alexa Critical Role Of Nutrition And Its Therapeutic Implications In Metabolic Syndrome
ISSN: 2155-9600

Journal of Nutrition & Food Sciences
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17th International Conference on Food & Nutrition
May 22-24, 2017 Las Vegas, USA

Krishnan Vengadaragava Chary
Saveetha Medical College, India
Keynote: J Nutr Food Sci
DOI: 10.4172/2155-9600-C1-040
Being widely prevalent, metabolic syndrome is magnanimous as it is escalating in developed and developing nations as well. Affecting the younger population, it has significant impact on health economy, quality of life and major hindrance in achieving sustainable development in global public health and millennium development goals-V by 2035. Role of nutrition in metabolic syndrome is explicable; however it’s not just over nutrition even under nutrition contributes by the theory of nutritional programming of low birth weight babies acquiring catch up growth of adiposity between 2 and 12 years of age and hence augmenting the risk of metabolic dysfunction in future. Primordial prevention of metabolic syndrome should include prevention on over nutrition as well as under nutrition from the fetal life to protect our next generation. From therapeutics point of view role of vitamin D, E and calcium supplementation is controversial to fetch any evidence their role in metabolic syndrome. Vitamin E, co enzyme Q10 is useful to treat statin induced myalgia which is the key drug used in this condition. Selenium, zinc and iron found to have positive association in metabolic syndrome in several studies. Future is optimistic and lots to ponder for young minds in this thrust area. Biotin, magnesium and certain bio-enhancers of metabolism improves insulin sensitivity which is a central component of metabolic syndrome. Dietary approach to stop hypertension- DASH regimen should be followed to reduce blood pressure. Paleolithic diet gaining its momentum to tackle abdominal syndrome and more approaches are in pipeline to battle against this pandemic.

Krishnan Vengadaragava Chary has done his Post-graduation from Stanley Medical College. He is an eminent Pharmacologist, well known for his teaching skills. He has won many prizes including a Best Poster in IPS Conference at Bangalore, India. He is Research Coordinator at the Saveetha Medical College and Consultant for few ethics committee and contract research organization at Chennai. He is a Reviewer of Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), Government of India and few biomedical journals.

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