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Dr Emma Beckett Jul 12
Replying to @synapse101
Severe obesity should be treated as a neurobiological issue, not an issue of willpower. We should all eat less and exercise more but its easier if you get the *right* DNA from your parents. We need to all stop being so quick to jump to judgement. - Sadaf Farooqi
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Dr Emma Beckett Jul 12
Our biases toward people at either end of the weight spectrum is hampering our ability to understand the real mechanisms of weight regulation. Some thin people have better genes for weight, its not because they are morally superior - Sadaf Farooqi at
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Elaine Macaninch RD Jul 12
What is the genetic basis for variation in response to weight loss intervention? John Mathers: Perhaps behavioural genetics?
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James Bradfield Jul 13
Day 9 of 9 in Cambridge and finishing up with working group on vitamin D
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Donato Angelino Jul 12
Delicious and provocative presentation by Dr. Hannalore Daniel on the amount and the weight of human gut bacteria! Less than 250g of total mass is down the gut...and no one on the floor knew it!!
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Elaine Macaninch RD Jul 12
Sadaf Farooqi challenging weight stigma with science
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James Bradfield Jul 12
Big focus on inter-individual variations in obesity so far at with plenty interesting speakers and topics
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James Bradfield Jul 12
Education and diseminarion both key to what and is exemplified by the launch of their new textbook at
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Monash Nutrition Aug 14
Thanks Mel for the wrap up of - it certainly sounds like an interesting conference! We look forward to the next run of our online course Food and our Genome starting next week and look forward to welcoming our next cohort of and .
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NuttedOutNutrition Jul 12
Fabulous to be at the International Congress of and with these awesome ladies!
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NuttedOutNutrition Jul 12
Looking forward to your presentation
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Dr Emma Beckett Jul 12
Great presentation on FTO gene expression & exercise intensity but
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Yelena Jul 13
Awesome presentations during ,The 13th Congress of the International Society of and at the University of Cambridge, at School of Clinical Medicine and - ISNN NGx Training Course !!!
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School of Advanced Studies on Food and Nutrition Jul 13
Really packed room today for for the training Course โ€œ in Practiceโ€
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Elaine Macaninch RD Jul 12
FTO gene expression and association with exercise intensity. Jess Danaher presenting her PHD research
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Riley Hughes Jul 12
Very interesting and engaging presentation by at . So much to be done at the intersection of , , and !
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NNEdPro Jul 12
Replying to @ProfSumantraRay
๐Ÿ”‘Messages - Nutrition is a hard science & education is key - place important Nutrition topics within existing spaces in curricula rather than adding more.Critical appraisal of literature key to overcoming barriers in &
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Donato Angelino Jul 12
You canโ€™t believe it, but the conference was still going on at the social dinner...and after it!! Very good chats led by our leader !! ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ
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NuttedOutNutrition Jul 12
Fantastic to see the new textbook on and by ISNN will be released on 1 Sept 2019 - at 73 chapters it sounds like it will be a fabulous resource for all of us working in this space. PING
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Dr Jess Danaher ๐Ÿ Jul 12
๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ Fab engaging talk on the interaction of dietary polyphemols and gut microbiota by Daniele Del Rio at
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