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Symposium on “Should Australia and New Zealand Allow More Vitamin D Into The Food Supply?”

Melbourne, Australia
12/06/2012
Deakin City Centre

OBJECTIVES

To address this public health issue by:

  • Raising the awareness of academics, government, industry and food regulators of the key public health issue of vitamin D deficiency in the Australian population.
  • Highlighting to the government that urgent consideration needs to be given to allowing more vitamin D into the food supply.
  • Proposing food based strategies to effectively increase vitamin D intake of the Australian and New Zealand populations.

PROGRAM

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REPORT

The report is available here.

PRESENTATIONS

Overview: Impact of vitamin D insufficiency/deficiency on health
Prof Caryl Nowson, Deakin University
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Vitamin D status of adult Australians – Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency and its determinants in Australian adults
Prof Rob Day, Deakin University
PDF

Vitamin D status of dark skinned migrant populations and indigenous Australians
Assoc Prof Andre Renzaho, Monash University
PDF

Canada’s experience with vitamin D fortification
Prof Susan Whiting, University of Saskatchewan
PDF

How effective is sunlight exposure in maintaining adequate vitamin D status in Australians?
Prof Rebecca Mason, University of Sydney
PDF

The ABC of D – Infants, children and adolescents; Pregnancy and lactation
Dr Georgia Paxton, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne
PDF

Vitamin D and mental health: reflection on U-shaped relationships
Prof John McGrath, University of Queensland
PDF

Emerging areas relating vitamin D to health
Prof Peter Eberling, University of Melbourne
PDF

Regulating the addition of vitamin D to food
Ms Janine Lewis, Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ)
PDF

Vitamin D mushrooms – The natural solution to Australia’s vitamin D problems
Mr Grey Seymour, Australian Mushroom Growers’ Association
PDF

Vitamin D – A perfect storm is building
Mr Wouter Claerhout, DSM Nutritional Products Ltd
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Vitamin D Symposium 2012

Vitamin D Symposium 2012

 

From left to right:
Mr Wouter Claerhout, DSM
Prof Caryl Nowson, Deakin University
Ms Janine Lewis, FSANZ
Assoc Prof Andrew Renzaho, Monash University
Prof John McGrath, University of Queensland
Dave Roberts, ILSI Australasia
Mr Greg Seymour, Australian Mushroom Growers’ Association
Prof Andy Sinclair, Deakin University