World Congress of Nephrology - Mexico 21-25 apr.

Danone Nutricia Research and the Hydration for Health initiative are partners of the luncheon symposium "Advancements in the effects of hydration in kidney health" on Apr 23rd. Danone Nutricia Research and ISN join forces to expand the knowledge on hydration and kidney health.



Symposium : The growing evidence of healthy hydration for kidney disease prevention


Apr 23rd - 1:15 pm to 2:30 pm.

Visit us on the hydration for health booth (at B20) 


Strong scientific evidences point out chronic dehydration as a risk factor in the epidemics of chronic kidney disease in Central America. (Prof. R. J. Johnson)


Water can prevent dehydration-induced kidney damages because rehydration with even small amounts of fructose can induce impaired renal injury. (Dr. L.G. Sanchez Lozada)


The detrimental effects of dehydration and heat on kidney function are recognized but there is still a gap in the scientific evidences. (Dr. L.Moist)


Danone Nutricia Research launch a new research grant on hydration and kidney health: the ISN-H4KH Research Fellowship


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Expert Working Group

Our Expert Working Group meet regularly to discuss the importance of healthy hydration and to develop strategies to encourage patients and the general public to adopt healthier hydration practices.

Prof. Max Lafontan
INSERM Unit 858, University of Toulouse, France
Prof. David Haslam
Watton-at-Stone, Hertfordshire / National Obesity Forum, UK
Prof. Hardinsyah
Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Prof. Jean-François Duhamel
CHU de Caen, France
Dr. Simón Barquera
National Institute of Public Health, Cuernavaca, Mexico
Prof. Lawrence E. Armstrong
University Professor, specialist in sports physiology and expert in hydration, Connecticut, USA

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