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Posted on Dec 21, 10:07AM | UNI
In an effort to arrest premature ageing and promote the concept of graceful ageing, the Indian Nutritional Medical Association (INMA) and the Rotary Cochin Central will organise an International Anti-Ageing Medical Conference and Expo between April 26 to 28, 2013 at Cochin.
In a release here today, Kerala Health Minister VS Sivakumar, launching the official conference logo, said the event would be held at Hotel Le Meridian Convention Centre.
He said the conference was of great importance, particularly in Kerala which was known as the capital of lifestyle diseases.
Though anti-ageing concept is gaining popularity all over the world, the conference doesn't aim to reverse the process of ageing.
Instead, it aims to arrest premature ageing and promote ageing as a graceful experience.
Research all over the world reveals that premature ageing is caused by fast-paced life, nutrient deficiency and environmental pollution. It's been proved beyond doubt that lifestyle diseases could be reversed through a customized and personalized health campaign.
The conference aims to bring medical professionals, scientists and researchers on a common platform for the benefit of the common man who wanted to remain physically fit.
The conference would have the participation of eminent medical practitioners and scientists from various parts of India and abroad and feature brainstorming sessions and seminars open for public free of cost.
The Expo will also have stalls put up in the areas of health, beauty, fitness and food among others.
The event is being organised jointly by the INMA and Rotary Club to raise funds for social causes like promotion of rain-water harvesting and for creation of required infrastructure for Research and Training in Cellular Nutrition and Environmental Medicine.