On June 17 and 18, 2022 the SEANUTS II conference ‘New insights on the nutrition and health status of Southeast Asian children’, took take. During this 2 half day digital event the first results of SEANUTS II were shared. You can now watch the first recorded presentations of a selection of the speakers here below.
The presentations on the SEANUTS II results will become available after a couple of months. The first write ups of the presentations are now available here.
Prof Mary Chong Foong-Fong: ‘Assessing diets across multi-centers: design, applications and challenge’
Prof Endang L. Achadi: ‘How national health surveys have an influence on national policies’
Prof Muhammad Yazid Jalaludin: ‘Malnutrition What are we looking at? Single, Double or Triple burden of malnutrition?’
Dr Khanh Tran Van: ‘What impact does breakfast and dairy have on a child health?’
Prof Emorn Udomkesmalee: ‘Micronutrients in children: the foundation that matters’
Prof Aryono Hendarto: ‘Does COVID-19 have an impact on the growth, health and nutrition of children?’
Dr Wong Jyh Eiin: ‘Physical Activity of Children in SEANUTS II: What, How and Why’
Prof Hannelore Daniel: ‘Metabolomics in nutrition and food science’
The South East Asian Nutrition Surveys (SEANUTS) is a large nutritional study initiated by FrieslandCampina and conducted by leading and reputed universities and research institutes in 4 countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. SEANUTS II is the second instalment, and it aims to study the nutritional status, dietary intake and lifestyle behaviors of more than 13,000 children aged 6 months to 12 years in the 4 countries. Read more on SEANUTS I & II on this page.