We are pleased to announce a new edition of the symposium « One Health: health of the Soil, animals and people« , proposed by the Association Bleu-Blanc-Cœur with the scientific support of the INRAE (French Natonal research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment) and Valorex, for 2 new digital sessions in 2021 to speak about the topics of food, health and environment:
◈Tuesday, June 8, 2021 (2pm-4.30pm – French time zone) : «Nutrition at the heart of public health and engine of a virtuous economy»
◈ Tuesday, September 28, 2021 (9.45am – 12.30pm) : «What climate and animal health benefits associated with this public health approach»-> Here the program / Register
#OneHealth2021 –Broadcast #1
June 8th, 2021 at 2pm-4.30pm (French time zone)
Theme: Nutrition at the heart of public health and engine of a virtuous economy
One Health and COVID-19
One Health is defined as a measurable link between the health of soil, animal, plants and people.
COVID-19 is syndemic (1): its effects are simultaneously due to the entry of an unknown virus, and to its development in a favorable environment, e.g. in weakened and malnourished organisms.
This day will therefore be focus on:
◈the explanation of the scientific links between the nutrients in our diet and the resistance mechanisms of our body (immunity, inflammation) against virus.
◈ then about the arrival of these nutrients on our plates throughout the food chain with their measurable collateral effects on the ecosystem’s health and the social aspects
Program (subject to update)
◈ 2pm Welcome
2.05pm – Introduction – (10 min)
« Food, economy and society: how agricultural approaches concerned by health and climate can and must createvalue in the territories»
by Agnès PANNIER-RUNACHER
Minister Delegate for Industry, attached to the Minister of the Economy, Finance and the Recovery
2.15pm – Virtual session introduction (10 min )
by Pierre Weill – Co Chairman of Bleu-Blanc-Coeur
FOOD and COVID:
when nutrition and Omega 3s can no longer remain in the blind spot of the epidemic crisis managment
2.20pm – Polyunsaturated fatty acids, their lipid mediator derivatives and COVID – (20 min)
by Professor Philip CALDER,
Professor of immunology Univ. of Southampton (UK)
2.50pm – High Omega-3 status in the blood of patients affected by COVID, drastically reduces the mortality (Study results presentation) – (20 min)
by Docteur HARRIS,
Professor in the Department of Medicine, Sanford School of Medicine, at the University of South Dakota
Reconnect with a protective diet:
what are the cornerstones and what operating manual?
3.15pm – Is there a place for a protective food in the COVID-19 epidemic? – (20 min)
Implementation of an immune barrier thanks to a preventive food: which nutrients? in what quantity? for what effects on the microbiota, the health, the immunity?
By Doctor JM LECERF, Director of the Nutrition Department, Pasteur Institute of Lille – FRANCE
3.35pm – How Vitamin D, Omega 3, Zinc and other nutrients for immunity and inflammation get on our plates? – (20 min)
by Pierre WEILL, Bleu-Blanc-Cœur co-chairman
◈ 3.55pm – Open questions/answers (10mn).
4.10pm – How gastronomy and tradition can give back meaning to our plates and health for all – (20 min)
by Guillaume Gomez – Chef, MOF, member of the Bleu-Blanc-Coeur community
◈ 4.30pm ◈ End of the session
This scientific knowledge-sharing symposium will be broadcast on a digital platform (accessible to all free of charge, subject to registration, display in both English and French).
The 2020 edition of « One Health » brought together more than 2,200 attendees from more than 35 countries (stakeholders in the agri / agro sectors, health professionals, food trades, scientists, etc.)
These days of transmission and sharing of knowledge will be focus on the One Health subject and measurable link between the health of soil, animal, plants and people, explaining:
– the scientific links between the nutrients in our diet and the resistance mechanisms of our body (immunity, inflammation) against virus.
– the arrival of these nutrients on our plates throughout the food chain with their measurable collateral effects on the ecosystem’s health and the social aspects
– the positive and measured collateral impacts on the health and well-being of animals, the climate and the economy of our ecosystems
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