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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10TH

8:00-8:30  CONFERENCE OPENING CEREMONY

8:30-10:20    TRADITIONAL DIETS IN DIABETES

                          Chairs: Ursula Schwab (Finland), Gabriele Riccardi (Italy)

8:30-8:50        The Mediterranean diet in diabetes (Jordi Salas-Salvado, Spain)

8:50-9:10        The Nordic diet in diabetes (Ulf Risérus, Sweden)

9:10-9:30        Vegetarian diets in diabetes (Neal Barnard, USA)

9:30-9:40        Oral Abstract 1 - African Food Pyramid (Sara Baer-Sinnott, USA)

9:40-9:50        Oral Abstract 2 - The effect of a vegetarian vs. conventional hypocaloric diet on serum concentrations of persistent organic pollutants in patients with type 2 diabetes     (Hana Kahleova, Czech Republic)

9:50-10:10      Panel Discussion (Jordi Salas-Salvado, Ulf Risérus, Neal Barnard, Sara Baer-Sinnott, Hana Kahleova)

 

10:10-10:40  COFFEE BREAK & POSTERS  RS (abstracts of clinical interventions #1-7)

 

10:40-12:30  OTHER DIETARY PATTERNS IN DIABETES

                          Chairs: Hana Kahleová (Czech Republic), Ulf Risérus (Sweden )

10:40-11:00     Dietary patterns rich in healthy oils in diabetes (Ursula Schwab, Finland)

11:00-11:20     Dietary patterns rich in dairy in diabetes prevention (Anthony Hanley, Canada)

11:20-11:40     Meal replacements in diabetes (Osama Hamdy, USA)

11:40-12:00     High-carbohydrate vs. low-carbohydrate diets in diabetes: effect on metabolic control (Livio Luzi, Italy)

12:00-12:10    Oral Abstract 3 - Tree nuts improve glycemic control in all-comers:  A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials (Effie Viguiliouk, Canada)

12:10-12:30     Panel Discussion (Ursula Schwab, Anthony Hanley, Osama Hamdy, Livio Luzi, Effie Viguiliouk)

 

12:30-13:30    LUNCH BREAK

 

13:30-15:30    NUTS IN DIABETES

                           Chairs: Anne-Marie Aas (Norway), Cyril Kendall (Canada)

13:30-13:50     Tree nuts and cardiovascular mortality (Ying Bao, USA)

13:50-14:10     Tree nuts as part of a Mediterranean diet in diabetes (Monica Bullo, Spain)

14:10-14:30     Tree nuts in the management of obesity, diabetes, and cardiometabolic risk (Joan Sabate, USA)

14:30-14:50     Tree nuts and cardiovascular risk factors in diabetes (Sheila West/Katherine Sauder, USA)

14:50-15:00      Oral Abstract 4 - Almonds improve glycemic control in Chinese patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (Oliver Chen, USA)

15:00-15:10      Oral Abstract 5 - Guidelines and nut consumption in Norway (Lars Johansson, Norway)

15:10-15:30     Panel discussion (Ying Bao, Monica Bullo, Joan Sabate, Sheila West/Katherine Sauder, Oliver Chen, Lars Johansson)

 

15:30-16:00   COFFEE BREAK & POSTERS (abstracts of epidemiology #8-14)

 

16:00-17:30   EXERCISE IS MEDICINE IN DIABETES

                           Chairs: Kirsti Bjerkan(Norway), Thomas Wolever(Canada)

16:00-16:20     Cardiorespiratory fitness and diabetes: A review of the epidemiology (Steven Blair, USA)

16:20-16:40     Optimal exercise prescription for type 2 diabetes mellitus (Timothy Church, USA)

16:40-17:00     Fitness is more important than fatness in diabetes (Carl “Chip” Lavie, USA)

17:00-17:10      Oral Abstract 6 -  High intensity interval training improves glycemic control and pancreatic β cell function of type 2 diabetes patients (Per Bendix Jeppesen, Denmark)

17:10-17:30      Panel discussion (Steven Blair, Tim Church, Carl “Chip” Lavie, Per Bendix Jeppesen)

 

18:00-21:00    EVENING EVENT

The Insulin Trail 90 years later (a walking tour and dinner talk at the University of Toronto from Prof. Michael Bliss, author of “The Discovery of Insulin”)

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 11TH

8:15-9:45      REDUCING THE RISK OF TYPE 2 DIABETES: IMPROVED CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM WITH RESISTANT STARCH

                          Chairs: Fred Brouns (the Netherlands), Per Bendix Jeppesen (Denmark)

8:15-8:35         Review of mechanisms – Findings from Animal Models (Michael Keenan, USA)

8:35-8:55         Clinical evidence – Findings from human trials (Denise Robertson, United Kingdom)

8:55-9:10         Oral Abstract 7 – Responders and non-responders – Baseline metabolic condition affects response to resistant starch (Barbara Gower, USA)

9:10-9:25         Oral Abstract 8 – Linking microbial consumption of resistant starch to functional outcomes (Maria Marco, USA)

9:25-9:45         Panel Discussion (Michael Keenan, Denise Robertson, Barbara Gower, Maria Marco)

 

9:45-10:15     COFFEE BREAK & POSTERS (abstracts of basic science #22-25)

 

10:15-12:15   CANADIAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION SESSION ON GLYCEMIC RESPONSE/INDEX/LOAD IN DIABETES

                           Chairs: Jennie Brand-Miller (Australia), David Jenkins (Canada)

10:15-10:20     Opening Remarks (David Jenkins, Canada)

10:20-10:35     Glycemic response/index/load for weight management (Wim Saris, Netherlands)

10:35-10:50     Glycemic response/index/load for diabetes and cardiovascular risk prevention (Simin Liu, USA)

10:50-11:05     Glycemic response/index/load: Methodological issues (Tom Wolever, Canada)

11:05-11:20     Glycemic index labeling: The Australian Experience (Alan Barclay, Australia)

11:20-11:35     Regulation of glycemic response/index/load: EFSA’s perspective (Silvia Valtuea Martinez, Italy)

11:35-11:50     Regulation of glycemic response/index/load claims: Health Canada’s perspective (Alfred Aziz, Canada)

11:50-11:55     Closing remarks (Jennie Brand-Miller)

11:55-12:15     Panel discussion (David Jenkins, Wim Saris, Simin Liu, Tom Wolever, Alan Barclay, Silvia Valtuea Martinez, Alfred Aziz, Jennie Brand-Miller and Carolyn Casey)

 

12:15-13:15    LUNCH BREAK

 

13:15-15:15   SWEETENERS IN DIABETES

                           Chairs: Anastasia Thanopoulou (Greece), Andreas Pfeiffer (Germany)

13:15-13:35     Safety and metabolic effects of low-calorie sweeteners (Berna Magnuson, Canada)

13:35-13:55     Low calorie/no calorie sweetener in diabetes (John Peters, USA)

13:55-14:15     Fruit juice: impact on nutrient quality, obesity and diabetes (Fred Brouns, Netherlands)

14:15-14:35     Fructose in diabetes: friend or foe? (Luc Tappy, Switzerland)

14:35-14:45     Oral Abstract 9 - Raisin Intake, Glycemic Control and other Cardiovascular Risk factors in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (James Painter, USA)

14:45-14:55     Oral Abstract 10 - Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Artificially-Sweetened Beverages and Type 2 Diabetes (Douglas Weed, USA)

14:55-15:15     Panel discussion (Berna Magnuson, John Peters, Fred Brouns, Luc Tappy, James Painter, Douglas Weed)

 

15:15-15:45   COFFEE BREAK & POSTER PRESENTATIONS (abstracts of clinical interventions #1-7)

 

15:45-17:30   CARBOHYDRATE QUALITY IN DIABETES: TOWARDS HARMONIZATION

                           Chairs: John Sievenpiper (Canada), Cyril Kendall (Canada)

15:45-16:05     GI as a marker of carbohydrate quality (Jennie Brand-Miller, Australia)

16:05-16:25     Dietary fibre as a marker of carbohydrate quality (Jim Mann/Andrew Reynolds, New Zealand)

16:25-16:45     Whole grains as a marker of carbohydrate quality (Gabriele Riccardi, Italy)

16:45-17:05     In vitro digestibility of carbohydrates as a marker of carbohydrate quality (Furio Brighenti, Italy)

17:05-17:30     Panel discussion to find common ground (Jennie Brand-Miller, Jim Mann/Andrew Reynolds, Gabriele Riccardi, Furio Brighenti, Dan Ramdath)

 

18:15-21:15    EVENING EVENT

                     Tour of the Hockey Hall of Fame followed by Dinner at La Bettola Di Terroni

 

FRIDAY, JUNE 12TH

8:30-10:20     PREBIOTICS AND NOVEL CARBOHYDRATE INGREDIENTS IN DIABETES

                          Chairs: Angela Rivellese (Italy), Dario Rahelic (Croatia)

8:30-8:50         Slowly and rapidly absorbed carbohydrates on postprandial metabolism in type 2 diabetes (Thomas Linn, Germany)

8:50-9:10         Metabolic benefits of prebiotic fibre intake (Raylene Reimer, Canada)

9:10-9:30         Achieving low glycaemic response diets within food-based approaches to healthy eating (Geoffrey Livesey, United Kingdom)

9:30-9:40         Oral Abstract 11 - Lowering Glucose and Insulin Responses to a Starchy Staple: From Formulation to Flux (David Mela, Netherlands)

9:40-10:00       Panel Discussion (Thomas Linn, Raylene Reimer, Geoffrey Livesey, David Mela)

 

10:00-10:30   COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER PRESENTATIONS  (abstracts of epidemiology #15-21)

 

10:30-11:00    HEALTH ECONOMIC IMPACT OF INCREASED DIETARY FIBRE INTAKE: A CANADIAN EXAMPLE (Jared Carlberg, Canada)

                            Chair: Livia Augustin (Canada), Vladimir Vuksan (Canada)

 

11:00-12:40    INTENSIVE LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION (ILI) PROGRAMS IN DIABETES: IS IT THE DIET, EXERCISE OR BOTH?

                           Chairs: David Jenkins (Canada), John Sievenpiper (Canada), Cyril Kendall (Canada)

11:00-11:20     Why do we Need Large, Pragmatic Randomized Outcomes Trials of Nutritional Interventions? (Hertzel Gerstein, Canada)

11:20-11:40     Lessons learned from the LookAhead Trial (Edward Horton, USA)

11:40-12:00     A Mediterranean intensive lifestyle intervention: Predimed Plus (Jordi Salas-Salvado, Spain)

12:00-12:20     Panel discussion (Hertzel Gerstein, Edward Horton, Jordi Salas-Salvado)

 

12:20-13:20    LUNCH BREAK

 

13:20-14:20    INTERNATIONAL LIFESTYLE PORTFOLIO TRIAL PLANNING DISCUSSION

                           Chairs: John Sievenpiper (Canada), Cyril Kendall (Canada)

13:20-13:35     The “Lifestyle Portfolio Trial” rationale and design (David Jenkins, Canada)

13:35-14:20     Panel discussion (David Jenkins, Hertzel Gerstein, Michael Farkouh, Edward Horton, Jared Carlberg)

 

14:20-14:40   GUIDELINES UPDATES

                           Chairs: Rosalba Giacco (Italy), Lars Johansson (Norway)

14:20-14:30     International Carbohydrate Quality Consortium (ICQC) update (Livia Augustin, Canada)

14:30-14:40     DNSG Dietary guidelines update (Andreas Pfeiffer, Germany)

 

14:40-15:10   COFFEE BREAK & POSTERS (abstracts of basic science #22-25)

 

15:10-16:40   SHORT ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS

                           Chairs: Ingunn Bergstad (Norway), Ingrid Mostad (Norway)

                           Abstracts of clinical interventions

15:10-15:16     Short Oral Abstract 1 - Diets naturally-rich in different polyphenols improve glucose metabolism: is the effect related to specific subclasses? (Claudia Vetrani, Italy)

15:16-15:22     Short Oral Abstract 2 - The Effect of α-linolenic Acid and Fish on GlucoseMetabolism, Serum Lipid Profile and Low-grade Inflammation in Subjects with Impaired Glucose Metabolism (Maria Lankinen, Finland)

15:22-15:28     Short Oral Abstract 3 - A High-Protein Diet Reduces Liver Fat Content and Improves Glomerular Filtration Rate in Subjects with Type 2 Diabetes (Mariya Markova, Germany)

15:28-15:34     Short Oral Abstract 4 - A Randomized Crossover Trial Of Walking After Eating And Standard Physical Activity Advice In T2DM: Impact On Glycemia (Andrew Reynolds, New Zealand)

15:34-15:40     Short Oral Abstract 5 - The Effect of Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load on Liver Enzyme Activity (Laura Chiavaroli, Canada)

15:40-15:46     Short Oral Abstract 6 - Regular Participation in the phases of an Intervention Program and the Beneficial Effects on the Daily Dietary Habits of Participants - The PERSEAS study (Charilaos Dimosthenopoulos, Greece)

                           Abstracts of systematic reviews and meta-analyses

15:46-15:52     Short Oral Abstract 7 - Low-Carbohydrate Diets in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes – A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis (Henny-Kristine Korsmo-Haugen, Norway)

15:52-15:58     Short Oral Abstract 8 - Fructose Containing Sugars - Sweetened Beverages and Their Contribution to Body Weight: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Controlled Feeding Trials (Vivian L. Choo, Canada)

15:58-16:04     Short Oral Abstract 9 - Effect of oat β-glucan on markers oflipid control: a systematic review and meta-analysis (Thanh Ho, Canada)

16:04-16:10     Short Oral Abstract 10 - The Effects of Maternal Diet on Glycemic Control: A Systematic Review and Network Meta-Analysis (Vanessa Ha, Canada)

                           Abstracts of epidemiology

16:10-16:16     Short Oral Abstract 11 - Cross-Sectional Associations of Plasma Fatty Acid Composition with Plasma Concentration of Leptin in Finnish Children (Taisa M Venäläinen, Finland)

16:16-16:22     Short Oral Abstract 12 - Comparison of Glycemic Outcome and Relation to Changes in Liver Fat Content in Low-carb vs. Low-fat Dietary Regimes for Prediabetic Subjects (Stefan Kabisch, Germany)

16:22-16:28     Short Oral Abstract 13 - The Effects of Dietary Glycemic Load on Plasma Proteomic Biomarkers (Joseph Jamnik, Canada)

16:28-16:34     Short Oral Abstract 14 - Serum Non-Esterified Fatty Acid (NEFA) Concentrations are Associated with Longitudinal Progression of β-Cell Dysfunction: Prospective Metabolism and Islet Cell Evaluation (PROMISE) Cohort (Luke W. Johnston, Canada)

16:34-16:40     Short Oral Abstract 15 - Increase in angiotensin converting enzyme in response to a high fat diet (Rita Schüler, Germany)

 

16:40-16:50  PRESENTATION OF THE 34th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DIABETES AND NUTRITION

                          Chairs: Anette Buyken (Germany), Velimir Bozokof(Croatia)

16:34-16:40    34th ISDN:  An Invitation to Prague, Czech Republic, June 29th to July 1st, 2016 (Hana Kahleová, Czech Republic)

 

16:50-17:00     CLOSE OF THE SYMPOSIUM

 

17:00-18:00     GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF MEMBERS

                              Chair: Ulf Risérus (Sweden)

 

18:45-23:00  GALA DINNER & AWARDS

                        An evening at the Royal Conservatory of Music

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