Integral Wellness Symposium
San José, Costa Rica
August 20, 2019 – August 21, 2019
Costa Rica Convention Center
Integral well-being is a state that depends on the context and the situation, which includes basic aspects for a good life: freedom and choice, health and physical well-being, good social relationships, security and peace of mind. Integral well-being is a concept related to the good condition of people or groups.
Within the components of human well-being, personal satisfaction with life is of fundamental importance. This satisfaction takes place when there is a conjugation between man and the environment and society, which includes the objective and subjective conditions that allow the human being certain opportunities for professional realization.
The Food Nutrition and Technology Committee is pleased to invite you to the Symposium on Integral Welfare that will be held at the Costa Rica Convention Center.
Investment: includes food and materials.
- $ 100 general admission
Dr. Manoela Figueiredo. Nutritionist. Expert in mindful eating, intuitive eating, and wellness coach. Brazil.
Dr. Ana Mercedes Pérez Researcher. National Center of Food Science and Technology of Costa Rica (CITA), University of Costa Rica.
Eng. Ana Irene Bonilla Researcher and project assistant Study of the intestinal microbiota and nutritional status of adults in the Nicoya Peninsula and the Metropolitan Area (GAM).
Dr. Georgina Gómez Nutritionist. School of Biochemistry. University of Costa Rica
Dr. Krysia Badilla Nutritionist with emphasis on Wellness. Pozuelo Company.
MSc. Marietta Villalobos System of Postgraduate Studies in Psychology. University of Costa Rica
MSc. Peggy Morales System of Postgraduate Studies in Psychology. University of Costa Rica
Dr. Rossana Mauro Nutritionist. Expert in eating disorders - Integrative Coach and expert in individual and group change.
Dr. Jeremy Spencer Professor of the Department of Food and Nutrition Sciences of the University of Reading. Recognized as one of the leading groups in the world dedicated to working mechanically at the interface of phytochemicals of diet and brain function. UK
Dr. Nicolás Azocar Anthropologist. Social Log. Mexico.
Dr. Pablo Camarena Anthropologist. Social Log. Mexico.
Dr. Adrián Pinto Clinical Microbiologist and Professor at the School of Medicine of the University of Costa Rica. He leads a research group on symbiotic associations between microorganisms and different animal species.
Dr. Allan Astorga Professor of Environmental and Sedimentary Geology, Central American School of Geology at the University of Costa Rica. Environmental Consultant in Environmental Impact Assessment, Hydrogeology, Sedimentology, Environmental Planning of the Territory and Strategic Environmental Assessment.
Dr. Carlos Alvarez School of Human Movement. The National University of Costa Rica.
MSc. Emmanuel Herrera School of Human Movement. The National University of Costa Rica.
Dr. Gilbert Brenes Academic and researcher of the Central American Population Center of the University of Costa Rica.