100 different combinations of starter cultures. Currently, the company’s portfolio offers a wide range of dairy products for its customers, such as: • Traditional Bulgarian yogurt; • Pasteurized milk, • White brined cheese from cow’s, sheep’s or goat’s milk; • Yellow cheese; • Cream, etc. The quality of the products made is guaranteed by every-day control by highly qualified specialists in one of the best-equipped laboratories in the country.

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Mirta Medicus Contact: Nerazdelni Str. 2, floor 1, office 2, Bulgaria, Sofia 1164 Tel./fax +359 2 963 14 15 Mobile : +359 87 8178461 Email: Web:

office@mirtamedicus.com mirta_medicus@abv.bg www.mirtamedicus.com www.aleianazdraveto.com

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MooDFOOD Contact: Mieke Cabout VU University Amsterdam Faculty Earth and Life Sciences Department of Nutrition and Health Boelelaan 1085, 1081 HV Amsterdam The Netherlands

MirtaMedicus and Extractpharma are some of the leading companies in Bulgaria for production of and trade with food supplements, herbal products, liquid and dry extracts from healing plants. Our products are offered via partner companies in Cyprus, Italy and Germany. We have one of the most modern factories for production of liquid and dry extracts and substances. The specialized exhibition “Health Alley” initiated and organized by us has turned into a permanent forum, tradition, place where doctors, pharmacists, technologists, researchers, producers, businessmen and of course the final consumer gather under one roof. Where does the secret of our success and the satisfaction of our numerous consumers in the battle for “more health” and quality of life lie? • Ecological natural feedstock. • Certified high quality of the extracts and substances. • Optimal dosage and combinations of the ingredients and substances in the prescriptions in order to reach maximum effect in the shortest possible period of time. • Broad spectrum of activity of the different products. • Ease of application – in most cases taking one or two capsules per day. • Achievement of high quality and effectiveness in the production process and opportunity to form at reasonable prices.

MooDFOOD is a Multi-country cOllaborative project on the rOle of Diet, Food-related behaviour, and Obesity in the prevention of Depression. The MooDFOOD consortium uses an unique integrative approach which combines expertise in nutrition, consumer behaviour, psychiatry and preventive psychology. The MooDFOOD consortium aims 1) to gain a better understanding of the psychological, lifestyle and environmental pathways underlying the multi-faceted, bidirectional links of food intake, nutrient status, food-related behaviour and obesity with depression and 2) to develop and disseminate innovative evidence-based, feasible, effective and sustainable nutritional strategies for the prevention of clinical depression. MooDFOOD is a collaborative research project funded by the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013: FP7-KBBE-2013-7-singlestage) under Grant Agreement No. 613598.

Email: MooDFOOD-PO@vu.nl Web: www.MooDFOOD-VU.eu

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Exhibitor Profiles Stand 25

Nasco

Nasco is a world leader in education materials for dietitians and nutrition educators. Used in 180 countries, our Lifeform® food replicas, Lifeform® fat and muscle replicas, MyPlates, and related products offer easily understood tools for teaching portion size, nutritional balance, and healthy food selection. For our complete catalog and product demonstrations, visit www.enasco.com/nutrition/

Contact: Barbara George, Director NASCO Family & Consumer Sciences Lane Liebergen Director of Sales – Europe/Russia/ Central Asia 901 Janesville Avenue Fort Atkinson WI 53538, U.S.A. Email: bgeorge@enasco.com lliebergen@enasco.com Web: www.eNasco.com/nutrition

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Nestlé S.A. Contact: John Bee, Communications Manager Avenue Nestlé 55 1800 Vevey Switzerland

As the world’s leading Nutrition, Health and Wellness Company, we believe that the future of our Company lies in helping people to eat a healthier diet, whether the problem is deficiency in vitamins and minerals at one end of the spectrum, or obesity at the other. These global challenges influence our initiatives to bring nutrition solutions to all segments of society. Nutrition is one of the three key focus areas of our Creating Shared Value approach to doing business, which seeks to bring simultaneous benefits to our shareholders and the societies we serve.

Email: john.bee@nestle.com Web: www.nestle.com

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Pediatric Obesity Center of Excellence Contact: Daniel Weghuber, MD, Assoc. Professor (Priv. Doz.) Department of Pediatrics and Obesity Research Unit, Paracelsus Medical University Müllner Hauptstrasse 48 A-5020 Salzburg, Austria Email: d.weghuber@salk.at Web: www.gewichtig.at

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At the Pediatric Obesity Center of Excellence physicians (pediatricians, orthopedists, and bariatric surgeon), psychologists, dieticians, sports scientists, social workers and basic scientists contribute to the care of ~500 patients with overweight and obesity (1-18 years) referred to the clinic every year. They are provided with conservative (inpatient and outpatient) alongside with bariatric treatment options. An interdisciplinary diagnostic workup is the basis for a comprehensive treatment concept. Our research focuses on high risk phenotypes for cardiovascular disease and diabetes (including sophisticated methods, e.g. glucose clamp technique), but includes orthopedic and psychological aspects in collaboration with multiple national and international partners.


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Phoenix Europe GmbH Contact: Dr. Oliver Jahraus Viktoriastrasse 3-5 76133 Karlsruhe, Germany

Phoenix Pharmaceuticals specializes in peptide assays for obesity, cardiovascular, diabetes and endocrine related hormones. Other products include endocrinology related peptides and antibodies. Our newer products are a non-radioactive, highly sensitive fluorescent and chemiluminescent EIA assays as well as a Magnetic Bead RIA assay which requires as little as 5ul of sample. Phoenix also offers the service of hormone level determination; where the tedious extraction and assay procedures are performed for you. Our long term experience in custom peptide synthesis and custom peptide labeling is appreciated by our customers as well. With over 40 obesity related peptides in publications today, Phoenix Pharmaceuticals is always the leader in obesity related peptide discoveries.

Email: ojahraus@phoenixpeptide.eu Web: www.phoenixpeptide.com

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PREDIMED-PLUS (CIBERobn) Contact: Dolores Corella, Ramon Estruch, Montserrat Fito, Miguel A. Martinez-Gonzalez, Emilio Ros, Jordi Salas-Salvado Instituto de Salud Carlos III, c/ Sinesio Delgado, 4 28029 Madrid (Spain) Email: Web:

PREDIMED-PLUS is a multi-centre, randomised, primary prevention trial on men (55-75 years) and women (60-75 years), with body mass index â&#x2030;Ľ27 to <40 kg/m2 and metabolic syndrome. The intervention is an intensive weight-loss lifestyle intervention with energy-restricted Mediterranean diet and physical activity in comparison with a less intensive program using Mediterranean diet (without energy restriction or physical activity). The end-point is a composite of major hard clinical cardiovascular events. The sample size will be 6000 participants (3000 in each group). The recruitment started in September 2013 and will finish in December 2015. The final results will be available in 2020.

dolores.corella@uv.es restruch@clinic.ub.es mfito@imim.es mamartinez@unav.es eros@clinic.ub.es jordi.salas@urv.cat www.predimedplus.com

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PREVIEW Project

University of Copenhagen (UCPH), coordinator of PREVIEW project on behalf of PREVIEW project Consortium Contact: Prof. Anne Raben/Dr. Laura Pastor Sanz Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, Faculty of SCIENCE University of Copenhagen Rolighedsvej 30, 1958 Frederiksberg C, Denmark

The primary goal of PREVIEW 5-y EU project is to identify the most efficient lifestyle pattern for the prevention of type-2 diabetes in a population of pre-diabetic overweight or obese individuals. The project comprises two distinct lines of evidence, both embracing European and overseas countries: 1) A multicentre, clinical randomized intervention trial (3 years) with a total of 2,500 pre-diabetic participants, from 8 counties, including children, adolescents, adults and elderly. 2) Large population studies using data from all age groups (170,000 persons). This research receives funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement no. 312057.

Email: ara@life.ku.dk lps@life.ku.dk Web: www.previewstudy.com

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Exhibitor Profiles Stand 35

PNK DISTRIBUTION INTERNATIONAL S.A Contact: Ana Navarro 6 Place de L’Universite 1205 Geneva Swuitzerland

PronoKal® Group is a multinational company that began its activities in 2004 with the launch of the PronoKal® Method in Spain. Since 2009, the expansion and internationalisation of PronoKal® Group has been consolidated: PronoKal® Group is currently present in 16 countries and has three administrative offices in Europe (Geneva, Luxembourg and Barcelona). The success of our medical treatment is backed by more than 350,000 patients treated and more than 4,000 prescribing doctors who trust in the rigour and effectiveness of our methods. These figures position PronoKal® Group as a leading company in the sector

Email: ana.n@pronokal.com Web: www.pronokalgroup.com

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Ramcopharm Ltd Contact: 5A Platchkovitsa Str. 1164 Sofia Bulgaria phone: 0035928688052 fax: 0035928680075 Email: ogi@mail.techno-link.com Web: www.ramcopharm.bg

The company “RAMCOPHARM” Ltd. was established in 1993 and is a 100% private Bulgarian commercial company. Over the years our company has specialized and organize its main business activity, which is divided into the following two segments: Manufacture of pharmaceutical products. “RAMCOPHARM” Ltd. has registered in Bulgaria and produces the medicinal product “Kalii Iodidum Ramcopharm 65 mg”, which is used to block or reduce the accumulation of radioactive isotopes of iodine in the thyroid gland under the conditions of incidents involving radioactive contamination (accidents in nuclear power stations, terrorist acts, etc.). The second segment in which our company has focused its business is the development, production and distribution of food additives in a capsule or tablet form containing combinations of standardized herbal extracts, vitamins, minerals and essential oils. The process of development of the food additives, manufactured by the company, is carried out by highly specialized team with extensive experience in the pharmaceutical industry. The entire range of food additives, manufactured and distributed by “Ramcopharm” Ltd, comply with the requirements of the European regulations and the Bulgarian legislation. For the production of their products “Ramcopharm” Ltd. uses raw materials supplied by established European and world phytopharmaceutical companies. All raw materials used in our products are accompanied by the necessary quality certificates and certificates and declarations of NON-GMO products. Currently, the portfolio of “Ramcopharm” Ltd. has over 80 products of the category of food additives, with 40 of them being sold in the pharmacies and retail network in Bulgaria. All of them have a reputation of quality and demanded by consumers. Ramcopharm Ltd. is certified as per the standards GMP, ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 22000:2005.

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SATIN Project

University of Liverpool Contact: Caroline Devine Eleanor Rathbone Building, Bedford Street South, Liverpool, L69 72A Email: satin@liv.ac.uk Web: www.satin-satiety.eu

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SATIN is a five-year 6 Million EUR EU funded project designed to develop foods that regulate appetite by reducing hunger, accelerating within meal satiation and enhancing between meal satiety. SATIN stands for SATiety INnovation, involves seven SMEs, four industry and seven academic partners and is led by the University of Liverpool (UK). The SATIN project employs novel food processing methods to modify food structure to produce functional foods for weight management. The key goal of SATIN is to produce products ready to commercialise with validated health claims and proven consumer benefits.


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Sopharma AD Contact: Boryana Nikolova, M.D. Product Manager Asthma & Gastro Sopharma Business Towers; Tower A Floor 15 5 Lachezar Stanchev street 1756 Sofia Bulgaria Phone: +3592 8134120 Web:

www.sopharma.bg

80 YEARS TRADITION AND MODERN APPROACH – modern production, European quality standards, corporate social responsibility. • In 1933 the pharmaceutical community united in its economic organization “Bulgarian Pharmacy Cooperative Company” starts the construction of the first production laboratory for production of medicinal products in the country. • For the period 1953-2000 Sopharma is the leading pharmaceutical producer in Bulgaria. • In September 2000 after a successful privatization Sopharma becomes a private pharmaceutical company. • In 2004 Sopharma licensed its production facilities according to the European GMP which secured its strategic position after the EU accession in 2007. In the same year Sopharma increased its production capacity by adding another member to its group of companies - Bulgarian Rose - Sevtopolis AD. • In 2005 Sopharma opened the most modern logistics center in Bulgaria (logistics terminal) for distribution of pharmaceutical products. • In 2006 Sopharma initiated the planning and construction process of a new highly technological tablet factory for the production of solid forms with doubled capacity and investment potential of over 40 million EUR. For this project Sopharma received the First Class Investor Award. • In 2007 Sopharma made the next step in modernization and increased production capacity in the tablet production of Bulgarian Rose - Sevtopolis AD, Kazanlak. • 2009 – The Financial Supervision Commission approves the prospectus for the public offering of the shares of Sopharma on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. • 2010 – Registration of the first original product of Sopharma in Western Europe. • 2011 – Opening of the unique for Eastern Europe “intelligent office building” Sopharma Business Towers. Start of official trading of the shares of Sopharma on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. • 2012 – For a third consecutive year Sopharma is given the “Best public company” award from the Capital Top 100 ranking. • 2013 – The new state-of-the-art solid-forms factory of Sopharma is operational and won three awards in the construction sector With its 80 year history Sopharma is a symbol of success today.

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SPOTLIGHT

Sustainable prevention of obesity through integrated strategies Contact: Jeroen Lakerveld VUmc – EMGO Institute for Health and Care Research Van der Boechorststraat 7 1081 BT Amsterdam, the Netherlands

SPOTLIGHT is a EC-FP7 funded project started in 2012. It focuses on integrated health promotion strategies for sustainable behaviour change contributing to prevention of overweight and obesity. For this project, researchers from thirteen organisations in eight European countries join forces, supported by a team of external advisors. SPOTLIGHT aims to increase and combine knowledge on the wide range of determinants of obesity in a systematic way, and to identify community-based approaches that are strong in terms of Reach, Efficacy, Adoption, Implementation and Maintenance (RE-AIM). While obesity prevention strategies have often focused on the individual, a major part of this project is devoted to identify the physical and social environmental elements that shape peoples behaviour, and how these elements interact with individual-level determinants.

Email: j.lakerveld@vumc.nl Web: www.spotlightproject.eu

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Exhibitor Profiles Stand 15 EU Project Village

University of Copenhagen’s

Strategic Platform for Lifestyle, Obesity and Metabolic research Contact: Peter Børker Nielsen Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences Blegdamsvej 3 DK-2200 Copenhagen Denmark

From September 2014, a strategic platform on lifestyle, obesity and metabolic research (UCPH LOM) is established at the University of Copenhagen with the aim to formulate and effectuate strategies in the research field of lifestyle, obesity and metabolism. It builds upon and continues the successful research-support carried out at UCPH by gathering researchers from different disciplines across the university. The platform will strengthen the scientific environments and the shared identity, support the young researchers, assist in fundraising and lobbying and facilitate strategic development and outreach activities at the University of Copenhagen within this area of research.

Email: pbnielsen@sund.ku.dk Web: www.foodfitnesspharma.ku.dk

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WHO Regional Office for Europe

Division of Noncommunicable Diseases and Life-course | Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Programme Contact: Susanna Kugelberg UN City, Marmorvej 51 DK - 2100 Copenhagen Denmark

The World Health Organization (WHO) is the authority responsible for public health within the United Nations system. The WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe) is one of WHO’s six regional offices around the world. It serves the WHO European Region, which comprises 53 countries, covering a vast geographical region from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans. WHO/Europe is made up of public health, scientific and technical experts, who are based in the main office in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 4 out-posted centres and in country offices in 29 Member States. The Programme: Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Noncommunicable diseases and Life-Course is responsible for providing support to the 53 Member States of the WHO European Region on the implementation of the European Charter on Counteracting Obesity and the Vienna Declaration on Nutrition and Noncommunicable Diseases as well as evaluating their progress implementation. His team is leading for the largest and most comprehensive childhood obesity surveillance mechanisms globally and developing at the moment a new Food and Nutrition Action Plan and a Physical Activity Strategy for the WHO European Region.

Email: sku@euro.who.int Web: www.euro.who.int/en/home

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World Obesity Federation Contact: Tim Lobstein 12 Roger Street, london WC1N 2JU Email: tlobstein@worldobesity.org Web: www.worldobesity.org

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World Obesity Federation represents professional members of the scientific, medical and research communities from over 50 regional and national obesity associations. Through our membership we create a global community of organisations dedicated to solving the problems of obesity. Our mission is to lead and drive global efforts to reduce, prevent and treat obesity.


EASO Awards for Scientific Excellence EASO Young Investigator Award – Clinical Research Dr. Claudia Szendrödi (Germany)

EASO Young Investigator Award – Childhood Obesity Research Dr. Louise Aas Nielsen (Denmark)

Dr. Szendrödi, PhD, received her MD in 2002 and then performed electrophysiologic studies at the Institute of Pharmacology in Vienna. In 2004 she joined the research group of Michael Roden conducting clinical-experimental studies. She learned the application of high-field resolution magnetic resonance spectroscopy, analysis of metabolic flux rates and metabolite concentrations, as well as performance of pancreatic clamps combined with isotopedilution techniques. From 2006 to 2008 she was resident in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Diabetology and Metabolic Diseases, at the Hanusch Hospital, Teaching Hospital of Medical University Vienna, always continuing research. In 2008, she was promoted to be deputy leader of the research group “Energy Metabolism“ and in 2013 as head of the Clinical Research Center at the German Diabetes Center in Düsseldorf. In parallel, she was responsible for the Obesity Clinic at the Departments of Metabolic Diseases and Endocrinology and Diabetology at Heinrich-Heine University Hospital Düsseldorf, Germany and finalized her specialisation in Internal Medicine. Her scientific and clinical interests are the investigation of the cellular mechanisms underlying insulin resistance in humans and mouse models over the course from obesity and non-alcoholic fatty liver to type-2 diabetes. She published mostly in high-ranking top journals and described as first author, e.g. the role of muscle mitochondrial metabolism for the development of nonalcoholic fatty liver, the role of local perfusion in lipid-induced insulin resistance, the first report on alterations of hepatic ATP content and muscle ATP synthesis in obese and type-2 diabetes patients.

Louise Aas Nielsen is a research medical student at The Children’s Obesity Clinic in Holbæk, Denmark. Louise conceived the study idea of analyzing potential familial predispositions to cardiovascular obesity related complications in relation to treatment outcomes in a large group of obese children and adolescents. The idea is that a familial occurrence of a deranged metabolic state, as expressed by familial obesity and/or familial obesity related complications of hypertension, type 2 diabetes, thromboembolic events, and dyslipidemia may be reflected as an inherited or environmentally transmitted metabolic adaptation in the child/ adolescent during weight loss. Surprisingly, only a familial predisposition to type 2 diabetes significantly influenced the degree of obesity at baseline, and girls lost weight faster if they had a familial predisposition to obesity. An important implication of these results is that the Children’s Obesity Clinic treats children effectively regardless of their familial predisposition to cardiovascular obesity related complications.

2014 EASO Travel Grant Recipients

ECO2014 Awards EASO will award a prize for the best poster in each track, including Hot Topics. Winners will be announced at the ECO2014 Closing Ceremony on Saturday 31st May, and will receive a complementary registration to ECO2015 in Prague

David Albuquerque Veronica Bellisario Maira Bes-Rastrollo Flaminia Fanelli Iro Gounitsioti Valeria Guglielmi Maria Angela Guzzardi Mark Hopkins Hannah Kentish Alexandra Koulouri Nathalie Michels Diogo Pestana Adriana Rodrigues Amaia Rodríguez Rafaela Rosario Almut Rudolph Enkelejda Shkurti Julia Szendroedi

(Portugal) (Italy) (Spain) (Italy) (Greece) (Italy) (Italy) (UK) (UK) (Greece) (Belgium) (Portugal) (Portugal) (Spain) (Portugal) (Germany) (Albainia) (Germany)

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General Information Currency

Pre and Post Congress Specialist Meetings

The Bulgarian Lev is the currency of Bulgaria. The currency code for Leva is BGN, and the currency symbol is лв.

Please visit: http://eco2014.easo.org/pre-and-post-congress-meetings/

Coins: Freq Used: лв 1, стотинки 1, стотинки 2, стотинки 5, стотинки 10, стотинки 20, стотинки 50; Banknotes: Freq Used: лв 2, лв 5, лв 10, лв 20, лв 50, лв 100;

Smoking is not permitted inside the congress venue.

Smoking Policy Tax Value Added Tax (VAT) in Bulgaria is 20%.

Except for hotels you can pay only in leva. There are many change or bank offices in the streets to change money. Also there are plenty of ATM’s.

Time Zone

Electricity

Bulgaria is in the Eastern European Time Zone. Eastern European Standard Time (EET) is 2 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+2).

The electricity supply in Bulgaria is 220V. 50 HzAC, standard round two-pin power outlet.

Insurance We recommend that you take out insurance to cover medical and travel expenses. The Congress fee does not include insurance.

Language The official language of the Congress is English – No interpretation facilities will be provided, except at the COTF educational course on Wednesday 28th May.

Name Badges All registered delegates must clearly wear the ECO2014 identification badge. Entrance to the meeting halls and exhibition areas will not be permitted without it. Replacement badges will be charged at £25 per badge. We recommend that you do not wear your delegate badge outside the congress venue.

Passport and Visa Information All ECO2014 congress participants are responsible for obtaining the necessary travel documents to enter the UK. In most cases, a valid passport is required for entry - please ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months after your exit date. Participants are encouraged to contact the Bulgarian Embassy closest to them for up-to-date travel guidelines.

Poster Sessions Poster sessions will take place in the Poster Area of the Exhibition Hall. They should be mounted on the assigned board in the Poster display area. The authors should be present in the poster area during the allocated Poster Session. Track 2 and Track 3 posters will be located on the 2nd floor of the NPC. Tracks 1, 4, 5, 6 and Hot Topics will be located on the 3rd floor of the NPC. EASO will award a prize for the best poster in each track, including Hot Topics. Winners will be announced at the ECO2014 Closing Ceremony on Saturday 31st May, and will receive a complementary registration to ECO2015 in Prague

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Eastern European Standard Time = GMT+2 Eastern European Summer Time = GMT+3

Venue ECO2014 will be held at the National Palace of Culture 1 Bulgaria square Sofia, Bulgaria www.ndk.bg


Industry Sponsored Satellite Symposia Industry Sponsored Satellite Symposia Industry Sponsored Satellite Symposia are sessions that are planned and conducted by the corporate community in conjunction with ECO2014. They provide attendees with additional educational/informational opportunities but are not part of the official ECO2014 scientific programme.

Wednesday 28 May 2014 1600 – 1730 hrs Hall 7 International Medical Press: Assessing the cardiovascular effects of weight loss strategies Chair: N Finer (UK) Introduction and welcome Cardiovascular effects of diet and exercise in people who are overweightobese Potential cardiovascular benefits of weight loss pharmacotherapy Potential adverse cardiovascular effects with weight loss pharmacotherapy Questions and closing remarks

N Finer (UK) T Pouliou (UK) L Leiter (Canada) A Astrup (Denmark) All faculty

This CME-accredited symposium is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Novo Nordisk A/S.

Thursday 29th May 2014 1315 – 1445 hrs Hall 8 Nestlé Nutrition Institute Determinants of Child Obesity Chair: J Seidell (Netherlands) The Global Obesity: Facts and Fictions Childhood Obesity: Social and Behavioral Factors Cardiometabolic Responses to Macronutrient Balances in Obesity Onset and Treatment

1745 – 1915 hrs Hall 9 Kellogg Weight Management in the Digital Age Welcome and Introduction A systematic review of the effectiveness of behavioural weight management services, commissioned by NICE MySpecialK.co.uk: A randomised controlled trial of a web based weight loss programme including breakfast cereals MonSpecialK.fr: Efficacy of the weight-loss and weight-maintenance web-program in overweight women without comorbidity Losses and Gains: Exploring the Psychological Benefits of Weight Loss Questions and Answers

J Seidell (Netherlands) S Johnson (USA) D Layman (USA)

T Hulshof (UK) D Johns (UK) M Ashwell (UK) F R.J. Bornet (France) D N Lasikiewicz (Australia)

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Scientific Programme Wednesday 28 May at a glance

Scientific Tracks

Track 1: Discovery and Integrative Science Track 2: Nutrition, Behaviour, Activity and Environment Track 3: Childhood and Lifelong Perspectives Track 4: Prevention, Public Health and Epidemiology Track 5: Clinical Management and Translation Track 6: Obesity as a Gateway to other Diseases

Tools to Act: EASO Childhood Obesity Task Force Educational Workshop Hall 7: 0830 - 1200 hrs

Main ECO2014 Scientific Programme Opens at 12.30 hrs Oral Sessions: 1230 - 1400 hrs Hall 1

Hall 7

Hall 8

Hall 9

T1:OS1 Brown Adipose Tissue and endocannabinoids

T2:RS1 Diet, physical activity and behaviour

T4:OS1 Trends, prevalence & determinants

Review/Workshop Sessions: 1400 - 1530 hrs Hall 7 Hall 8

Hall 1

T1:RS1 Immunology

T5: W1 Bariatric surgery: to whom and when?

T2:RS1 Stress and reward

Hall 9 T5:WS2 Food supplements: what/ where is the evidence?

Coffee Break/Commercial Exhibition (1530- 1600) Hall 7

Hall 8

Hall 9

Industry Supported Session: See page 23 for further information

Special Session: Adipokines in cardiometabolic diseases (1600 - 1730 hrs)

EASO PPHTF and WHO Europe Workshop: Trends and Inequalities in Obesity (1600 - 1730 hrs)

Hall 1 Track 1 Plenary Lecture Gut microbiota-host interactions in obesity (1730 - 1815 hrs) EASO Young Investigator Award Lectures ECO2014 Opening Ceremony (1815 - 1915 hrs) Exhibition Hall

ECO2014 Welcome Reception (1915 - 2100 hrs)

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Scientific Programme Wednesday 28 May in Full Time

Track number: type of session - title of presentation

Room / Presenting author

0830 - 1200

Tools to Act - EASO COTF Educational Workshop (preliminary programme)

Hall 7 0830-0900 Prevalence and consequences of childhood obesity Farpour-Lambert (Switzerland), J Baker (Denmark), T Handjieva-Darlenska (Bulgaria) 0900 - 0930 Assessment of the obese child, Part I. From theory to everyday routine. R Weiss (Israel), J-C Holm (Denmark), V Iotova (Bulgaria) 0930 - 1005 Assessment of the obese child, Part II – Practical exercises in parallel working groups: Group 1: On medical assessment. (Hall 7) R Weiss (Israel), J-C Holm (Denmark), V Iotova (Bulgaria) Group 2: On assessment of physical activity. (Hall 8) N Farpour-Lambert (Switzerland), G O’Malley (Ireland) Group 3: On nutritional assessment. (Hall 9) M Hassapidou (Greece), P Nowicka (Sweden) S Petrova (Bulgaria) 1005 - 1020 Coffee break

1020 - 1050 Motivation to change: how to find it, keep it and increase it, Part I. From theory to everyday routine. N Farpour-Lambert (Switzerland) P Nowicka (Sweden) 1050 - 1130 Motivation and family engagement, Part II – Practical exercises in parallel working groups Panel The groups with the same facilitators as above will continue to practice with new exercises 1130 - 1200 Lessons learned on intervention approaches. Practical advice from different settings and professions. Each panel member will present relevant and practical advice. Panel 1230 - 1400 Oral Sessions

T1:OS1: Brown adipose tissue and endocannabinoids Hall 7 Chairs: E Blaak (Netherlands), N Boyadjieva (Bulgaria) 1230 - 1245 T1:OS1.1 - Comparative gene array analysis of human deep neck and subcutaneous adipose tissue progenitor cells D Tews (Germany) 1245 - 1300 T1:OS1.2 - Browing effects of the cold receptor TRPM8 activation in human white adipocytes M Rossato (Italy) 1300 - 1315 T1:OS1.3 - Effect of the n-3 LC-PUFA EPA on white-to-brown transition of primary human adipose-derived stem cells M Elsen (Germany) 1315 - 1330 T1:OS1.4 - Regulation of the conversion of white to brown adipocytes by arachidonic acid metabolic pathway R Ghandour (France) 1330 - 1345 T1:OS1.5 - The adipose tissue endocannabinoid-synthesizing enzyme NAPE-PLD plays a major role on the control of glucose, lipid metabolism and energy homeostasis L Geurts (France) 1345 - 1400 T1:OS1.6 - Circulating endocannabinoids are associated with cardiometabolic parameters in an adiposity-independent fashion in normal weight subjects F Fanelli (Italy) T2:OS1 Diet, physical activity and behaviour Hall 8 Chairs: G Finlayson (UK), D Popova (Bulgaria) 1230 - 1245 T2:OS1.1 - M  editerranean diet, overweight and body composition in children from eight European countries: cross-sectional and prospective results from the IDEFICS study G Tognon (Sweden) 1245 - 1300 T2:OS1.2 - Obesity is associated with a strong liking for fat sensation A Lampuré (France) 1300 - 1315 T2:OS1.3 - Appetite and gut hormone responses to moderate-intensity continuous exercise versus high-intensity interval exercise, in normoxic and hypoxic conditions D Bailey (UK) 1315 - 1330 T2:OS1.4 - Role of food hedonics examined under sedentary and physically activated states on exercise-induced weight loss G Finlayson (UK) 1330 - 1345 T2:OS1.5 - Aerobic plus Resistance Training on pro-anti-inflammatory adipokines in obese adolescents C Ackel-D’Elia (Brazil) T4:OS1 Trends, prevalence & determinants Hall 9 Chairs: D Baykova (Bulgaria), T Visscher (Netherlands) 1230 - 1245 T4:OS1.1 - Foresight: Tackling Obesities. Six years on L Webber (UK) 1245 - 1300 T4:OS1.2 - OBESITY: A PUBLIC HEALTH THREAT IN HUNGARY Previous trends and recent prevalence of obesity in 2013 I Rurik (Hungary) 1300 - 1315 T4:OS1.3 - Stable prevalence of obesity in Swedish schoolchildren from 2008-2013, but signs of widening socioeconomic gap in girls L Moraeus (Sweden) 1315 - 1330 T4:OS1.4 - THE TRENDS IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AMONG 7-YEARS OLD SCHOOL CHILDREN IN BULGARIA V Duleva (Bulgaria) 1330 - 1345 T4:OS1.5 - Comparison of overweight and obesity prevalence in Czech young school children and adolescents M Kunesova (Czech Republic) 1345 - 1400 T4:OS1.6 - Eating and lifestyle behaviors among adolescents in Vlora`s city, Albania F Kamberi (Albania) 1400 - 1530 Review/Workshop Sessions T1:RS1 - Immunology Hall 1 Chairs: E Blaak (Netherlands) 1400 - 1430 T1:RS1.1 - How diet can mediate hypothalamic inflammation L Velloso (Brasil) 1430 - 1500 T1:RS1.2 - Astrocytes and obesity C García-Cáceres (Germany) 1500 - 1515 T1:RS1.3 - Human adipose tissue macrophages are skewed in an anti-inflammatory direction in obesity K Fjeldborg (Denmark) 1515 - 1530 T1:RS1.4 - N  europilin-1 is a co receptor of the leptin receptor OBRb and forms a new nuclear receptor complex regulating expression of genes involved in metabolism and cancer Z Belaid-Choucair (France) T2:RS1 - Stress and reward Hall 7 Chairs: J Blundell (UK), G Roman (Romania) 1400 - 1430 T2:RS1.1 - Stress J Cerqueira (Portugal) 1430 - 1500 T2:RS1.2 - Reward and hedonics S Dickson (Sweden) 1500 - 1515 T2:RS1.3 - Children’s stress influences their diet and adiposity: role of cortisol and leptin N Michels (Belgium) 1515 - 1530 T2:RS1.4 - Fasting Leptin is a Determinant of Food Reward in Overweight and Obese Individuals during Chronic Aerobic Exercise Training M Hopkins (United Kingdom)

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Scientific Programme Wednesday 28 May in Full Time

Track number: type of session - title of presentation

1400 - 1530

Review/Workshop Sessions

Room / Presenting author

T5:WS1 - Bariatric Surgery: to whom and when? Hall 8 Coordinators: F Pattou (France), V Yumuk (Turkey) 1400 - 1430 T5:WS1.1 - The medical perspective V Yumuk (Turkey) 1430 - 1500 T5:WS1.2 - The surgical perspective F Pattou (France) 1500 - 1530 Discussion T5:WS2 - Food supplements: what/where is the evidence? Hall 9 Coordinators: V Duleva (Bulgaria) and H Verhagen (Netherlands) 1400 - 1430 T5:WS1.1 - Scientific substantiation of health claims - status in EU and EFSA H Verhagen (Netherlands) 1430 - 1500 T5:WS1.2 - Food supplements and legislation V Duleva (Bulgaria) 1500 - 1530 Discussion 1530 - 1600 Coffee Break/Exhibition

1600 - 1730 Special Sessions

EASO PPHTF and WHO Regional Office for Europe Hall 9 Trends and Inequalities in Obesity Chairs: J Breda (Denmark) and L Lissner (Sweden) 1600 - 1610 Welcome and Europe’s heterogeneous socioeconomic gradient in childhood obesity: findings from COSI L Lissner (Sweden) 1610 - 1630 Obesity and food insecurity in Portugal in the context of the economic crisis P Graca (Portugal) 1630 - 1650 Socioeconomic disparities in obesity in the reputedly egalitarian Nordic countries M Magnusson (Sweden) 1650 - 1710 Educational mobility and obesity in Swedish adults: a 3-generation study P Chaparro (Sweden) 1710 - 1730 Social disparities in health related behaviors of European schoolchildren: findings from HBSC J Breda (Denmark) Closing comments + questions Adipokines in cardiometabolic diseases Hall 8 Chair: G Chaldakov (Bulgaria) 1600 - 1630 Uncovering the (pre)adipocyte secretome J Renes (Netherlands) 1630 - 1700 Linking adipose tissue and exposome to cardiometabolic diseases S Yanev (Bulgaria) 1700 - 1715 Homo obesus: A metabotrophin-deficient species M Fiore (Italy) 1715 - 1730 Chronic intermittent hypoxia induces features of NAFLD and modifies adipose tissue characteristics J Aron Wisnewsky (France) 1600 - 1730 Industry Supported Satellite Session Please see page 23 for further information 1730 - 1915 Plenary Session/Opening Ceremony

1730 - 1815 Track 1 Plenary Lecture Hall1 Chairs: S Handjiev (Bulgaria), E Nisoli (Italy) Gut microbiota-host interactions in obesity K Clément (France) 1815 - 1915 Opening Ceremony Hall 1 Chairs: S Handjiev (Bulgaria), G Frühbeck (Spain) EASO Young Investigator Awards Chair: H Hauner (Germany) Young Investigator Award in Childhood Obesity Research LA Nielsen (Denmark) Young Investigator Award in Clinical Research J Szendrödi (Germany) 1915 - 2100 Social Programme ECO2013 Welcome Reception Exhibition Hall

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Scientific Programme Thursday 29 May at a glance Hall 1 Track 2 Plenary Lecture - Personalised nutrition: nutrigenomics in practice (0830 - 0915 hrs) Review/Workshop Sessions: 0930 - 1100 hrs Hall 7 Hall 8

Hall 1 T6:RS1 Beyond BMI

Hall 9

T5:WS3 EASO OMTF COMs Case Studies: The treatment pathway

T3:RS1 Childhood Obesity Management

T2:WS1 Balkan Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle

Coffee Break/Commercial Exhibition (1100 - 1130 hrs) Workshop/Oral Sessions: 1130 - 1300 hrs Hall 7 Hall 8

Hall 1

T3:OS1 Childhood Obesity:early origins and management

T5:OS1 Surgical Management

T4:OS2 Prevention strategies

Hall 9 EASO Healthy Hydration Working Group: Water as a lever for Obesity prevention and management

Lunch, Exhibition and Posters (1300 - 1500 hrs) Exhibition Hall

Hall 8

Hall 9

Guided Poster Sesions: Tracks 1, 5 and 6 (1315 - 1445 hrs)

Industry Supported Session: (1315 - 1445 hrs ) See page 23 for further information

Workshop: Lessons from EU Projects (1315 - 1445 hrs)

Hall 1 Track 3 Plenary Lecture - What can we learn from the implications of hypothalamic obesity? (1500 - 1545 hrs) Coffee Break/Commercial Exhibition (1545 - 1615 hrs) Association/Review/Workshop Sessions: 1615 - 1745 hrs Hall 7 Hall 8

Hall 1

T3:WS1 Personalised treatment in childhood obesity

ESCI Association Session: Liver & Obesity: when fat is just too much Hall 7

EASO YIU Scientific Session and Social Event (1745 - 2100 hrs)

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Hall 9

T4:RS1 The transdisciplinary approach: what can you do against obesity?

T6: Case Study Session Obesity, hypertension and atherosclerosis: can biomarkers help us?

Hall 8

Hall 9

Special Oral Session: Around the World in a day (1745 - 1915 hrs)

Industry Supported Session: (1745 - 1915 hrs) See page 23 for further information


Scientific Programme Thursday 29 May in Full Time

Track number: type of session - title of presentation

Room / Presenting author

0830 - 0915

Plenary Lecture

T2:PL - Track 2 Plenary Lecture Chairs: K Clément France), F Ribarova (Bulgaria)

Hall 1

Personalised nutrition: nutrigenomics in practice D Ivanova (Bulgaria) 0930 - 1100 Review/Workshop Sessions

T6:RS1 - Beyond BMI Hall 1 Chairs: K Pietiläinen (Finland), S Petrova (Bulgaria) 0930 - 1000 T6:RS1.1 - The metabolically unhealthy lean T Vidal-Puig (UK) 1000 - 1030 T6:RS1.2 - Beyond the relationship between body weight and mortality T Visscher (Netherlands) 1030 - 1045 T6:RS1.4 - Overfeeding-induced deterioration in insulin sensitivity is not associated with visceral or liver fat accumulation in non-obese males D Johannsen (United States) T3:RS1 - Childhood obesity management Hall 7 Chairs: J Baker (Denmark), V Iotova (Bulgaria) 0930 - 1000 T3:RS1.1 - Cause and effect R Weiss (Israel) 1000 - 1030 T3:RS1.2 - Metabolic Effects C Maffeis (Italy) 1030 - 1045 T3:RS1.3 - P  ersonalised nutrition perspectives - anti-inflammatory nutritional intervention selectively improves insulin sensitivity in overweight and obese adolescents wherein baseline metabotype predicts response A McMorrow (Ireland) 1045 - 1100 T3:RS1.4 - Czech Adolescents Evaluated for Antibodies to Human Adenovirus 36 B Sedlackova (Czech Republic) T5:WS3 - EASO OMTF Collaborating Centres for Obesity Management (COMs) Hall 8 Case Studies Coordinators: V Yumuk (Turkey) and B Ludvik (Austria) 1615-1635 Type 2 diabetes management after bariatric surgery B Ludvik (Austria) 1635-1655 Is physical inactivity the missing link? JM Oppert (France) 1655-1715 Weight management by increased protein/CHO ratio by food or meal replacement strategies A Astrup (Denmark) 1715-1735 Screening and Management of Sleep Apnoea in Severe Obesity J Wilding (UK) 1735-1745 Qs & As Panel T2: WS1 - Balkan nutrition and healthy lifestyle Hall 9 Coordinators: N Bağrıaçık (Turkey) and S Handjiev (Bulgaria) 0930 - 0945 Mediterranean diet for weight loss and other health benefits C Tsigos (Greece) 0945 - 1000 Balkan diet in the treatment of obesity in Bulgaria T Handjieva-Darlenska (Bulgaria) 1000 - 1015 The Nutritional Habits in Turkey and Phisical Activity level research N Bağrıaçık (Turkey) 1015 - 1030 Dietary habits and obesity rates in Serbia J Jorga (Serbia) 1030 - 1045 Croatia: facing traditional and contemporary nutrition, northern and southern eating patterns, Maja Baretic M Baretic (Croatia) 1045 - 1100 Obesity and risk factors in Romania, Gabriela Roman G Roman (Romania) 1100 - 1130 Coffee Break/Exhibition

1130 - 1300 Oral Sessions T5:OS1 Surgical management Hall 1 Chairs: M Fried (Czech Republic), F Pattou (France) 1130 - 1145 T5:OS1.1 - Health outcomes at 3 years after Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding (LAGB) in adolescents M Dabbas (France) 1145 - 1200 T5:OS1.2 - Three years durability of the improvements in health-related quality of life (HR-QoL) observed after gastric banding: results from the QUALITY study. L Busetto (Italy) 1200 - 1215 T5:OS1.3 - Incretins secretion and glucose metabolism in the long-term period after biliopancreatic diversion performed for morbid obesity N Mazurina (Russia) 1215 - 1230 T5:OS1.4 - E  valuation of protein requirements before and 3 months after bariatric surgery in patients with morbid obesity A Masgrau (France) 1230 - 1245 T5:OS1.5 - Prevalence of iron, folic acid and vitamin B12 deficiency in obese patients undergoing different bariatric surgery techniques A Saavedra (Portugal) 1245 - 1300 T5:OS1.6 - Early changes in brain metabolism following vagal stimulation C Malbert (France) T3:OS1 Childhood obesity: early origins & management Hall 7 Chairs: S Galcheva (Bulgaria), P Nowicka (Sweden) 1130 - 1145 T3:OS1.1 - The association between differences in gestational weight gain and differences in birth weight, body mass index and blood pressure in young adulthood. A male sibling study.” E Scheers Andersson 1145 - 1200 T3:OS1.2 - Maternal Body Mass Index in relation to overweight/obesity in small children S Petrova (Bulgaria) 1200 - 1215 T3:OS1.3 - Ethnic-differences in objectively-measured PA among 5-6 year old children in the UK G Knowles (UK) 1215 - 1230 T3:OS1.4 - Prediction of BMI change with treatment in obese children: the role of waist-to-height ratio A Morandi (Italy) 1230 - 1245 T3:OS1.5 - Triglycerides/HDL-cholesterol ratio in a population of adolescent overweight / obese (ow/ob): a new diagnostic marker of insulin resistance (IR) and Metabolic Syndrome (MS)? A Vania (Italy) 1245 - 1300 T3:OS1.6 - E  ffect of a multidisciplinary childhood obesity intervention on insulin sensitivity and magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) measured muscle fat C Esmann Fonvig (Denmark) Time Track number: type of session - title of presentation Room / Presenting author

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Scientific Programme Thursday 29 May in Full 1130 - 1300

Oral Sessions

T4:OS2 Prevention strategies Hall 8 Chairs: H Rutter (UK), R Singh (India) 1130 - 1145 An introduction by the EASO PPHTF H Rutter (UK) 1145 - 1200 T4:OS2.2 - Mindfulness is associated with weight status in a large sample of adult participants from the Nutrinet-Santé cohort G Camilleri (France) 1200 - 1215 T4:OS2.3 - Educational differences in dietary intake and compliance to recommendations among the adult population of Lausanne A Mayen-Chacon (switzerland) 1215 - 1230 T4:OS2.4 - Associations between urban neighbourhood social environment and obesity - a systematic review (the SPOTLIGHT project) K Glonti (UK) 1230 - 1245 T4:OS2.5 - K  ey results and implications from The Sogndal school-intervention study - a prospective controlled intervention study of two-year school-based 60 minutes daily physical activity on cardiovascular disease risk factors G Resaland (Norway) 1245 - 1300 T4:OS2.6 - P  romoting health equity in European children: Design and methodology of the prospective EPHE (Epode for Promoting Health Equity) evaluation study. K Mantziki (Netherlands) Special Session: EASO Healthy Hydration Working Group Hall 9 Water as a lever for Obesity prevention and management Chairs: N Farpour-Lambert (Switzerland), M Lafontan (France) 1130 - 1200 Introducing Hydration to Health G Arnaoutis (Greece) 1200 - 1230 Water as a nutrient : record it for behavior change Isabelle Guelinckx (France) 1230 - 1300 Clinical Value of Hydration for Obesity Management H Toplak (Austria) 1300 - 1500 Lunch, Exhibition, Workshops and Posters

Guided Poster Sessions: Tracks 1, 5 and 6 Exhibition Hall Track 1 Chair: J Beltowski (Poland) Track 5 Chair: G Bogdanov (Bulgaria) Track 6 Chair: M Boyadjieva (Bulgaria) 1315 - 1445 Industry Supported Satellite Sessions

Please see page 23 for further information 1315 - 1445 Special Session

Special Session: Lessons from EU Projects Hall 9 Chairs: T Visscher (Netherlands) DORIAN P Iozzo (Italy) MooDFOOD M Cabout (Netherlands) SATIN               J Harrold (UK) SPOTLIGHT          J Lakerveld (Netherlands) PREVIEW     A Raben (Denmark) PREDIMED         M Martinez-Gonzalez (Spain) Each speaker will give an overview of the project, including the concept, results, outcomes and recommendations. The speakers will also discuss the challenges of developing consortia, preparing proposals and coordinating EU Commission funded multi centre research projects. 1500 - 1545 Plenary Lecture

T3:PL - Track 3 Plenary Lecture Hall 1 Chairs: JC Holm (Denmark), T Tankova (Bulgaria) What can we learn from the implications of hypothalamic obesity? H Müller (Germany) 1545 - 1615 Coffee Break/Exhibition

1615 - 1745 Association/Review/Workshop Sessions

Europpean Society for Clinical Investication (ESCI) Association Session Hall 1 Liver and Obesity: when fat is just too much Chairs: G Frühbeck (Spain), P Portincasa (Italy) 1615 - 1620 Forewords 1620 - 1640 Janus bifrons and the liver. On the ambivalence of fructose metabolism P Portincasa (Italy) 1640 - 1700 Fatty liver disease: from genotype to phenotype M Krawczyk (Germany) 1700 - 1720 Enhancement of brown fat thermogenesis using the bile acid chenodeoxycholic acid in mice C Palmeira (Portugal) 1720 - 1740 Relation between NAFLD and the gut microbiota JM Fernández-Real (Spain) 1740 - 1745 take home messages Panel T3:WS1 - Personalised treatment Hall 7 Coordinators: M Hassapidou (Greece) and V Iotova (Bulgaria) 1615 - 1645 T3:WS1.1 - From syndromic to the generally ‘not eating well’ obese pediatric patient – approaches and solutions V Iotova (Bulgaria) 1645 - 1715 T3:WS1.2 - The childhood obesity epidemic. Dietary prevention and treatment in the school and  family environment M Hassapidou (Greece) 1715 - 1745 Discussion and abstract input Time Track number: type of session - title of presentation Room / Presenting author

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Scientific Programme Thursday 29 May in Full 1615 - 1745

Association/Review/Workshop Sessions

T4:RS1 - The transdisciplinary approach: what can you do for obesity? Hall 8 Chairs: B Lozanov (Bulgaria), JM Oppert (France) 1615 - 1640 Sociocultural drivers of obesity early in life P Nowicka (Sweden) 1640 - 1705 Human movement in urban landscapes H Skov-Petersen (Denmark) 1705 - 1730 Weight discrimination - collateral damage in the war on obesity? F Schorb (Germany) 1730 - 1745 Discussion Panel T6 Case Study Session: Obesity, hypertension and atherosclerosis: can biomarkers help us? Hall 9 Chairs: A Raben (Denmark), J Wilding (UK) 1615 - 1645 Adipokines and arterial hypertension M Adamczank (Poland) 1645 - 1715 Obesity and arterial hypertension S Torbova (Bulgaria) 1715 - 1745 The effect of hs-CRP on hypertension, obesity and glucose tolerance I Satman (Turkey) 1745 - 1915 Industry Supported Satellite Sessions Please see page 23 for further information 1745 - 1915 Special Session Around the world in a day Hall 8 Chairs: J Breda (Denmark), T Lobstein (UK) 1745 - 1800 Chair’s Introduction J Breda (Denmark) 1800 - 1815 Obesity trends in Himalayan Mountain Villages between 1995 and 2013: Role in Diabetes? S Shah (UAE) 1815 - 1830 Obesity among adults in Kazakhstan: prevalence and risk factors S Tazhibayev (Republic of Kazakhstan) 1830 - 1845 Prevalence of overweight and characteristics of body fat composition among urban and rural school-children in Taiwan N-F Chu (Tawain) 1845 - 1900 Gender difference in intra-individual double burden of malnutrition among urban Tunisian adults J El Ati (Tunisia) 1745 - 2045 Special Session EASO Young Investigators United Session Hall 7 1745 - 1755 Welcome and Introductions YIU Board 1755 – 1825 YIU Best Thesis Award Presentations 1. Influence of Body Composition, Metabolism and Physical Activity on Mechanisms Controlling Energy Intake M Hopkins (UK) 2. The effect of chronic psychosocial stress on children’s health behaviour and body fatness N Michels (Belgium) 3. Melanocortin 5 receptor signaling pathways: Implications on adipocyte biology A Rodrigues (Portugal) 1825 – 1855 Senior Presentation 1: Adipose tissue fibrosis: is adipocyte a mechano-sensitive cell? K Clément (France) 1855 – 1925 Senior Presentation 2: Obesity Research: where do we go from here? J Blundell (UK) 1925 – 1940 WHO Internships: opportunities and experiences L Moraeus (Sweden) 1940 – 1945 Announcement of YIU Best Thesis Award winner YIU Board 1945 – late YIU Party

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Scientific Programme Friday 30 May at a glance Hall 1 Track 4 Plenary Lecture Social disparities in obesity and the economic crisis (0830 - 0915 hrs) Review/Workshop Sessions: 0930 - 1100 hrs Hall 7 Hall 8

Hall 1 T2/T4:RS1 Sleep & cognition

T1:WS1 Phenotyping by functional imaging

Hall 9

T5: Meet the Expert Current effective dietary approaches

T6: WS1 Endocrinopaties and obesity

Coffee Break/Commercial Exhibition (1100 - 1130 hrs) Oral Sessions: 1130 - 1300 hrs Hall 1

Hall 7

Hall 8

Hall 9

T6:OS1 Cardiometabolic Interactions

T1:OS2 Genetics, epigenetics & omics

T2:OS2 Psychosocial perspectives

T3:WS2 Assessment Standards in Childhood Obesity - a joint session with WHO EUROPE and the EASO COTF, PPHTF

Lunch, Exhibition and Posters (1300 - 1500 hrs) Exhibition Hall

Guided Poster Sessions: Tracks 2, 3, 4 and Hot Topics (1315 - 1445 hrs)

Hall 7

Hall 8

EU Funding Workshop (1315 - 1445)

EASO Patient Council Summit Meeting (1315 - 1445 hrs)

Hall 1 Track 5 Plenary Lecture Cross talks between gut microbes and host cells control energy homeostasis (1500 - 1545 hrs) Coffee Break/Commercial Exhibition (1545 - 1615 hrs) Review/Workshop Sessions: 1615 - 1745 hrs Hall 7 Hall 8

Hall 1 T4:RS2 Where are the anti-obesity drugs in Europe? Future strategies

EFAD Association Session: The dietetic contribution to weight management in the workplace

T4:WS1 EASO OMTF, PPHTF and WHO Europe: Guiding Principles on Obesity Management in Europe

T1:RS2 Future targets

Hall 7

Hall 8

Special Session: Obesity in the Arab World (1745 - 1915 hrs)

Special Session with the EASO COTF and ECOG: Establishing a paediatric multi disciplinary centre of excellence (1745 - 1915 hrs)

ECO2014 Gala Event (2000 - 2300 hrs)

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Scientific Programme Friday 30 May in Full Time

Track number: type of session - title of presentation

Room / Presenting author

0830 - 0915

Plenary Lecture

T4:PL - Track 4 Plenary Lecture Hall 1 Chairs: G Frühbeck (Spain), L Rangelova (Bulgaria) Social disparities in obesity and the economic crisis M Cecchini (France) 0930 - 1100 Review/Workshop Sessions

T2/T4:RS2 - Sleep and cognition Hall 1 Chairs: J Halford (UK), D Vandeva (Bulgaria) 0930 - 1000 T2:RS2.1 - Sleep deprivation E Martens (Netherlands) 1000 - 1030 T2:RS2.2 - Sleep, memory and obesity M Hallschmid (Germany) 1030 - 1045 T2:RS2.3 - Urinary Proteomics in Obstructive Sleep Apnoea with Obesity I Seetho (UK) 1045 - 1100 T2:RS2.4 - Evidence of metabolic syndrome at midlife and subsequent cognitive function V Andreeva (France) T1:WS1 - Phenotyping by functional imaging Hall 7 Coordinators: P Iozzo (Italy), K Virtanen (Finland) 0930 - 1100 Functional and metabolic imaging allows investigate organ-specific biochemical processes. This workshop will focus on the imaging of the brain and P Iozzo (Italy) adipose tissue, including brown fat and ectopic fat deposition. The lectures will describe specificities, advantages and disadvantages of different imaging K Virtanen (Finland) techniques, and provide an update on recent findings involving adipose tissue and brain in the pathophysiology of obesity and its complications. T5:ME1 - Meet the Expert: current effective dietary approaches Hall 8 Chairs: D Popova (Bulgaria), G Roman (Romania) 0930 - 1000 T5:ME1.1 - Lessons from Predimed, the Spanish Multi-Centre Study R Estruch (Spain) 1000 - 1030 T5:ME1.2 - The Nordic Diet T Meinert Larsen (Denmark) 1030 - 1100 T5:ME1.3 - Personalised dietary approaches: what works? M Gibney (Ireland) T6:WS1 - Endocrinopaties and obesity Hall 9 Chairs: D Micic (Serbia), R Pasquali (Italy) 0930 - 1000 Estrogen and obesity, the role in male and female P Bouchard (France) 1000 - 1030 Obesity and PCOS R Pasquali (Italy) 1030 - 1100 Hormonal alterations in obese children and adolescents: the focus on thyroid hormones T Reinehr (Germany) 1100 - 1130 Coffee Break/Exhibition

1130 - 1300 Oral Sessions T6:OS1 Cardiometabolic interactions Hall 1 Chairs: P Freitas (Portugal), S Torbova (Bulgaria) 1130 - 1145 T6:OS1.1 - Effects of therapeutic weight loss and metabolic improvement on P wave dispersion in overweight and obese patients A Giulia Falchi (Italy) 1145 - 1200 T6:OS1.2 - Correlation between Pulse Wave Velocity and Heart Rate Variability in Young Patients with Metabolic syndrome K Hristova (Bulgaria) 1200 - 1215 T6:OS1.3 - Sympathetic nervous system activation and lipid metabolism: the NEO study Hillebrand (Netherlands) 1215 - 1230 T6:OS1.4 - Epicardial adipose tissue and cardiometabolic parameters in obese women M Sumarac-Dumanovic (Serbia) 1230 - 1245 T6:OS1.5 - Akt/mTORC1 activation and oxidative stress promote the growth of dysplastic hepatocytes through increased apoptosis and compensatory proliferation in livers of obese and diabetic mice Arfianti (Australia) 1245 - 1300 T6:OS1.6 - Circulating anti-Müllerian hormone levels in relation to nutritional status and selected adipokines levels in polycystic ovary syndrome M Olszanecka-Glinianowicz (Poland) T1:OS2: Genetics, epigenetics & omics Hall 7 Chairs: M Haluzik (Czech Republic), A Rodriguez (Spain) 1130 - 1145 T1:OS2.1 - Haploinsufficiency of the retinoblastoma protein gene associates with browning of white fat J Ribot (Spain) 1145 - 1200 T1:OS2.2 - Identification of epigenetic changes upon adipocyte differentiation in the human SGBS cell line” N Gheldof (Switzerland) 1200 - 1215 T1:OS2.3 - Mitochondria-related effects and epigenetic changes induced by incretins and humanin in pancreatic β-cells. B Kiec-Wilk (Poland) 1215 - 1230 T1:OS2.4 - Global DNA methylation and hydroxymethylation during pregnancy: the effect of pre-pregnancy BMI and gestational weight gain S Pauwels (Belgium) 1230 - 1245 T1:OS2.5 - DNA methylation mediates the effect of maternal smoking during pregnancy on birth weight of the offspring L Küpers (Netherlands) 1245 - 1300 T1:OS2.6 - Lung transcriptomics in Metabolic Syndrome. S Rodríguez-Peredo (Mexico) T2:OS2 Psychosocial perspectives Hall 8 Chairs: A Ahern (UK), R Dimova (Bulgaria) 1130 - 1145 T2:OS2.1 - Non-normative eating behavior in prebariatric patients with binge-eating disorder and night eating syndrome S Baldofski (Germany) 1145 - 1200 T2:OS2.2 - Study on stress related changes in obese females Vandeva (Bulgaria) 1200 - 1215 T2:OS2.3 - Attitudes of health care professionals towards female obese patients C Sikorski (Germany) 1215 - 1230 T2:OS2.4 - Mandatory menu energy labelling and socio-economic disparities in overweight and obesity D Sarink (Australia) 1230 - 1245 T2:OS2.5 - Towards an understanding of socioeconomic differences in fruit consumption: A descriptive study of food reward value R Pechey (UK) 1245 - 1300 T2:OS2.6 - Association between occupational psychosocial factors and waist circumference is modified by diet: a population-based cohort study A Jääskeläinen (Finland)

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Scientific Programme Friday 30 May in Full Time

Track number: type of session - title of presentation

1130 - 1300

Oral Sessions

Room / Presenting author

T3:WS3 - EASO COTF, PPHTF and WHO Europe Workshop Hall 9 Assessment of Childhood Obesity Chairs: J Baker (Denmark), S Lehtinen-Jacks (Finland), T Wijnhoven (Denmark) 1130 - 1150 The current situation: growth references and the effect of these on prevalence estimates J Baker (Denmark) 1150 - 1210 The importance of growth monitoring in practice T Wijnhoven (Denmark) 1210 - 1230 Translating results from different references: from science to policy J van Raaij (Netherlands) 1230 - 1300 Panel Discussion Panel 1300 - 1500 Lunch, Exhibition, and Posters

Guided Poster Sessions: Tracks 2, 3, 4 and Hot Topics Exhibition Hall Track 2 Chair: P Gateva (Bulgaria) Track 3 Chair: P Petrov (Bulgaria) Track 4 Chiar: M Nikolova (Bulgaria) 1315 - 1445 Workshops

Special Session: EU Funding Workshop Hall 7 Coordinator: C Skentelbery (Belgium) The European Biotechnology Network is pleased to deliver a workshop that focuses on building industry-academic partnerships for collaborative research. C Skentelbery (Belgium) H2020 is now underway and there are opportunities for funded collaboration across the spectrum of obesity research. Join us to understand all aspects of building strong partnerships across sectors and organisation types and begin your collaborative journey with the maximum likelihood of success. 1500 - 1545 Plenary Lecture

T5:PL - Track 5 Plenary Lecture Hall 1 Chairs: M Konstantinova (Bulgaria), U Pagotto (Italy) Cross talks between gut microbes and host cells control energy homeostasis P Cani (Belgium) 1545 - 1615 Coffee Break/Exhibition 1615 - 1745 Association/Review/Workshop Sessions

T4:RS2 - Where are the anti-obesity drugs in Europe? Future Strategies Hall 1 Chairs: N Boyadjieva (Bulgaria), H Toplak (Austria) 1615 - 1645 T4:RS2.1 - The North American story A Sharma (Canada) 1645 - 1715 T4:RS2.2 - The European Situation A Astrup (Denmark) 1715 - 1730 T4:RS2.3 - E  fficacy and safety of liraglutide 3.0 mg for weight management in overweight and obese adults: the SCALE™ Obesity and Prediabetes, a randomised, double-blind and placebo-controlled trial J Wilding (UK) 1730 - 1745 A Position Statement from the EASO OMTF H Toplak (Austria) Association Session : EFAD Hall 7 The dietetic contribution to weight management in the workplace Chairs: A d Loy (UK) and M Hassapidou (Greece) 1615-1635 The contribution of European dietitians to Health 2020 A de Looy (UK) 1635-1655 Community obesity care. The Amsterdam experience E Govers (Netherlands) 1655-1715 Dietitians fighting obesity in Greek municipalities. Results from the Nutrition-Health Alliance project M Hassapidou (Greece) 1715-1735 Dietetic Pitfalls after Bariatric Surgery N ten Hoor-Aukema (Netherlands) 1735-1745 Discussion Panel T4:WS1 - EASO OMTF, PPHTF and WHO Europe: Guiding Principles on Obesity Management in Europe Hall 8 Chairs: J Breda (Denmark), T Visscher (Netherlands), V Yumuk (Turkey) 1615 - 1635 The development of EASO management guidelines and Centres for Obesity Management (COMs) V Hainer (Czech Republic) 1635 - 1655 Current status of Obesity management and the role of health promotion in Europe and suggestions for future directions M Uerlich (Netherlands) 1655 - 1715 The Patient perspective when developing guidelines for obesity prevention and management M van Spanje (Netherlands) 1715 - 1735 Developing European guidance for health promotion in obesity management J Breda (Denmark) 1735 - 1745 General discussion with the audience Panel T1:RS2 - Future targets Hall 9 Chairs: D Ivanova (Bulgaria), G Mellgren (Norway) 1615 - 1645 T1:RS2.1 - Mitochondria, ageing and exercise E Nisoli (Italy) 1645 - 1700 T1:RS2.3 - Inhibition of the elongation factor 1A attenuates diet-induced obesity metabolic dysfunctions in mic S Julien (Singapore) 1700 - 1715 T1:RS2.4 - Deficiency of mitochondrial nicotinamide nucleotide transhydrogenase predisposes C57BL6 mice to metabolic syndrome H Oliveira (Brazil) 1715 - 1745 T1:RS2.2 - Control of adipocytres by the brain M Lopez (Spain)

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Scientific Programme Friday 30 May in Full Time

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Room / Presenting author

1745 - 1915

Special Session

Special Session: Obesity in the Arab World Hall 7 Chair: O A Obeid (Lebanon) The status of obesity in the Arab World (causal factors, response programmes and outcomes) O A Obeid (Lebanon) The importance of multicentre studies: lessons from Europe (opportunities, challenges, difficulties) V Yumuk (Turkey) Nutritional profile of Lebanese NAFLD patients: A case-control study N Sayegh (Lebanon) Demographic, socioeconomic, dietary and physical activity determinants of obesity in a nationally representative sample of the Lebanese adult population MC Chamieh (Lebanon) Prevalence of body weight and body shape dissatisfaction among secondary school girls in Qatar A Kerkadi (Qatar) 1745 - 1915 Special Session

Special Session: EASO COTF and ECOG Hall 8 Establishing Paediatric Centres of Excellence Chairs: P Nowicka (Sweden), R Weiss (Israel) 1745 - 1755 Chairs Introduction 1755 - 1820 Experience from Salzburg, Austria D Weghuber (Austria) 1820 - 1845 Experience from HolbĂŚk, Denmar J-C Holm (Denmark) 1845 - 1915 Discussion about next steps towards European standards Panel and Audience 2000 - 2300 Social Programme ECO2014 Gala Event Restaurant Veseloto Selo

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Scientific Programme Saturday 31 May at a glance Hall 1 Track 6 Plenary Lecture Adipose tissue oxygen tension in obesity: the gateway to chronic diseases? (0830 - 0915 hrs) Hall 1 ECO2014 Closing Ceremony and Awards Presentation (0915 - 0945) Oral Sessions: 0945 - 1115 hrs Hall 1

Hall 7

Hall 8

Hall 9

Special Oral Session: Maternal Conditioning

T5:OS2 Diet, lifestyle and alternatives

Hot Topic Oral Session 1 Tracks 1, 2 and 6

Coffee Break (brunch)/Commercial Exhibition (1115 - 1145 hrs) Association/Review/Workshop Sessions: 1145 - 1315 hrs Hall 1

Hall 7

Hall 8

Hall 9

Hot Topic Oral Session 2 Tracks 3, 4 and 5

T5:RS1 Endocrine response to operation on healthy organs

T5:WS4 Successful weight loss/weight control programmes

Hall 1 Closing Session: Protein, carbs and fats in personalized weight control â&#x20AC;&#x201C; efficacy and safety (1330 - 1430 hrs)

Scientific Programme Saturday 31 May in Full Time

Track number: type of session - title of presentation

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0830 - 0915

Plenary Lecture

0830 - 0915 T6: Plenary Lecture Hall 1 Chairs: R Asenova (Bulgaria), JM Oppert (France) Adipose tissue oxygen tension in obesity: the gateway to chronic diseases? G Goossens (Netherlands) 0915 - 0945 ECO2013 Closing Ceremony ECO2013 Closing Ceremony and Award Presentations Hall 1 Chairs: G FrĂźhbeck (Spain), M Fried (Czech Republic)

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Scientific Programme Saturday 31 May in Full Time

Track number: type of session - title of presentation

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0945 - 1115

Oral Sessions

Special oral session: Maternal conditioning Hall 7 Chairs: D Mullerova (Czech Republic), S Petrova (Bulgaria) 0945 - 1000 Prepregnancy body mass index and its impact on gestational diabetes M Boyadzhieva (Bulgaria) 1000 - 1015 Fetal and neonatal body composition in obese pregnant women: antenatal predictors of neonatal adiposity. S Galjaard (Belgium) 1015 - 1030 Maternal obesity impacts brain insulin sensitivity and glucose uptake in the offspring. E Sanguinetti (Italy) 1030 - 1045 Longer term child growth and maternal feeding practices outcomes of the NOURISH obesity prevention trial. L Daniels (Australia) 1045 - 1100 Maternal hyperlipidemia during pregnancy associates with fetal telomere shortening MA Guzzardi (Italy) 1100 - 1115 Effects of maternal gastric bypass surgery on weight status and body esteem in offspring. Willmer (Sweden) T5:OS2 Diet, lifestyle & alternatives Hall 8 Chairs: S Lehtinen-Jacks (Finland), J Staykova (Bulgaria) 0945 - 1000 T5:OS2.1 - Effects of lifestyle counselling on weight reduction and metabolic syndrome in obese male professional drivers – NCT00893646 J Puhkala (Finland) 1000 - 1015 T5:OS2.2 - Longitudinal association between yogurt consumption and weight gain, and the risk of overweight/obesity: The SUN cohort study MA Martinez-Gonzalez (Spain) 1015 - 1030 T5:OS2.3 - Effect of Pistachio Intake on Insulin Resistance and metabolic risk markers – the EPIRDEM Study P Hernández-Alonso (Spain) 1030 - 1045 T5:OS2.4 - Treatment of Obesity by Temporary Controllable Intragastric Pseudobezoars: Pseudofood for Non-Invasive Gastric Volume Reduction M Mintchev (Canada) 1045 - 1100 T5:OS2.5 - Dance Therapy - Its effect on quality of life, and functional capacity L Allet (Switzerland) C Lefranc-Millot (France) 1100 - 1115 T5:OS2.6 - Potential benefits of colonic fermentation of NUTRIOSE®, a wheat dextrin soluble fibre, for weight management and obesity prevention Special Session: Hot Topic Oral Presentations 1 Hall 9 Chairs: M Orbetzova (Bulgaria) Each presentation to last 12 minutes. Enhancement of Brown Fat Thermogenesis Using Chenodeoxycholic Acid In Mice CM Palmeira (Portugal) Expression of vitamin D receptor and metabolizing enzymes in human adipose tissue – the influence of fat mass and inflammation C Ding (UK) Investigation of adipocyte proteome during the differentiation of brown preadipocytes Bae Kwang-Hee (south Korea) Food insecurity and overweight among Dutch food bank recipients JE Neter (Netherlands) Developing a methodology to capture consumer understanding and experience of sensory, nutrient and psychological attributes of food for successful weight management in dieters and non-dieters. NJ Buckland (UK) Association between Metabolic Syndrome and Three-Dimensional Breast Density Using Digital Mammography Kang, Jee-Hyun JH (South Korea) 1115 - 1145 Coffee Break/Exhibition 1145 - 1315 Review/Workshop Sessions

Special Session: Hot Topic Oral Presentations 2 Hall 7 Chairs: M Holecki (Poland), S Petrova (Bulgaria) Each presentation to last 12 minutes. The influence of familial predisposition to cardiovascular complications upon childhood obesity treatment LA Nielsen (Denmark) The Metabolic Syndrome and Insulin Sensitivity in Lean and Obese Children CE Fonvig (Denmark) Dietary intervention in group of obese children in prepubertal age HW Weker (Poland) Assessing school food policies across the EU28 plus Norway and Switzerland S Storcksdieck (Italy) Assessing Cardiometabolic Risk in Middle-Aged Adults Using Body Mass Index and Waist-Height Ratio – Are Two Indices Better Than One? SR Millar (Ireland) Calorie-labelling in catering outlets; effect on sales and customers’ acceptability CK Nikolaou (UK) The stiffness of adipose tissue is associated with metabolic parameters in morbidly obese patients Liu Yuejun L.Y (France) T5:RS1 - Endocrine response to operation on healthy organs Hall 8 Chairs: D Micic (Serbia) 1145 - 1215 T5:RS1.1 - Are incretins the drivers? M Haluzik (Czech Republic) 1215 - 1245 T5:RS1.2 - The elimination of diabetes post operatively G Mingrone (Italy) 1245 - 1300 T5:RS1.3 - Rates, causes, and risk factors of 1-year mortality after bariatric surgery JW Tao (Sweden) 1300 - 1315 T5:RS1.4 - The one-year effect of Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery and intensive lifestyle intervention on systemic arterial stiffness a non-randomized clinical study. N Nordstrand (Norway) T5:WS4 - Successful weight loss/weight control programmes Hall 9 Coordinators: A Ahern (UK) and M Svendsen (Norway) 1145 - 1210 Successful interventions for weight loss in primary care and the challenge of long term weight maintenance A Ahern (UK) 1210 - 1235 Nutritional therapy for weight management – from trials to clinical settings M Svendsen (Norway) 1235 - 1300 The Bulgarian experience in the management of obesity T Handjieva-Darlenska (Bulgaria) 1300 - 1315 Discussion Panel 1330 - 1430 Plenary Lecture Closing Plenary Lecture Hall 1 Chairs: D Carvalho (Portugal), T Handjieva-Darlenska (Bulgaria) Protein, carbs and fats in personalised weight control - efficacy and safety A Astrup (Denmark)

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Posters Thursday 29 May 2014 TRACK 1 – Discovery and Integrative Science T1 - Guided Posters T1:PO.001 T1: PO.002

THE ROLE OF REPIN1 IN ADIPOSE TISSUE Hesselbarth (Germany), Kern, Stumvoll, Blueher, Kloeting

T1: PO.003

TRAIL (TNF-RELATED APOPTOSIS-INDUCING LIGAND) PROMOTES HUMAN PREADIPOCYTE PROLIFERATION VIA ERK1/2 ACTIVATION Jan-Bernd Funcke (Germany), Verena Zoller, Muad Abd El Hay, Klaus-Michael Debatin, Martin Wabitsch, Pamela Fischer-Posovszky

T1: P0.004

BODY FAT PERCENTAGE IS A MAJOR DETERMINANT OF TOTAL BILIRUBIN LEVELS INDEPENDENTLY OF UGT1A1*28 POLYMORPHISM IN OBESE CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS Luís Belo (Portugal), Henrique Nascimento, Michaela Kohlova, Elsa Bronze-Rocha, João Fernandes, Elísio Costa, Cristina Catarino, Luísa Aires, Helena Mansilha, Petronila Rocha-Pereira, Alexandre Quintanilha, Carla Rêgo, Alice Santos-Silva

T1: PO.005

FUNCTIONAL CORRELATES OF SARCOPENIC OBESITY Corinna Geisler (Germany), Inga Asbeck, Maike Johannsen, Manfred James Müller, Mario Lichtenwimmer

ROLE OF COUP-TFII IN ADIPOGENESIS Ilse Scroyen (Belgique), Dries Bauters, Christine Vranckx, Roger Lijnen

T1:PO.006 LONG CHAIN POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS MODULATE THE IMPACT OF THE GCKR PRO446LEU POLYMORPHISM ON TRIGLYCERIDES IN ADOLESCENTS: THE HELENA STUDY  Julien Rousseaux (France), Alain Duhamel, Jean Dallongeville, Denes Molnar, Kurt Widhalm, Yannis Manios6, Michael Sjostrom, Anthony Kafatos, Christina Breidenassel, Marcela Gonzales-Gross, Magdalena Cuenca, Laura Censi, Marcos Ascension, Stefaan De Henauw, Luis Aznar Moreno, Aline Meirhaeghe, Frédéric Gottrand T1: PO.007

CHANGES INDUCED BY RESVERATROL IN THE EXPRESSION OF MICRORNAS IN RAT ADIPOSE TISSUE Ana Gracia (Spain), Jonatan Miranda, Alfredo Fernandez, María Puy Portillo

T1: PO.008

RETINOBLASTOMA PROTEIN DEFICIENCY INCREASES LIPID CATABOLISM CAPACITY IN SKELETAL MUSCLE Petar Petrov (Spain), Andreu Palou, María Luisa Bonet, Joan Ribot

T1: PO.009 DNA-METHYLATION PATTERN OF GENES INVOLVED IN TRIACYLGLYCEROL METABOLISM IN RAT ADIPOSE TISSUE INDUCED BY AN OBESOGENIC DIET AND POLYPHENOL SUPPLEMENTATION María Portillo (Spain), Ana Gracia, Xabier Elcoroaristizabal, Alfredo Fernández-Quintela, Jonatan Miranda, Marian Martínez de Pancorbo, Naiara Bediaga, Agnes Rimando T1: PO.010

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS OF N-3 PUFA SUPPLEMENTATION IN OBESITY. THE BIOCLAIMS STUDY Goralska (Poland), Razny, Malczewska-Malec, Kiec-Wilk, Polus, Zdzienicka, Gruca, Wnek, Stancel-Mozwillo, Malecki

T1: PO.011

EFFECT OF L-ARGININE SUPPLEMENTATION ON INSULIN RESISTANCE AND MINERAL STATUS IN OBESE PATIENTS Pupek-Musialik (Poland), Bogdanski, Suliburska, Szulinska

T1: PO.012

DIETARY INFLAMMATORY INDEX AND ADIPOSITY AMONG HIGH-RISK SUBJECTS: THE PREDIMED STUDY Maira Bes-Rastrollo (Spain), Miguel Ruiz-Canela, Nittin Shivappa, James R. Hebert, Ana Sanchez-Tainta, Dolores Corella, Jordi Salas-Salvado, Maria Isabel Covas, Rosa Lamuela-Raventos, Francisco Aros, Enrique Gomez-Gracia, Miquel Fiol, Jose Manuel Santos, Lluis Serra-Majem, Xavier Pinto, Jose A. Martinez, Emilio Ros, Ramon Estruch, Miguel A. Martinez-Gonzalez

T1: PO. 013 DIETARY SUGARS DOWNREGULATE INTESTINAL SWEET TASTE RECEPTORS LEADING TO ALTERED GLUCOSE ABSORPTION IN MICE George Kyriazis (US), Kathleen Smith, Tania Hussain, Richard Pratley T1: PO.014

ANTHROPOMETRIC INDICES AND SELENIUM STATUS IN BRITISH ADULTS: THE U.K. NATIONAL DIET AND NUTRITION SURVEY Tigbe (UK), Spina, Guallar, Rayman, Kandala, Stranges

T1: PO.015

THE ROLE OF OXYTOCIN IN PATHOGENESIS OF OBESITY Lucia Gajdosechova (Slovakia), Katarina Krskova, Maciej Suski, Vladimir Sisovsky, Natasa Hlavacova, Stanislav Babic, Daniela Jezova, Rafal Olszanecki, Stefan Zorad

T1: PO.016

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFLAMMATION, NUTRITIONAL STATUS, INSULIN RESISTANCE AND CIRCULATING FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 23 LEVELS IN ELDERLY POPULATION Michal Holecki (Poland), Jerzy Chudek, Aleksander Owczarek, Magdalena Olszanecka-Glinianowicz, Maria Bożentowicz-Wikarek, Jan Duława, Małgorzata Mossakowska, Tomasz Zdrojewski, Anna Skalska, Andrzej Więcek

T1: PO.017

ILEAL INFUSION OF SUCROSE OR CASEIN REDUCES FOOD INTAKE AND ALTERS GASTROINTESTINAL HORMONES Van Avesaat (Netherlands), Troost, Ripken, Hendriks, Masclee

T1: P0.018

EVOLUTION OF CENTRAL LEPTIN SENSITIVITY IN DIET-INDUCED-OBESE MINIPIGS Marie Pigeyre (France), Alexandra Chmielewski, Laurence Quintane, Thomas Hubert, Monique Romon, Vincent Prévot, François Pattou

Adipose Tissues T1: PO.019 BARDOXOLONE METHYL REDUCES ADIPOCYTE SIZE AND IMPROVES THE EXPRESSION PROFILE OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND INFLAMMATORY PROTEINS IN THE WHITE ADIPOSE TISSUE OF HIGH FAT DIET-INDUCED OBESE MICE CHI DINH (Australia), Alexander Szabo, Danielle Camer, Yinghua Yu, Xu-Feng Huang

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T1: PO.020

EPA, DHA AND DHA/ARA EXERT DIFFERENTIAL DIRECT BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ON HUMAN PRIMARY ADIPOCYTES Tania Romacho (Germany), Isabel Richter, Philipp Glosse, Manuela Elsen, Marieke Schoemaker, Eric van Tol, Juergen Eckel

T1: PO.021

A COMBINATION OF RESVERATROL AND QUERCETIN STIMULATES THE DEVELOPMENT OF BRITE ADIPOCYTES IN WHITE ADIPOSE TISSUE FROM RATS María del Puy Portillo (Spain), Noemí Arias, Catalina Picó, Paula Oliver, María Teresa Macarulla, Jonatan Miranda, Andreu Palou

T1: PO.022

CULTURED 3T3L1 ADIPOCYTES DISPOSE OF EXCESS MEDIUM GLUCOSE AS LACTATE UNDER ABUNDANT OXYGEN AVAILABILITY Maria del Mar Grasa (Spain), David Sabater, Sofía Arriarán, Maria del Mar Romero, Agnelli Silvia, Xavier Remesar, José-Antonio Fernández-López, Marià Alemany


Posters Thursday 29 May 2014 T1:PO.023 BROWN AND BEIGE ADIPOSE TISSUE MARKER GENE EXPRESSION IN HUMAN ABDOMINAL ADIPOSE TISSUE IS FAT DEPOT-SPECIFIC AND RELATED TO OBESITY, INSULIN SENSITIVITY AND HYPERGLYCEMIA Lakowa (Germany), Flehmig, Lorenz, Lohmann, Schön, Dietrich, Klöting, Stumvoll, Blüher T1: PO.024 OSTEOPONTIN DEFICIENCY PREVENTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF OBESITY AND FATTY LIVER VIA IMPAIRED ADIPOSE TISSUE MATRIX REMODELLING AND REDUCED INFLAMMATION AND FIBROSIS IN ADIPOSE TISSUE AND LIVER IN MICE Javier Gómez-Ambrosi (Spain), Andoni Lancha, Amaia Rodríguez, Victoria Catalán, Sara Becerril, Neira Sáinz, Beatriz Ramírez, María A. Burrell, Gema Frühbeck T1:PO.025

THE AGE-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN METABOLIC ACTIVITY OF RAT ADIPOCYTES Kinga Gwóźdź (Pologne), Agnieszka Stefańska, Łukasz Szczeszek, Tomasz Szkudelski, Katarzyna Szkudelska, Leszek Nogowski

T1: PO.026

DYSREGULATED EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX GENE EXPRESSION LEVELS IN ADIPOSE TISSUE OF PATIENTS WITH COLON CANCER Victoria Catalán (Spain), Javier Gómez-Ambrosi, Amaia Rodríguez, Beatriz Ramírez, Camilo Silva, Fernando Rotellar, José Luis Hernández-Lizoain, Jorge Baixauli, Victor Valentí, Javier Salvador, Gema Frühbeck

T1: PO.027

EVALUATION OF GLUCOSE TRANSPORTERS (GLUT1 & GLUT4) AND UCP1 EXPRESSION IN BROWN ADIPOSE TISSUE IN SHORT TERM-FASTED RAAV-LEPTIN TREATED MICE. NAOHIKO UENO (Japan), Akihiro Asakawa, Akio Inui

T1: PO.028

REGULATION OF THE CONVERSION OF WHITE TO BROWN ADIPOCYTES BY ARACHIDONIC ACID METABOLIC PATHWAY Rayane Ghandour (France)

T1: PO.029

ESTABLISHMENT OF LIPOFECTION FOR STUDYING MIRNA FUNCTION IN HUMAN ADIPOCYTES Enlund (Germany), Fischer, Handrick, Otte, Debatin, Wabitsch, Fischer-Posovszky

T1: PO. 030 LOW DOSES OF QUERCETIN INHIBIT ADIPOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION IN 3T3-L1 PRE-ADIPOCYTES María Puy Portillo (Spain), Itziar Eseberri, Jonatan Miranda, Arrate Lasa, Itziar Churruca T1: PO.031

ATGL AND HSL DEFICIENCY CONTRIBUTES TO INSULIN RESISTANCE IN HUMAN PRIMARY ADIPOCYTES Johan Jocken (Netherlands), Gijs Goossens, Yvonne Essers, Nicole Hoebers, Ellen Blaak

T1: PO.032

RESVERATROL DOES NOT INCREASE BODY FAT LOSS INDUCED BY ENERGY RESTRICTION Goiuri Alberdi (Spain), María Teresa Macarulla, Víctor Manuel Rodríguez, María del Puy Portillo

T1: PO.033

EPICARDIAL ADIPOSE TISSUE AND CARDIOMETABOLIC PARAMETERS IN OBESE WOMEN Mirjana Sumarac-Dumanovic (Serbia), Jelena Milin-Lazovic, Danica Stamenkovic-Pejkovic, Danka Jeremic, Goran Cvijovic, Ana Gligic, Snezana Polovina, Dragan Micic

T1: PO.034

APOLIPOPROTEIN CIII OVEREXPRESSION EXACERBATES HIGH FAT DIET-INDUCED ADIPOSITY BY MODULATING LIPID STORAGE, LIPOGENESIS AND LIPOLYSIS RATES Helena Raposo (Brazil), Larissa Sato, Adriene Paiva, Helena Oliveira

T1: PO.035

PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ADIPOCYTE MODEL FOR STUDYING OF PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS EXPOSURE Dana Mullerova (Czech Republic), Vlastimil Kulda, Miroslava Cedikova, Jana Dvorakova, Michaela Kripnerova, Pavel Sedlacek, Vaclav Babuska, Martin Pesta, Milena Kralickova

T1: PO.036 ABOUT ONE THIRD OF THE RAT FAT RESERVES IS DISPERSED OUT OF THE MAJOR ADIPOSE TISSUE SITES; CAFETERIA DIET INCREASES ITS LEVELS IN THE SAME PROPORTION THAT MAIN ADIPOSE STORES Maria del Mar Grasa (Spain), Maria del Mar Romero, Stephanie Roy, Karl Pouillot, Montserrat Esteve, José-Antonio Fernández-López, Marià Alemany, Xavier Remesar T1: PO.037

RESVERATROL AND QUERCETIN: A GOOD COMBINATION TO PREVENT FAT ACCUMULATION IN WHITE ADIPOSE TISSUE Noemí Arias (Spain), María Teresa Macarulla, Leixuri Aguirre, Jonatan Miranda, María del Puy Portillo

T1: PO.038

ENERGY AND MACRONUTRIENTS CONTENT OF ORAL HOSPITAL DIET PRESCRIBED TO CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE PATIENTS ON CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT Késia Diego Quintaes (Brazil), Janiara David Silva, Karine Louvera Silva, Sueli Baggio, Marcelo Morgano, Aline Nemer

T1:PO.039

PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ADIPOCYTE MODEL FOR STUDYING OF PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS EXPOSURE Dana Mullerova (Czech Republic), Vlastimil Kulda, Jana Dvorakova, Miroslava Cedikova, Michaela Kripnerova, Vaclav Babuska, Pavel Sedlacek, Martin Pesta, Milena Kralickova

Body composition and obesity phenotypes T1:PO.040

PREVALENCE OF SARCOPENIA IN MIDDLE-AGE OBESE OUTPATIENTS Rosa Sammarco (Italy), Maurizio Marra, Concetta Montagnese, Eliana De Rosa, Michele Onufrio, valeria Amato, Lidia Santarpia, Carmela De Caprio, Franco Contaldo, Fabrizio Pasanisi

T1:PO.041

RELATIONSHIP OF INTERMUSCULAR ADIPOSE TISSUE WITH EPICARDIAL FAT MEASURED BY MRI IN SEDENTARY LEAN, OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE SUBJECTS Valeria Guglielmi (Italy), Luciano Maresca, Mauro Di Roma, Chiara Lanzillo, Monica D’Adamo, Alfonso Bellia, Davide Lauro, Massimo Federici, Paolo Preziosi, Paolo Sbraccia

T1:PO.042

EFFECT OF ISOCALORIC DIETS WITH AN UNBALANCED MACRONUTRIENT PROPORTION ON DIFFERENT PARAMETERS RELATED TO ADIPOSITY AND ENERGY HOMEOSTASIS IN RATS Ruben Diaz-Rua (Spain), Estefania García-Ruiz, Antoni Caimari, Andreu Palou, Paula Oliver

T1:PO.043

PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF SARCOPENIA IN OBESE PATIENTS FROM SOUTHERN ITALY Eliana De Rosa (Italy) , Santarpia Lidia, Marra Maurizio, Sammarco Rosa, Valeria Amato, Michele Onufrio, Giovanni De Simone, Franco Contaldo, Fabrizio Pasanisi

T1:PO.044

IMPACT OF BODY COMPOSITION DURING WEIGHT CHANGE ON RESTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND HOMA INDEX IN OVERWEIGHT NON SMOKING ADULTS Maryam Pourhassan (Germany), Anja Bosy-Westphal, Britta Schautz, Wiebke Braun, Glüer, Manfred James Müller

T1:PO.045

COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY DURING VERY-HIGH-FAT AND ISO-CALORIC LOW-FAT DIET INTERVENTIONS IN OVERWEIGHT MEN – RESULTS FROM A RANDOMIZED TRIAL Øyvin Eng (Norway), Vivian L. Veum, Johnny Laupsa-Borge, Terje Larsen, Espen Rostrup, Oddrun Gudbrandsen, Simon N. Dankel, Jan Erik Nordrehaug, Ottar Nygård, Jørn V. Sagen, Gunnar Mellgren

T1:PO.046

VERTEBRAL BONE MARROW FAT IS INCREASED IN OBESE WOMEN: RELATIONSHIP WITH EPICARDIAL FAT Ermetici Federica (Italy), Alexis Elias (Italy), Briganti Silvia, Alessandra Delnevo, Paola Cannaò, Francesco Secchi, Gianni Di Leo, Elena Dozio, Massimiliano Corsi Romanelli, Francesco Sardanelli, Morricone Lelio

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Posters Thursday 29 May 2014 T1:PO.047

RATE OF WEIGHT LOSS AND LOSS OF FAT FREE MASS IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE SUBJECTS Roel Vink (Germany), Roumans, Arkenbosch, Mariman, van Baak

T1:PO.048

Waist-to-hip or waist-to-height ratio which better discriminate insulin resistance and hypertriglyceridemia? A morbid obesity sample analysis Eva Lau (Portugal), Joana Oliveira, Filipe Cunha, Claúdia Nogueira, Sandra Belo, Ana Saavedra, Maria Costa, Ana Santos, Paula Freitas, Ana Varela, Joana Queiróz, Flora Correia, AMTCO Group, Davide Carvalho

T1:PO.049

SEX DIFFERENCES IN SELF-PERCEIVED FATIGUE AND HANDGRIP PERFORMANCE AND ITS RELATION WITH BODY COMPOSITION IN OBESE CHILDREN Stijn Vantieghem (Belgium), Steven Provyn, Jonathan Tresignie, Ivan Bautmans

T1:PO.050

VISCERAL MEASUREMENT THROUGH COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY WAS A SIGNIFICANT METABOLIC DETERMINANT IN KOREAN OVERWEIGHT SUBJECTS Kyurae Lee (Sourh Korea), Hyunhee Choi, Wonyong Kim

T1:PO.051

ACCURACY OF PREDICTIVE EQUATIONS FOR ESTIMATING RESTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN OVERWEIGHT ADULT FEMALES Rosa Sammarco (Italy), Maurizio Marra, Fiorella Vitale, Maria Luisa Di Guglielmo, Michele Onufrio, Marianna Naccarato, Iolanda Cioffi, Feliciana Fierro, Franco Contaldo, Fabrizio Pasanisi

T1:PO.052

THYLAKOIDS, EXTRACTED FROM SPINACH, SUPPLEMENTED TO A HIGH FAT DIET GIVEN TO RATS, REDUCE FAT MASS WITHOUT AFFECTING BODY WEIGHT Eva-Lena Stenblom (Sweden), Emil Egecioglu, Caroline Montelius, Björn Weström, Charlotte Erlanson-Albertsson

T1:PO.053

CHANGES IN WEIGHT AND METABOLIC PARAMETERS AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY Joana Oliveira (Portugal), Eva Lau, Filipe Cunha, Cláudia Nogueira, Sandra Belo, Ana Saavedra, Maria Manuel Costa, Ana Cristina Santos, Paula Freitas, Ana Varela, Joana Queirós, Flora Correia, Davide Carvalho, AMTCO Group

T1:PO.054

ASSESSMENT OF CENTRAL OBESITY AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS BY USING WEIGHT TO HEIGHT RATIO Hande YILMAZ (Turkey), Saniye BILICI, Nevin SANLIER, Semra NAVRUZ, Büşra AYHAN, Süleyman KOSE

Genetics, Epigenetics and Omics T1:PO.055

CHANGES INDUCED BY RESVERATROL IN THE EXPRESSION OF MICRORNAS IN RAT ADIPOSE TISSUE María del Puy Portillo (Spain), Ana Gracia, Jonatan Miranda, Alfredo Fernández-Quintela

T1:PO.056 ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OBESITY AND COMMON POLYMORPHISMS IN FTO, HOXB5, LCT, MC4R, MSRA, NRXN3, OLFM4, PPARGC1A, SEC16B, TFAP2B, AND TMEM18 GENES AMONG A SAMPLE OF PORTUGUESE CHILDREN David Albuquerque (Portugal), Clévio Nóbrega, Licínio Manco T1:PO.057 DNA-METHYLATION PATTERN OF GENES INVOLVED IN TRIACYLGLYCEROL METABOLISM IN RAT ADIPOSE TISSUE INDUCED BY AN OBESOGENIC DIET AND POLYPHENOL SUPPLEMENTATION María Puy Portillo (Spain), Ana Gracia, Xabier Elcoroaristizabal, Jonatan Miranda, Alfredo Fernandez-Quintela, Marian Martinez de Pancorbo, Naiara G. Bediaga, Agnes Rimando T1:PO.058

DOES DIETARY TOTAL ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY CONTRIBUTE TO MAINTAIN TELOMERE LENGTH IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS? Miguel Angel Martinez-Gonzalez (Spain), Sonia Garcia-Calzon, Adriana Moleres, M Cristina Azcona-Sanjulian, J Alfredo Martinez, Guillermo Zalba, Amelia Marti

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ACTIVATION OF PATHWAY OF NOTCH SIGNALING IN HIPPOCAMPUS IN MICE OFFSPRING BY MATERNAL CONSUMPTION OF HIGH-FAT DIET DURING PREGNANCY AND LACTATION Cristiano Mendes-da-Silva (Brazil), Simone Ferreira Lemes, Tanyara da Silva Baliani, Milena Diorio Versutti, Lício Augusto Velloso, Marcio Alberto Torsoni

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ADDITIVE EFFECTS OF COMMON GENE VARIANTS ON OBESITY AND RELATED TRAITS IN CZECH ADOLESCENTS Lenka Dusatkova (Czech Republic), Hana Zamrazilova, Irena Aldhoon Hainerova, Barbora Sedlackova, Josef Vcelak, Petr Hlavaty, Bela Bendlova, Marie Kunesova, Vojtech Hainer

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SATURATED FAT INTAKE MODULATES THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN AND OBESITY GENETIC RISK SCORE AND BMI IN TWO US POPULATIONS Patricia Casas-Agustench (Spain), Donna K. Arnett Arnett, Caren Smith, Chao-Qiang Lai, Laurence Parnell, Ingrid Borecki, Yu-Chi Lee, José Maria Ordovás

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THE POLYMORPHISM OF ARG158CYS APOE GENE IN PATIENTS WITH OBESITY Olga Kirillova (Russia), Tatyana Sentsova, Ilya Vorozhko, Kamilla Gapparova, Yulya Chekhonina

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METABOLOMICS AND MICROBIOMICS OF OBESITY - WHEN “TOO MUCH” IS NOT TOO MUCH Gateva (Bulgaria)

Inflammatory pathways and metabolic diseases T1:PO.064

HEPATIC AQUAPORIN-9 AND GLYCEROL PERMEABILITY ARE DECREASED IN HUMAN NON-ALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE AND RELATED TO INSULIN RESISTANCE Amaia Rodríguez (Spain), Patrizia Gena, Leire Méndez-Giménez, Anna Rosito, Víctor Valentí, Fernando Rotellar, Iosu Sola, Rafael Moncada, Camilo Silva, Maria Svelto, Javier Salvador, Giuseppe Calamita, Gema Frühbeck

T1:PO.065 INFLAMMATORY PHENOTYPE INTERACTS WITH BMI TO MODULATE POSTPRANDIAL RESPONSE TO AN ORAL GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST AND ORAL LIPID TOLERANCE TEST IN HEALTHY ADULTS McMorrow (Ireland), O’Grada, Morine, Morris, Dillon, Ryan, Walsh, Gibney, Brennan, Roche

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MICROBIOME OF PREBIOTIC TREATED MICE REVEALS NOVEL TARGETS INVOLVED IN HOST-RESPONSE DURING OBESITY AND DIABETES Amandine Everard (Belgium), Patrice D. Cani (Belgium), Vladimir Lazarevic, Nadia Gaïa, Nathalie M. Delzenne, Jacques Schrenzel, Patrice François

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INTERDISCIPLINARY THERAPY PROMOTES REDUCTION OF STEAROYL-COA DESATURASE 1 ACTIVITY IN OBESE ADOLESCENTS WITH NON-ALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEAS Claudia Maria Oller do Nascimento (Brazil), Aline de Piano, Debora Estadella, Lila Oyama, de Souza Gabriel, Aline Santamarina, Deborah Masquio, Lian Tock, June Carnier, Dâmaso Ana

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NUTRITIONAL STATUS, INSULIN RESISTANCE AND CIRCULATING VISFATIN/NAMPT IN ELDERLY POPULATION Jerzy Chudek (Poland), Magdalena Olszanecka-Glinianowicz, Aleksander Owczarek, Maria Bożentowicz-Wikarek, Aniceta Brzozowska, Małgorzata Mossakowska, Tomasz Zdrojewsk, Tomasz Grodzicki, Andrzej Więcek

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NEUROENDOCRINE CONTROL OF FOOD INTAKE, INFLAMMATORY MARKERS AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN OBESE ADULTS: EFFECTS OF THERAPY INTERDISCIPLINARY Caranti (Brazil), Moraes, Cipullo, Poli, Furlan, Carvalho, Badan, Oyama, Dâmaso


Posters Thursday 29 May 2014 T1:PO.070

INSULIN SIGNALING MOLECULES ARE EXPRESSED AND MODULATED BY INSULIN AND INTERLEUKIN-1Β IN HUMAN PRIMARY PREADIPOCYTES Mohamed Madi (UK), Paul Trayhurn, Chen Bing

T1:PO.071 OLIGOFRUCTOSE SUPPLEMENTATION DURING PREGNANCY AND LACTATION IMPAIRS OFFSPRING DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATED TO AN INCREASE IN MRNA LEVELS OF IL-6R IN 21-D-OLD PUPS Lila Missae Oyama (Brazil), Laís Vales Mennitti, Juliana Lopez de Oliveira, Ana Claudia Losinskas Hachul, Aline Boveto Santamarina, Aline Alves de Santana, Marcos Hiromu Okuda, Eliane Beraldi Ribeiro, Claudia Maria da Penha Oller do Nascimento, Luciana Pellegrini Pisani T1:PO.072

THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OXIDATIVE STRESS AND METABOLIC SYNDROME IN ADULTS Sang-Wook Song (South Korea), So-Won Chung, Ha-Na Kim, Kyung-Soo Kim

T1:PO.073 ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS OF EPA AND DHA SUPPLEMENTATION. CORRELATION OF CHANGES IN BIOCHEMICAL MARKERS OF LOW-GRADE SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY DURING OBESITY WITH THE EXPRESSION OF MIRNAS Joanna Goralska (Poland), Anna Polus, Urszula Razny, Małgorzata Malczewska-Malec, Dominika Wnek, Beata Kiec-Wilk, Anna Zdzienicka, Aldona Dembinska-Kiec T1:PO.074

SNPS IN THE IL 18 GENE COULD MODULATE THE PRESENCE OF OBESITY IN A SOUTH EUROPEAN POPULATION Jose F. Martinez-Valls (Spain), Sergio Martinez-Hervas, Vanesa Martinez-Barquero, Ana Artero, Ester Nuñez-Savall, Esther Benito, Miguel Civera, F. Javier Chaves, Jose T. Real, Juan F. Ascaso

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NEUROENDOCRINE CONTROL OF FOOD INTAKE, INFLAMMATORY MARKERS AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN OBESE ADULTS: EFFECTS OF THERAPY INTERDISCIPLINARY Caranti (Brazil), Moraes, Cipullo, Escardovelli, Poli, Furlan, Carvalho, Badan, Oyama, Dâmaso

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THE ROLE OF ADIPONECITN/LEPTIN RATIO ON BONE METABOLISM IN OBESE ADOLESCENTS UNDERGOING THERAPY Raquel Campos (Brazil), Deborah Masquio, Ana Paula Clemente, Flávia Corgosinho, Joana Carvalho-Ferreira, Bárbara Dal Molin Netto, Carolina Ackel-D’Elia, Lian Tock, Sergio Tufik, Marco Túlio de Mello, Ana Dâmaso

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SERUM HIGH SENSITIVITY REACTIVE PROTEIN AS A MARKER OF INFLAMMATION IN PATIENTS WITH PSORIASIS Galina Zhelezova (Bulgaria), Ludmila Ivanova, Grisha Mateev, Snezhina Vassileva, Blagovesta Pencheva, Rosen Michailov

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DOWNREGULATION OF COMPLEMENT C3 AND C3aR EXPRESSION IN SUBCUTANEOUS ADIPOSE TISSUE IN OBESE CAUCASIAN WOMEN Abhishek Gupta (Canada), Reza Rezvani, Marc Lapointe, Pegah Poursharifi, Picard Marceau, Sunita Tiwari, Andre Tchernof, Katherine Cianflone

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PROBIOTIC AS ANTIOXIDANT IN JUVENILE RATS’ FAT-RICH DIET Georgi Bogdanov (Bulgaria)

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IDENTIFICATION OF ADIPOKINE CLUSTERS RELATED TO PARAMETERS OF FAT MASS, INSULIN SENSITIVITY OR INFLAMMATION Flehmig (Germany), Klöting, Fasshauer, Tönjes, Stumvoll, Youn, Blüher

Micronutrients and nutrition T1:PO.081

MINERAL CONTENT OF ORAL HOSPITAL DIETS OFFERED TO CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE PATIENTS PRE-DIALYSIS Késia Diego Quintaes (Brazil), Janiara David Silva, Daniele Moreira, Júlia Sá, Aline Nemer, Marcelo Morgano

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THE EFFECT OF PHOSPHORUS INGESTION ON POSTPRANDIAL HORMONAL STATUS OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE SUBJECTS Omar Obeid (Lebanon), Marwa Hassan, Hala Ghattas, Sani hlais

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VERY-HIGH-FAT AND ISOCALORIC LOW-FAT DIET INTERVENTIONS IN OVERWEIGHT MIDDLE-AGED MEN – RESULTS FROM A RANDOMIZED TRIAL Vivian Veum (Norway), Johnny Laupsa-Borge, Øyvin Eng, Espen Rostrup, Margit Solsvik, Terje Larsen, Jan-Erik Nordrehaug, Ottar Nygaard, Jørn Sagen, Oddrun Gudbrandsen, Simon Dankel, Gunnar Mellgren

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INCREASED RED BLOOD CELL MEMBRANE PROTEIN GLYCATION INDUCED BY ONE-MONTH TREATMENT OF RATS WITH A CAFETERIA DIET Maria del Mar Grasa (Spain), Christian Baron, Agnelli Silvia, Sofía Arriarán, José-Antonio Fernández-López, Xavier Remesar, Marià Alemany

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LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF GREEN TEA SUPPLEMENTATION ON FECAL FAT AND ENERGY CONTENT, RESTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND ANTHROPOMETRICS Pilou Janssens (Germany), Rick Hursel, Margriet Westerterp-Plantenga

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EFFECTS OF CASEIN, SUCROSE AND A NON-CALORIC SWEETENER ON GASTROINTESTINAL HORMONE RELEASE USING AN EX VIVO PORCINE SMALL INTESTINAL TISSUE MODEL Dina Ripken (Netherlands), Nikkie van der Wielen, Heleen Wortelboer, Jocelijn Meijerink, Renger Witkamp, H Hendriks

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PROTEIN LEVERAGE EFFECTS OF BEEF, WHEY AND SOY PROTEIN ON ENERGY INTAKE IN HUMANS Martens (Netherlands), Tan, Mattes, Westerterp-Plantenga

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THE EFFECT OF RED WINE ON FAT CELLS FANI BAKALIOU (Greece)

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The epigallocatechin-gallate (EGCG) improved the obesity by increasing hepatic mitochondrial activity in mice treated with high fat diet Oyama (Brazil), Santamarina, Santana, Mennitti, Silva, Carnier, Lira, Gomes, Carvalho-Silva, Streck, Ribeiro, Oller do Nascimento

Peptides and hormones T1:PO.090

LEPTIN IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE RESPONSE TO ACUTE CENTRAL INSULIN ADMINISTRATION ON HEPATIC GLYCOGEN SYNTHESIS Vicente Barrios (Spain), Emma Burgos-Ramos, Sandra Canelles, Amaia Rodríguez, Javier Gómez-Ambrosi, Julie Ann Chowen, Gema Frühbeck, Jesús Argente

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LONGITUDINAL CHANGES IN PERIPHERAL NEUROTRANSMITTERS LEVELS AFTER DIETARY RESTRICTION IN SUBJECTS SUFFERING FROM METABOLIC SYNDROME Miguel Angel Martinez-Gonzalez (Spain), Aurora Perez-Cornago, Maria J Ramirez, M Angeles Zulet, J Alfredo Martinez

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MELANOCORTIN´S ROLE IN THE ADIPOCYTE LIPID METABOLISM Adriana R. Rodrigues (Portugal), Maria J. Salazar, Henrique Almeida, Alexandra M. Gouveia

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DESACYL-GHRELIN DOES NOT INFLUENCE INSULIN SENSITIVITY Luísa Veiga (Portugal), Miguel Brito, Ana Oliveira, Carina Fortes, José Silva-Nunes

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LATENT EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON CIRCULATING ACYLATED GHRELIN, LEPTIN AND PERCEIVED APPETITE James King (UK), Benjamin Kelly, Andrew Jackson, Myra Nimmo

T1:PO.095 DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF PERIPHERAL ACYLATED AND DESACYLATED GHRELIN ADMINISTRATION ON MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION AND REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES (ROS) GENERATION IN RAT SKELETAL MUSCLE Barazzoni (Italy), Gortan Cappellari, Semolic, Zanetti, Ruozi, Guarnieri, Giacca T1:PO.096

THE EFFECTS OF ALGINATES ON THE APPETITE AND WEIGHT IN OBESE RATS Teodora Handjieva-Darlenska (Bulgaria), Nadka Boyadjieva

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LINKS BETWEEN INSULIN SENSITIVITY INDICES AND ADIPOCYTE EXPRESSION OF ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPES IN HUMANS Gabriella Garruti (Italy), Arianna Rotondo, Christian Napoli, Vittorio Giusti, Christian Darimont, Valentina Ricchiuti, Chantal Verdumo, Susanna Cotecchia, Francesco Giorgino

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SERUM TSH LEVELS AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN ELDERLY POPULATION - THE RESULTS FROM POLSENIOR SUBSTUDY Katarzyna Wyskida (Poland), Wojciech Krupa, Patrycja Obirek, Aleksander Owczarek, Ewa Bar-Andziak, Andrzej Milewicz, Diana Jędrzejuk, Anna Arkowska, Urszula Mieszczanowska, Barbara Krzyżanowska-Świniarska, Andrzej Więcek, Magdalena Olszanecka-Glinianowicz, Jerzy Chudek

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THE EFFECTS OF ALGINATES ON APPETITE AND WEIGHT IN OBESE RATS Handjieva-Darlenska (Bulgaria), Boyadjieva

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PLASMA IRISIN DEPLETION UNDER ENERGY RESTRICTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVEMENTS IN LIPID PROFILE IN METABOLIC SYNDROME PATIENTS. Felipe Casanueva (Spain), Rocio de la Iglesia, Patricia Lopez-Legarrea, Ana Belen Crujeiras, Maria Pardo, M Angeles Zulet, J Alfredo Martinez

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CORTICOSTERONE PROMOTES WEIGHT GAIN IN MICE KO FOR CBG AND A TREND TO WEIGHT LOSS IN WT WHEREAS BOTH EXPERIENCE A PARALLEL INCREASE IN FOOD INTAKE Grasa (Spain), Ledda, Gulfo, Esteve,

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CORRELATION OF ENERGETIC STATUS AND GLUCOSE METABOLISM IN AN OBESE GOTTINGEN MINIPIG Idoia Díaz-Güemes Martín-Portugués (Spain), Laura Hernández Hurtado, Fransico Sánchez-Margallo, Juan Maestre-Antequera, Javier Casado, Ana María Matos-Azevedo, Jose Luis De la Cruz Vigo

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GUT MICROBIOTA, ZONULIN AND INCRETIN AXIS ACTIVITY IN OBESE AND NORMAL WEIGHT SUBJECTS Piotr Kocełak (Poland), Agnieszka Żak-Gołąb, Małgorzata Aptekorz, Maria Zientara, Gayane Martirosian, Jerzy Chudek, Magdalena Olszanecka-Glinianowicz

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ADIPOKINES IN THE REGULATION OF CARBOHYDRATE AND LIPID METABOLISM IN PATIENTS WITH OBESITY Tatyana Sentsova (Russia), Olga Kirillova, Ilya Vorozhko, Kamilla Gapparova, Yulya Chekhonina

TRACK 5 – Clinical Management and Translation T5 - Guided Posters T5:PO.001

BIOACTIVE COMPONENTS OF CAMELLIA SINENSIS FRUIT PEEL AMELIORATES OBESITY INDUCED BY HIGH-FAT DIET IN RATS Jyoti Bhardwaj (South Korea), Narendra Chaudhary, Hyo Jin Seo, Min Yong KIM, Tai Sun Shin, Jong Deog KIM

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EFFECT OF ALPHA-LIPOIC ACID SUPPLEMENTATION ON ANTHROPOMETRIC INDICES, FOOD INTAKE, HS-CRP, IL-6, AND HYPERTENSION IN MALE PATIENTS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY Shahryar Eghtesadi (Iran), Vida Mohammadi, Shima jazayeri, Hooshang Saberi, Mahmoud Reza Gohari, Mohamad Khalili, Maryam Eghtesadi

T5:PO.003 MOLECULAR MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE ANTI-HYPERLIPIDEMIC AND FAT PAD LOWERING EFFECT OF SAPONIN FROM CAMELLIA SINENSIS IN MICE FED HIGH-FAT AND HIGHCARBOHYDRATE DIET Narendra Chaudhary (South Korea), Jyoti Bhardwaj, Hyo Jin Seo, Min Yong KIM , Tai Sun Shin, Jong Deog KIM

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PREDICTORS FOR MORTALITY FOLLOWING ROUX-EN-Y GASTRIC BYPASS SURGERY Sigrid Bjerge Gribsholt (Denmark), Reimar Wernich Thomsen Thomsen, Elisabeth Svensson, Bjørn Richelsen, Henrik Toft Sørensen

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NONINSULINOMA PANCREATOGENOUS HYPOGLYCEMIA SYNDROME: A RARE COMPLICATION OF ROUX-EN-Y GASTRIC BYPASS Dírcea Rodrigues (Portugal), Luís Cardoso, Paulo Donato, Patricia Oliveira, Luisa Ruas, Joana Saraiva, Carolina Moreno, Daniela Guelho, Rosa Dantas, Nuno Vicente, Francisco Carrilho

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GLP-1 RESPONSE DURING MIXED TEST MEAL BEFORE AND AFTER GASTRIC BYPASS SURGERY IN OBESE PATIENTS Dragan Micic (Serbia), Snezana Polovina, Danka Jeremic, Dusan Micic, Mirjana Sumarac-Dumanovic

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GOTTINGEN MINIPIG AS ANIMAL MODEL FOR METABOLIC DISEASES Idoia Díaz-Güemes Martín-Portugués (Spain), Laura Hernández-Hurtado, Francisco Sánchez-Margallo, Javier Casado, Ana María Matos-Azevedo, José Luis De la Cruz Vigo

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THE EFFECT OF BARIATRIC SURGERY ON THE LIPID PROFILE OF MORBIDLY OBESE PATIENTS Filipe Cunha (Portugal), Joana Oliveira, Ana Saavedra, Maria Manuel Costa, Eva Lau, Cláudia Nogueira, Sandra Belo, Flora Correia, Joana Queirós, Paula Freitas, Ana Varela, Davide Carvalho

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BODY COMPOSITION CHANGES IN PATIENTS WHO FAILED TO MEET WEIGHT LOSS TARGETS AT THE ROTHERHAM INSTITUTE FOR OBESITY Luke Walker (Netherlands), Alicia Kaill, Caroline Steele, Matthew Capehorn

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EVALUATION OF THE EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF IQP-VV-102, A NOVEL COMBINATION FOR WEIGHT REDUCTION Yong Mun Hin (UK), Barbara Grube, Regina Busch, Jass Liew, Chong Pee Win

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THE IMPACT OF SPEED OF WEIGHT LOSS ON BODY COMPOSITION AND COMPENSATORY MECHANISMS ACTIVATED DURING WEIGHT REDUCTION Coutinho (Norway), With, Kulseng, Truby, Martins

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LONG TERM RESULTS FROM A COMMERCIAL AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM Teresa Branco (Portugal), Sandra Martins, Diana Baião


Posters Thursday 29 May 2014 Alternative treatments T5:PO.013 ANTHROPOMETRIC PARAMETERS IN 46 HYPOGONADAL MEN WITH OBESITY GRADE III IMPROVE UPON LONG-TERM TREATMENT WITH TESTOSTERONE UNDECANOATE INJECTIONS: OBSERVATIONAL DATA FROM TWO REGISTRY STUDIES Farid Saad (UAE), Ahmad Haider, Aksam Yassin, Gheorghe Doros, Abdulmaged Traish T5:PO.014 METABOLIC PARAMETERS IN 46 HYPOGONADAL MEN WITH OBESITY GRADE III IMPROVE UPON LONG-TERM TREATMENT WITH TESTOSTERONE UNDECANOATE INJECTIONS: OBSERVATIONAL DATA FROM TWO REGISTRY STUDIES Farid Saad (UAE), Ahmad Haider, Aksam Yassin, Gheorghe Doros, Abulmaged Traish T5:PO.015 COMPARABLE WEIGHT LOSS IN HYPOGONADAL MEN WITH OBESITY GRADES II AND III UNDER LONG-TERM TREATMENT WITH TESTOSTERONE UNDECANOATE INJECTIONS: OBSERVATIONAL DATA FROM TWO REGISTRY STUDIES Farid Saad (UAE), Ahmad Haider, Aksam Yassin, Gheorghe Doros, Abdulmaged Traish T5:PO.016 156 HYPOGONADAL MEN WITH OBESITY AND TYPE 2 DIABETES ACHIEVE WEIGHT LOSS AND IMPROVED GLYCAEMIC CONTROL UPON TREATMENT WITH TESTOSTERONE UNDECANOATE UP TO 6 YEARS: A SUBGROUP ANALYSIS FROM TWO OBSERVATIONAL REGISTRY STUDIES Farid Saad (UAE), Ahmad Haider, Aksam Yassin, Gheorghe Doros, Abdulmaged Traish T5:PO.017

TEA SAPONIN INHIBITS ADIPOGENESIS AND INDUCES LIPOLYSIS AND APOPTOSIS IN 3T3-L1 ADIPOCYTES Jong Deog KIM (South Korea), Narendra Chaudhary, Hyo Jin Seo, Min Yong KIM, Tai Sun Shin

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PREDICTORS OF BODY WEIGHT LOSS IN RESPONSE TO A 3-MONTH KETOGENIC DIET IN THE SETTING OF GENERAL PRACTICE Cicero (Italy), Brancaleoni, Brancaleoni, Lignaform Study Group

T5:PO.019 LONG-TERM TREATMENT WITH TESTOSTERONE UNDECANOATE INJECTIONS LEADS TO SUSTAINED WEIGHT LOSS INDEPENDENT OF AGE: OBSERVATIONAL DATA FROM TWO REGISTRY STUDIES Farid Saad (UAE), Ahmad Haider, Aksam Yassin, Gheorghe Doros, Abdulmaged Traish T5:PO.020

SHORT AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF A 3-MONTH KETOGENIC DIET ON ANTHROPOMETRIC, METABOLIC AND SAFETY PARAMETERS IN GENERAL PRACTICE Cicero (Italy), Brancaleoni, Brancaleoni, Lignaform Study Group

Bariatric/metabolic surgery T5:PO.021

THE EFFECT OF OMEGA-LOOP-GASTRIC BYPASS SURGERY ON VITAMIN D METABOLISM IN BARIATRIC PATIENTS Maria Luger (Austria), Renate Kruschitz, Felix Langer, Gerhard Prager, Karin Schindler, Friedrich Hoppichler, Bernhard Ludvik

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EFFECT OF BARIATRIC SURGERY ON PLASMA OSTEOPONTIN CONCENTRATIONS: COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF GASTRIC BYPASS AND SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY Javier Gómez-Ambrosi (Spain), Andoni Lancha, Rafael Moncada, Víctor Valentí, Amaia Rodríguez, Victoria Catalán, Sara Becerril, Beatriz Ramírez, Leire Méndez-Giménez, María J Gil, Fernando Rotellar, Secundino Fernández, Javier Salvador, Gema Frühbeck

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MAJORITY OF PARTICIPANTS IN INTENSIVE LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION FOR SEVERE OBESITY HAD UNDERGONE BARIATRIC SURGERY BY 6 YEARS John Roger Andersen (Norway), Ronette L. Kolotkin, Villy Våge

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LAPAROSCOPIC ROUX-EN-Y GASTRIC BYPASS EFFECT ON GLUCOSE HOMEOSTASIS. EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON OBESE GOTTINGEN MINIPIG Idoia Díaz-Güemes Martín-Portugués (Spain), Laura Hernández-Hurtado, Francisco Sánchez-Margallo, J Maestre Antequera, Ana María Matos-Azevedo, José Luis De la Cruz Vigo

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SERUM CALCIUM, PTH AND VITAMIN D TWO YEARS AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY IN MORBIDLY OBESE PATIENTS Sneyana Polovina (Serbia), Dragan Micic, Mirjana Sumarac-Dumanovic, Svetlana Zoric, Goran Cvijovic, Danica Pejkovic-Stamenkovic, Dusan Micic, Jelena Gligorijevic, Danka Jeremic, Ana Gligic

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ENDOSCOPIC GASTRIC PLICATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF MORBID OBESITY: EFFECT ON FOOD INTAKE AND DESIRE TO EAT AFTER ONE-YEAR Paulus (Netherlands), Avesaat, van, Conchillo, Masclee, Nicole Bouvy

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HYPOGLYCAEMIA ONE-YEAR AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY: EXPERIENCE OF PADUA BARIATRIC UNIT Anna Belligoli (Italy), Eva Zabeo, Roberto Serra, Marta Sanna, Scilla Conci, Luca Prevedello, Mirto Foletto, Luca Busetto, Anna Chiara Frigo, Gabriella Milan, Roberto Vettor

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PREVALENCE OF LIVER FUNCTION ABNORMALITIES IN OBESE PATIENTS UNDERGOING BARIATRIC SURGERY Ana Saavedra (Portugal), Sandra Belo, Maria Costa, Cláudia Nogueira, Joana Oliveira, Filipe Cunha, Eva Lau, Ana Santos, Paula Freitas, Ana Varela, Joana Queirós, Flora Correia, Davide Carvalho

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EFFECT OF TWO PREOPERATIVE LOW ENERGY DIETS ON LIVER VOLUME IN BARIATRIC PATIENTS: A RANDOMIZED TRIAL Tatjana Schütz (Germany), Veronika Peter, Nikita Garnov, Alexander Schaudinn, Nicolas Linder, Harald Busse, Shang Edward, David Petroff, Arne Dietrich

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EVALUATION OF TSH LEVELS IN EUTHYROID OBESE PATIENTS – ARE THERE ANY DIFFERENCES DUE TO TREATMENT WITH METFORMIN? Costa (Portugal), Nunes, Nogueira, Oliveira, Lau, Cunha, Belo, Saavedra, Queirós, Varela, Freitas, Carvalho

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LAPAROSCOPIC BANDED ROUX-EN-Y GASTRIC BYPASS USING A SILK RING FOR MORBID OBESE PATIENTS: AN INEXPENSIVE AND FEASIBLE SURGICAL TECHNIQUE Cunchuan Wang (China), Wah Yang, Jingge Yang

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WEIGHT LOSS AT ONE YEAR AFTER SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY COMPARED TO GASTRIC BANDING Amali Abeysekera (UK), Mourad Labib

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BODY ADIPOSITY RATHER THAN BODY MASS INDEX SHOULD BE CONSIDERED FOR BARIATRIC SURGERY ELIGIBILITY Javier Gómez-Ambrosi (Spain), Rafael Moncada, Víctor Valentí, Fernando Rotellar, Camilo Silva, Beatriz Ramírez, Victoria Catalán, Amaia Rodríguez, Juan C. Galofré, Javier Escalada, Neus Vila, Patricia Ibáñez, Sonia Romero, María J. Gil, Javier Salvador, Gema Frühbeck

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CHANGES IN BODY WEIGHT, RISK FACTORS AND COMORBIDITIES 5 YEARS AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY OR THREE LIFESTYLE INTERVENTIONS IN THE MORBIDLY OBESE Martins (Norway), Strømmen, Kulseng, Øvebro

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IMPACT OF LAPAROSCOPIC SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY ON METABOLISM AND LIVER STRUCTURE Lidia Santarpia (Italy), Concetta Del Piano, Valeria Amato, Maurizio Marra, Carmela De Caprio, Eliana De Rosa, Franco Contaldo, Fabrizio Pasanisi

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DOES BMI INFLUENCE METABOLIC RESPONSES FOLLOWING SURGERY Surendra Ugale, (India)

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PSYCHOPATHOLOGY FOLLOWING BARIATRIC SURGERY: A PILOT STUDY ON FEASIBILITY, ACCEPTABILITY, AND EFFECTIVENESS OF A COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY Almut Rudolph (Germany), Anja Hilbert

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PREVALENCE OF ANEMIA AND RELATED DEFICIENCIES 10 YEARS AFTER GASTRIC BYPASS. A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Christos Karefylakis (Sweden), Ingmar Näslund, David Edholm, Magnus Sundbom, F. Anders Karlsson, Eva Rask

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EFFECT OF DIO DIET AND BARIATRIC SURGERY ON BODY AND TISSUE WEIGHT IN SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS Peinado-Onsurbe (Spain), Rossell, Oller, Viñas, Pardina, Ricart-Jané, Piñol, González, Mestres, Baena-Fustegueras

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THE FIRST CASE OF POSTERIOR PERIVENTRICULAR HETEROTOPIA ASSOCIATED TO OBESITY AND ITS BARIATRIC SURGICAL TREATMENT Valeria Guglielmi (Italy), Francesco Brancati, Francesco Garaci, Monica D’Adamo, Silvio Costa, Giuliano Albergo, Roberto Floris, Giuseppe Novelli, Paolo Sbraccia

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LEPTIN AND ACYL-GHRELIN CHANGES AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY CORRELATE TO CHANGES IN FEEDING BEHAVIOUR Julian Emmanuel (UK), Mohamed Elkallay, Majid Hashemi, Marco Adamo, Alberic Fiennes, Rachel Batterham

T5:PO.042

EVOLUTION OF BODY MASS INDEX OF WOMEN UNDERGOING BARIATRIC SURGERY IN THE PRE- AND POS-OPERATIVE PERIOD – A RESTROSPECTIVE STUDY Carvalho (Portugal), Poínhos, Fernandes, Costa, Pereira, Correia

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SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY: UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE Sousa (Portugal), Preto

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LAPAROSCOPIC SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY FOR MORBID OBESITY: OUR PRELIMINARY RESULTS Gokhan Selcuk Ozbalci (Poland), Kagan Karabulut, Ayfer Kamali Polat, Serdar Senol, Hamza Cinar, Kenan Erzurumlu

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MANAGEMENT OF STAPLE LINE LEAK AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY WITH COVERED STENT: OUR FIRST EXPERIENCE Gokhan Selcuk Ozbalci (Poland), Ibrahim Goren, Ayfer Kamali Polat, Bulent Gungor, Kagan Karabulut, Kenan Erzurumlu

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TYPE 2 DIABETES INFLUENCES WEIGH LOSS AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY? Dírcea Rodrigues (Portugal), Luís Cardoso, Patricia Oliveira, Luisa Ruas, Joana Saraiva, Carolina Moreno, Daniela Guelho, Rosa Dantas, Nuno Vicente, Francisco Carrilho

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WEIGHT LOSS AT ONE YEAR AFTER SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY COMPARED TO GASTRIC BYPASS Amali Abeysekera (UK), Alison Head, Mourad Labib

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LAPAROSCOPIC ADJUSTABLE GASTRIC BANDING (LAGB) IN FRENCH ADOLESCENTS. A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE François Pattou (France), Iva Gueorguieva, Estelle Aubry, Marie Pigeyre

T5:PO.049 SIGNIFICANT REDUCTIONS IN THE CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS C3 AND C4 AS WELL AS OTHER INFLAMMATORY MARKERS ACHIEVED BY LIFESTYLE CHANGES FOLLOWED BY BARIATRIC SURGERY Torunn Kristin Nestvold (Sweden), Erik Waage Nielsen, Knut Tore Lappegård T5:PO.050

THE IMPACT OF PREOPERATIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY ON THE OUTCOME OF BARIATRIC SURGERY Ruairi Page (UK), Amali Abeysekera, Pamela Cansdale, Angela Haddon, Helen Ashby, Mourad Labib

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PATIENTS’ STRATEGIES FOR EATING AFTER GASTRIC BYPASS SURGERY: A QUALITATIVE STUDY Hillersdal (Denmark), Christensen, Holm

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SUBOPTIMAL WEIGHT LOSS AND SIGNIFICANT WEIGHT REGAIN AFTER GASTRIC BYPASS SURGERY Martins (Norway), Amundsen, Strommen, Kulseng

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PATIENTS’ STRATEGIES FOR EATING AFTER GASTRIC BYPASS SURGERY: A QUALITATIVE STUDY Hillersdal (Denmark), Christensen, Holm

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LAPAROSCOPIC SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY FOR MORBID OBESITY: OUR PRELIMINARY RESULTS Selcuk Ozbalci (Turkey), Kagan Karabulut, Ayfer Kamali Polat, Serdar Senol, Hamza Cinar, Kenan Erzurumlu

T5:PO.055

DOES BMI INFLUENCE METABOLIC RESPONSES FOLLOWING SURGERY Surendra Ugale (India)

Diet, behaviour and physical activity treatments in adults T5:PO.056

CARBOHYDRATE QUALITY AND INCIDENT OBESITY IN A MEDITERRANEAN COHORT: THE SUN PROJECT. Maira Bes-Rastrollo (Spain), Susana Santiago, Itziar Zazpe, Ana Sanchez-Tainta, Carmen Sayon-Orea, Carmen De la Fuente-Arrillaga, Silvia Benito, J.Alfredo Martinez, Miguel Angel Martinez-Gonzalez

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QUERCETIN GLUCOSIDE-ENRICHED BEVERAGE REDUCED BODY FAT IN OBESE HUMAN. Nakamura Junchi (Japan), Yoshimura Makiko, Uchida Masaaki, Fukui Nobuyuki

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RESTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN OBESE ADULTS: COMPARISON BETWEEN MEASURED AND ESTIMATED VALUES Danielle Caranti (Brazil), Vanessa Poli, Amanda Moraes, Ricardo Sanches, Stephan Garcia, João Fidalgo, Lorenza Carvalho, Cibele Furlan

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EFFECT OF L-ARGININE SUPPLEMENTATION ON MINERAL STATUS AND INSULIN RESISTANCE IN OBESE PATIENTS Danuta Pupek-Musialik (Poland), Pawel Bogdanski, Joanna Suliburska, Monika Szulinska

T5:PO.060 INCREASED ATTENDANCE AT LIGHTERLIFE MANAGEMENT GROUPS IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED WEIGHT MAINTENANCE SUCCESS 1 YEAR AFTER COMPLETING A VLCD WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAMME Kelly Johnston (UK), Catherine Rolland, Susannah Haynes, Lee Dyson, John Broom, Jackie Cox, Bar Hewlett

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INTERMITTENT FASTING – HOW LONG IS ENOUGH? Andreia Filipa de Castro (UK), Rehana Jawadwala, Steve Fallows

T5:PO.062 EFFECT OF EIGHT WEEKS OF A MILK-BASED INTENSIVE WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME ON ANTHROPOMETRIC AND METABOLIC CHARACTERISTICS OF SEVERELY OBESE ADULTS Robert McGrath (Ireland), Katriona Dullea, Katie Cunningham, Helena Griffin T5:PO.063

EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF LOW CALORIE DIET ON LEVEL OF SEXUAL ABILITY AND DESIRE OF PEOPLE WHO ARE OVERWEIGHT, FAT AND OBESE Javad Arian (Iran)

T5:PO.064

EFFECTS OF THE “CROI CLANN” STRUCTURED LIFESTYLE MODIFICATION PROGRAMME ON ANTHROPOMETRIC AND METABOLIC CHARACTERISTICS IN SEVERELY OBESE ADULTS. Catherine Crowe (Ireland), Irene Gibson, Katie Cunningham, Caroline Costello, Claire Kerins, Jane Windle, Jenni Jones, Francis Finucane

T5:PO.065 OVERWEIGHT WOMEN WITH HYPOTHYROIDISM (HYPOTH) ACHIEVE THE SAME WEIGHT LOSS AS THOSE WITHOUT HYPOTH BY FOLLOWING THE LOW CALORIE DIET (LCD) LIGHTERLIFE LITE FOR 12 WEEKS Kelly Johnston (UK), Susannah Haynes, Lee Dyson, John Broom, Jackie Cox, Bar Hewlett T5:PO.066

SIX YEAR FOLLOW-UP AFTER NON-SURGICAL AND SURGICAL ANTI-OBSITY TREATMENTS Maja Ekman (Sweden), Fredrik Norström, Anne-Marie Räihä, Maria Klintenberg, Martin Ridderstråle

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DIETARY GUIDANCE GIVEN TO PATIENTS WITH DIABETES IN BURKINA FASO AND MALI: CONTENT AND IMPACT OF PROFESSIONAL PROFILE. Franck Garanet (Senegal), Christian Mesenge, Helene Delisle

T5:PO.068

EATING CARBOHYDRATE MOSTLY AT DINNER AND AT LUNCH PROTEINS REDUCES BODY FAT AND INFLAMMATORY MARKERS IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE MEN Josefina Bressan (Brazil), Fernanda Cristina Oliveira, Raquel Alves, Pfrimer Karina, Eduardo Ferriolli

T5:PO.069

CHANGES OF BONE MINERAL DENSITY AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY IN ASIAN OBESE PATIENTS Wah Yang (China), Cunchuan Wang, Jingge Yang

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IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME IN SUBJECTS WITH MORBID OBESITY – A CONSEQUENCE OF VITAMIN D OR CALCIUM DEFICIENCY? Aasbrenn (Norway), Aaseth, Lydersen, Farup

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PATTERNS OF WEIGHT CHANGE IN AFRICAN AMERICANS: POOLED ANALYSIS FROM THREE BEHAVIORAL WEIGHT LOSS TRIALS Knashawn Morales (USA), Shiriki Kumanyika

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INTERDISCIPLINARY THERAPY PROMOTES CHANGES ON IMMUNE SYSTEM AND INFLAMMATORY STATE OF OBESE ADULTS Ricardo Sanches (Brazil), Stephan Silva, Suzana Rossi, João Pedro Fidalgo, Gustavo Araujo, Amanda Moraes, Vanessa Poli, Cibele Furlan, Lorenza Carvalho, Marcos Cipullo, Lila Oyama, Ronaldo dos Santos, Danielle Carant

T5:PO.073 295 OBESE WOMEN WITH HYPOTHYROIDISM (HYPOTH) ACHIEVE THE SAME WEIGHT LOSS AS THOSE WITHOUT HYPOTH BY FOLLOWING THE FORMULA-BASED VERY LOW CALORIE DIET (VLCD) LIGHTERLIFE TOTAL FOR 12 WEEKS Kelly Johnston (UK), Susannah Haynes, Lee Dyson, John Broom, Jackie Cox, Bar Hewlett T5:PO.074

FACEBOOK-DELIVERED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROMOTION INTERVENTION FOR OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE ADOLESCENTS Heidi Ruotsalainen (Finland), Maria Kääriäinen, Tuija Tammelin, Helvi Kyngäs

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ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF A COMMERCIAL LOW CALORIE LIQUID DIET AT THE ROTHERHAM INSTITUTE FOR OBESITY Matthew Capehorn (Netherlands), Matt Bacchus, Dale Carter, Caroline Steele, Lynn Senior

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FIRST PROSPECTIVE STUDY EVALUATING THE ROLE OF GENETIC TESTING IN WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS Inge Croux (Belgium), Rosario Gallina

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SAUDI OBESITY TREATMENT EXPERIENCE: SUCCESS AND ASPIRATIONS Reshod Alshgrawi (Saudi Arabia), Ismail Alshayeb, Sameeer Johuar

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REDUCING FAT INTAKE HAS A MODERATE CORRELATION WITH THE REDUCTION OF ANXIETY IN OBESE ADULTS Danielle Caranti (Brazil)

Miscellaneous T5:PO.079

ORALLY ACTIVE FIXED DOSE COMBINATION OF MEMANTINE AND BACLOFEN FOR THE TREATMENT OF OBESITY Tamás Kitka (Hungary), Péter Kovács, Balázs Varga, Csilla Horváth, Csongor Csekő, Krisztina Kordás, Istvánné Kis-Varga, Sándor Farkas

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SOCIAL NETWORKING AND BARIATRIC SURGERY: SUPPORT OR SABOTAGE Catherine Homer (UK), Angela Tod

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FASTING AND POSTPRANDIAL LEVELS OF GIP IN HEALTHY AND OBESE SUBJECTS (THE BIOCLAIMS STUDY) Malczewska-Malec (Poland), Goralska, Razny, Stancel-Mozwillo, Wnek, Polus, Kieć-Klimczak, Zdzienicka, Gruca, Hubalewska-Dydejczyk

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IMPROVEMENTS IN METABOLITE LEVELS DURING AN ORAL GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST IN OBESE INDIVIDUALS AFTER SUSTAINED WEIGHT LOSS Nina Geidenstam (Sweden), Anders Danielsson, Maja Ekman, Martin Ridderstråle

T5:PO.083

EXPERIENCE OF A MHEALTH DEVICE FOR WEIGHT LOSS IN DIABETES: A USER PERSPECTIVE Ruth Bacigalupo (UK), Peter Cudd, Olubukola Oguntuase, Jackie Elliott, Liz Williams

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THE EFFECT OF N-3 PUFA SUPPLEMENTATION ON POSTPRANDIAL TRIGLYCERIDES AND INSULIN IN OBESITY . THE BIOCLAIMS STUDY Razny (Poland), Polus, Wnek, Kiec-Wilk, Sliwa, Zdzienicka, Gruca, Malecki, Malczewska-Malec

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THE ROLE OF PHOTOTHERAPY PLUS EXERCISE ON IMPROVEMENT OF METABOLIC SYNDROME PARAMETERS IN OBESE WOMEN Marcela Sene-Fiorese (Brazil), Fernanda Duarte, Antônio Aquino Junior, Lian Tock, Deborah Masquio, Raquel Munhoz, Ana Dâmasoa, Nivaldo Parizotto, Vanderlei Bagnto

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LONG TERM RESULTS FROM A COMMERCIAL AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM Teresa Branco (Portugal), Sandra Martins, Diana Baião

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DIETARY COMPLIANCE AND WEIGHT REDUCTION IN OBESE PATIENTS Dimitroula (Greece), Fotiadou, Gounitsioti, Iliadis, Pasiakou, Giannoulaki, Savopoulos, Hatzitolios

T5:PO.088

COMPARING TANITA BC 532 AND DXA (DEXA) IN EVALUATING BODY COMPOSITION IN HEALTHY MEN AND WOMEN Alexandra Koulouri (Greece), Nikolaos Rodopaios, George Vlachavas, Maria Chasapidou

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BRIGHT LIGHT AS A COMPONENT IN THE COMPLEX TREATMENT OF OBESITY Boris Pinkhasov (Russia), Vera Selyatitskaya, Ani Karapetyan, Natalya Dobrovolskaya, Oksana Dvurechenskaya

T5:PO.090 IS THERE A ROLE FOR ENTERAL NUTRITION IN OBESITY? PROTEIN SPARING MODIFIED FASTING BY TUBE (PROMOFAST) VS ORAL (PSMF): A PILOT RCT FOR 3 MONTHS: DATA ON CLINICAL SAFETY AND EFFICACY (APPETITE CONTROL, BODY COMPOSITION, MUSCULAR STRENGTH AND PULMONARY FUNCTION TEST) Samir Sukkar (Italy), Claudia Borrini, Alessio Signori, Alberto Vaccaro, Giovanni Barisone

TRACK 6 – Obesity as a Gateway to other Diseases T6 - Guided Posters T6:PO.001

ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN METABOLIC SYNDROME AND THREE-DIMENSIONAL BREAST DENSITY USING DIGITAL MAMMOGRAPHY Jee-Hyun Kang (South Korea), Seon-Yong Bhang

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NAFLD PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT OBESITY Ilze Skuja (Latvia), Gita Krievina (Latvia), Inga Stukena, Aivars Lejnieks

T6:PO.003

CARDIOVASCULAR AUTONOMIC FUNCTION AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH METABOLIC PARAMETERS IN OBESE NORMOGLYCEMIC SUBJECTS Rumyana Dimova (Bulgaria), Tsvetalina Tankova, Nevena Chakarova, Dakovska, Greta Grozeva

T6:PO.004

PREDICTIVE VALUE OF RISK FACTORS FOR THE PROGRESSION FROM PREDIABETES TO TYPE 2 DIABETES Tsvetalina Tankova (Bulgaria), Nevena Chakarova, Lilya Dakovska, Iliana Atanassova, Georgi Kirilov, Krasimir Kalinov

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ROLE OF ADIPOKINES IN INSULIN SYNTHESIS AND SECRETION Daniela Lixandru (Romania), Simona Carniciu, Adelina Rosca, Petruta Alexandru, Irina Stoian, Bogdan Smeu, Catalin Copaescu, Constantin Ionescu-Tirgoviste

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CHILDHOOD OBESITY ASSOCIATED CARDIOVASCULAR AND CARDIORENAL RISK FACTORS IN RELATION TO PUBERTAL STATUS Mina Lateva (Bulgaria), Bliznakova, Sonya Galcheva, Galina Yordanova, Neshkinska, Halvadzhiyan, Mladenov, Iotova

Cancer T6:PO.009

EFFECT OF EXCESS BODY ADIPOSITY ON THE EXPRESSION OF GENES INVOLVED IN EARLY STEPS OF MAMMARY CARCINOGENESIS ON DIET-INDUCED OBESE FEMALE RATS Begoña Cabia (Spain), Ana Belén Crujeiras, María Amil, Marcos C. Carreira, Arturo Roca-Rivada, Cecilia Castelao, María Pardo, Luisa María Seoane, Felipe F. Casanueva

T6:PO.010 INCREASED INTESTINAL TUMORIGENESIS BY GENETIC OR DIET-INDUCED OBESITY IN A DOUBLE MUTANT (MIN X OB) MOUSE MODEL MAY INVOLVE BOTH DISTURBED BLOOD GLUCOSE REGULATION AND INFLAMMATION Ngo (Norway), Hetland, Nygaard, Steffensen T6:PO.011 IN UTERO EXPOSURE TO PERFLUOROOCTANOATE (PFOA) OR PERFLUOROOCTANE SULFONATE (PFOS) DID NOT INCREASE BODY WEIGHT OR INTESTINAL TUMORIGENESIS IN MULTIPLE INTESTINAL NEOPLASIA (MIN/+) MICE Ngo (Norway), Hetland, Steffensen T6:PO.012

OBESOGENIC CONDITIONS IN UTERO AND DURING NURSING INCREASED BODY WEIGHT AND INTESTINAL TUMORIGENESIS IN MIN/+ MICE AS ADULTS Ngo (Norway), Hetland, Steffensen

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OSTEOPONTIN INDUCES AROMATASE EXPRESSION IN HUMAN ADIPOCYTES Maximilian Zeyda (Austria), Lukas Leitner, Bianca Itariu, Edvin Turkof, Viktor Grablowitz, Gerhard Prager, Thomas M. Stulnig

T6:PO.014

WEIGHT GAIN AFTER THYROIDECTOMY IN PATIENTS WITH THYROID CANCER Yong Seong Kim (South Korea), Seongbin Hong

T6:PO.015 ACYLATED SERUM GHRELIN IN OBESE GYNECOLOGICAL CANCER PATIENTS Iro Gounitsioti (Greece), Dimitrios Poulimeneas, Maria g. Grammatikopoulou, Dimitrios Tsolakidis, Alexandros Papanikolaou, Charalambos Kotzamanidis, Maria tsigga, Basil tarlatzis

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ASSOCIATION OF UNCOUPLING PROTEIN 2 AND 3 GENE POLYMORPHISMS IN CHRONIC DISEASES OF WOMEN IN THE BARIATRIC SURGERY WARD Oliveira (Brazil), Schnor, Verlengia, Novais, Rasera-Jr, Leite

T6:PO.017

CML AND SRAGE LEVELS IN METABOLICALLY HEALTHY CENTRALLY OBESE VS. LEAN MIDDLE AGED DIABETES- AND MEDICATION-FREE SUBJECTS Katarina Sebekova (Slovakia), Zorka Krivosikova, Martin Gajdos

T6:PO.018

EFFECT OF ABDOMINAL OBESITY ON POSTPRANDIAL LIPOPROTEIN CONCENTRTION CHANGES BY LINEAR ELECTROPHORESIS Sabaka (Slovakia), Čaprnda, Bendžala, Komorníková, Oravec, Baláž, Gašpar

T6:PO.019

INSULIN RESISTANCE AND OXIDATIVE STRESS AFTER AN ORAL UNSATURATED FAT LOAD TEST IN SUBJECTS WITH ABDOMINAL OBESITY Jose F. Martinez-Valls (Spain), Sergio Martinez-Hervas, Ana Artero, Juncal Martinez-Ibañez, Esther Benito, Miguel Civera, F. Javier Chaves, Jose T. Real, Juan F. Ascaso


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CAROTID INTIMA MEDIA THICKNESS IN MORBID OBESE PATIENTS Dilek Yazici (Turkey), Dilek Gogas Yavuz, Mehmet Yasar, Melin Uygur, Oguzhan Deyneli

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Non-Linearity between anthropometric measures, subcutaneous adipose tissue thickness and thickness of epicardial adipose tissues Vrselja (Croatia), Ćurić, Perić Kačarević, Marić, Radić

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CARDIAC OXIDATIVE STRESS RELATES TO IMPAIRED POST-ISCHEMIC RECOVERY IN INSULIN RESISTANT MICE Julia Szendroedi (Germany), Tomas Jelenik, Uli Floegel, Olesja Ritter, Ilka Rokitta , Jörg Kotzka, Michael Roden

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CIRCULATING MICROPARTICLES AND HYPERCOAGULABILITY IN OBESE PATIENTS Eva Zabeo (Italy), Elena Campello, Roberto Fabris, Chiara Dal Prà, Veronica Zanato, Vera Bettini, Elisabetta Ferlini, Paolo Simioni, Paolo Prandoni, Roberto Vettor

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CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK FACTORS IN THE METABOLICALLY HEALTHY CENTRALLY OBESE VS. LEAN ADOLESCENTS Ivana Koborová (Slovakia), Radana Kollárová, Zora Gerová, Katarína Šebeková

T6:PO.025

DEVELOPMENT OF ANTHOCYANIN INTAKE MODEL USING CREME NUTRITION® Sandrine Pigat (Ireland)

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EXPLORING THE MECHANISTIC BASIS FOR THE OBESITY PARADOX IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION FOR CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE Maura Shields (Ireland), Catherine Crowe, Jim Crowley, Francis Finucane

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EFFECT OF ABDOMINAL OBESITY ON POSTPRANDIAL LIPOPROTEIN CONCENTRATIONS BY LINEAR ELECTROPHORESIS Peter Sabaka (Slovakia), Martin Čaprnda, Matej Bendžala, Dávid Baláž, Stanislav Oravec, Ľudovít Gašpar

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EVALUATION OF CARDIO METABOLIC CONTROL IN OBESE PATIENTS WITH METABOLIC SYNDROME Daniela Popova (Bulgaria), Emilya Dimitrova, Kiril Petrov, Biserka Strahilova, Maya Ditcheva, Nikolay Hadjipetrov

T6:PO.029

LEVELS OF CIRCULATING ELASTIN-ANTIELASTIN IMMUNE COMPLEXES AND ELASTIN DERIVED PEPTIDES IN SERA OF PATIENTS WITH OBESITY AND ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION Asparuh Nikolov (Bulgaria), Tsinlikov, Tsinlikova, Nicoloff, Blazhev, Garev

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COMPARISON OF OBESITY INDICES FOR DETECTING METABOLIC IMPAIRMENTS IN LEBANESE ADULTS Rouham Yamout (Lebanon), Souha Fares, Abla Sibai, Moubadda Assi, Walid Ammar

T6:PO.031

A LOW-FAT, LOW-CALORIC DIET ENHANCES THE HYPOLIDIMEMIC EFFECT OF HYPOLIPIDEMIC MENTICATION IN OVERWEIGHT PATIENTS. Adamantios Bourdakis (Greece), Dimitra Kagiafa, Christina Dalabira

Diabetes T6:PO.032

EFFECTS OF PTEROSTILBENE ON GLYCAEMIC CONTROL IN OBESE RATS Saioa Gomez-Zorita (Spain), Maria Teresa Macarulla, Leixuri Aguirre, Alfredo Fernandez-Quintela, Agnes M Rimando, Maria Puy Portillo

T6:PO.033 BEEF TALLOW BASED, BUT NOT SOYBEAN-OIL BASED LOW-CARBOHYDRATE/HIGH-FAT DIETS INCREASE INTRAMYOCELLULAR LIPID CONCENTRATIONS AND IMPAIR GLUCOSE TOLERANCE IN RATS Maximilian Bielohuby (Germany), Ayse Zengin, Riia Sustarsic, Elahu Sustarsic, Amon Horngacher, Sarina Benedix, Martin Bidlingmaier T6:PO.034

DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF GASTRIC BYPASS AND SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY ON PLASMA NESFATIN-1 AND OBESTATIN LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS Chen (Taiwan), Lee

T6:PO.035

ASSESSMENT OF ADVANCED GLYCATION END PRODUCTS IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY Chakarova (Bulgaria), Dimova, Tankova, Grozeva, Dakovska

T6:PO.036

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANTHROPOMETRIC PARAMETERS AND CHANGES IN INSULIN DOSES IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS WITH UNCONTROLLED TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS. Melania Mikolajczyk (Poland), Marcin Kosmalski

T6:PO.037 A POSITIVE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN BODY MASS INDEX AND RED BLOOD CELLS, HEMOGLOBIN AND HEMATOCRIT IS DEPENDENT ON ABDOMINAL FAT DISTRIBUTION MARKERS AND THE PRESENCE OF METABOLIC SYNDROME COMPONENTS - RESULTS FROM A NORTH-EAST ITALY POPULATION STUDY Rocco Barazzoni (Italy), Pierandrea Vinci, Gianluca Gortan Cappellari, Enrico Chendi, Mario Ius, Paolo Comina, Annamaria Semolic, Roberta Situlin, Michela Zanetti, Gianfranco Guarnieri T6:PO.038

EFFECT OF OBESITY AND WEIGHT LOSS ON INSULIN RESISTANCE Feray Akbas (Turkey), Hanife Usta Atmaca, Sencan Acar, Mustafa Boz

T6:PO.039

THYROID DYSFUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH OBESITY AND METABOLIC SYNDROME IN ADULTS Bojan Lozanov (Bulgaria), Vankova, Lachezar Lozanov

T6:PO.040

DIABETES MELLITUS (DM) 2 TYPE, OBESITY, MENOPAUSE Voloshynska (The Ukraine), Ilashchuk

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OBESITY AS A GATEWAY TO TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS Ljubinko Vasiljevic (Serbia)

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MICROALBUMINURIA AND CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK FACTORS IN GENERAL POPULATION OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Radana Kollárová (Slovakia), Ivana Koborová, Zora Gerová, Katarína Šebeková

T6:PO.043

OBESITY PRE AND POST RENAL TRANSPLANTATION: METABOLIC IMPLICATIONS Rodrigues (Portugal), Guelho, Bastos, Baptista, Paiva, Ruas, Oliveira, Alves, Roseiro, Bastos, Saraiva, Moreno, Cardoso, Vicente, Dantas, Mota, Carrilho

T6:PO.044

OVERALL AND ABDOMINAL ADIPOSITY IN MIDLIFE AND SUBSEQUENT COGNITIVE FUNCTION Valentina Andreeva (France), Emmanuelle Kesse-Guyot, Mathilde Touvier, Claude Jeandel, Monique Ferry, Serge Hercberg, Pilar Galan

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OBESITY INDICES AND BONE MINERAL DENSITY AMONG KOREAN ELDERLY Shim Kyungwon (South Korea), Won Misun

T6:PO.046

ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION, BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORING, METABOLIC SYNDROME Voloshynska (The Ukraine), Ilashchuk, Malishevska

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BMI TRAJECTORIES THROUGHOUT PAEDIATRIC AGE AND BLOOD PRESSURE AT YOUNG ADULTHOOD: A PORTUGUESE POPULATION-BASED COHORT Araújo (Portugal), Severo, Barros, Ramos

T6:PO.048

NUTRITION AND METABOLIC DISORDERS IN PATIENTS WITH PSORIASIS Ludmila Ivanova (Bulgaria), Galina Zhelezova, Grisha Mateev, Snejana Vassileva, Pencheva, Michailov

T6:PO.049

CONSEQUENCES OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY ON HUMAN SKELETAL SYSTEM Ivan Struhár (Czech Republic), Michal Kumstát

T6:PO.050

CHARACTERISTICS OF METABOLIC DISTURBANCES IN WOMEN WITH POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME (PCOS) Maria Orbetzova (Bulgaria), Gencho Genchev


Posters Friday 30 May 2014 TRACK 2 – Nutrition, Behaviour, Activity and Environment T2 - Guided Posters T2:PO.001

COMPARISON OF TWO DIFFERENT INCREMENTAL EXERCISE TESTS FOR DETERMINATION OF AEROBIC FITNESS IN SEVERE OBESE MEN: EFFECT OF EXERCISE DURATION Davide Malatesta (Switzeland), Franco Codecasa, Mauro Cornacchia, Sabrina Maestrin, Paolo Capodaglio, Amelia Brunani, Alberto Salvadori, Stefano Lanzi

T2:PO.002

STRENGTH GAINS CAN BE ACHIEVED THROUGH AN ACTIVE LIFESTYLE PROMOTION INTERVENTION IN OBESE ADOLESCENTS Sandra Martins (Portugal), Armando Raimundo, António Palmeira, Helena Fonseca

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SIGNIFICANT IMPACT OF ECCENTRIC ENDURANCE EXERCISE ON LIVER ENZYMES IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE INDIVIDUALS Christoph Saely (Austria), Philipp Rein, Alexander Vonbank, Daniela Zanolin, Andreas Leiherer, Heinz Drexel

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ADIPOSE TISSUE IMPAIRMENT AS A CENTRAL DYSMETABOLISM INDUCING EFFECT TRIGGERED BY PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS Pestana (Portugal), Teixeira, Fernandes, Faria, Sá, Faria, Meireles, Norberto, Marques, Correia-Sá, Guimarães, Santos, Taveira-Gomes, Domingues, Delerue-Matos, Monteiro, Calhau

T2:PO.005 DEPRIVATION BY DIET ALONE OR BY AEROBIC EXERCISE ALONE: HOW MODALITY OF AN ACUTE INTERVENTION CAN DIFFERENTLY IMPACT ‘WANTING’ AND ‘LIKING’ OF PREFERRED FOODS Jameason Cameron (Canada), Gary Goldfield, Eric Doucet T2:PO.006

PARENTAL FEEDING PRACTICES AS MEDIATORS BETWEEN MATERNAL NUTRITIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND CHILDREN’S FRUIT AND VEGETABLE INTAKE Dimitrios Koutoukidis (UK), Lucy Cooke

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PROXIMATE COMPOSITION AND FATTY ACID PROFILE OF THREE COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISH SPECIES FROM BULGARIA Albena Merdzhanova (Bulgaria), Mona Stancheva, Lubomir Makedonski

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DELETION OF THE P66SHC GENE PROTECTS FROM LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF HIGH-FAT-DIET EXPOSURE IN UTERO IN A GENDER-DEPENDENT FASHION Veronica Bellisario (Italy), Pamela Panetta, Alessandra Berry, Sara Capoccia, Carla Raggi, Marco Giorgio, Pier Giuseppe Pelicci, Francesca Cirulli

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CHILDREN CONSUMING MILK CEREAL DRINK ARE AT INCREASED RISK FOR OVERWEIGHT- THE IDEFICS SWEDEN STUDY Monica Hunsberger (Sweden), Wiberger, Eiben, Lissner, Mehlig, Papoutsou

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THE EFFECT OF FOOD GROUPS ON THE NAFLD STATUS IN A GREEK POPULATION Ioanna Panagiota Kalafati (Greece), Dimitra Borsa, Maria Dimitriou, Konstantinos Flessas, Jiannis Vlachogiannakos, Konstantinos Revenas, Alexander Kokkinos, Spiros D. Ladas, George V. Dedoussis

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NO DIFFERENCE IN APPETITE SENSATIONS OR ENERGY INTAKE BETWEEN VEGETABLE OR ANIMAL PROTEIN Raben, Anne A (Denmark), Klingenberg, Lars L, Belza Anita A , Bendsen Nathalie NT, Thomassen Malene DM, Astrup Arne A

Activity and exercise T2:PO.013

ABDOMINAL MASSAGE – A POTENTIAL METHOD TO TREAT OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY ALONE AND IN COMBINATION WITH FITBALL Kalinova (Bulgaria)

T2:PO.014 ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN BREAKFAST CONSUMPTION, OBESITY AND OBJECTIVELY-MEASURED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN A MULTI-NATIONAL SAMPLE OF 10 YEAR OLD CHILDREN: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL STUDY OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY, LIFESTYLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT (ISCOLE) Julia Zakrzewski (UK), Martyn Standage, Fiona Gillison, Sean Cumming, Timothy Church, Peter Katzmarzyk T2:PO.015

IMPACT OF MOTHERS NUTRITION AND NUTRITION OF OFFSPRING ON SPONTANEOUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN MALE OFFSPRING Perić Kačarević (Croatia), Marić, Vrselja, Čekić, Radić

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INFLUENCE OF A COMPLEX WEIGHT REDUCTION METHODOLOGY ON BODY COMPOSITION, CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN OBESE PEOPLE Valentine Panayotov (Bulgaria), Petkov, Palatova, Bonova, Yordanova

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THE EFFECT OF OBESITY ON COORDINATION ABILITY OF CHILDREN. David Gaul (Ireland), Johann Issartel, Declan Cody

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Long-term Cardiorespiratory Effects of Mediterranean Diet and Exercise Training Intervention in Sedentary Older Participants Ahmad Alkhatib (UK), Geoff Middleton, Markos Klonizakis

T2:PO.019 GH RESPONSIVENESS BEFORE AND AFTER A 3-WEEK MULTIDISCIPLINARY BODY WEIGHT REDUCTION PROGRAM ASSOCIATED WITH AN INCREMENTAL RESPIRATORY MUSCLE ENDURANCE TRAINING IN OBESE ADOLESCENTS Alessandro Sartorio (Italy), Fiorenza Agosti, Alessandra Patrizi, Gabriella Tringali, Rezene Fessehatsion, Silvano Cella, Antonello Rigamont T2:PO.020

EFFECTS OF 2-WEEK ENDURANCE TRAINING IN SEVERE OBESE MEN: HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL VERSUS FATMAX TRAINING Stefano Lanzi (Switzerland), Franco Codecasa, Mauro Cornacchia, Sabrina Maestrini, Paolo Capodaglio, Amelia Brunan, Alberto Salvador, Davide Malatesta

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VALIDATION OF THE CHILDREN ATTRACTION TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY QUESTIONNAIRE ON MEXICAN CHILDREN Montserrat Bacardi-Gascon (Mexico), Roberto Espinoza-Gutierrez, Arturo Jimenez-Cruz, G Diaz-Ramirez, Raul Gonzalez-Ramirez , AL Armerndariz-Anguiano

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PARENT-CHILDREN RESEMBLANCE AND ASSOCIATIONS OF FAMILY BEHAVIOUR ON CHILDREN BODY FAT Maria João Lagoa (Portugal), Gustavo Silva, Ana Inês Alves, Ana Filipa Medeiros, Jorge Mota, Luísa Aires

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LONG-TERM CARDIORESPIRATORY EFFECTS OF MEDITERRANEAN DIET AND EXERCISE TRAINING INTERVENTION IN SEDENTARY OLDER PARTICIPANTS Ahmad Alkhatib (UK), Middleton, Klonizakis

T2:PO.024 DIFFERENCES IN THE CLASSIFICATION OF BODY WEIGHT IN ADOLESCENTS 18 – 19 YEARS OLD IN THE USAGE OF DIFFERENT TOOLS – BMI AND PERCENTAGE OF BODY FATS, MEASURED BY BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE ANALYSIS Darina Naydenova (Bulgaria), Porojanova, Peteva T2:PO.025

THE PRESCHOOLERS ACTIVITY TRIAL (PAT): A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL EVALUATING THE EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON ADIPOSITY IN THE EARLY YEARS. Gary Goldfield (Canada), Alysha Harvey, Kimberly Grattan, Rachel Colley, Angela Alberga, Zachary Ferraro, Viviene Temple, Patti-Jean Naylor, Nicholas Barrowman, Shanna Wilson, Kristi Adamo

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FOOD AVAILABILITY AT HOME AND SCHOOL ARE MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS OF ENERGY DENSE FOOD CONSUMPTION BY MEXICAN CHILDREN. Montserrat Bacardí-Gascón (Mexico), Gabriela Lopez-Barron, Arturo Jimenez-Cruz

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ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN ROAD TRAFFIC NOISE AND BODY COMPOSITION Christensen (Denmark)

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PHTALATES AS OBESOGENS- EXPOSURE IN HEALTHY ADULT SUBJECTS (METHODOLOGY OF FANTOM STUDY) Dagmar Matejkova (Czech Republic), Dana Mullerova, Stepan Svacina, Karel Vrbik, Roman Piecha

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FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH BURDEN METABOLIC SYNDROME DISEASES IN URBAN BRAZILIAN POPULATION: A MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS Larissa Mendes (Brazil), Fernanda Matozinhos, Crizian Saar, Milene Pessoa, Gustavo Velásquez-Meléndez

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ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AND SCHOOL ASSET FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY Ka Wing Ho (China), Lobo Hung-tak Louie2, Wilfred Hing-sang Wong1, Chun-bong Chow1, Patrick Ip1

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OBJECTIVELY EXAMINING THE IMPACT OF THE OBESOGENIC ENVIRONMENT ON CHILDHOOD OBESITY IN NORTH ENGLAND Hobbs (UK)

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A MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS OF FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH OVERWEIGHT IN BRAZILIAN ADULTS Larissa Mendes (Brazil), Crizian Saar, Fernanda Matozinhos, Milene Pessoa , Gustavo Velásquez-Meléndez

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OBJECTIVELY EXAMINING THE IMPACT OF THE OBESOGENIC ENVIRONMENT ON CHILDHOOD OBESITY IN NORTH ENGLAND Hobbs (UK), Griffiths, Gately, McKenna

Food Choice and appetite T2:PO.034

DOES CCK PLAY A ROLE IN THE CONTROL OF SATIETY OR SATIATION? Gibbons (UK), Finlayson, Caudwell, Hellström, Webb, Näslund, Blundell

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ARE SUPERMARKET “LOW FAT FOODS” IN THE UK BETTER THAN THEIR “REGULAR FAT” COUNTERPARTS IN TERMS OF SUGAR AND OVERALL CALORIE CONTENT? Caroline Steele (Netherlands), Dale Carter, Alicia Kaill, Tricia Monaghan, Matthew Capehorn

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THE ODOR OF OSMANTHUS FRAGRANS CHANGES FEEDING PATTERN Tsuji Tadataka (Japan), Inui Tadashi, Kogo Mikihiko, Yamamoto Takashi

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EFFECTS OF POLYDEXTROSE ON APPETITE RATINGS AND ENERGY INTAKES: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS Alvin Ibarra (Finland), Nerys Astbury, Kaisa Olli, Esa Alhoniemi, Kirsti Tiihonen

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CONSUMER PERCEPTION IN EUROPE AROUND THE USE OF STEVIA IN FOODS AND BEVERAGES TO REDUCE SUGAR INTAKE Cathy Kapica (US)

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REPRODUCIBILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE THREE-FACTOR EATING QUESTIONNAIRE R-18 AMONG 10 TO 12 YEAR OLD MEXICAN CHILDREN Arturo Jimenez-Cruz (Mexico), Samuel Munguia-Lizarraga, Montserrat Bacardi-Gascon, Ana Lilia Armendariz-Anguiano, Raul Gonzalez-Ramirez

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ASSOCIATION OF TRANS-ACTING SI-RNA GENE POLYMORPHISMS AND FOOD CONSUMPTION IN THE BARIATRIC SURGERY WARD Renata Cintra (Brazil), Rozangela Verlengia, Alex Crisp, Noa Schnor, Patrícia Novais, Irineu Rasera-Jr, Maria Oliveira

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EXPERIENCING OBESITY IN AN UNEQUAL WORLD Paul Bissell (UK), Marian Peacocl, Joanne Blackburn, Christine Smith

T2:PO.043 DEPRIVATION BY DIET ALONE OR BY AEROBIC EXERCISE ALONE: HOW MODALITY OF AN ACUTE INTERVENTION CAN DIFFERENTLY IMPACT ‘WANTING’ AND ‘LIKING’ OF PREFERRED FOODS. Jameason Cameron (Canada), Gary Goldfield, Eric Doucet T2:PO.044

INCENTIVISING “HEALTHIER” WORKPLACE VENDING OPTIONS USING PRICE DISCOUNTING: A MULTI-SITE STUDY IN CENTRAL SCOTLAND John Mooney (UK), Annie Anderson, Tracey Graham, John Frank

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PREVENTION THROUGH HEALTHY EATING HABITS PROMOTION: THE EUROPEAN FOOD PROGRAMME (FIGHTING OBESITY THROUGH OFFER AND DEMAND) Nolwenn BERTRAND (Belgium), Martin Caraher

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EFFECT OF THERMAL PROCESSING ON FAT SOLUBLE VITAMIN CONTENTS IN BLACK SEA SHAD (ALOSA PONTICA) Diana Dobreva (Bulgaria), Albena Merdzhanova, Mona Stancheva

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SOME METABOLIC EFFECTS OF HIGH-FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP CONSUMPTION Naskovska (Bulgaria), Naydenova

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WHEY PROTEIN, AS A WEIGHT REDUCTION DIETARY SUPPLEMENT Mohammad Samadi (Iran), Hadi Atarod, Foad Asjodi

Pychological and behavioral factors

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SATISFACTION OF OBESE PREGNANT WOMEN WITH THE DALI PILOT LIFESTYLE STUDY Sander Galjaard (Belgium), Judith Jelsma, Goele Jans, Roland Devlieger, David Simmons, Mireille Poppel

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DEPRESSION, BODY IMAGE AND BINGE EATING IN INDIVIDUALS WITH OBESITY: THE ROLE OF AGE, GENDER AND LIPID INTAKE Joana Carvalho-Ferreira (Brazil), Bárbara Dal Molin Netto, Aline de Piano, Danielle Caranti, Flávia Corgosinho, Giovana Jamar, Deborah Masquio, Lian Tock, Marco Túlio de Mello, Sergio Tufik, Ana Dâmaso


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HOW TO ACCELERATE BEHAVIOUR CHANGE IN COMMUNITY-BASED PROGRAMMES Pierre Richard (Belgium), Mireille Roillet, Rafael Casas, Silvia Bucur, Hannah Finch, Jean-Michel Borys

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FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH LOW DOMAIN SPECIFIC SELF-ESTEEM IN CHILDREN WITH OVERWEIGHT Yngvild Danielsen (Norway), Kjell Morten Stormark, Inger Hilde Nordhus, Magne Mæhle, Liv Sand, Belinda Ekornås, Ståle Pallesen

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DECREASE IN LEPTIN CONCENTRATIONS PREDICTED CHANGE IN DEPRESSION SYMPTOMS OF OBESE ADOLESCENTS DURING WEIGHT LOSS Joana Carvalho-Ferreira (Brazil), Deborah Masquio, Bárbara Dal Molin Netto, Raquel Campos, Flávia Corgosinho, Lian Tock, Sergio Tufik, Marco Túlio de Mello, Ana Dâmaso

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SAMBUCUS EBULUS L. TEA CONSUMPTION AFFECTS LEPTIN AND ADIPONECTIN LEVELS IN HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS Oskan Tasinov (Bulgaria), Yoana Kiselova-Kaneva, Diana Ivanova

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SELF-COMPASSION AS A RESOURCE IN THE SELF-STIGMA PROCESS OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE INDIVIDUALS Hilbert (Germany), Braehler, Zenger

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“I EAT BETTER WHEN PHYSICALLY ACTIVE”: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF AUTONOMOUS REGULATIONS TOWARDS EATING Eliana Carraça (Portugal), Sook Leong, Caroline Horwath, Pedro Teixeira

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QUALITY OF LIFE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS IN OVERWEIHT CHILDREN AND CHILDREN WITH OBESITY Margarita Gurova (Russia), Anna Guseva, Valeria Novikova

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CENTRAL OBESITY ANTHROPOMETRIC MEASURES ARE DIRECTLY RELATED TO ANXIETY SYMPTOMS IN OBESE ADULTS Danielle Caranti (Bazil), Lorenza Carvalho, Cibele Furlan, Amanda Moraes, Ricardo Badan, Vanessa Poli, Mario Maróstica Junior, Eliane Ribeiro

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HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE 5 YEARS AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY AND INTENSIVE LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION FOR MORBID OBESITY Tor-Ivar Karlsen (Norway), Randi Størdal Lund, Rune Sandbu, Jøran Hjelmeseth

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SEEKING NORMALITY FROM BARIATRIC SURGERY Catherine Homer (UK), Angela Tod

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TRAINING GPS INCREASES THE NUMBER OF CONSULTATIONS OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN WHICH HEALTHY EATING AND EXERCISE IS RAISED Winifred Paulis (Netherlands), Marienke van Middelkoop, Sylvia Kauer, George Patton, Lena Sanci

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LONG-TERM EFFECTIVENESS OF TWO FAMILY BASED LIFE STYLE INTERVENTION PROGRAMS ON CHILDHOOD OBESITY. A 2-YEARS RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED PRAGMATIC TRIAL Beate Benestad (Norway), Samira Lekhal, Jens Kristoffer Hertel, Rønnaug Ødegård, Jøran Hjelmesæth

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ARE NEGATIVE THOUGHTS ABOUT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY STOPPING CHILDREN FROM BEING ACTIVE? Fiona Ling (Australia), Alison McManus, Rich Masters, Remco Polman

T2:PO.065 DOES LIFESTYLE COACHING AFFECT DIET AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY STAGE OF CHANGE SCORES IN OBESE PREGNANT WOMEN? PILOT OBSERVATIONS FROM THE EUROPEAN DALI PROJECT Goele Jans (Belgium), Lieveke Ameye, Christophe Matthys, Sander Galjaard, Judith Jelsma, David Simmons, Mireille Van Poppel, Roland Devlieger, Dali Core Investigator Group6 T2:PO.066

WEIGHT BIAS INTERNALIZATION, SELF-EFFICACY, AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN BARIATRIC SURGERY CANDIDATES Claudia Hübner (Germany), Markus Zenger, Sabrina Baldofski, Beate Herbig, Wolfgang Tigges, Christian Jurowich, Stefan Kaiser, Christine Stroh, Arne Dietrich, Almut Rudolph, Anja Hilbert

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PRE-PREGNANCY BODY MASS INDEX AND QUALITY OF LIFE DURING PREGNANCY Marie Harte (Ireland), Celine Murrin, Cecily Kelleher

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PERCEIVED STRESS, COPING AND EATING BEHAVIOURS IN MALTESE ADOLESCENTS: DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE ONLINE INTERVENTION Daniela Cassola (UK), Anne de Looy, Ray Jones

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COMPARISON OF INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR BINGE EATING DISORDER. A RANDOMIZED, TWO -YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY. Tatsiana Ramanouskaya (Belorussia)

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CBT OF WEIGHT REGAIN COMPARED WITH INITIAL WEIGHT LOSS PROCESS Roman Tyutev (Russia), Elena Efimova

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RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE NORWEGIAN VERSION OF OBESITY-RELATED PROBLEMS SCALE Anny Aasprang (Norway), John Andersen, Villy Våge, Ronnie Kolotkin, Gerd Natvig

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THREE-YEAR WEIGHT MANAGEMENT IN OVERWEIGHT WOMEN: A SIGNAL DETECTION ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOURAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PREDICTORS Inês Santos (Portugal), Jutta Mata, Eliana Carraça, Marlene Silva, Luís Sardinha, Pedro Teixeira

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PERCEIVED STRESS, COPING AND EATING BEHAVIOURS IN MALTESE ADOLESCENTS: DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE ONLINE INTERVENTION Daniela Cassola (UK), Anne de Looy, Ray Jones

T2:PO.074 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF ADULTS SEEKING WEIGHT-LOSS TREATMENT (EATING DISORDERS, DEPRESSION AND SELF-AGGRESSION) AND METABOLISM LEVEL AND BODY COMPOSITION. HOW WE CAN CHANGE OUR ENERGY LEVEL Varvara Leschinskaya (Russia), Oleg Grishin T2:PO.075

THE LONG-TERM IMPACT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS ON FUTURE QUALITY OF LIFE IN ADULTS: RESULTS FROM THE MONICA/ KORA COHORT STUDIES Silke Wolfenstetter (Germany), Christina Teuner, Rolf Holle, Andreas Mielck, Annette Peters, Matthias Hunger

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QUALITY OF LIFE PERCEPTION AMONG OBESE PEOPLE COMPARED TO NON-OBESE ONES Manuel Pena Arnaiz (Spain), Daniel Ríos García, Meritxell Caldero Sole, Virginia Sanchez Fernandez, Mar Alvarez Ceballos, Gemma Pascual Sol, Eladi Miguel Llordes, Rosa Llovet Font, Neus Miró Vallvé, Marina Roca Monsó, Marc Olivart Parejo, Juan Carlos Salamanca Cedeño, Juanjo Perez Amador

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EVALUATION OF ANXIOLYTIC-LIKE EFFECTS OF A SATIATING EXTRACT FROM GREEN LEAFS, CALLED THYLAKOIDS, IN MICE Egecioglu Emil (Sweden), Yoshikawa Masaaki, Erlanson-Albertsson Charlotte

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EFFECT OF AGRIMONIA EUPATORIA TEA CONSUMPTION ON MARKERS OF OXIDATIVE STATUS IN OVERWEIGHT SUBJECTS Oskan Tasinov (Bulgaria), Neshe Nazifova-Tasinova, Yoana Kiselova-Kaneva, Diana Ivanova

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A NOVEL MEASURE OF SELF-DISCRIMINATION IN BINGE EATING DISORDER AND OBESITY Almut Rudolph (Germany), Anja Hilbert

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BODY MASS INDEX (BMI) AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN LLEIDA (SPAIN) Manuel Pena Arnaiz (Spain), Daniel Ríos García, Meritxell Caldero Sole, Virginia Sanchez Fernandez, Gemma Pascual Sol, Mar Alvarez Ceballos, Rosa Llovet Font, Josep Montserrat Capdevila, Eladi Miguel Llordes, Marina Roca Monsó, Neus Miró Vallvé, Juan Carlos Salamanca Cedeño, Marc Olivart Parejo

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ASSESSING THE 1-YEAR LONG EFFECTIVENESS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY TO WEIGHT LOSS IN RUSSIA Roman Tyutev (Russia), Andrey Bobrovskiy, Veronika Pirogova

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BODY IDEALS AND EVALUATION PRACTICES AMONG NORMAL WEIGHT AND MODERATELY OVERWEIGHT INDIVIDUALS Nina Nissen (Russia), Charlotte Baarts, Lotte Holm

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CORRELATES OF HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE ADULTS WITH CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Miljana Kukic (Coratia), Alessandra Pokrajac-Bulian, Alen Ruzic

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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE THERAPEUTIC EDUACTION PROGRAM TO OBESE PATIENTS IN ROMANIA AND ITS PLACING IN THE CRITERIA FOR EVALUATING THE QUALITY OF CARE Stafie Celina (Romania)

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IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DYNAMIC POSTURAL BALANCE AND MUSCULAR FITNESS IN OBESE ADULTS? Danielle Caranti (Brazil), Maythe Nascimento, Liu Yi, Bruna Martinez, Cintia Ferreira, Ricardo Sanches, João Fidalgo, Vanessa Poli, Amanda Moraes

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LEARNING STYLES OF EATING BEHAVIOR IN INDIVIDUALS OLDER THAN 50 YEARS Kopitko Marina (Russia), Volkova Liudmila

Dietary Patterns T2:PO.088

IMPACT OF PROBABILISTIC FOOD REPLACEMENT: SUBSTITUTION OF MEAT WITH OILY FISH CONSUMPTION IN THE UK DIET Sandrine Pigat (Ireland)

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ITALIAN ADOLESCENTS: ADHERENCE TO THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET AND ACTIVE LIFESTYLE. Romana Roccaldo (Italy), Laura D’Addezio, Laura Censi, Myriam Galfo

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NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF SNACKS ACCORDING TO THE PRESCHOOL CHILDREN WEIGHT STATUS Abreu Abreu (Portugal), Pedro Moreira, Jorge Mota, Luísa Soares-Miranda, Susana Vale1

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DO PATIENTS ATTENDING THE ROTHERHAM INSTITUTE FOR OBESITY GAIN WEIGHT OVER THE CHRISTMAS PERIOD? Caroline Steele (Netherlands), Matthew Capehorn

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CONSUMPTION OF ALMONDS AS A SNACK MODERATES APPETITE AND GLYCEMIA WITHOUT INCREASING ENERGY INTAKE Richard Mattes (USA), Sze Tan

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HEALTHY EATING HAS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ON SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING IN OVERWEIGHT WOMEN: INCREASING FIBRE INTAKE CONFERS ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Kyriaki Myrissa (UK), Fiona Croden, Diana Camidge, Arief Gusnanto, Jenny Walton, Alexa Hoyland, Louise Dye, Clare Lawton

T2:PO.094 EVIDENCE OF GUT MICROBIAL SPECIES DIFFERENTIAL COLONIZATION UNDER A MODEL OF HIGH-FAT SUCROSE DIETARY INTAKE: A HIGH- THROUGHPUT APPROACH BY 16S RDNA PYROSEQUENCING Maria Puy Portillo (Spain), Usune Etxeberria, Noemi Arias, Maria Teresa Macarulla, J Alfredo Martinez, Fermin I Milagro T2:PO.095

EFFECT OF WEIGHT LOSS DUE TO MEDITERRANEAN STYLE DIET IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROMES Singh Ram (India), Teodora Darlenska, Svetoslav Handjiev, Krasimira Hristova

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FLOS LONICERA AMELIORATES OBESITY AND ASSOCIATED ENDOTOXEMIA IN RATS THROUGH MODULATION OF GUT PERMEABILITY AND INTESTINAL MICROBIOTA Hojun Kim (South Korea), Jun-hwan Lee

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ASSESSMENT OF THE FOOD GUIDELINES FOR LUNCH PACKS AMONG MEXICAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN Glenda Diaz-Ramirez (Mexico), Montserrat Bacardi-Gascon (Mexico), Roberto Espinoza-Gutierrez, GLP Lopez-Barron, A Jimenez-Cruz

T2:PO.98 FEEDING-RELATED OVERT AND COVERT CONTROL PRACTICES AMONG PARENTS OF PRESCHOOLERS IN SWEDEN – A VALIDATION STUDY OF THE OVERT AND COVERT CONTROL QUESTIONNAIRE Paulina Nowicka (Sweden), Derek Hales, Carl-Erik Flodmark, Myles Faith

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SOCIOECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF DIETARY PATTERNS IN LOW AND MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES: A SISTEMATIC REVIEW Ana-Lucia Mayen-Chacon (Switzerland), Pedro Marques-Vidal, Silvia Stringhini

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CIRCADIAN ENERGY INTAKE OF THE PORTUGUESE Sílvia Pinhão (Portugal), Rui Poínhos, Cláudia Afonso, Pedro Moreira, Vitor Hugo Teixeira, Catarina Durão, Olivia Pinho, Diana Silva, José Pedro Lima Reis, Manuel Teixeira Veríssimo, Bruno Oliveira, Sandra Gonçalves, Diva Melim, Maria Daniel Vaz de Almeida, Flora Correia

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DIET COMPOSITION AND DIET HABITS IN DIFFERENT BMI AND AGE GROUPS Stepan Svacina (Czech Republic), Martin Matoulek, Aneta Lochmanova, Jan Lajka, Lucie Zackova

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RISK ASSESSMENT OF NUTRITIONAL AND ANTHROPOMETRIC IMBALANCE OF WOMEN IN REPRODUCTIVE AGE IN BULGARIA Donka Baykova (Bulgaria), Dimiter Markov, Peter Markov

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DIETITIANS AND NUTRITIONISTS PLAY A KEY ROLE IN WEIGHT MANAGEMENT GLOBALLY Kappelhof (USA), Meyer


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THE EFFECT OF INREASED PROTEIN INTAKE ON BODY COMPOSITION IN WEIGHT REDUCTION PROGRAM Halmy Eszter (Hungary), Halmy László

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FOOD BEHAVIOR AND EATING HABITS IN SCHOOL CHILDREN Fouzia Tebbani (Algeria), Hayet Oulamara

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ESTIMATION OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF BEVERAGES TO ENERGY INTAKE IN GREECE USING 7 DAY DIARIES Aleks Pepa (Athens), Olga Malisova, Ekavi Georgousopoulou, Maria Kapsokefalou

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EVALUATION OF DIETARY HABITS OF MEDICAL STUDENTS REGARDING OBESITY Maja Nikolić (Serbia), Aleksandra Stanković, Bojana Vuković Mirković

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ANTIOXIDANTS IN THE TRADITIONAL NUTRITION OF THE BALKAN COUNTRIES - THE BALKAN DIET Svetoslav Handjiev (Bulgaria), Aneliya Kuzeva, Kaloyan Takov, Tea Alexandrova, Teodora Handjieva-Darlenska

TRACK 3 – Childhood and Lifelong Perspectives T3 - Guided Posters

T3:PO.001 AGE, PERIOD AND COHORT EFFECTS IN ANTHROPOMETRIC DEVELOPMENT OF YOUTH IN SINGAPORE FROM 1990 TO 2011: THE SINGAPORE LONGITUDINAL AND LIFE COURSE COHORT (SLLCC) Xuanhao Chan (Singapore) T3:PO.002

BREAST-FEEDING AND ADULT BODY FAT: THE MISSING CONFOUNDING FACTOR Marie-Françoise Rolland-Cachera (France), Sandrine Péneau, Valentina Andreeva, Serge Hercberg

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WHY DO FAMILIES DROP OUT OF OBESITY TREATMENT PROGRAMMES? PROGRAMME FACTORS MAY BE MORE IMPORTANT THAN FAMILY FACTORS. Shaza Abo’ouf Hammed (Scotland), Charlotte Wright, David Morrison, Anne Gebbie-Diben

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PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM THE ADONUT STUDY: WEIGHT STATUS OF GREEK ADOLESCENT BOYS Maria Grammatikopoulou (Greece), Dimitrios Poulimeneas, Iro Gounitsiot, Konstantina Gerothanasi, Maria Tsigga, Efstratios Kiranas

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GLUCOSE HOMEOSTASIS AND INSULIN RESISTANCE: PREVALENCE AND GENDER DIFFERENCES IN CZECH ADOLESCENTS Hana Zamrazilova (Czech Republic), Irena Alhoon Hainerova, Lenka Dusatkova, Barbora Sedlackova, Petr Hlavaty, Marie Kunesova, Richard Hampl, Vojtech Hainer

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DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORIES OF BODY MASS INDEX (BMI) FROM BIRTH TO LATE CHILDHOOD AND THEIR RELATION WITH PATERENTAL AND CHILD NUTRIENTS INTAKE Hala Khalil (Ireland), Celine Murrin, Karien Viljoen, John O’Brien, Ricardo Segurado, Cecily Kelleher

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PREDICTORS OF INSULIN RESISTANCE IN ADOLESCENTS Vojtech Hainer (Czech Republic), Hana Zamrazilova, Lenka Dusatkova, Barbora Sedlackova, Petr Hlavaty, Martin Hill, Richard Hampl, Marie Kunesova, Irena Aldhoon Hainerova

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ASSESSMENT OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS-PITUITARY-ADRENAL AXIS WITH LOW DOSE SHORT SYNACHTEN TESTS IN ADULTS WITH PRADER-WILLI SYNDROME Graziano Grugni (Italy), Andrea Corrias, Stefania Di Candia, Danilo Fintini, Luigi Gargantini, Lorenzo Iughetti, Letizia Ragusa, Alessandro Salvatoni, Alessandro Sartorio, Luciano Beccaria, Giuseppe Chiumello, Antonino Crinò

Childhood epidemiology T3:PO.009

PREVALENCE OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY AMONG (0-15 YEARS) PAEDIATRICS IN OMAN: A RETROSPECTIVE CHART REVIEW Shadya Al-Harthy (Oman)

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OBESITY OF PORTUGUESE PRESCHOOL CHILDREN AND ASSOCIATIONS WITH FAMILY CHARACTERISTICAS AND CHILD BEHAVIOURS Cristina Padez (Portugal), Augusta Gama, Isabel Mourão, Helena Nogueira, Vitor Marques

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CHILDHOOD OBESITY - A NEW CHALLENGE FOR BASIC HEALTH UNITS IN BRAZIL Pedro Souza (Brazil), Lucas Maychak, Monica Ferreira

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PREVALENCE OF MEASURED OVERWEIGHT AMONG 10-12 YEAR OLD SOUTH ASIAN AND NON-SOUTH ASIAN CHILDREN Ananya Banerjee (Canada), Parminder Flora, Michelle Stone, Guy Faulkne

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PARENTAL MARITAL STATUS AND CHILDHOOD OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY: A NATIONALLY REPRESENTATIVE STUDY Anna Biehl (Norway), Ragnhild Hovengen, Else-Karin Grøholt, Jøran Hjelmesæth, Bjørn Heine Strand, Haakon E Meyer

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HEALTH PROFILES OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE YOUNG PEOPLE IN GENERAL PRACTICE Winifred Paulis (Netherlands), Millicent Palmer, Patty Chondros, Sylvia Kauer, Marienke van Middelkoop, Lena Sanci

T3:PO.015 CHILDHOOD OVERWEIGHT TRENDS IN NORWAY: GROWING SOCIAL INEQUALITIES. A NATIONALLY REPRESENTATIVE STUDY Ragnhild Hovengen (Norway), Bjørn Heine Strand T3:PO.016

Assessment of overweight and obesity in Albanian schoolchildren Jolanda Hyska (Albania), Genc Burazeri, Ehad Mersini

Complications and Management T3:PO.017

METABOLIC SYNDROME COMPONENTS AND OXIDATIVE STRESS LEVEL IN OBESE CHILDREN Pawel Matusik (Poland), Zofia Prokopowicz , Magdalena Olszanecka-Glinianowicz, Jerzy Chudek, Ewa Malecka-Tendera

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IMPACT OF MOTHERS NUTRITION AND NUTRITION OF OFFSPRING ON GLUCOSE LEVELS IN MALE OFFSPRING Marić (Croatia), Perić Kačarević, Vrselja, Perković, Radić

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Posters Friday 30 May 2014 T3:PO.019 THE EFFECT OF WEIGHT LOSS MAGNITUDE ON PRO-/ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ADIPOKINES AND CAROTID INTIMA-MEDIA THICKNESS IN OBESE ADOLESCENTS ENGAGED IN INTERDISCIPLINARY WEIGHT LOSS THERAPY Deborah Masquio (Brazil), Aline de Piano, Priscila Sanches, Flávia Corgosinho, Raquel Campos, June Carnier, Patrícia da Silva, Danielle Caranti, Lian Tock, Lila Oyama, Cláudia Oller do Nascimento, Marco Túlio de Mello, Sergio Tufik, Ana Dâmaso T3:PO.020

HIGHER CARDIOVASCULAR RISK IN TREATMENT SEEKING SEVERLY OBESE ADOLESCENT THAN IN CHILDREN Samira Lekhal (Norway), Jens Hertel, Beate Benestad, Jøran Hjelmesæth

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NONALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE (NAFLD) IN OBESE CHILDREN Zofia Prokopowicz (Poland), Paweł Matusik, Ewa Małecka-Tendera

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THE NEW ADIPOKINE PROGRANULIN – RELATION TO OBESITY, CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK FACTORS AND SELECTED HORMONES IN ADOLESCENTS Barbora Sedlackova (Netherlands), Hana Zamrazilova, Lenka Dusatkova, Irena Aldhoon Hainerova, Josef Vcelak, Petr Hlavaty, Marie Kunesova, Richard Hampl, Vojtech Hainer

T3:PO.023 NEONATAL ADIPOSITY IN THE OBESE AND NON-OBESE PREGNANT WOMEN: BIRTH-WEIGHT AND NEONATAL ANTHROPOMETRY MEASUREMENTS, PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A MULTICENTER EUROPEAN STUDY. Sander Galjaard (Belgium), Goele Jans, Juergen Harreiter, Alexandra Kautzky-Willer, Roland Devlieger, DALI DALI Core Investigators Group T3:PO.024

A CASE OF PARTIAL PRADER-WILLI SYNDROME DUE TO MOSAIC MATERNAL UPD OF CHROMOSOME 15 DETECTED BY SNP MICROARRAY Anita Morandi (Italy), Stéphane Lobbens, Marco Carotenuto, Emanuele Miraglia del Giudice, Claudio Maffeis

T3:PO.025 PSYCHOSOCIAL OUTCOMES, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND PHYSICAL FITNESS MEASURES FROM THE BOB STUDY - PILOT STUDY ASSESSING THE USE OF AN INTRAGASTRIC BALLOON AND A LIFESTYLE SUPPORT PROGRAM TO PROMOTE WEIGHT LOSS IN SEVERELY OBESE ADOLESCENTS Lindsey Reece (UK), Pooja Sachdev, Copeland Copeland, Neil Wright, Jerry Wales T3:PO.026 REGULAR AEROBIC PHYSICAL ACTIVITY (PA) HAS A PREVENTIVE ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF INSULIN-RESISTANCE (IR) AND METABOLIC SYNDROME (MS) IN OVERWEIGHT/OBESE (OW/OB) CHILDREN Mosca (Italy), Mercurio, De Lucia, Piedimonte, Roma, Giacomini, Malara, Vania T3:PO.027

ACCURACY OF ANTHROPOMETRIC VARIABLES AS MARKERS OF METABOLIC IMPAIRMENT IN OBESE CHILDREN Anita Morandi (Italy), Emanuele Miraglia del Giudice, Marco Marigliano, Beatrice Moro, Paola Peverelli, Claudio Maffeis

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TEMPERATURE PROBE ENTRAPMENT DURING LAPAROSCOPIC SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY: A PREVENTABLE COMPLICATION. A CASE REPORT AND LITERATURE REVIEW. Guru Raghavendra (UK), Shlokarth Balupuri

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CORRECT LIFESTYLES IN OVERWEIGHT/OBESE (OW/OB) PAEDIATRIC SUBJECTS: HOW MANY MONTHS ARE NEEDED? Piedimonte (Italy), Mercurio, Mosca, De Lucia, Roma, Giacomini, Malara, Vania

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ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN PICKINESS, FAMILY-CONFLICTS AND WEIGHT DEVELOPMENT AMONG CHILDREN AGED 2-6 YEARS Jeanett Friis Rohde (Denmark), Maria Trærup, Maria Stougaard, Mina N. Händel, Louise M. Østergaard, Tine Buch-Andersen, Nanna J. Olsen, Charlotte Seeger, Berit L. Heitmann

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THE CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS OF CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM HORMONAL REGULATION AT THE WOMEN WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF OBESITY Ani Karapetyan (Russia), Boris Pinkhasov, Vera Selyatitskaya, Elvira Astrakhantseva, Natalya Minina

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EFFECTS OF VITAMIN D ON CARDIOVASCULAR RISK IN NON-ALCHOOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE OBESE ADOLESCENTS Raquel Campos (Brazil), Deborah Masquio, Ana Paula Clemente, Flávia Corgosinho, Joana Carvalho-Ferreira, Bárbara Dal Molin Netto, Carolina Ackel-D’Elia, Lian Tock, Sergio Tufik, Marco Túlio de Mello, Ana Dâmaso

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OBESITY IN PRESCHOOLERS: CLINICAL AND METABOLIC CHARACTERISTICS Elena Pavlovskaya (Russia), Tatiana Strokova, Alexander Surkov, Elena Kutyreva, Boris Kaganov

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BODY MASS INDEX (BMI) AND BIRTH WEIGHT, AND SPONTANEOUS PRETERM LABOR Maryam Kashanian (Iran), Fatemeh Sharifzadeh

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RISK FACTORS AND PECULIARITIES OF BRONCHIAL ASTHMA (BA) IN CHILDREN WITH OBESITY Revyakina (Russia), Kuvshinova, Monosova, Timofeeva

TRACK 4 – Prevention, Public Health and Epidemiology T4- Guided Posters

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REFERRAL PROCESS AND ITS IMPACT ON PROGRAMME OUTCOMES OF FAMILIES ON A CHILDREN’S WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME Kentish (UK), Gately

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THE IMPACT OF OBESITY ON MEDICAL COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH LIFESTYLE-RELATED DISEASES Fuminori Katsukawa (Japan), Kazuya Shimojima

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MODELLING THE EFFECT AND POTENTIAL COST SAVING OF OBESITY PREVENTION: THE CASE OF INCREASED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN A PRIMARY SCHOOL SETTING Vidar Halsteinli (Norway), Rønnaug Ødegård, Hanne Skjåkødegård

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WHICH COSTS DOES CHILDHOOD OBESITY CAUSE? IMPLICATIONS FOR OBESITY PREVENTION IN GERMANY Diana Sonntag (Germany), Freia de Bock

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PATIENTS’ PERCEPTIONS ABOUT OBESITY-RELATED COMORBIDITIES IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE IN THE GREEK REGION OF THRACE Papazoglou (Greece), Tsolaki, Pafili, Papatheodorou, Hartaba, Leontidou, Kiose, Manolis, Vakas, Papanas

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EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF INTERVENTIONS AIMING TO PROMOTE HEALTHY BEHAVIORS AND WEIGHT IN YOUNG PEOPLE IN CANADA: A REVIEW. Philippe De Wals (Canada), Nathalie Dumas, Michael Gandonou Migan, Sherri Bisset


Posters Friday 30 May 2014 T4:PO.007 COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF PRIMARY CARE REFERRAL TO A COMMERCIAL PROVIDER FOR WEIGHT LOSS TREATMENT, RELATIVE TO STANDARD CARE–A MODELLED LIFETIME ANALYSIS Nicholas Fuller (Australia), Hannah Carter, Deborah Schofield, Hans Hauner, Susan Jebb, Stephen Colagiuri, Ian Caterson T4:PO.008

HOW TO ACCELERATE BEHAVIOUR CHANGE IN COMMUNITY BASED PROGRAMMES Richard (Belgium), Mireille Roillet, Rafael Casas, Silvia Bucur, Hannah Finch, Jean-Michel Borys

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NUTRITION, LIFESTYLE AND SOCIOECONOMIC VARIABLES AS CO-DETERMINANTS OF OBESITY WHAT EU STATISTICS SUGGEST? Marina Mastrostefano (UK)

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VALIDITY OF SELF-REPORTED LUNCH RECALLS IN SWEDISH SCHOOL CHILDREN AGED 6–8 YEARS Monica Hunsberger (Germany)

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OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY ASSESSMENT OF CHILDREN UNDER 5 IN SOFIA CITY USING INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL STANDARDS AND CRITERIA Lalka Rangelova (Bulgaria), Stefka Petrova

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GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION OF HYPERTENSION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: A CASE STUDY OF SOUTH AFRICA. Tigbe (UK), Kandala, Manda, Stranges1

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FIVE YEARS TREND IN THE RELATION OF AGE AND BMI TO THE PREVALENCE AND INCIDENCE OF HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES Stepan Svacina (Czech Republic), Martin Matoulek, Dagmar Matejkova, Dana Mullerova, Jan Lajka

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DIFFERENTIAL ROLES OF FREE FATTY ACIDS IN AN EXPERIMENTAL MODEL OF OBESITY Kameliya Bratoeva (Bulgaria), Albena Merdzhanova

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SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND RISK FOR PRE-DIABETES AND DIABETES IN U.S. ADULTS: A STUDY OF BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL PATHWAYS Tsenkova (USA)

Community/population strategies and interventions T4:PO.017

IS PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP A KEY OF SUSTAINABILITY FOR OBESITY PREVENTION COMMUNITY-BASED PROGRAMMES? Jean-Michel Borys (France), Pierre Richard, Pauline Harper, Hugues Ruault Du Plessis, Hannah Finch

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PREVALENCE OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AMONG SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN IN IRAQ Azad Haleem (Irak), Abbas Ahmed

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AN INTERVENTION TO PROMOTE HEALTHY EATING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN LEBANESE SCHOOL CHILDREN: HEALTH-E-PALS, A PILOT CLUSTER RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL Carla Habib-Mourad (Lebanon), Lilian Ghandour, Helen Moore, Nahla Hwalla, Carolyn Summerbell

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CULTURE CONGRUENT OBESITY INTERVENTIONS: A CHALLENGE FOR SOUTH AFRICAN HEALTH PRACTITIONERS Tendani Ramukumba (South Africa)

T4:PO.021 A RANDOMISED FEASIBILITY TRIAL OF WEIGHT WATCHERS GROUPS WITH ADDITIONAL DIETETIC SUPPORT COMPARED TO WEIGHT WATCHERS GROUPS ONLY IN WOMEN TREATED FOR BREAST CANCER: THE BREAST CANCER HEALTHY WEIGHT (BRIGHT) STUDY Rumana Newlands (UK), Leone Craig, Julia Clark, McNeill McNeill, Pat Hoddinott, Steven Heys T4:PO.022

THE SOUTH YORKSHIRE COHORT (SYC): A NEW RESEARCH PLATFORM FOR OBESITY RESEARCH Haywood (UK), Green, Relton, Smith, Goyder, Bissell

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GREY LITERATURE IN NUTRITION, HEALTH AND FOOD SAFETY - AN EXPLORATIVE STUDY INTO SIZE, NEEDS OF SCIENTISTS AND RETRIEVABILITY Hans Verhagen (Netherlands), Liliana François, Miriam Haaksma, Astrid van der Harst, L. Cristobal Monraz Gomez, Maartje Schreurs, Roderick Gielis, Nick Vos, Renger Witkamp

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IMPACT OF AN INTERVENTION TAUGHT BY TRAINED TEACHERS ON DIETARY QUALITY IN CHILDREN Rosário (Portugal), Araújo, Padrão, Oliveira, Lopes, Teixeira, Moreira, Barros, Pereira, Moreira

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PATIENTS’ PERCEPTIONS ABOUT OBESITY-RELATED COMORBIDITIES IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE IN THE GREEK REGION OF THRACE Papazoglou (Greece), Tsolaki, Pafili, Papatheodorou, Hartaba, Leontidou, Kiose, Manolis, Vakas, Papanas

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PEER LED OBESITY SUPPORT GROUPS IN THE UK, A HISTORY, A SNAPSHOT AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE. Kenneth Clare (UK), Maureen Williams

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CENTRAL OBESITY AND GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE IN THE COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLD PEOPLE- TIANLIAO OLD PEOPLE (TOP) STUDY 06 Chin-Sung Chang (Taiwan), Szu-Jen Yang, Yin-Fan Chang, Ping-Yen Liu, Shin-Jiuan Wu, Ching-Ju Chiu, I-Ming Jou, Chuan-Yu Chen, Chih-Hsing Wu

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VIVONS EN FORME (VIF) PROGRAMME: PILOT FIELD STUDY ASSESSING FEASIBILITY OF A QUESTIONNAIRE EVALUATING LIFE STYLE HABITS OF -8-10 YEAR OLD CHILDREN Monique Romon (France), Christophe Roy, Gaelle Boulic

Obesity assessment T4:PO.029

IS NON-ALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE LESS FREQUENT AMONG WOMEN WITH PRADER-WILLI SYNDROME? Alessandro Sartorio (Italy), Giorgio Bedogni, Graziano Grugni, Valerio Nobili, Fiorenza Agosti, Antonella Saezza

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DIETARY AND SERUM TOTAL ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY SCORES IN RELATION WITH NORMAL WEIGHT OBESITY IN UNIVERSITY MALE STUDENTS Amani (Iran), Prohan, Haghighizadeh

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OBESITY: CHOLESTEROL REDUCTION POTENTIAL OF DACRYODES EDULIS Hanson Iyawe (UK)

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NON-ALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE (NAFLD) IN OBESE AND CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK FACTORS Kseniya Komshilova (Russia), Ekaterina Troshina

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ANTHROPOMETRICAL ASSESMENT OF BODY NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS FROM SOUTHERN AND WESTERN BULGARIA Silviya Mladenova (Bulgaria), Zorka Mitova, Mima Nikolova, Emiliya Andreenko

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EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF LOW CALORIE DIET ON LEVEL OF SEXUAL ABILITY AND DESIRE OF PEOPLE WHO ARE OVERWEIGHT, FAT AND OBESE Javad Arian Nezhad (Iran)

T4:PO.035 THE EFFECT OF NUTRITION COUNSELLING AND SELF-HELP RESOURCES ON BODY WEIGHT AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN OVERWEIGHT MEN TREATED FOR PROSTATE CANCER: THE PROSTATE CANCER WEIGHT MANAGEMENT (PRO-MAN) TRIAL Mohamad (UK), Leone Craig, Clark, Steven Heys, N’Dow , McNeill T4:PO.036

ADJUSTMENT FOR HEIGHT TO CHARACTERIZE FAT MASS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS Sandra Plachta-Danielzik (Germany), Rhea Dankers, Britta Kehden, Lisa Schweitzer, Manfred James Müller

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ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN WEIGHT-RELATED ANTHROPOMETRIC TRAITS AND LIFESTYLE FACTORS IN 3839 NORWEGIAN CHILDREN AGED 4-16 YEARS. Hege Kristiansen (Norway), Pétur B. Júlíusson, Geir Egil Eide, Robert Bjerknes

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CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPLAINS VARIETY OF CHILDREN WITH OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AT THE SPECIALISTS Kozhevnikova (Russia), Namazova-Baranova, Logacheva, Abashidze, Meshcheryakova, Gevorkyan, Shirokova

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A PILOT STUDY ON THE CHARACTERISTICS OF OUTPATIENTS IN A CENTRE FOR OBESITY MANAGEMENT (COM) IN GREECE Hara Dimitroula (Greece), Maria Grammatikopoulou, Iro Gounitsioti, Argyropoulos, Maria Belivani1, Elena Fotiadou, Daskalopoulou, Axiotidou, Ountzoudi1, Christos Savopoulos, Maria Hassapidou, Apostolos Hatzitolios

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AN UNCOMFORTABLE SUBJECT: ARE HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS MISSING OPPORTUNITES TO PROMOTE WEIGHT MANAGEMENT? Elizabeth Dinsdale (UK), Catherine Homer (UK), Angela Tod, Simon Palfreyman

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WEIGHT, HEIGHT AND BMI SELF-REPORTED AND ASSESSED: WHAT PORTUGUESE SAID Silvia Pinhao (Portugal), Rui Poínhos, Bela Franchini, Cláudia Afonso, Pedro Moreira, Vitor Hugo Teixeira, Olivia Pinho, Diana Silva, Jo´Se Pedro Lima Reis, Manuel Teixeira Veríssimo, Bruno Oliveira, Maria Daniel Almeida, Flora Correia

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GPS’ ATTITUDE AND APPROACH TO OBESITY IN CHILDREN Radost Asenova (Bulgaria), Gergana Foreva, Daniela Mileva, Zornitsa Ambareva, Levena Kireva

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MUSCULAR STRENGTH IS INVERSELY RELATED TO BODY ADIPOSITY INDEX (BAI) IN INDIVIDUALS YOUNG Robinson Ramirez-Velez (Colombia), Katherine González-Ruíz

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CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPLAINS VARIETY OF CHILDREN WITH OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AT THE SPECIALISTS Kozhevnikova (Russia), Namazova-Baranova, Logacheva, Abashidze, Meshcheryakova, Gevorkyan, Shirokova

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LEG FAT AND INFLAMMATORY PROFILE IN OBESE CHILDREN Samouda (Luxembourg), De Beaufort, Hirsh, Van Nieuwenhuyse, Gilson, Jacobs, Vaillant, Lair, Dadoun

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REFERENCE CURVES OF WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE FOR RUSSIAN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN COMPARISON TO INTERNATIONAL VALUES Vorontsova (Russia), Alyoshina, Novikova, Komissarova. K.A.Klikunova

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HORMONAL ETIOLOGIES IN MORBID OBESE PATIENTS Dilek Gogas Yavuz (Turkey), Dilek Yazici, Mehmet Yasar, Melin Uygur, Oguzhan Deyneli

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DIAGNOSTICS AND MONITORING OF CENTRAL FATNESS WITH THE HELP OF NON-CONTACT 3D SCANNING - A PRELIMINARY REPORT Tadeusz Nawarycz (Poland), Adam Michalski, Maciej Gazicki - Lipman, Lidia Ostrowska-Nawarycz

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SAGITTAL ABDOMINAL DIAMETER IN DETERMINING CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK PROFILE BY USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS Edita Stokic (Serbia), Aleksandar Kupusinac, Biljana Srdic, Dragana Tomic-Naglic, Esma Isenovic

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PREVALENCE OF CHILDHOOD OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY IN DURRES Manjola Carcani (Albania), Spartak Carcani, Mimoza Keci, Florian Toti

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THE WILMA (WEIGHT LOSS MAINTENANCE IN ADULTS) TRIAL: A QUALITATIVE EVALUATION. Elizabeth Randell (Wales), Yvonne Moriarty, Sharon Simpson, Chris Shaw, Rachel McNamara

T4:PO.052

METABOLICALLY HEALTHY OBESITY: FRIEND OR FOE Khin Swe Myint (UK), Vidya Srinivas

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THE ASSOCIATION OF COMMON VARIANTS IN PCSK1 WITH OBESITY: A META-ANALYSIS Stijnen (Belgium), Tuand, Aertgeerts, Creemers

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OBESITY AND DIABETES IN PRIMARY CARE – DO WE REALIZE THE FUTURE? Karin Schindler (Austria), Elisabeth Pilz, Dörteppe Binnaz, Florian Pichler, Kadriye Aydinkoc-Tuzcu, Turgay Taskiran, Hubert Lutnik, Bernhard Ludvik

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OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AMONG PRESCHOOL- AGED CHILDREN IN LEBANON: PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS Angie Saliba (Lebanon), Farah Naja, Nahla Hwalla, Nadine Yazbeck, Nada Adra, Lara Nasreddine

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OCCURRENCE OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY IN ALBANIAN ADOLESCENTS Enkelejda Shkurti (Albania), Diamant Shtiza, Irena Kola

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OBESITY: A PUBLIC HEALTH THREAT IN HUNGARY PREVIOUS TRENDS AND RECENT PREVALENCE OF OBESITY IN 2013 Imre Rurik (Hungary), Péter Torzsa, Judit Szidor, Csaba Móczár, Gabriella Iski, Éva Albók, Tímea Ungvári, Zoltán Jancsó, János Sándor


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AUTHENCITY OF BMI ON SELF-REPORTED WEIGHT AND HEIGHT IN ALBANIAN ADOLESCENTS Enkelejda Shkurti (Albania), Diamant Shtiza

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CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN PATIENTS WITH NONALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE Olena Kurinna (The Ukraine), Oleg Babak, Olena Kolesnikova, Tatyana Solomentseva, Kseniia Sytnyk

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ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND INSULIN RESISTANCE: DATA FROM THE KOREA NATIONAL HEALTH AND NUTRITION EXAMINATION SURVEY Lee (South Korea), Kang, Kim, Lee

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FOOD INTAKE PATTERN AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN OF CHALMA ETHNIC COMMUNITY Monoarul Haque (Bangladesh)

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TRENDS OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AMONG MEDICAL AND PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS Ana Lilia Armendariz-Anguiano (Mexico), Lucero Soto-Lucero, Arturo Jimenez-Cruz, Montserrat Bacardi-Gascon, Raul Gonzalez-Ramirez

Risk factors T4:PO.063 GENDER DOES NOT SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN INFLAMMATION AND THE METABOLIC SYNDROME AMONG PATIENTS WITH STABLE CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE Christoph Saely (Austria), Alexander Vonbank, Philipp Rein, Daniela Zanolin, Andreas Leiherer, Heinz Drexel T4:PO.064

BREAD CONSUMPTION AND INCIDENCE OF OVERWEIGHT/OBESITY: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF THE SUN COHORT Maira Bes-Rastrollo (Spain), Carmen De la Fuente-Arrillaga, Miguel A. Martinez-Gonzalez, Itziar Zazpe, Zenaida Vazquez, Silvia Benito

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A STUDY OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN DUBAI: PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS Hamid Hussain (UAE)

T4:PO.066 COPING STRATEGIES AS MODERATORS IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIO-CULTURAL PRESSURE TO BE THIN AND PSYCHOSOCIAL FUNCTIONING OF OVERWEIGHT/OBESE ADOLESCENTS Miljana Kukic (Croatia), Anita Vulic-Prtoric T4:PO.067

PREF-1 EXPRESSION AND ADIPONECTIN LEVEL AFTER FLUOXETINE ADMINISTRATION IN RATS Melinda Kolcsar (Romania), Gáll, Mezei

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BMI AND WEIGHT CHANGES IN PATIENTS WITH TREATED MACROPROLACTINOMAS Rodrigues (Portugal), Guelho, Gomes, Paiva, Ruas, Oliveira, Saraiva, Moreno, Cardoso, Vicente, Carrilho

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PREVALENCE OF METABOLIC SYNDROME AND ASSOCIATED BEHAVIOURAL FACTORS IN TUNISIAN ADOLESCENTS Hajer Aounallah-Skhiri (Tunisia), Jalila El Ati, Pierre Traissac, Agnès Gartner, Houda Ben Gharbia, Mohamed Hsairi, Chiheb Ben Rayana, Francis Delpeuch

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OBESITY AND OVERWEIGHT AMONG SECONDAY SCHOOLS IN DUBAI , PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS Hamid Hussain (UAE)

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INFLUENCE OF S- ADENOSYLMETHIONINE IN FRUCTOSE-INDUCED HEPATIC INJURIES Kameliya Bratoeva (Bulgaria), Ganka Bekyarova, Mariya Tsaneva

T4:PO.072

COMMUNITY AND HOUSEHOLD SOCIO-ECONOMIC INFLUENCES ON OVERWEIGHT IN URBAN SOUTH AFRICAN ADOLESCENTS Rebecca Pradeilles (UK), Paula Griffiths, Shane Norris, Emily Rousham

T4:PO.073

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ADIPOCYTOKINES AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS AND OBESITY Ramona Dragut (Romania), Emilia Rusu, Cristina Parpala, Raluca Nan, Florin Rusu, Georgiana Enache, Tocaci Georgiana, Radulian Gabriela2

T4:PO.074

A STUDY OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN DUBAI: PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS Hamid Hussain (UAE)

T4:PO.075

WORKING HOURS AND INCIDENCE OF METABOLIC SYNDROME AND ITS COMPONENTS IN A MEDITERRANEAN COHORT: THE SUN PROJECT. Maira Bes-Rastrollo (Spain), Adriano M. Pimenta, Carmen Sayon-Orea, Alfredo Gea, Miguel Ruiz-Canela, Miguel A. Martinez-Gonzalez

T4:PO.076

BODY MASS INDEX IN DIABETES TYPE 2 IN ELBASAN ALBANIA –A CASE CONTROL STUDY Marsida Krasniqi (Albania), Dajana Roshi

T4:PO.077

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MUSCULAR FITNESS AND FATNESS IN INDIVIDUALS YOUNG Robinson Ramirez-Velez (Colombia), Katherine González-Ruíz, Jorge Enrique Correa, Yisel Carolina Estrada, Jose Francisco Meneses, María Victoria Gomez

T4:PO.078

OBESITY AND THYROID FUNCTIONS Feray Akbas (Turkey), Cigdem Alkac, Burak Alkac, Hanife Usta Atmaca

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Hot Topics Posters TRACK 1 – Discovery and Integrative Science HTPO.001

THE ADIPOSITY EXPRESSED MEASURED THGOUGH AMONG BODY IMPEDANCE, DEXA AND ABOMINAL CT Lee, Kyurae K.R (South Korea), Choi, Hyunghee H.H., Kim Wonyong W.Y.

HTPO.002

VERY-HIGH-FAT AND ISOCALORIC LOW-FAT DIET INTERVENTIONS IN OVERWEIGHT MIDDLE-AGED MEN – RESULTS FROM A RANDOMIZED TRIAL Veum Vivian V.L.V (Norway), Laupsa-Borge Johnny J.L-B, Eng Øyvin O.A.S.E, Rostrup Espen E.R, Solsvik Margit M.S, Larsen Terje T.H.L, Nordrehaug Jan J.E.N, Nygaard Ottar O.K.N, Sagen Jørn J.V.S Gudbrandsen Oddrun O.A.G, Dankel Simon S.N.D, Mellgren Gunnar G.M

HTPO.003

BROWNING EFFECTS OF THE COLD RECEPTOR TRPM8 ACTIVATION IN HUMAN WHITE ADIPOCYTES Rossato, Marco R.M. (Italy), Granzotto Marnie G.M, Macchi Veronica M.V, Porzionato Andrea P.A, Petrelli Lucia P.L, Rizzuto Rosario R.R, Vindigni Vincenzo V.V, De Caro Raffaele DCR, Silvestrin Valentina S.V, Vettor Roberto V.R

HTPO.004

CARBON MONOXIDE DECREASES ADIPOSE TISSUE INFLAMMATION UPON LOSS OF OVARIAN FUNCTION Choi, HS (South Korea)

HTPO.005 INTESTINAL PERMEABILITY IN HUMAN MORBID OBESITY: FROM TIGHT JUNCTIONS TO METABOLIC COMPLICATIONS  Genser, Laurent LG (France), Benaïssa Sabrina SB, Torcivia Adriana AT, Rousset Monique MR, Clement Karine KC, Brot-Laroche Edith EBL, Leturque Armelle AL, Thenet Sophie ST, Poitou-Bernert Christine CP HTPO.006

A 45-BP INSERTION/DELETION POLYMORPHISM OF UCP2 GENE IS ASSOCIATED WITH CENTRAL OBESITY Sözen Mehmet Ali M.A (Turkey), Bayrak Dilek D, Yaman Selman S, Sarıkulak Burcu B, Kavaklılar Abdürrahim A, Gürbüz Betül B, Beştepe Ahmet A, Genç Abdurrahman A, Yalçınkaya Hatice H, Çoban Necip Fazıl N.F, Üçok Kağan K, Solak Mustafa M

HTPO.007

HYPOXIA A LONE IS SUFFICIENT TO STIMULATE THE RELEASE OF LEPTIN, VEGF AND IL-6 FROM ADIPOCYTES Alanazi Azizah A (Saudi Arabia), Parhar R, Al-Hijailan R, Saleh S, Al-Halabi M, Inglis A, Conca W, Collison K, Al-Mohanna F

HTPO.008 A HIGH CARBOHYDRATE-LOW PROTEIN DIET DOES NOT LEAD TO A MORE NEGATIVE WHOLE-BODY PROTEIN BALANCE WHEN COMPARED WITH A HIGH PROTEIN-LOW CARBOHYDRATE DIET Hursel Rick (Netherlands), Martens E, Gonnissen H, Hamer H, Senden J, van Loon L, Westerterp-Plantenga M HTPO.009

INFLUENCE OF FTO RS9939609 AND MC4R RS17782313 POLYMORPHISMS Labayen Idoia (Spain), Arrizabalaga María M.A, Lararrte Eider E.L, Margareto Javier J.M, Maldonado-Martín Sara S.M.M, Barrenechea Lourdes L.B, Labayen Idoia I.L

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HTPO.010

ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN FAMILY MEALS AND WEIGHT STATUS IN EIGHT EUROPEAN COUNTRIES - THE ENERGY CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY Vik, Frøydis N (Norway), Brug Johannes J, Manios Yannis Y, Maes Lea L, Kovacs Eva E, Moreno Luis L.A, Dosegger Alan A, Jan Natasa N, Bere Elling E

HTPO.011

OBESITY, DIET, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND QUALITY OF SURVIVAL IN ENDOMETRIAL CANCER SURVIVORS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Koutoukidis Dimitrios D.K. (UK), Knobf Tish M.T, Lanceley Anne A

HTPO.012

EXPLORING EATING BEHAVIOUR USING THE THREE FACTOR EATING QUESTIONNAIRE (TFEQ) IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE WOMEN Kruger Rozanne R (New Zealand), de Bray Jacqueline J.G, Beck Kathryn K.L, Conlon Cathryn C.A, Stonehouse Welma W

HTPO.013

ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN DISORDERED EATING BEHAVIOUR AND CHRONIC CARE TREATMENT IN OBESE CHILDREN Mollerup, Pernille Maria P.M.M (Denmark), Gamborg Michael M.G, Trier Cæcilie C.T. Kloppenborg, Julie Tonsgaard J.T.K, Bøjsøe Christine C.B, Holm Jens-Christian J-C.H

HTPO.014

INVESTIGATION OF RESTING METABOLIC RATE, DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, PULMONARY FUNCTIONS, PHYSICAL FITNESS AND BODY COMPOSITION IN PATIENTS WITH CHOLELITHIASIS Genç Abdurrahman A (Turkey), Celikagi Cemil C, Bal Ahmet A, Ucok Kagan K, Turamanlar Ozan O, Ozkececi Ziya Taner Ozkececi Z.T, Yalcinkaya Hatice H, Coban Necip Fazil N.F, Yorulmaz Sueda S

HTPO.015

NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITION OF MEALS OFFERED TO YOUNG ADULTS Nikolaou Charoula CK (UK), Hankey Catherine CR, Lean Michael MEJ

HTPO.016

THE COHERENCE BETWEEN SENSORY-SPECIFIC SATIETY AND OBESITY IN CHILDREN Holm Jens-Christian J-C (Denmark), Rischel Helene H.E, Buur Martin M.C, Nielsen Louise Aas L.A, Møller Per P

HTPO.017

DRIEF FRUIT (PRUNE) CONSUMPTION DOES NOT UNDERMINE ACTIVE WEIGHT MANAGEMENT OR PRODUCE ADVERSE GASTROINTESTINAL EFFECTS Halford Jason J.C.G (UK), Harrold Joanne J.A, Hughes Georgina G, Boyland Emma E.J, Williams Nicola N.J, McGill Rory R, Blundell John J.E, Finlayson Graham G, Higgs Jennette J, Harland Janice J.I

HTPO.018

 FFECTS OF A 4 WEEKS EXERCISE TRAINING ON BODY COMPOSITION AND IMPLICIT/EXPLICIT ATTITUDES TOWARDS HEALTHY/UNHEALTHY FOOD IN GOAL-NAÏVE LEAN AND E OVERWEIGHT/OBESE FEMALES Alabduljader Kholoud (UK)

HTPO.019

PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISATION OF LOW AND HIGH ‘SATIETY RESPONSIVENESS’ IN FEMALES Dalton M (UK), Hollingworth S, Caudwell P, Blundell J, Finlayson G

HTPO.020

EFFECT OF FOOD CONSUMPTION VARIETY ON BONE MINERAL DENSITY OF POLISH WOMEN: PILOT STUDY Mierkiewicz Joanna J.M. (Poland), Czlapka-Matyasik Magdalena M.C-M, Fejfer Malgorzata M.F, Kostrzewa-Tarnowska Aleksandra A.K-T, Jeszka Jan J.J


Hot Topics Posters TRACK 3 – Childhood and Lifelong Perspectives HTPO.021

IS THE INTAKE OF SWEETENED BEVERAGES ASSOCIATED WITH WEIGHT LOSS IN A CHILDHOOD OBESITY TREATMENT PROGRAM? Trier, Cæcilie C (Denmark), Gamborg M, Mollerup P, Kloppenborg, J.T, Fonvig C.E, Holm JC

HTPO.022

CHILDHOOD OBESITY CHRONIC CARE TREATMENT Holm Jens-Christian JCH (Denmark), Gamborg Michael MG, Trier Cæcilie CT, Mollerup Pernille Maria PM, Nielsen Tenna TRHN, Fonvig Cilius CEF, Baker Jennifer JB

HTPO.023

URINARY MARKER OF NUCLEIC ACID OXIDATION IN DANISH OBESE CHILDREN AND YOUTHS Kloppenborg Julie Tonsgaard JTK (Denmark), Fonvig Cilius Esmann CE, Johannesen Jesper JJ, Poulsen Henrik Enghusen HEP, Holm Jens-Christian JCH

HTPO.024

THE METABOLIC SYNDROME AND ECTOPIC FAT IN LIVER AND MUSCLE AMONG DANISH OBESE AND LEAN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS Fonvig Cilius CEF (Denmark), Nissen Anne AAN, Bøjsøe Christine CB, Thomsen Henrik HST, Holm Jens Christian JCH

HTPO.025

PREDIABETES IN DANISH OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE CHILDREN AND YOUTHS AT ENROLLMENT IN A MULTIDISCIPLINARY CHRONIC CARE TREATMENT Kloppenborg Julie Tonsgaard J.T.K (Denmark), Mollerup Pernille M. P.M.M, Fonvig Cilius Esmann C.E, Johannesen Jesper J.J, Pedersen Oluf O.P, Hansen Torben T.H, Holm Jens-Christian J-CH

TRACK 4 – Prevention, Public Health and Epidemiology HTPO.026

WHO ARE THE OBESE? A CLUSTER ANALYSIS OF SUBGROUPS OF THE OBESE Green, M.A. (UK), Strong M, Bissell P

HTPO.027

VALIDATION OF A FOOD-FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE ASSESSMENT OF METHYL-GROUP DONORS USING ESTIMATED DIET RECORDS AND PLASMA BIOMARKERS: THE METHOD OF TRIADS Pauwels Sara S (Belgium), Doperé Ine I, Huybrechts Inge I, Godderis Lode L, Koppen Gudrun G, Vansant Greet G

HTPO.028

BEVERAGE CONSUMPTION AND BODY WEIGHT OF ADULTS AGED 18 TO 25 YEARS Jarosz Agnieszka A.J. (Polannd), Jarosz Miroslaw J.M.

HTPO.029

PREVENTING WEIGHT GAIN WITH CALORIE-LABELLING Nikolaou Charoula CK (UK), Hankey Catherine CR, Lean Michael MEJ

HTPO.030

INFLUENCES OF PHYSICAL INACTIVITY AND VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY ON CHANGES IN BODY ANTHROPOMETRIC MEASURES – A PROSPECTIVE STUDY Mai Xiao-Mei X-M (Norway), Chen Yue Y

HTPO.031

CALORIE-LABELLING: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE Nikolaou Charoula CK (UK), Hankey Catherine CR, Lean Michael MEJ

HTPO.032

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BODY COMPOSITION AND BONE MINERAL DENSITY OF PRE- AND POSTMENOPAUSAL POLISH WOMEN: PILOT STUDY Czlapka-Matyasik Magdalena M.C-M (Poland), Fejfer Malgorzata M.F, Mierkiewicz Joanna J.M, Kostrzewa-Tarnowska, Aleksandra A.K-T, Jeszka, Jan J.J

TRACK 5 – Clinical Management and Translation HTPO.033

BIOETHICS AND THE OBESITY – INTEGRATIVE THERAPEUTICAL APPROACH Coman Adorata E (Romania), Traian Gabriela M, Popa Elena E

HTPO.034

ANALYSIS ABOUT CORRELATION BETWEEN SAGITTAL ABDOMIANL DIAMETER AND CORONARY ARTERY STENOSIS IN ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS Cho A.R (South Korea)

HTPO.035

DECAFFEINATED GREEN COFFEE BEAN EXTRACT ATTENUATES DIET-INDUCED OBESITY AND INSULIN RESISTANCE IN MICE Song Su Jin S.J.S. (South Korea), Choi Sena S.N.C, Park, Taesun T.S.P

HTPO.036

OLIVE LEAF EXTRACT ATTENUATES OBESITY IN HIGH-FAT DIET-FED MICE BY MODULATING THE EXPRESSION OF MOLECULES INVOLVED IN ADIPOGENESIS AND THERMOGENESIS Shen Ying Y.S. (South Korea), Song Su Jin S.S, Keum Narae Nr.K, Park Taesun Ts.P

HTPO.037

THE EFFECT OF BODY MASS REDUCTION ON LIPID CONCENTRATION FOR PEOPLE WITH FH Jarosz A.J (Poland), Kubalska J.K, Nowicka N.G, Dłużniewska B.D

HTPO.041

Comparison of a very low-calorie-ketogenic diet with a standard low-calorie diet in the treatment of obesity Felipe F. Casanueva (Spain), Basilio Moreno, Diego Bellido, Ignacio Sajoux, Albert Goday, Dolores Saavedra, Ana B. Crujeiras

TRACK 6 – Obesity as a Gateway to other Diseases HTPO.038

GUT MICROBIOTA AND HUMAN HEALTH K. Clement (France)

HTPO.039

THE LINK BETWEEN OBESITY, DIET DIVERSIFICATION AND CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM DISORDER PREVALENCE - BIOACTIVE FOOD PROJECT Mierkiewicz Joanna J.M. (Poland), Kostrzewa-Tarnowska Aleksandra A.K-T, Czlapka-Matyasik Magdalena M.C-M, Fejfer Malgorzata M.F, Jeszka Jan J.J

HTPO.040

EXCESS BODY MASS AND LITTLE DIET DIVERSIFICATION LEAD TO IMPAIRED LIPID METABOLISM - BIOACTIVE FOOD PROJECT Mierkiewicz Joanna J.M (Poland), Kostrzewa-Tarnowska Aleksandra A.K-T, Czlapka-Matyasik Magdalena M.C-M, Fejfer Malgorzata M.F, Jeszka Jan J.J

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X International Symposium on Obesity and Related Diseases (ISORD) Satellite symposium of the XXI European Congress on obesity The symposium will take place in Albena, on the Black sea coast of Bulgaria from 1st to 3rd June 2014.

Important information: Dates: 1-3 June 2014 Location: Flamingo Grand hotel 5*, Bulgaria, Black sea coast Official language: Bulgarian and English Organisator: BASORD (Bulgarian Association for the Study of Obesity and Related Diseases)

The main topics to be considered of the symposium are related to implanting a healthy diet in the prevention and treatment of obesity and related metabolic and cardiovascular diseases: • The role of different dietary products and nutrition supplements is combating the so called “diseases of the civilization” • The problems of childhood obesity and nutrition in preschool and school age • The role of diet in the prevention and treatment of obesity, metabolic syndrome and commodities. New aspects. • Obesity - diabetes - DIAOBESITY. Current problems; • New tendencies in the pharmacotherapy of obesity and the related diseases • Discussion on the beach!!!

For additional information: www.basord.com


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