Theme: To emphasize the latest technologies and treatment for Obesity

Obesity Conference 2016

Obesity Conference 2016

Conference Series LLC Conferences summonses all the contributors from all over the world to attend 8th Global Obesity Conference during November 14-15, 2016 in Dubai, UAE which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

The conference climaxes the theme “To emphasize the latest technologies and treatment for Obesity" which is intended in a way to communicate university circles and commerce on a single podium nurturing new research collaborations. Obesity Conference 2016 folds reputed scientists, researchers and faculty from universities and research institutions, Obesity specialists, bariatric surgeons, Weight loss specialists, physicians, endocrinologists, childhood obesity specialists, nutritionists, dietitians, health care personnel, CEO’s, Presidents of industries, business delegates, young researchers and talented student populations under a solitary gable catalysing information exchange for the advancement of research in the field of Obesity and Weight loss therapy.

 

Track 1: Obesity- Epidemiology

Over weight and Obesity affects more than a billion adults worldwide. Both general and abdominal obesity have been shown to be risk of morbidity and mortality. All health organizations have focused increasingly on a perceived Obesity epidemic said to pose drastic threats to public health. The problem of  over weight.  and obesity has therefore proceeded as one of the most regular global issues. Obesity has also been shown to be associated with a reduced quality of life. Obesity is more prevalent among women and in lower social classes or among immigrants; over weight is increasing worldwide, especially among children. Excessive adipose tissue in relation to fat-free mass results in obesity. So many factors that impact the  effect of obesity  on various disorder states. Age is one of the factors in several disease states.

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Track 2: Genetic Obesity- Risk factors

Obesity usually occurs in combination of causes and contributing factors such as genes, family lifestyle, inactivity, unhealthy diet, medical problems. Genetics  plays major role in obesity. Genes can directly cause obesity with disorders like Bardet-Biedl syndrome and Prader-Willi syndrome. Genes do not always predict future more health problems. Although it is the Obesogenic  nature that has resulted in this major healthcare problem.  Body mass index (BMI) >30 kg/m2 , and it is More than one in three children born in the early 21st century will arise diabetes  with a consequential reduction in lifetime expectancy. Obesity is a major risk factor for cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic, and osteoarticular diseases, for several of the common forms of cancer and for serious psychiatric illness. Childhood obesity is associated with earlier type 2 diabetes and with an increased mortality risk for coronary heart disease in adults. Beside rare cases, many individuals have a genetic tendency that may lead to obesity. Commonly it is possible to be obese without having a genetic predisposition. Genetic obesity that interacts with environment factors related to energy intake. Then increase the risk of obesity. Nowadays so many treatments and medications are available for the Genetics of obesity. Gene therapy is a wildly used treatment for obesity.

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Track 3: Endocrinal Obesity and Hormonal Therapy

Hormones play a crucial role in maintenance of body weight. Glucocorticoids, glucagon, insulin, thyroid, androgen hormones, and growth hormones are effect on body functioning and activities can cause obesity. Several neuroendocrine diseases are associated with occurrence of obesity. The measurement of proteins with hormone assays is obesity treatment.  Endocrinology is a stem of biology and medicine dealing with the endocrine system, its diseases, and its specific secretions known as hormones. This  is also combine with the integration of developmental events proliferation, growth, and differentiation, and the psychological activities of metabolism, tissue function,  growth and development, sleep, digestion, excretion, respiration, mood and sensory perception caused by hormones. Some disorders such as hypothyroidism, hypothalamic obesity causing’s syndrome and polycystic syndrome are accrued because of hormonal imbalance. Insulin effects on volume of fat cells by reducing food intake.

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Track 4: Childhood Obesity- Causes and Treatment

Childhood obesity is a serious medical concern. Diagnosis of obesity is based on BMI. BMI is used for the determining ratio of weight to height. Children become overweight and obese for a various reasons. The most common reasons for childhood obesity are lack of physical activity, genetic factors, and unhealthy eating patterns. In most cases, Teenage and adolescent obesity is caused by medical condition such as a hormonal problem. Androgen and growth hormones effect body functional activities leading to obesity.

Genetic abnormalities causing Obesity:

 

·         Prader-Willi syndrome, Bardet-Biedl syndrome, MOMO syndrome

·         Leptin receptor mutations

·         Congenital leptin deficiency

·         Melanocortin receptor mutations

·         Other Causes:

·         Lack of physical activity

·         Unhealthy eating patterns

·         Medical condition such as a hormonal problem

Health risks:

·         Increased risk of harmed glucose tolerance

·         Gallstones and Fatty liver disease

·         Musculoskeletal discomfort and Joint problems

·         Psychological stress such as depression

·         High cholesterol and High blood pressure

Preventive strategies:

·         Physical activity

·         Healthy eating

·         Medications

·         Weight-loss surgery

 

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Track 5: Effects of Obesity

Excess amount of energy balance most often causes overweight and obesity. Energy balance means that energy IN equal energy OUT. Obesity happens over time when more calories are consumed than spent. An Inactive Lifestyle- People who is inactive is more likely to gain weight because they don't burn the calories that they take in from food and drinks. There are many interrelated factors, such as genetics, lifestyle and how your body uses energy. Learn more about the causes of obesity and risk factors. Obesity has a far-ranging negative effect on health. 

The following effects are associated with obesity:

 

·         High blood pressure

·         Type 2 diabetes

·         Coronary artery disease

·         Joint problems, including osteoarthritis.

·         Obesity-Related Health Problems in Adults

As your body mass index rises, so does your risk for coronary heart disease. Heart disease is called as plaque builds up inside the coronary arteries. These arteries supply oxygen-rich blood to your heart. Plaque can narrow or block the coronary arteries and reduce blood flow to the heart muscle. This can leads to angina or a heart attack. Obesity also can lead to heart failure. This is a dangerous condition means heart can't pump enough blood to body's needs.

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Track 6: Obesity and Diabetes

Obesity is a longer condition that affects older people, and also increasing numbers of young people. Obesity and diabetes are reciprocal. Equal to the Centre for Disease Control, of the people who are diagnosed with type II diabetes, between 80-90% are also diagnosed as obese. Diabetes is an associated disorder characterized by chronic high blood glucose levels due to the body's failure to produce enough insulin to regulate   high glucose levels. There are 2 types of diabetes. Type 1 diabetes, which often arise in adolescents, is caused by the body's inability to make type 2 diabetes, which occurs as a result of the body's failure to react properly to insulin. Links between obesity and type 2 diabetes. It is known that factors of developing various types of diabetes mellitus. For type 2 diabetes, this includes being overweight  (having a body mass index - BMI - of 30 or greater). Overweight is increasing the chance to developing the common type of diabetes, type 2 diabetes.

Current Research:

·         Obesity stresses insides of individual cells. Respectively, overeating stresses the membranous network inside of cells called endoplasmic reticulum.

·         In current research diabetes and obesity rates increased 6% to 57%.

·         Every three seconds, someone is diagnosed with diabetes.

·         80 to 90% of peoples diagnosed with diabetes associated with obesity.

·         Treatments and Preventions Obesity- Diabetes

·         Renin-blocking drugs are used to treat prevention of diabetes associated with obesity. These drugs are used to treat diabetes, control blood pressure, may also be used eventually obesity, and as well as insulin resistance.

·         possibly eat whole, fresh, and unprocessed foods.

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Track 7: Obesity and Cancer

Being obese/over and weight   is a risk factor for several types of cancer. Although a higher weight may not necessarily cause cancer, healthy weight is thought to be associated with a lower risk of many chronic diseases. Weight gain during adult life, most often since about age 18 to between the ages of 50 and 60, has been consistently associated with risk of breast cancer after menopause .Cancer means the body cells begin to divide and spread into surrounding tissues. Cancer can start almost the human body, which is made up of trillions of cells. Commonly, human cells grow and divide to form new cells as the body needs them. When cells become damaged, they die, and new cells take their place. Being overweight or obese is also associated with an increased risk of cancer. Obesity people have more fat tissue that can produce hormones, such as insulin or oestrogen, which may cause cancer cells to grow. The relationship among obesity and breast cancer may be affected by the stage of life in which a women's health weight & becomes obese.

Major types of cancer linked to obesity:

Thyroid, Esophageal, Breast (in women who have been through menopause), Gallbladder, Pancreatic, Colon and rectum, Uterine, Kidney, Endometrium (lining of the uterus).

Treatments available:

·         Histone deacetylase inhibitors

·         Chemotherapy

·         diet- and exercise-based weight loss

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Track 8: Obesity- Dietary therapy

Dietary supplements are products which are not drugs, food additives like spices or preservatives, or conventional food, and which also meet any of these criteria. The intended use of dietary supplements is to ensure that a person gets enough essential nutrients.

The optimal management of overweight and obesity requires a combination of diet, exercise, and behavioural modification. In addition, some patients eventually require pharmacologic therapy . The risk of obesity to the subject should be evaluated before beginning of any treatment program. Obesity patients who take low-fat diets results in weight loss of 3–4 kg at 3 years, but long-term data is limited. An initial very-low-calorie diet does not lead to more weight loss Diet than low-fat diets in the long term. Most dietary strategies lead to reasonable weight loss at 6 months, but the real challenge of treatment for obesity is long-term weight management.

Low-calories diets are focused on limiting fat and carbohydrate intake. But normal protein intake is maintained. Median fibre intake showed a weight loss of 3.1 kg, fibre intake reduces diabetes. Calorie-controlled diet with a moderate fat intake is superior to a low-fat diet with a weight-loss.

Dietary Approaches to the Treatment of Obesity:

·         Low-fat diets

·         Efficacy, health effects, and sustainability

·         Very-low-fat diets

·         Moderate-fat diets

·         The high -protein diet

·         Low-carbohydrate diets

·         Low-glycemic index (GI) diet

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Track 9: Exercise, Yoga and Physical stress

Obese individuals want to lose weight; it’s important to combine healthy eating with regular exercise/physical activity. At least 35 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity on most, preferably all, days of the week is advised for healthy weight loss. Moderate-intensity physical activity is that which increases your heart rate and breathing rate and produces sweat. Yoga is best option and considered as one of the best effective alternative medicines for obesity and helps in reduction of mental stress. This is a latest phenomenon which has been influenced by the ancient Indian practice of hatha yoga and Sahaja yoga. It involves holding stretches are used for therapeutic purposes and low-impact physical exercise. Yoga in this sense often occurs in a class and may involve meditation, breath, imagery work and music. Both the meditative and the exercise components of hatha yoga have been researched for both non-specific and specific health benefits. Hatha yoga has been studied as an intervention for many conditions, stress, including back pain and depression. In general, it can help improvequality of life, but does not treat disease.

Basic Yoga poses & movements for obesity:

 

·         Sun Salutations 32 rounds in 8 minutes

·         Paschimotannasana

·         Sarwangasana and Halasana

·         Yogasanas Sun salutation is very effective for obesity reduction

 

Food Habits:

·         The lunch and dinner timings should be fixed

·         The time difference between 2 meals should be 3 hours

·         Fibre rich vegetables, Low fat meal and fruits should be taken.

·         Reduction of butter, cheese fats, sweets, excess calories milk, etc. in meals.

 

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Track 10: Obesity Surgery

Obesity Surgery is an optional treatment for patients with a BMI of 40 kg/m2 or  greater who instituted but failed an adequate diet program (with or without adjunctive drug therapy) and who present with obesity-related combined conditions such as, impaired glucose tolerance, hyperlipidemia  hypertension, obstructive sleep apnea and diabetes mellitus. A doctor discussed with patient about surgical options should include the long-term side effects, such as possible occurrence for gallbladder disease, reoperation and mal absorption. Some types of surgery also effects on patients digestion of food and absorb nutrients. Any type of surgery has risks and complications, such as hernias, blood clots and injections. If patient can follow exercise and diet recommendations, then most of the weight can be reduced. A thorough medical follow-up is also required after surgery.

 

Necessity for surgery

Bariatric Surgery is Micronutrient deficiencies

·         BMI greater than 40

·         Medically refractory hypertension related obesity

·         Obesity related type 2 diabetes mellitus

·         Weight-related arthropathies that impair physical activity

 

Current research

·         Bariatric surgery for severe obesity

·         Bariatric surgery misconceptions

·         Body Contouring after major weight loss

·         Dieting and Gallstones

·         Laparoscopic gastric banding - discharge

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Track 11: Obesity Medications

The goal of a basic obesity treatment is to stay at a healthy weight. The initial treatment goal is usually to achieve a modest weight loss — 3 to 5% of total weight. That means a weight of 200 pounds (91 kg) is obese by BMI standards and would need to lose only about 6 to 10 pounds (2.7 to 4.5 kg) for patient’s health to begin to improve. However, greater weight loss would be the greater benefit to patient. Medicines are generally prescribed for individuals who have a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher. But they are used for those with a BMI of 27 or higher who are at risk for high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol and sleep apnea. Natural remedies for Obesity are available with low side effects compared to other medications. Presently acting medications impair dietary intake and act peripherally to impair dietary absorption. These Medicines also enhance energy expenditure. Most medications for obesity are approved for short-term use only.

Various obesity medications: Anorexiants, CNS stimulants, peripherally acting antiobesity agents, gonadotropins, incretin mimetics, H2 antagonists, carbonic anhydrase inhibitor anticonvulsants.

Alternative treatments for Obesity: Guarana, garcinia (hydroxycitric acid), hoodia, ma huang

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Track 12: Weight loss Supplements and Pills

Now a day’s Diet pills, drugs and natural supplements are available in market for rapid weight loss. Supplements as generally understood include minerals, fiber, vitamins, and amino acids, among other substances. The product is supplemented to a person's diet, despite it not being usable as a meal replacement. The intended use of weight loss supplements and pills are to ensure that a person gets enough essential nutrients.

They tend to work via one or more of these mechanisms:

·         Reduce appetite; make feel fuller so that a person can consume fewer calories.

·         Low absorption of nutrients resulting low calorie intake.

·         Increase fat burning, making burn more calories.

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Track 13: Advanced weight loss treatments

The goal of any obesity treatment is to stay at a healthy weight. Many advanced weight loss treatments are available nowadays. Advanced technologies like RF power acts on cellulite pockets on various areas of the body, from fatty skin zones to thinner areas; apart from this Vacuum therapy also works with the RF power causing lymphatic drainage, increase blood flow and stimulating hormonal metabolisms. It is a Simple, safe and non-invasive treatment. Lipo Laser Program is also one of novel weight loss therapies. The main goal of these advanced weight loss lies on identifying the accurate body composition of an individual than performing the particular treatment.

Challenges in weight loss treatment

Rapid and safe weight loss, Improved body shape and muscle tone, increase in good one and Drop in bad cholesterol, sugar control if you are diabetic, Dramatic improvement in overall health and mood.

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Track 14: Obesity- Current research

There is rise in the number of deaths due to obesity-related diseases in Melbourne than in rest of the Australia. There are major advancements in researches in the field of obesity in Melbourne. There is also increase in the compound annual growth rate of obesity market. Based on the above mentioned reasons, Obesity Medicine conference has been scheduled to organize in Melbourne, Australia.

Around 25-30% of Australian children in 1995, aged 7-15 years were considered to be overweight and obesity. This is double the prevalence recorded in 1986. In 2004-05, 46% of males between the ages of 55-64, 45% of males between the ages of 65-73 and 40% of males aged 75 years and over, were classified obese. For females, 35% between the ages of 55-64, 35% between the ages of 60-65 and 26% aged 75 years and over, were classified as overweight, while 23%, 19% and 13% respectively, were classified as obese.

During the past 20 years, obesity among adults has risen significantly in the United States. The latest data from the National Centre for Health Statistics show that a third of U.S. adults 20 years of age and older—over 100 million people—are obese. This increase is not limited to adults, but has also affected young people. Among youth, 18 present of children aged 6-11 years and 21 present of teens aged 12–19 years are considered obesity. 

Identification of novel treatment targets, Understanding the molecular mechanisms that contribute to obesity and its complications in adults and children in differing ethnic groups are the current topic of importance for obesity research.

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Conference Series LLC Conferences summonses all the contributors from all over the world to attend 8th Global Obesity Conference during November 14-15, 2016 in Dubai, UAE which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

The conference climaxes the theme “To emphasize on the latest technogies and treatment for Obesity" which is intended in a way to communicate university circles and commerce on a single podium nurturing new research collaborations. Obesity Conference 2016 folds reputed scientists, researchers and faculty from universities and research institutions, Obesity specialists, bariatric surgeons, Weight loss specialists, physicians, endocrinologists, childhood obesity specialists, nutritionists, dietitians, health care personnel, CEO’s, Presidents of industries, business delegates, young researchers and talented student populations under a solitary gable catalysing information exchange for the advancement of research in the field of Obesity and Weight loss therapy.

Why to attend?

Obesity Conference 2016 is projected to deliver a distinguished introductory to the professionals in the field of obesity to converse newest exploration and encounters in the arena. Obesity Conference 2016 is planned to provide a special platform for specialists, physicians, endocrinologists, childhood obesity specialists, nutritionists, dietitians, health care personnel, CEO’s, Leaders of productions, commercial delegates, young researchers and talented students working in the arena to deliberately, discussion ideas and their considerations in front of a large global listeners.

 

 

Market analysis Report for Obesity Conference 

UAE the fifth most obese country in the world

Obesity is a chronic disease, involving an accumulation of excess fat which is harmful to human health. A person is considered obese if his/her BODY MASS INDEX (BMI) is 30 or higher. Obesity is a result of an increased number or size of fat cells in a human body. Obesity surgery changes your energy balance – the relationship between how much food is absorbed, the way in which fat is used, and stored, and how much energy is used by a human being.

According to a new analysis more than 66 per cent of men and 60 per cent of women in the UAE are overweight or obese in UAE. According to Forbes, United Arab Emirates ranks 18 on a 2007 list of fattest countries with a percentage of 68.3% of its citizens with an unhealthy weight. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is predicted that there will be over 2.3 billion overweight and 700 million obese individuals by 2015.


The report in the health journal warned that the world’s adult population is getting fatter. The global population is estimated to weigh 287 million tons of which 17 million tons is due to people being overweight.
 

According to some The UAE's population is approximately 3.4 million and of those, around 425,000 people from the ages of 20 to 79 in the UAE are currently diagnosed as having diabetes. That figure is expected to rise to approximately 501,000 in 2030.
 

The US accounts for almost one third of the world’s weight due to obesity. Asia in contrast has 61 per cent of the world’s population but only 13 per cent of the world’s weight, it said.

In 2013, 2.1 billion people worldwide were overweight or obese . One in five children and adolescents aged 5–17 years in several high- and middle-income countries were overweight or obese . The World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that more than 40 million children under the age of 5 years were overweight or obese in 2012, which may reach 70 million by 2025 with current trends . Nearly one-third (31.8%) of American children and adolescents aged 2–19 years are overweight (14.9%) or obese (16.9%) in the United States 

 

 

Scope and Importance of Obesity Research
According to NIH

The NIH Obesity Research Task Force was established to accelerate progress in obesity research across the NIH, given the importance of the obesity epidemic as a public health problem and its relevance to the mission of most of the NIH Institutes, Centers, and Offices (ICs). The Task Force is co-chaired by the Director of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, Dr. Griffin P. Rodgers; the Director of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, Dr. Gary H. Gibbons; and the Director of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Dr. Alan E. Guttmacher. The members of the Task Force are representatives from these and many other NIH ICs.

According to Public health Research center in Dubai:

Obesity and Genetic Susceptibility to Diabetes Research Center

Since more than 40% of the relatively young population of Abu Dhabi Nationals has diabetes or pre-diabetes, this center will identify and validate genetic factors that predispose to diabetes in obese individuals.

Societies Associated with Obesity Research
NIH components are represented on the Task Force
National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive  Kidney Diseases &  (NIDDK)  NIDDK obesity research 
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development(NICHD) 

Universities Associated with Obesity Research

According to Public Health Research Center in Dubai:

The Emirate of Abu Dhabi is confronting major public health challenges in tobacco use, obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. These factors have complex co-determinants in human genetic susceptibility and environmental conditions, ranging potentially from the built environment to the human microbial milieu (microbiome). The mission of the NYU Abu Dhabi Public Health Research Center (PHRC) is to improve the health of the population in Abu Dhabi through research.

Obesity and Genetic Susceptibility to Obesity Research Center

Since more than 40% of the relatively young population of Abu Dhabi Nationals has diabetes or pre-diabetes, this center will identify and validate genetic factors that predispose to diabetes in obese individuals.

Growth of Obesity Research in the upcoming ten years

There are currently 1.6 billion overweight adults in the world, according to the World Health Organization. That number is projected to grow by 40% over the next 10 years. The following list reflects the percentage of overweight adults aged 15 and over. These are individuals who have individual body mass indexes, which measures weight relative to height, greater than or equal to 25. Obese is defined as having a BMI greater than or equal to 30.

Fund Allotment to Obesity Research

Weight Watchers and The Obesity Society have partnered to create the Karen Miller-Kovach Research Grant. The grant will focus on the development of a scalable, behavioral weight-loss intervention that includes digital tools. One grant will be funded for $50,000 for a one-year period.

Eligibility criteria

  • All members of The Obesity Society (domestic or international) are eligible for the grant.
  • All career levels are eligible for the grant. 
  • Applications from post-doctoral research fellows must have a mentor who is a current TOS member and be a member in their own right.

Principal Investigators may only submit ONE application for this grant opportunity. All documents should be submitted to The Obesity Society by 11:59 am Eastern on July 29, 2015.

Budget and Project Period: the total project period for an application submitted in response to this FOA is seven years.  Maximum allowable direct costs for a Research Center are $700,000 in Year 1 and 2, $1,500,000 per year in years 3-6, and $700,000 in year 7.

The Dh 335, 000 raised from participants will support medical research on obesity in the UAE to be conducted by the Al Jalila Foundation.

 

 

 

Products manufactured by the industry related Obesity Research and it’s market Value.

Obesity drugs and treatment have the highest growth potential throughout the forecast period. A relatively small market, its growth however is booming at a CAGR of 23.8%. By 2011 the sector will be worth more than $4.0 billion.

The North America weight loss/obesity management market was worth $104 billion in the year 2012 and is expected to reach $139.5 billion by 2017. U.S. is the largest market, followed by Canada. The market will grow at a healthy pace in the next five years due to the increasing number of lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and cardiac problems, increasing personal disposable income, government initiatives to increase awareness of health and fitness, and technological advancements.

Global Weight Loss companies:

Ajinomoto Co., Inc.
Allergan, Inc.
Amer Sports Corporation
Atkins Nutritionals, Inc.
Brunswick Corporation
Cynosure, Inc.
Ediets.Com
Equinox
Fitness First Group, Ltd.cff
Gold's Gym International, Inc.
Herbalife, Ltd.
Icon Health & Fitness, Inc
Johnson & Johnson
Johnson Health Tech. Co., Ltd.
Life Time Fitness, Inc.
Lifecore Fitness
Nestle Sa
Nutrisystem, Inc.
Olympus Corporation
Pepsico, Inc.
The Coca-Cola Co.
Weight Watchers International, Inc.

 

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