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JOHN Ebenezer Peter 

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JOHN, Ebenezer Peter Anuoluwa is a lecturer and researcher in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, College of Food Science and Human Ecology, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. He was born in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria on March 27, 1989. He graduated from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science Degrees at the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics in January 2014 and November 2018 respectively.
He joined the service of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria in 2019 as an Assistant Lecturer. As of date, he has Published one (4) Journal articles, three (6) Conference proceedings, and five (5) Conference abstracts.
John Ebenezer received the Young Nutritionist Award for Best Oral Presentation at the 47th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria, 2017. He also won the Dufil-Prima foods Nutrition Scholarship Award for Postgraduates in Nigeria, 2015.

a Ph.D. In-View
b M.Sc. 2018
c B.Sc. 2014
d SSCE 2005

i. Prevalence of some selected risk factors of metabolic syndrome among government secondary school teachers in Odeda local government area of Ogun State.
ii. Assessment of knowledge, attitude and practices of exclusive breastfeeding among civil servant mothers in Odeda local government area, Ogun State.
iii. Assessment of some selected risk factors of obesity and overweight among elderly in Odeda local government area of Ogun State.
iv. The prevalence of malnutrition among public primary school students that benefited from home grown school feeding program in Odeda local government area of Ogun State.
v. Awareness and consumption pattern of biofortified food products among urban residents of Odeda local government area, Ogun State.
vi. Nutritional Status and Metabolic Syndrome of Primary Healthcare Workers in Odeda and Abeokuta South Local Government Areas of Ogun State, Nigeria.
vii. Physical Activity, Energy Expenditure and Anthropometric Measurements of Elderly in Urban Areas of Abeokuta South Local Government of Ogun State.
Research in Progress:
viii. Nutritional and Anti-nutrient Composition of Non-alcoholic Pito Drink made from Bio-fortified and Non Bio-fortified Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) Sweetened with Pineapple and It possible effects on Lipid Profile and Anaemia Induced Rats.

a) Young Nutritionist Award for best Oral Presenter at the 47th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria held at University of Ibadan, 2017.
b) Dufil-Primal Foods Nutrition Scholarship Award for Postgraduate, 2015.

(i) Nutrition Society of Nigeria
(ii) Federation of African Nutrition Societies
(iii) Institute for Dietitians in Nigeria.
(iv) American Society for Nutrition

a. NSN: 51st Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria on Promoting Healthy Diets Through Food Systems Transformation (19th – 24th September, 2021).
Paper Read 1: Evaluation of Glycemic Index of Orange Fleshed Sweet Potato and Indigenous Sweet Potato (Ipomoea botatas) Commonly Consumed Abeokuta Metropolis, Ogun State, Nigeria.
Paper Read 2: Assessment of Available Food Items in Home Food Environment Among Undergraduates in University of Lagos, Nigeria.
b. NSN: 49th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of Nutrition Society of Nigeria on Promotion of Sustainable Development: Current Trends and Innovations?(September 10-13rd, 2019).
Paper Read: Association BetweenNutritional Status and Presence of Metabolic Syndrome among Primary Healthcare Workers in TwoSelected Local Government Areas of Ogun State, Nigeria.
c. NSN: 48th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of Nutrition Society of NigeriaNutritional Challenges- What Actions for Sustainable Development? (2018).
Paper Read: Assessment of Nutritional Status and Some Selected Risk Factors of Cardiovascular Disease.
d. NSN: 47th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of Nutrition Society of Nigeria- Controversies in Nutrition-Separating Facts from Fads and Fallacies(2017).
Paper Read: Elderly Physical Activity, Energy Expenditure and Nutritional Status in Urban Areas of Abeokuta South Local Government of Ogun State, Nigeria.
e. 44th National Workshop / Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting of Institute of Dietetics in Nigeriaon Risk Factors of Renal Failure and Dietary Intervention. Ogun State 2015.
Paper Read: Food Consumption Patterns of Elderly’s in Abeokuta South Local Government of Ogun State.

i. Journal Articles in Print:
1. Oladoyinbo C. A., Abiodun A. M., Akinbule O. O., Okeke I. U. and John E. (2019). Modifiable Risk Factors for Obesity among Traders in Abeokuta South Local Government Area, Ogun State. African Journal of Biomedical Research, Vol. 22 (May, 2019); 127- 133. Published by Biomedical Communications Group, Ibadan. Nigeria. Available online at https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajbr/article/view/190602.
2. Adebayo Y. O, Odunfa O. M, Akinsanya O. B, and John E. P.(2020). Risk Factors of CardiovascularDiseases Among Staff of Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Ogun State.Journal of Dietitians Association of Nigeria (JDAN) Volume 11Number 2. December, 2020. Published by Dietitians Association of Nigeria. Available online at https://www.ajol.info/index.php/jdan/article/view/213448.
3 John E. P. and Olayiwola I. O. (2021). Urban Elderly’s Nutritional Status asInfluenced by Topical Issues such as Physical Activity and EnergyExpenditure. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences. 42 (1): 93-100.
ii. Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings
4. John E. P.and Arowolo A. B (2015).Food Consumption Pattern of Elderly’s in Abeokuta South Local Government of Ogun State. Conference Proceedings of the 44th National Workshop / Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting of Institute of Dietetics in Nigeria. Page 56-57.
5. John E. P., Olayiwola I. O., Onabanjo O. O and Eni-Olorunda T. (2019).Association BetweenNutritional Status and Presence of Metabolic Syndrome among Primary Healthcare Workers in Two Selected Local Government Areas of Ogun State, Nigeria.Conference Proceedings of the 49th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria: Pages 111-112.
6. Adebusoye M. S and John E. P(2020).COVID – 19 and Immunity- Can Consumer Knowledge and Perception about Herbs and Spices Play a Role?Conference Proceedings of the 50th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria: Pages 129-130.

7. Adebusoye M. S and John E. P (2020).Effects of Socio-demographic Characteristics on the Consumption Pattern of Snacks among Young Adults in Bauchi State.Conference Proceedings of the 50th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria: Pages 106-108.
8. Olayiwola I. O., Adedokun V. M and John E. P(2020).Proximate Composition and Acceptability of Cookies made from Tiger Nut Flour (cyperus esculentus).Conference Proceedings of the 50th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria: Pages 104-106.
9. Olayiwola I. O., Agoro A.A and John E.P(2020). Comparative Study on the Proximate Composition of Indigenous Sweet Potato and Orange Fleshed Sweet Potato (IpomoeaBatatas) in Abeokuta Metropolis.
Conference Proceedings of the 50th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria: Pages 71-72.

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