Sponsored by the American Nutrition Association. Session 1: Personalization Trends: Labs, Devices, Assessments & the Practitioner - This session will explore innovations and challenges in nutrition science, technology, and industry in
Sponsored by the American Nutrition Association.
Session 1: Personalization Trends: Labs, Devices, Assessments & the Practitioner – This session will explore innovations and challenges in nutrition science, technology, and industry in the evolving landscape of personalized nutrition. We will discuss the benefits of technology and its horizons and limitations, including the role of expert practitioner knowledge in the digital era.
Session 2: Adoption: Behavior Change, User Experience & User Psychology – This session will explore mechanisms of successful behavior change including emerging tools and user psychology. Panelists will also discuss common barriers to adopting lifestyle and nutrition changes and how to facilitate change.
Session 3: Scaling the Personalized Nutrition Movement – Personalized nutrition has tremendous potential to benefit the health of our society. Yet many barriers such as cost, value, availability, and accessibility stand in the way of widespread adoption. Panelists will illuminate learnings from their work to set a baseline for discussion around how stakeholders can take concerted action to eliminate barriers to scaling personalized nutrition.
Session 4: Optimizing Outcomes via the Feedback Loop – Making personalized nutrition a reality requires that we address a multiplicity of real-world challenges such as rapid, ethical, and standardized digital evidence collection and dissemination; meaningful and translational research approaches; consumer-driven product development; and efficient integration of clinical tools. Panelists will explore several angles on optimizing real-time feedback loops in personalized nutrition.
September 28 (Tuesday) - October 1 (Friday)