Monday 10 November 2014 The Wimpole Lecture Theatre
at the Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE
Organised by the Food & Health Forum and the McCarrison Society
Hunger can be in disguise as obesity, as well as hidden socially. Current scientific opinion involves the early detection of poor nutrition, malnutrition ,as early as possible, perhaps even a generation or two ahead! – reflecting current trends in epidemiology and epigenetics.
National and global strategies are clearly needed. The UK alone has 3 million people malnourished. Obesity’s harm is exceeded over 20 times by mental disorders costing £113 billion. This meeting will explore whether strategy should concur with our evolution, preferring natural foods and regaining some of our seafood loss, "human brain-food".
Aim: To review the effects of hidden hunger
To focus attention on the critical stages of conception and early months
Sustaining through stages of life
Resourcing essential nutrients
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