6th International Congress on Maternal-Infant-Nutrition in the First 1000 Days is organized by FTS Tourism Congress Organization and will be held during Mar 14 - 18, 2018 at Gloria Golf Resort, Antalya, Turkey.
As you know, a child’s future health is largely determined in the first 1000 days after conception, meaning pregnancy the first two years of childhood. Proper nutrition, birth type, breast feeding during this period is very important and this is supported by many scientific works. Malnutrition in the first 1000 days not only leads to the risk of chronic diseases and psychiatric disorders, but also causes physical, mental and metabolic malfunctions, epigenetic changes and problems in brain development and functions. Maternal stress and unnecessary use of antibiotics or corticosteroids lead to the changes mother’s microbiota, weakens immune system, which in turn may cause increase in infections like diarrhea, pneumonia and other atopic diseases. Improper nutrition in the first 1000 days is one of the factors that can increase mother-child death rate.
Despite all the socio-economic and cultural changes in our country, improper and insufficient nutrition are still remaining. Giving too many births, adolescent and late age pregnancies, time period less than two years between pregnancies, high rates of cesarean births, common use of antibiotics and glucocorticosteroids and lack of knowledge about nutrition, difficulties for reaching the essential nutrients, increased frequency of anemia and diabetes during pregnancy, even if the rate of breast feeding is high during the first 24 hours, and rapidly decreasing and early quitting of breast feeding is fairly high are problems which should be solved by us.
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
(0312) 439 68 04,
(0312) 439 68 05
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Physician, Chemist, Company Representative - Regular Fee||13 Mar,2018||EUR 200.00|
|Dietitian, Asistant - Regular Fee||14 Mar,2018||EUR 150.00|
|Midwife, Nurse, Student - Regular Fee||14 Mar,2018||EUR 100.00|