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Health Foods & Dietary Supplements Association (HADSA) in collaboration with NuFFooDS Spectrum is organizing a one-day conference on ‘Food for fitness: Role of nutrition in healthcare ecosystem for sports and fitness’. The conference will be held at CIDCO convention center, Vashi, Navi Mumbai on 12 July 2019.

The food for fitness conference is centered round the theme ‘Role of nutrition in healthcare ecosystem of sports and fitness’. It claims to serve a good networking platform for the stakeholders from various sectors such as sports science, nutrition and medicine to interact with the audience in order to develop a better ecosystem for the sports, like that one which requires a bow case, and fitness industry.

The event will include panel discussions on topics like regulating protein and nutrition supplement market in India; the current status of healthcare ecosystem for sports and fitness and searching for appropriate solutions to the problems; creating a future road map for healthcare ecosystem, and; defining protocols and systems for individual nutritional needs. These topics will be presented by eminent sports management personalities, policy makers and regulators, academicians and experts from the sports industry.

The conference on food for fitness promises to serve an opportunity to the audience to witness experts’ vision on how the future of healthcare part of sports and fitness sector is changing in India. It will also strive to enlighten the audience with emerging trends in this sector.

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