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ASOI
The Association for the Study of Obesity on the island of Ireland is the official association representing Ireland in the EASO and WOF.
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Sven Schubert 10h
Hi , I'm at the in Liverpool, listening to a presentation on medical studies about , PEPIHI course helps
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Sven Schubert 10h
delighted to have been invited and looking forward to meeting great people
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EASO Oct 19
Now at discussing and weight-based discrimination
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EASO Oct 19
“No one is cured of - is obesity research ethical? Chronic relapsing disease
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EASO Oct 19
The “eat less move more” narrative in is toxic for - messaging is conflated, not recognised as
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EASO Oct 18
addiction and reward - behavioural and psychological predictors of alcohol misuse - Jason Halford at
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EASO Oct 19
Removing carbohydrate from the diet has a major impact on the , which is like an endocrine organ, impacting processes and organs-
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EASO Oct 18
Great start to talk this morning - disease processes around weight gain leads to shorter lives
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 18
Prof Mike Lean reinforcing >15kg wt loss needed to normalise blood glucose in T2DM
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 19
Obesity is framed as a social problem but strategies are targeted at individuals - why the conflict?
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 19
Take home messages from Torsten Olbers summit
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 19
Obesity stigma drives health inequalities & has negative health consequences
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 19
No evidence that low energy sweeteners disrupt appetite in humans & can reduce energy intake - Kees de Graaf
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 18
Grade A evidence in guidelines recommend long term support from RDs, as part of MDT, following Bariatric Sx
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 18
Dietary counselling with RDs associated with improved outcomes following bariatric sx
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 18
Inadequate protein following bariatric sx assoc/w loss of FFM
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 18
BariSx is a treatment not a cure-medical management of comorbidities still needed postop...supported by Clin Practice Guideline
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 18
clinical practice guidelines post BariSx will include chapter on pregnancy 👍
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 18
Also Grade A evidence in guidelines for regular physical activity following Bariatric Sx
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Cathy Breen RD Oct 18
Fascinating pres on the future of tailoring obesity meds to specific eating behaviours
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