Palm International Nutra-Cosmeceutical Conference (PINC) 2017 – Download Papers

Palm International Nutra-Cosmeceutical Conference (PINC) 2017 - Download Papers

Palm International Nutra-Cosmeceutical Conference (PINC 2017) was first organized in 2009 to recognise and acknowledge the positive roles of palm bioactives in many food, nutraceutical and cosmetic products which are currently available in the market place. Today there is a growing body of evidence showing nutraceuticals and cosmeceuticals play an important role in maintaining health and contributing to a healthy lifestyle. An increased prevalence of non-communicable and diet related diseases such as coronary heart disease (CHD) and diabetes has attracted significant interest in the health benefits of natural bioactives. Palm bioactives that include tocotrienols, carotenoids and phenolics have emerged among the preferred healthful ingredients demonstrating potential bioefficacies and health benefits. These will be the main focus of the expert deliberations at PINC 2017.

PLENARY SESSION

Plenary Paper 2:
Dietary Fat Nutrition: Science or Politics?

Dr. Kalyana Sundram,
CEO, Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)

SESSION 1 : PALM TOCOTRIENOLS AND ITS HEALTH BENEFITS

Effects of individual tocotrienol isomers on bone cells using a 3D cell culture system

Prof. Dr. Ima Nirwana Soelaiman,
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Palm Vitamin E: A potential therapy for peptic ulcer disease

Dr. Nur Azlina Mohd Fahami,
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Tocotrienols and their effects on microglia responses: implications for brain inflammatory conditions

Dr. Sharmili Vidyadaran,
Universiti Putra Malaysia 

SESSION 2 : PALM PHENOLICS

Nutrition and the immune response: An overview

Prof. Dr. Shamala Devi,
Universiti Malaya, Malaysia

SESSION 3 : PALM TOCOTRIENOLS AND ITS HEALTH BENEFITS

Tocotrienol promotes myogenic differentiation in the prevention of replicative senescence of myoblast

Prof. Dr. Suzana Makpol,
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia 

Dissecting the mechanism responsible for the anti-cancer stem cell properties of gamma-tocotrienol

Dr. Patrick Ling,
Queensland University of Technology, Australia

SESSION 4 : DIETARY PALM OIL IN HEALTH AND NUTRITION

Nutrigenomics and dietary fats/fatty acids

Dr. Mansoor Mohammed,
Canada 

Choosing optimum dietary fat permutations for healthy lifestyles

Dr. Felicia Stoler,
Rutgers University, USA 

SESSION 5 : CURRENT CHALLENGES AND EMERGING ISSUES IN PALM OIL NUTRITION

Regulatory challenges and hurdles for bioactive compounds

Dr. Peter Pressman,
Polyscience Consulting, USA 

Consumer perception and pick up: where we are at and where we should be

Mr. Bryce Wylde,
USA

Systematic Review of Palm Oil and its Implication on Diet Related NCDs

Mr. Terence Tan Yew Chin,
Institute for Medical Research, Malaysia

SESSION 6 : 3-MCPD/GE: CHALLENGES AND OUTLOOK

MCPD - Public health implications

Dr. Roger Clemens,
University of Southern California, USA

Improving the quality and reputation of palm oil through research

Dr. Joerg J. Jacoby,
Wilmar Biotechnology R&D Center, China

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