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Malta Polyphenols 2007, 15-16 Novembre 2007


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15 Novembre 2007 - 16 Novembre 2007
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Malta

Problematique

Polyphenols Applications: From source to optimal industrial uses: State of the art and future trends


Présentation

After the great success of the Polyphenols 2006 conference, the Malta university and the International Society for Antioxidants in Nutrition and Health (ISANH) organize the 4th international conference on Polyphenols applications.
 
Today polyphenols benefits in human health have gained a worldwild interest and the knowlegde of the relationship between their consumption and health improvement is constantly growing. The next step is how to bring these compounds to targeted populations and what are the best means to optimize their effects for consumer.
 
For this purpose, the organizing committee of Malta Polyphenols 2007 had the original idea to focus the conference on the pratical aspects of polyphenols uses in food, beverage, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries with speacial emphasis on following:
 
-Latest advances in polyphenols benefits in human health,
-Latest advances in the role of polyphenols in chronic diseases prevention and therapy with focus on promising role on diabetes, obesity and aging management,
-New solutions to optimize polyphenols processing and to better evaluate and improve their bioeffeciency in finished products.
-New sources, ingredients and technlogical solutions in polyphenols industrial application (food, beverage, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries)
 
Malta Polyphenols 2007 conference targets physicians from every medical discipline, scientists, nutritionists, gerontologists, pharmacists, researchers and academic professors, R&D departments, pharmaceutical companies, food supplement companies, cosmetics companies, beverages companies, marketing departments, investors, start ups and actors of the economic environment.
 


Malta Polyphenols 2007

 

4TH International Conference on Polyphenols Applications

 

 

Thursday November 15 2007

 

8:50    Conference Opening

Pr Joseph Bannister and Dr. Marvin Edeas

 

Session 1: Latest News on Polyphenols Benefits

 

Chairmen : Dr Marvin Edeas, Dr Roberta Masella & Dr Helmut Schroder

 

9:00    On the way of long healthy life : The place and the power of polyphenols

Dr Carrie Ruxton, Nutrition Communications, UK

 

9:30    Overview of latest advances in polyphenols properties and their effects on human health

Dr Roberta Masella, National Centre for Food Quality and Risk Assessment, Rome, Italy

 

10:00  Fruits and vegetables polyphenols dietary sources: Who are the best?

            Measurement of the total polyphenolic contents (TPC)

Correlation between fruits and vegetables consumption (two assumption methods) and polyphenol intake

 

Dr Pierre Brat, CIRAD Montpellier, France

 

10:30  Break / Poster & Visit of Polyphenols Exhibition

 

Session 2: Polyphenols and Chronic Diseases Prevention : Recent Advances

 

Chairmen : Dr Marvin Edeas, Dr Roberta Masella & Dr Helmut Schroder

 

11:00  Obesity, diabetes and oxidative Stress: New promising role of polyphenols

            identification and promotion of diets that protect from obesity and type 2 diabetes

            Protective effects of mediterranean diet on weight gain and the development of type 2 diabetes

            Dr Helmut Schröder, Lipid & cardiovascular epidemiology research unit, Barcelona, Spain

 

11:30  Nutrigenomics and Polyphenols : A marketing concept or a future vision?

How polyphenols affect our genes?

Dose/effect relation

How individual genetic differences affect the way we respond to dietary polyphenols

Pr Piero Dolara, Department of Pharmacology, University of Florence, Italy

 

12:00  Pro-oxidants diet : How dietary polyphenols can prevent it?

            Prevention of lipid peroxidation and cooxidation of dietary vitamines

            Role of polyphenols (catechin) in inhibition of hydroperoxides and malondialdehyde generation

            How can dietary polyphenols prevent meal induced peroxidation?

Dr Joseph Kanner, Departement of Food Science, The Volcani Center, Israel

 

12:30  Lunch / Poster & Visit Polyphenols Exhibition

 

Session 3: How to Obtain Highly Bioactive Polyphenols

 

Chairmen : Dr Alegria Carrasco Pancorbo, Dr Joseph Kanner & Dr Mauro Serafini

 

14:00  Last advances in polyphenols processing

Different  methods of polyphenols evaluations, advantages and disadvantages of these methods

Problems of quantitative and qualitative estimation of polyphenols

Factors affecting the phenolic composition and the antioxidant activities (thermal oxidation, storage or other factors)

Dr Alegria Carrasco Pancorbo, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Granada, Spain

 

14:30  Dietary polyphenols, redox network and inflammation: the importance of linking bioavailability and bioefficiency

            Plasma non-enzymatic antioxidant network and its association with diet

            Dr Mauro Serafini, Antioxidant Research Laboratory at the Unit of Human Nutrition, Rome, Italy

 

15:00  How to evaluate the antioxidant activities of polyphenols : Controversies and practical aspects

Overview of differents methods, their limits and their interpretation

Can ORAC method reflect the total antioxidants activities of natural extracts

Dr Nina Hermans, Laboratory of Nutrition and Functional Food Science, University of Antwerp, Belgium

 

15:30  Break/ Poster & Visit of Polyphenols Exhibition

 

Short oral communications

 

16:00  Changes in human plasma of selected parameters of oxidative stress after consumption of controlled antioxidant capacity diets

M. Czlapka-Matyasik, Poland

 

16:10  HPLC-DAD-MSN characterisation of phenolic compounds in apricots, peaches and pumpkins for authenticity control of apricot products

C. Kurz, B. Germany

 

16:20  ESR study of quercetin, morin and apigenin single crystals of antioxidant polyphenols 

M. Birey, Turkey

 

16:30  Effect of polyphenols on oligomerization of alpha synuclein

M.Caruana, N.Vassallo, University of Malta

 

16:40  Atherosclerosis prevention by a fucus vesiculosus extract

M. Cleofé, France

 

16:50  Rind of the Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, a potential source of natural antioxidants (patent pending)

U Palanisamy, Malaysia

 

17:00  Onion waste: a potential antioxidant source in ireland?

H.H. Wijngaard, Ireland

 

17:10  Nutritional value Improvement of low quality edible oils using tomato peel waste

A Benakmoum, Algeria

 

 

17:20 End of the first day

 

18:30  Pick up for the Gala dinner

 

 

 



Friday November 16 2007

 

Session 4: Valorisation of Polyphenols From Fruit and Vegetable Wastes

 

Chairmen : Dr Carmen Gomez & Dr Andreas Schieber

 

9:00    Processing wastes from fruits and vegetables : A cheap and natural antioxidants for industry

            General potential of the plant waste extracts

            Practical and economic applications

            Dr Andreas Schieber, Institute of food technology, Germany

 

Session 5: Application of polyphenols in industry: Perspectives & Trends

 

Chairmen : Pr Piero Dolara, Dr Neville Vassallo & Pr Joseph Vercauteren

 

Food Industry

 

9:30    Practical applications of polyphenols in food & drinks industry : Practical Case of CocoanOX

New sources of polyphenols and phenolic acids

Current & new promissing natural ingredients (green tea, cranberry, Curcumin, rosemarinic acid,...)

Dr Salvatore Ummarino, Business development responsible, Natraceutical Group, Spain

 

10:00  Food preservation : Antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of polyphenols

Dr Carmen Gomez-Guillen, Instituto del Frio, Department of sciences and technology of meat and fish products, DMF, Madrid, Spain

 

10:30  Break / Poster & Visit of Polyphenols Exhibition

 

Cosmetic Industry

 

11:00  Design of Polyphenols for high-tech cosmetic applications: latest advances

            Pr Joseph Vercauteren, Laboratoire de Pharmacognosie, Faculté de Pharmacie

 

11:30  Polyphenols solubility and stability in water : New perspectives in cosmetic industry

            Dr Daniel Auriol, Libragen, France

 

12:00  Global Market of Functional ingredients and their applications on food, beverages and cosmetics : focus on polyphenols and phenolic compounds

            Mr Shane Starling

 

12:15  Lunch / Poster & Visit of Polyphenols Exhibition

 

14:00  Short oral communications

 

14:00  Nuts, a good source for polyphenols, show antimutagenic properties in the ames test

B. Isnardy, Austria

 

14:10  Increasing antimicrobial and antioxidant activity of bilberry by enzymes and novel processing technologies

R Puupponen-Pimiä, Finland

 

14:20  Polyphenol content and total antioxidant capacities of a range of spices used in chilled ready meals

M.B. Hossain, Ireland

 

14:30  Polyphenol content and free radical scavenging activity of three extracts of Vernonia Amygdalina Del. (asteraceae)

D. Kuate, Cameroon

 

14:40 Food Research in the EU Framework Program for Research and Technology Development

Ms Rosanna D'Amario, Unit E.3 "Food - Health - Well-being", Research Directorate General, European, Commission, Brussels, Belgium

 

15:00  Round table discussion

Polyphenols Applications in 2007 : Obstacles, Opportunities and Future Trends

 

15:35  Conclusion by Dr Marvin Edeas

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Registration-Polyphenols 2007.pdf434.25 Ko
Selected-abstracts-Oral & Poster.pdf161.68 Ko