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Nutrition in childhood programme

Nutrition in childhood programme

9.30am Registration

10.00am Welcome and introduction
Chair: Rob Rees MBE Chair of The School Food Trust

10.10am Opening keynote session
Nutrient priorities for the developing child
Dr Alex Richardson Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford

10.40am Epigenetic programming: the effects of environmental and lifestyle exposure in early life
Professor Richard Sharpe MRC Human Reproductive Sciences Unit, The Queen's Medical Research Institute, Edinburgh

11.15am Review of morning sessions/questions and answers

11.30am Refreshments

12.00pm Parallel workshop sessions

A The "How To" of healthy eating
Sally Child Nutritional Therapist, Author

B A nutritional approach to the prevention and management of childhood obesity
Kate Neil Director of the Centre for Nutrition Education and Lifestyle Management, Nutritional Therapist, Lecturer

C Pregnancy, immunity and allergy prevention. The role of natural interventions in managing current and future health problems.
Michael Ash Osteopath, Naturopath, Nutritional Therapist
D Identifying and managing eating distress in children and teenagers
Helen Lynam Nutritional Therapist, Lecturer

1.00pm Lunch

2.00pm Workshop sessions repeated

3.00pm Refreshments

3.15pm Omega-3 fatty acids and the developing brain: the present status of child mental ill-health
Rachel Gow Institute of Psychiatry, King's College, London

3.45pm School feeding and "The School Fringe" - Factors affecting food choices inside and outside the classroom
Professor Jack Winkler Nutrition Policy Unit, London Metropolitan University

4.15pm Review of afternoon sessions/questions and answers

4.30pm Close

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Nutrition in childhood programme

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9.30am Registration

10.00am Welcome and introduction
Chair: Rob Rees MBE Chair of The School Food Trust

10.10am Opening keynote session
Nutrient priorities for the developing child
Dr Alex Richardson Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford

10.40am Epigenetic programming: the effects of environmental and lifestyle exposure in early life
Professor Richard Sharpe MRC Human Reproductive Sciences Unit, The Queen's Medical Research Institute, Edinburgh

11.15am Review of morning sessions/questions and answers

11.30am Refreshments

12.00pm Parallel workshop sessions

A The "How To" of healthy eating
Sally Child Nutritional Therapist, Author

B A nutritional approach to the prevention and management of childhood obesity
Kate Neil Director of the Centre for Nutrition Education and Lifestyle Management, Nutritional Therapist, Lecturer

C Pregnancy, immunity and allergy prevention. The role of natural interventions in managing current and future health problems.
Michael Ash Osteopath, Naturopath, Nutritional Therapist
D Identifying and managing eating distress in children and teenagers
Helen Lynam Nutritional Therapist, Lecturer

1.00pm Lunch

2.00pm Workshop sessions repeated

3.00pm Refreshments

3.15pm Omega-3 fatty acids and the developing brain: the present status of child mental ill-health
Rachel Gow Institute of Psychiatry, King's College, London

3.45pm School feeding and "The School Fringe" - Factors affecting food choices inside and outside the classroom
Professor Jack Winkler Nutrition Policy Unit, London Metropolitan University

4.15pm Review of afternoon sessions/questions and answers

4.30pm Close

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