Although everyone would agree that saturated fat increases the risk for cardiovascular diseases, there is no scientific relationship found between the intake of (full-fat) dairy and an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. And although bread contains a lot of salt, the consumption of bread has no effect on the systolic blood pressure. Moreover: bread consumption has a protective effect on cardiovascular diseases. It appears that a food product as a whole is more than the sum of its nutrients.
An explanation for the effects of a food product can be found in the food matrix. Three international renown scientists will share their vision on the food matrix and dairy matrix on October 3 in The Hague. You are invited to join the symposium!
Program symposium ‘The Dairy Matrix: a new approach to understanding the health effects of whole foods’
|Date||Tuesday 3 October 2017 | 11.00 – 15:30|
|Location||Hampshire Hotel Babylon | Bezuidenhoutseweg 53 2594 AC The Hague|
|Program||‘The food matrix: is it time to rethink how we evaluate the health effects of food?’
Prof. Ian Givens, University of Reading (UK)
|‘Muscle, bones and body fat: dairy matrix effects on body composition’
Dr. Emma Feeney, University of College Dublin
|‘Metabolic health: the impact of the dairy matrix’
Prof. Arne Astrup, University of Copenhagen
|Chair||Prof. Frans Kok, Wageningen University|
|Subscription||Participating is free of charge email@example.com|
|Public transport||Next to The Hague Central Station|
|Parking||Q-Park New Babylon | Prinses Irenestraat 1, 2995 BD The Hague|
More information: www.zuivelengezondheid.nl