ASO National Conference

Satiety – From Origins to Applications

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Satiety – From Origins to ApplicationsProgramme:

09.30 Registration
10.00 Welcome – Professor Jason Halford, University of Liverpool

Part 1: Origins and physiology of food intake control
Chair: Dr Dilys Freeman, University of Glasgow
10.05 Genetic determinants of food intake and growth
Dr Giles Yeo, University of Cambridge
10.30 Origins of the GLP-1 satiety signal
Dr Frank Reimann, University of Cambridge
10.55 Neural correlates of CCK mediated nutrient effects on satiety
Professor John McLaughlin, University of Manchester
11.20 Refreshments

Part 2: Nutrient-Gut-Brain effects on satiation and satiety
Chair: Professor Julian Mercer, University of Aberdeen
11.40 Gastrointestinal management of satiety and energy homeostasis
Massimo Marzorati, ProDigest
12.05 Macronutrients, satiation and satiety
Dr Alex Johnstone, University of Aberdeen
12.30 Sensory-cognitive influences on satiation and satiety
Professor C (Kees) de Graaf, University of Wageningen
12.55 Lunch and posters

Part 3: Free Communications 4.15 minute talks
14.00 A systematic review and meta-analysis on the effects of polydextrose on energy intakes and
appetite ratings
14.15 The impact of beverages varying in macronutrient content on appetite and appetite-regulating
14.30 SATIN: SATiety INnovation – Development of an in vitro platform to identify improved
satiating food components
14.45 Appetite and food intake patterns in children

Part 4: Benefits of satiety for the consumer
Chair: Dr Graham Finlayson, University of Leeds
15.00 Satiety benefits for the consumer
Professor van Trijp, University of Wageningen
15.25 Satiety in the context of weight management
Dr James Stubbs, University of Derby

Part 5: Panel discussion – is there any future in satiety-based health claims?
15.50 Panel members: Anders Sjodin University of Copenhagen, Joanne Harrold
University of Liverpool, Douwina Bosscher Cargill, Margaret Ashwell Ashwell Associates, Professor Monique Raats University of Surrey.

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