In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, CRN-I will be holding a series of webinars in lieu of its annual in-person symposium, typically held in conjunction with the Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses (CCNFSDU) meeting. Addressing anticipated topics and building on past CRN-I symposia, the series will include discussions on the role of targeted nutrition to support a healthy lifespan and on developing a framework for establishing reference values for bioactives. Learn more via the CRN-I website. Contact Jim Griffiths for information.
Science-based Policy: Targeted Nutrition for all ages and the role of bioactives
Globally longevity has been increasing, however not only do inequalities remain, but more importantly, real and perceived “health” has not always kept pace. If we live longer but are suffering extensive and extended morbidities, as well as depressed mental, physical, and social status, then should a long life measured by number of years, months and days be the only goal? Since 2010, CRN-I has sponsored and organized annual scientific symposia at the Codex CCNFSDU meeting to provide current scientific thinking, academic research, and public health policy considerations, complimentary for national delegates. This year, our three virtual webinars will examine healthy ageing and health promotion throughout the life-course, targeted nutritional elements that are backed by scientific research, and several well-studied bioactive constituents that may eventually be recognized for their public health promoting opportunities. Please join us by registering to virtually attend one or all of the “Science-based Policy: Targeted Nutrition for All Ages and the Role of Bioactives” webinars.
The second webinar in the series will take place November 17 from 6:30–8:00 pm ET. Learn more on the CRN-I website.
The role of protein and sarcopenia in the elderly
William Evans, PhD
Adjunct Professor of Human Nutrition, Department of Nutritional Sciences & Toxicology, University of California, Berkeley
Vitamin D and musculoskeletal health and immunity
Susan Lanham-New, PhD, FRSB, FAfN
Professor of Human Nutrition & Head, Nutritional Sciences Department, School of Biosciences & Medicine, Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK