Programme Titles Presenters Topics
Monday 10th September
08:00 Conference registration
Foyer
09:00-09:10 Conference Opening | Dr Paul Kroon, Professor Richard Hurrell (Chairs)
Auditorium
09:10-10:40 Session 1 | Theme 1: Mechanisms and individual variation in uptake
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09:10-09:45 [PL01] Lindsay Allen, USDA, ARS Western Human Nutrition Research Center, USA | Vitamin B12 bioavailability and utilisation
Auditorium
09:45-10:20 [PL02] Ana Rodriguez-Mateos, Kings College London, UK | Factors affecting the bioavailability of (poly)phenols: Implications for health benefits
Auditorium
10:20-10:40 [ST01] Examining the effect of inflammation on hepcidin and iron bioavailability in iron-deficiency anemia: a case-control study in Moroccan women | N.U. Stoffel, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Auditorium
10:40-11:10 Coffee break and poster viewing
Foyer and Gallery
11:10-12:45 Session 2 | Theme 1: Mechanisms and individual variation in uptake
Auditorium
11:10-11:45 [PL03] Torsten Bohn, Luxembourg Institute of Health | Host factors explaining individual variation in carotenoid bioavailability
Auditorium
11:45-12:05 [ST02] Bioavailability of Aronia berry (poly)phenols after acute and regular consumption | M. Le Sayec, King's College London, UK
Auditorium
12:05-12:25 [ST03] Effect of zinc intake on essential fatty acid metabolism | C. Signorell, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, USA
Auditorium
12:25-12:45 [ST04] Phenolic acids bioavailability of tomato onion and lovage soup with or without fermentable carbohydrate: A randomized cross-over trial | W. Cong, University of Glasgow, UK
Auditorium
12:45-13:40 Lunch
Foyer and Gallery
Poster Session 1
Foyer and Gallery
13:40-14:10 Poster talks 1
Auditorium
14:10-15:45 Session 3 – Theme 2: Role of the microbiome in bioavailability
Auditorium
14:10-14:45 [PL04] Michael Zimmermann, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland | The role of the gut microbiome in iron bioavailability and safety
Auditorium
14:45-15:05 [ST05] Oligomeric procyanidins are a poor source of gut microbiota-derived hydroxyphenyl--valerolactone metabolites: A randomized, placebo-controlled human intervention trial | P.A. Kroon, Quadram Institute Bioscience, UK
Auditorium
15:05-15:25 [ST06] A probiotic iron supplement increases ferric iron and up-regulates the ferric reductase Dcytb in human Caco-2/HT29 MTX co-cultures | N. Scheers, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Auditorium
15:25-15:45 [ST07] Salivary and gut microbiomes play a significant role in in vitro oral bioaccessibility and intestinal absorption of arsenic from food | M. Calatayud-Arroyo, Ghent University, Belgium
Auditorium
15:45-16:30 Coffee break and poster viewing
Foyer and Gallery
16:30-17:45 Session 4 – Theme 3: Biofortification
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16:30-17:05 [PL05] Richard Hurrell, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland | Food components, food processing and host factors influencing iron bioavailability from biofortifed foods
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17:05-17:25 [PL06] Janneke Balk, JIC, Norwich, UK | Vacuolar sequestration of iron in the endosperm of the grain increases the iron content and bioavailability of white wheat flour
Auditorium
17:25-17:45 [ST08] Iron absorption from a novel iron-enriched fungal fortificant in humans using stable isotope methodology | A.E. Bries, Iowa State University, USA
Auditorium
17:45 End of day
Tuesday 11th September
09:00-10:30 Session 5 – Theme 4: Heath impacts and safety
Auditorium
09:00-09:35 [PL07] Lynnette Neufeld, GAIN, Switzerland | Evidence of the impact of food fortification programs on status and functional outcomes
Auditorium
09:35-09:55 [ST09] Turning phytates into a natural iron delivery system | E. Habeych, Nestl Research Center, Switzerland
Auditorium
09:55-10:30 [PL08] Richard Mithen, Quadram Institute, Norwich, UK | Potential health benefits of increasing sulphur uptake and sulphur-containing compounds in Brassica vegetables
Auditorium
10:30-11:00 Coffee break and Poster viewing
Foyer and Gallery
11:00-12:30 Session 6 – Health impacts and safety Special Session: The risks and benefits of folic acid fortification
Auditorium
11:00-11:10 Introduction of the topic and comments from the Chair
Auditorium
11:10-11:40 [PL09] Irwin Rosenberg, Tufts University, Medford, USA | Vitamin B9 may not always be benign
Auditorium
11:40-12:10 [PL10] Helene McNulty, University of Ulster, UK | The health effects of folic acid fortification
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12:10-12:30 Questions and discussion led by an expert panel
12:30 End of day (please note – no lunch is being provided on Tuesday)
Wednesday 12th September
09:00-10:40 Session 7 – Theme 5: Public health nutrition
09:00-09:35 [PL11] Kevin Cashman, University College Cork, Ireland | Is vitamin D deficiency of public health significance? Health and safety considerations of food fortification
Auditorium
09:35-09:55 [ST10] An isotope dilution method to assess iron requirements and changes in iron status in Swiss women | C. Speich, ETH Zuerich, Switzerland
Auditorium
09:55-10:15 [ST11] Sodium selenate supplementation effectively delivers selenium to the central nervous system: Results from a randomized controlled pilot-trial in Alzheimer's disease | B.R. Cardoso, Deakin University, Australia
Auditorium
10:15-10:35 [ST12] Bioavailability of vitamin B12 from dairy products using a pig model | D. Bueno Dalto, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada
Auditorium
10:35-11:15 Coffee break and Poster viewing
Foyer and Gallery
11:15-12:30 Session 8 – Theme 2: Role of the microbiome in bioavailability
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11:15-11:50 [PL12] Daniele Del Rio, University of Parma, Italy | The importance of gut microbiota-dependent metabolism of polyphenols in determining their health benefits
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11:50-12:10 [ST13] Consumption of galacto-oligosaccharides increases iron absorption from ferrous fumarate but not from ferrous sulfate: A stable isotope study in young Swiss women | F.M.D. Jeroense, ETH Zrich, Switzerland
Auditorium
12:10-12:30 [ST14] Quercetin bioavailability from broccoli and its impact on sulforaphane bioavailability | Y. Wang, University of Illinois Urbana, USA
Auditorium
12:30-13:30 Lunch
Foyer and Gallery
Poster session 2
Foyer and Gallery
13:30-14:00 Poster talk session 2
Auditorium
14:00-16:00 Session 9 – Theme 3: Biofortification
Auditorium
14:00-14:35 [PL13] Janet King, CHORI, Oakland, USA | Potential biomarkers of the efficacy of zinc biofortification
Auditorium
14:35-15:00 [PL14] Navreet Bhullar, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland Novel genetic engineering strategies for iron and zinc biofortification of rice and wheat grains
Auditorium
15:00-15:20 [ST15] Iodine in milk and dairy products in relation to iodine in feed - contribution to iodine intakes in Swiss adults | O.L. van der Reijden, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Auditorium
15:20-15:40 [ST16] -Cryptoxanthin from specialty biofortified orange maize is highly bioavailable in humans | S.A. Tanumihardjo, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
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15:40-16:00 [ST17] In vitro bioaccessibility of potato iron as compared to iron from black, white and fava beans | G. Burgos, International Potato Center, Peru
Auditorium
16:00-16:30 Coffee break and Poster viewing
Foyer and Gallery
16:30-17:40 Session 10 – Theme 1: Mechanisms and individual variation in uptake
Auditorium
16:30-17:00 [PL15] Paul A Kroon, Quadram Institute Bioscience, UK | How far have we come and where next in understanding polyphenol metabolism and bioavailability?
Auditorium
17:00-17:20 [ST18] Formulation of geraniin-phospholipid complex for improved oral bioavailability | U.D. Palanisamy, Monash University, Malaysia
Auditorium
17:20-17:40 [ST19] Impact of food structure on lipophilic micronutrients bioavailability: A human study | M. Hiolle, UMR 1253 INRA-Agrocampus Ouest STLO, France
Auditorium
17:40-18:00 [ST20] Bioavailability of the main groups of coffee phytochemicals under different patterns of consumption and taking into account inter-individual differences due to gender and smoking | P. Mena, University of Parma, Italy
Auditorium
19:30 Conference Dinner
Norwich City Football Club
Thursday 13th September
09:00-10:30 Session 11 – Theme 2: Role of the microbiome in bioavailability
Auditorium
09:00-09:35 [PL16] TBC | The role of the gut microbiome in iron bioavailability and safety
Auditorium
09:35-10:10 [PL17] Kevin D Croft, University of Western Australia, Australia | Role of the microbiome in bioavailability of dietary polyphenols
Auditorium
10:10-10:30 [ST21] Human and gut microbiota metabolites from purple potato anthocyanins | J. Jokioja, University of Turku, Finland
Auditorium
10:30-11:00 Coffee break and Poster viewing
Foyer and Gallery
11:00-12:50 Session 12 – Theme 5: Public Health Nutrition
Auditorium
11:10-11:35 [PL18] Susan Fairweather-Tait, University of East Anglia, UK | EFSA’s approach to dealing with bioavailability in setting Dietary Reference Values
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11:35-12:10 [PL19] Augustin Scalbert, IARC, Lyon, France | Polyphenol metabolome : From human exposure to risk of diseases
Auditorium
12:10-12:30 [ST22] Galacto-oligosaccharides with -1,6/3 glycosidic linkages have preventive role against colorectal cancer in rat model | S. Iqbal, University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Pakistan
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12:30-12:50 [ST23] Daily consumption of berries as a part of a habitual red meat diet for four weeks changes gut metabolism and biomarkers of colon cancer in healthy volunteers | A-M. Pajari, University of Helsinki, Finland
Auditorium
12:50-13:10 Closing ceremony
Auditorium
13:10 Lunch and end of conference
Foyer and Gallery
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