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OLAYIWOLA Ibiyemi Olasunbo 

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Professor Ibiyemi Olayiwola is a PhD holder from the faculty of Public Health University of Ibadan in human nutrition 2004.
Ibiyemi Olayiwola a Professor of Human Nutrition and Dietetics for the past eight years in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria. She has over twenty-five years of professional experience in nutrition and dietetics of teaching, research and community service. Have visited the various colleges of health sciences to profess nutrition and dietetics.
She is a member of various professional bodies within and outside Nigeria such as the nutrition society of Nigeria, Nigeria Institute for training and development (NITAD), American society of nutrition, and Information Technology and Nutrition Africa, International Union of Nutrition Science (IUNS); America Gerontological Society (AGS).
My goals and area of interest are to apply nutrition and dietetics towards community development, gender capacity and poverty alleviation.
My research focus on elderly nutrition and other vulnerable is to make them come out of nutritional problems. Use locally produced foods to maintain normal Nutritional status, and solve health challenges.
Currently working on a more innovative approach to disseminating Nutrition and Dietetics to the vulnerable through advocacy and capacity building.
Membership of professional bodies within and outside includes the nutrition society of Nigeria and the American society of nutrition. Others are Canada society of nutrition and information Technology and nutrition Africa.
Professor Ibiyemi Olayiwola consultancy services cut across various national and international non-governmental organizations.
Assistant coordinator and co- investigation of US/PEPFAR/UNAAB on the awareness and prevention of HIV in Nigeria University campus (2005-2007).
Assistant co-coordinator on Nigeria food composition Data (2015-2017).
A resource person to Ogun state committee of food and nutrition (2010, 2014, 2017-till date. Resource person to UNICEF Intervention programme (2008-2011; 2014-2019).
Consultant to PATH on Formative research to improve maternal and newborn care in Nigeria 2008-2009. Co-investigator on African Food Crop Development for Optimum Nutritional Qualities, 2008-2011 sponsored by AAU. International collaboration and external assessor to University of Ghana, department of Dietetics, University of Developmental studies Tamale, Ghana and University of Sierra Leone Njala College of Agriculture, home economics department.
Incapacity building, training and human capital development, Olayiwola have supervised ten PhD students in nutrition and dietetics, about twenty MSc Students in Nutrition and Dietetics and over one hundred undergraduate students till date.
The research works have been in over seventy articles in Journals belonging to professional bodies, Universities and international publishers such as the Nigerian journal of nutritional sciences, Nigeria food Journal, Nigeria Medical Association Journals and public health journals in Cambridge, Emeralds and Elsevier Publications. Other articles are within the professional publishers outside Nigeria.

a. Ph.D 2004
b. M.Sc. 1985
c. B.Sc. 1983
d. Post Graduate Diploma 1990

i Child’s Growth, Exclusive Breastfeeding and Institutional capacity
of Primary Health Care in Ogun state, Nigeria 2011-17

ii Nutritional Surveillance and Food Composition Studies
in funaab extension communities 2010- 2017

iii African Food Crop Development for Optimum Nutritional Qualities. 2008-2011

iv Formative research to improve maternal and newborn care in Nigeria 2008-2009

Research in Progress:
iAwareness and Nutritional value of African crops and
organic food products 2016-date

ii Nutrition and Agriculture interphase: An Advocacy for
Nutrition sensitive Agriculture at the Universities and faculties
of Agriculture in Nigeria 2018-till date

iii Development of Nutrition education Modules for Health Professionals 2020- till date

(iv) Advocacy and Nutrition education on Protein challenge : show case of 2020-till date
Soybeans, Orange flesh potato and Biofortified maize

i. Member of Senate, FUNAAB 2006- Till Date
ii. Member College Board of studies COLFHEC, FUNAAB 2011-Till Date
iii. Member, University Publication Committee 2011- 2018
iv. Member of Board of Studies COLAMRUD, FUNAAB 2005-2010
v. Member Adhoc Committee for Reorganization of University Committee Terms of Reference 2007

Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSN)
International Union of Nutrition Science (IUNS)
America Gerontological Society (AGS)
America Society of Nutrition (ASN)
Canada Society of Nutrition (CSN)
Information Technology and Nutrition Africa. (ITANA)
Nigerian Institute for Training and Development (NITAD)
Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology (NIFST)
Federation of African Nutrition Science (FANUS)

51ST Annul General meeting and Scientific conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria,
held at Enugu Nigeria, 21st -25th September 2021 Paper. Assessment of Vitamin D intake and
Inflammatory Biomarker in Elderly Inpatients of State Hospital Ijaiye, Abeokuta.

Nutrition 2020. America Society of Nutrition Conference. Excellence in Nutrition Research and
Practice. June 1-4th 2020. Webnar.

50th Annul General meeting and Scientific conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria, held
at Kaduna, Nigeria November, 15-19, 2020. Paper:Proximate Composition and Acceptability of
Cookies made from Tiger Nut Flour (cyperus esculentus).

47th Annual General meeting and Scientific Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria, held at
University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 2017. Paper: Assessment of Nutritional Status and
functional Capacity of the Elderly in Ibadan.

1st international conference on food science and human ecology and Selamat held at the
International Conference center Funaab. 21-24th Nov, 2016. Paper. Selected mineral content of
composite cocoyam flour substituted with plantain

67TH International conference of Gerontology Society of America 3rd – 9th
nov 2014. at Convention center Washington DC, USA. Physical activity and
Nutritional status of a group of elderly in Abeokuta, Nigeria

16th Triennial Symposium of International Conference on Root and Tubers 2012. Paper : Mineral
Composition and Acceptability of Cocoyam based Recipe enriched with Cowpea Flour. Federal
University of Agriculture Abeokuta Nigeria. 2012 Sept 28-30.

36th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology (NIFST) Oct 15-
19 2012. Lagos. Nigeria. Paper : Daily Activity Life style and Food Consumption Pattern of a Group
of Elderly in Ogun state.

1st International Conference on Food Security and Health in Africa, University of Leeds UK 2011.
Paper: Consumer Acceptability of Gari from Bio fortified Cassava Roots.

41st Annual Conference and Scientific Meeting of Nutrition Society of Nigeria. Sept 19th -22nd
2010.Kaduna Nigeria. Paper: Prevalence of Anaemia among Pregnant Women attending Ante
Natal Clinic of Federal Medical Centre Abeokuta. Ogun State Nigeria.

40th Annual Conference and Scientific Meeting of Nutrition Society of Nigeria. Oct. 19th -22nd
2009. Akure. Nigeria. Paper: Vitamin Content of Foods served at the Old People’s Homes Yaba
Lagos.

8thInternational Conference on Wars and Conflicts in Africa. University of Texas. Austin, USA
2008. Papers: Nutritional Management of the Vulnerable of Wars and Conflicts in Africa.

8th International Conference on Wars and Conflicts in Africa. University of Texas. Austin, USA
2008.Papers: Nutritional Problems among Refugees and Displaced Populations in Africa.

A. Dissertation and Thesis
i. Aboaba, I.O. (2004): Assessment of Nutritional status of the Elderly in Ogun State, Nigeria. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Ibadan.

ii. Aboaba, I.O. (1985): Calcium, Magnesium and Oxalic acid content of some Nigerian Foods and Beverages. M. Sc. Dissertation. University of Ibadan.
iii. Aboaba, I.O. (1983): Chemical and Biological Evaluation of some Nigerian Biscuit Types. B. Sc. Dissertation. University of Ibadan.

B. Articles in Learned Journals in Prints (Olayiwola, nee Aboaba)

1 John EP and Olayiwola IO 2021. Urban Elderly’s nutritional status as influenced byTopical
issues such as physical acyivity and energy expenditure. Nigeria Journal
of Nutritional Sciences. 42 (1): 93-100

2Adebayo YO, OlayiwolaIO,Afolabi WAO 2020: Assessment of functional impairments
among the elderly in Ijebu Ode local Government Area of Ogun state Nigeria. Nigeria Journal
of Nutritional Sciences. 41(1) : 88-97

3IdowuSenbanjo, Comfort O Senbanjo, WAO Afolabi, Ibiyemi O. Olayiwola (2019)
Co-existence of maternal overweight and obesity with childhood undernutrition in rural and
urban communities of lagos state Nigeria. Acta Biomed 2019; 09 ; 06;90;(3); 266-274. Pub.
Society of Medicine and Natural Scence. Italy.

4.Samson Ayo Deji1,IbiyemiOlasunbo Olayiwola2, OyewoleTemitope Omolola,3 et al 2019.
A cross sectional study on Breast feeding and complementary feeding practices among lactating
mothers in Ile Ife, Nigeria. Volume 7, Issue 4,. Available, www.globalscientificjournal.com

5. Adeniran AA; ho Mogaji; AA Aladesida; IO Olayiwola; AS Oluwole et.al 2017
Schistosomiasis intestinal helminthiasis and nutritional status among preschool aged children in
sub-urban communities of Abeokuta, Southwest, Nigeria. BMC research notes, 10: (1): 637.
Available online at https://www.biomedcentral.com

6. Senbanjo, IO; Olayiwola, IO; Afolabi, WAO. (2016) Dietary Practices and Nutritional Status of
Under-five Children in Rural and Urban Communities of Lagos state,Nigeria. Nigerian Medical
Journal 57: 307-313. Published by Nigerian Medical Association. Available online.at
http://www.nigeriamedj.com

7.Habibat Adedotun, Abdul-Rasaq A. Adebowale, Ibiyemi O. Olayiwola, Taofik A., Shittu&Lateef O.
Sanni (2015) Production and Quality Evaluation of Noodles From Sweet Potato Starch, Journal of
Culinary Science & Technology, 13:1, 79-93, DOI: 10.1080/15428052.2014.952479 Published
Tarloy and Francis UK

8.Afolabi WAO, Olayiwola IO, Sanni SA and Oyawoye O. (2015).Nutrient intake and Nutritional
Status of the Aged in low income areas of South west Nigeria.Jn of Aging Research and Clinical
Practice. 4:1: 65-72

9OlusolaFunmilayoSotunde, SilifatAjoke Sanni, OluseyeOlusegun Onabanjo,
Ibiyemi O.Olayiwola, MureAgbonlahor (2014). A retrospective study of the health profile of
neonates of mothers with anemia in pregnancy and pregnancy induced hypertension in Lagos,
Nigeria. Journal of Public Health in AfricaVol 5, No 2 DOI: 10.4081/jphia.2014.286

10Deji,SA.,I. O. Olayiwola and G. T. Fadupin 2014.Assessment of nutritional
status of a group of hypertensive patients attendingtertiary healthcare facilities in
Nigeria.The East African Medical Jn.19:3:99-112

11AfolabiWAO, Olayiwola, IO., Sanni SA., and Oyawole 2014. Nutrient intake
and Nutritional Status of Aged in low Income Areas of Southwest. Journal of
Aging Research and Clinical Practice 4:1:66- 72.

12Olayiwola, I. O., Fadupin, G. T., Agbato, S. O. and Soyewo, D. O. (2013): Serum Cholesterol,
Dietary Pattern and Fiber of a Group of Elderly Yoruba in Ibadan Nigeria. Journal of food and
Nutritional Disorder. 2(3); 1-5: Published bySciTechnolhttp://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2324-
9323.1000115. USA.

13Olayiwola, I. O., Fadupin, G. T. and Agbato, S. O. (2013): Lipid Profile
and nutritional Status of a Group of Yoruba Elderly in Ibadan Nigeria.
Nigeria Journal of Nutritional Sciences. 34 (1); 73-79. Published by Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

14Olayiwola, I. O.,Olarewaju C.A.,Adelekan, D. A. and Arigbede M.
(2013):Demographic Characteristics and Dietary Pattern of the Elderly in Ondo
State, Nigeria. BritishJournal of Medicine&MedicalResearch.3 (4); 2173-2188. Delhi.

15Olayiwola, I. O.,Afolabi, W. A. O., Tijani, A. and Eniolorunda, T.( 2013):
Educational Attainment Functional Capacity and Disability in Elderly: The Situation
in Nigeria.International Journal of Educational Research. 1(5)1-10.Published by
Contemporary Research Centre. (CRC) Australia

16Olayiwola, I. O. andDeji, S. A.(2013): Health seeking behaviour of a group of
Elderly in Ile Ife.Journal of Community Medicine and Health Education 3:5:DOI. Available online
at http:www.omics/ Published by OMICS USA.

17.Olayiwola, I. O.,Akinhanmi, J. and, Onabanjo, O. O. (2013): Health and Nutritional Status of
Retirees Residence in Abeokuta, Nigeria.International Journal of Food and Nutritional Sciences.
2(3) 1-6. http://.www.ijfans. Published by International Institute of Food And Nutritional Sciences.
India.

18.Phorbee, O. O., Olayiwola, I. O. andSanni, S. A. (2013): Bioavailability of Beta Carotene in
Traditional Fermented, Roasted Granules, Gari from Bio- Fortified Cassava Roots.Food and
Nutrition Sciences, 4, 1247-254. (http://www.scirp.org/journal/fns) Published by Scientific
Research U.S.A.

19.Olayiwola, I. O., Olarewaju, C. A., Adelekan, D. A., Arigbede, M. and Afolabi W. A. O.
(2013): Body Ailments Dietary Pattern and Nutritional Status of Elderly in Ondo State,
Nigeria.International Journal of Tropical Disease and Health.3:4365-377. India.

20 Olayiwola, I. O., Oganah, B. C., Ojo, T. G. and Akande, T. O. (2013): Knowledge of Population
Ageing and Elderly Nutrition among Undergraduates in a Nigeria University. International
Journal of Education and Research , 1 (8) 1-12.www.ijern.com.Pub.Contemporary Research
Centre.(CRC) Australia.

21.Olayiwola, I. O. Okhiria, A. O., Omoniyi, S. A, and Akinlade, A. R. (2013). Indigenous Food
Consumption Pattern in Southwest Nigeria.Journal of Hospitality Tourism and Home
management. 4:158-168.Published by Nigeria Association of Hospitality Tourism and Home
Management.

22.Olayiwola, I. O., Akinfenwa, V. O., Oguntonna, C. R. B, Sanni, S. A., Onabanjo, O. O. and Afolabi,
W. A. O. (2013). Phytonutrient, Antioxidant and Mineral composition of some wild fruits in
Southwest Nigeria. Nigeria food Journal. 31 (2) 33- 40 Published by NIFST.

23 Rotimi, S. O, Olayiwola, I. O.,Ademuyiwa, O. and Adamson, I. (2013): Improvement of diabetic
dyslipemia by legumes in experimental rats. African Journal of Agriculture, Nutrition and
Development.13(2); 7607-7623.Pub.African Scholarly Science Communication Trust.Kenya
24 Olayiwola, I. O., Folaranmi. F., Adebowale, A. A., Onabanjo, O. O.,Sanni, S. A., and Afolabi, W. A.
O. (2013): Chemical Mineral composition and sensory acceptability of cocoyam-based recipes
enriched with cowpeas flour. Journal of Food Science and Nutrition 1(3);228-234. Published by
Wiley. USA

25Idowu, M. A., Omoniyi, S. A., Henshaw, F. O. and Olayiwola, I. O. (2013): Sensory Acceptability of
Partially Defatted Dikanut (Irvingiagabonensis) Flour in “Ogbono” Soup.Journal of Culinary
Science & Technology 11(4) ; 3346-355. Published by Taylor & Francis. UK.

26 .Afolabi, W. A. O.,Towobola, S. K., Oguntona, C. R. B. and Olayiwola, I. O. (2013): Pattern of fast
foods consumption to nutrient intake of Nigerian University students.International Journal of
Educational Research. 1(5);1-10. Contemporary Research Centre. (CRC) Australia.

27.Senbanjo, I. O., Olayiwola, I. O., Afolabi, W. A. O. and Comfort, O. (2013): Maternal and child
under- nutrition in rural and urban communities of Lagos state, Nigeria: the relationship and
risk factors. BMC Research Notes6:286 doi:10.1186/1756-0500. Published by BioMed
Central.http:www.biomedcentral .com/1756.

28 Tijani, W. D., Olayiwola, I. O. and Oladeji, M. O. (2013):Exclusive Breastfeeding of babies with
Low Birth Weight as a Correlate of Child Survival strategies in the University College Hospital,
Ibadan, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Research. 1:7: Online
http/:www.ijern.com Published by Contemporary Research Centre. (CRC) Australia.

29Olayiwola, I. O., Oganah, B. C.,Oguntona, C. R. B., Popoola, A. R., Sanni, S. A. and Sam-Wobo,
S. O. (2012): Status of Aflatoxin and Anti Nutrient Content of some Standardized Maize-Based
Dishes and Snacks Consumed in Nigeria. Discourse Journal of Agric and Food Science. 1(5)9
18. Published by Institute of Information Resources.Available online at
http:/www.resjournals.org/JAFS. Nigeria.

30Olayiwola, I. O., Fadupin, G. T., Agbato, S. O. and Soyewo, D. O. (2012): Serum Micronutrient
Status and Nutrient Intake of Elderly Yoruba people in Slum of Ibadan, Nigeria. Public Health
Nutrition.17:02:455-461. DOI:017/http://journalcambridge.org/action. Published by
Cambridge.Uk.

31Olayiwola, I. O., Tijani, A., Oguntona, T., Oguntona, C. R. B. and Omisakin F. I. (2012): Female Civil
Servants Micronutrient Status Hematocrit Level and Health Implication in Southwest Nigeria
International Journal of Health and Nutrition 3(2); 6-11. Published by Academy Journals. Turkey.

32Rotimi, O. A, Olayiwola, I. O., Ademuyiwa, O. and E. A. Balogun (2012): Effects of Fibre-Enriched
Diets on Tissue Lipid Profiles of msg Obese Rats Food and Chemical Toxicology 50:11:4062
4067.Published by Elsevier.USA.

33 Olayiwola, I. O., Oganah, B. C.,Oguntona, C. R. B., Popoola, A. R., Sanni, S. A., Onabanjo, O. O.,
Afolabi, W. A. O. and Sam-Wobo, S. O. (2012):Consumption Pattern of Maize Based Dishes in
Four Agro-Ecological Zones of Nigeria.Journal of Agricultural Science and Environment.12 (2) 45-
61.Published by Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.

34Olayiwola, I. O. and Okhiria, A. O. ( 2012):Evaluation of Iron, Zinc, Sodium and Phytate Content
of some Indigenous Foods onsumed in Southwest Nigeria. International Journal of Nutrition and
food Science2; (10)available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2155-9600 . Published by Omics
– Life Science USA.

35Fadupin, G. T. and Olayiwola, I. O. (2011): Prevalence of Obesity among Adult Hypertensive
Patients Attending the Lagos State Hospital, Ikeja South West Nigeria.Nigeria Journal of
Nutritional Sciences. 32(1);38-44 Published by Nutrition Society of Nigeria.
35Bello, T. K., Olayiwola, I. O. and Agbon, C. O. (2011):Nutrient Intake and Health Status of
HIV/AIDS Patient.Nutrition and Food Science Journal.41(5); 352-357.Published by Emeralds, UK.

36 Bello, T. K, Olayiwola, I. O., Agbon, C. O. and Sokoya, G. O. (2010).Assessment of Body Mass
Index and Socio-Demographic Status Of the People Living with HIV/AIDS in Abeokuta. Nigeria.
Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences.31(2); 11-15. Published by the Nutrition Society of
Nigeria.

37Rotimi, S. O., Olayiwola, I. O., Ademuyiwa, O. and Adamson, I. (2010): Inability of Legumes to
Reverse Diabetic Induced Neuropathy in Rats despite Improvement in Blood Glucose and
Antioxidant Status.Journal of Medicinal Foods 13 (1); 163–69 Published by Korean Society of
Food Science and Nutrition.

38 Olayiwola, I. O., Fadupin, G. T. and Mafimidiwo, O. (2010): Nutritional Assessment of the
Institutionalised Elderly in Nigeria: A case study of an Old People’s Home in Yaba Lagos, Nigeria.
Middle East Journal of Age and Aging. 7(1); DOI available on line at
http:www.mejaa/site/mod.Open. Pub.Middle East Longevity Institute.Tripoli Lebanon.

39 Abubakar, H. N., Olayiwola, I. O., Sanni, S. A. and Idowu, M. A. (2010): Chemical Composition of
Sweet Potato (Ipomeabatatas Lam) Dishes as Consumed in Kwara State Nigeria.International
food Research Journal.17(4);11-16http://www.ifrj.upm.edu.Published by Elsevier. USA.

40 Olayiwola,I. O. and Kolawole, A. O. (2008): Food Consumption Pattern and Energy Expenditure
of Commercial Bus Drivers in the Abeokuta Metropolis. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences.
29 (2);1-8. Published by Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

41Kusimo, O. O., Henshaw, F. O., Olayiwola, I. O. and Idowu, M. O. (2008): Chemical composition
of Rice Cowpea flour blends and Sensory Attributes of Steamed Product. Nigerian Journal of
Nutritional Sciences.29 (2); 45- 54 Published by Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

42 Sanni, S. A. Adebowale, A. A., Olayiwola, I. O. and B. Maziya-Dixon (2008): Chemical composition
and Pasting Properties of Iron Fortified Maize Flour. International Journal of Food Agricultural
and Environment. 6(3&4); 172- 175.Published by WFL. Finland.

43Onabanjo, O. O., Maziya-Dixon, B., Oguntona, C. R. B. Olayiwola, I. O., Oguntona, E. B. and
Dixon, A. G. O. (2008):Iron Bioavailability and Utilization in Rats fed Cassava-Based
Complementary Diets.International Journal of Food Agriculture and Environment.6(3&4); 210
214.Published by WFL. Finland.

44 Onabanjo, O. O., C. R. B. Oguntona, B. Maziya-Dixon and I. O.Olayiwola (2008): Nutritional
Evaluation of Four Optimized Cassava-Based Complementary foods.African Journal of Food
Science: 2:136-142. Published by African Scholarly Science Communication Trust. Kenya.

45 Olayiwola, I. O. (2008): Diet, Health and Socioeconomic status of Yoruba Elderly in Southwest
Nigeria. Journal of Nutrition. 2:112-117.Published by Bentham Science.com.UAE.

46 Badmus, B. A., Oguntona, C. R. B. Olayiwola, I. O. and Afolabi, W. A. O. (2007): Nutritional Status
and Perceived Health of Quaranic Schools Pupil in JalingoTaraba State, Nigeria. Nigeria Journal
of Nutritional Sciences. 28 (2);114-120. Published by Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

47 Olayiwola, I. O. (2007): Nutritional Assessment of some Elderly Farmers in Rural Areas of Ogun
State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture.ASSET.Series B. 6 (2); 1- 10. Published by
UNAAB.

48 Olayiwola, I. O. and Bandipo, M. S. (2006): Nutrition and Child care Practices -The Situation in
Nigeria. West African Journal of Nursing. 17(1); 21-27. Published by West Africa College of
Nursing, Lagos.

49Olayiwola I. O. and Ketiku, A. O. (2006): Sociodemographic and Nutritional Assessment of the
Elderly Yorubas in Nigeria.Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition.15(1); 95-101. Published by
National Health Research Institute (NHRI) Australia.

50 Olayiwola, I. O., Olusanya, E. O and Ketiku, A. O. (2004): Nutritional Vulnerability, Food Habit and
Anthropometric Indices of the Elderly in South west of Nigeria.West Africa Journal of Food and
Nutrition.7 (1); 46-52. Published by Food Basket Foundation International, Nigeria.

51Aboaba, I. O., Olusanya, E. O. and Ketiku, A. O. (2003): Environmental health
and Nutritional Status of the Elderly in Ogun state, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional
Sciences.24: 1 – 3. Published by Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

52Aboaba, I. O. (2000): Targeting Nigeria Women for Income Generation in the
context of Household Economy and Nutritional status. Journal of Home Economics Research.
3:63-69. Published by Nigeria Home Economic Association.

53Aboaba, I. O., Oyeleke F. O. and Edegbai, B. (1999): Breast feeding and Cultural Practices of
Weaning among Mothers in Abeokuta South Local Government Area of Ogun State.African
Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology.1(1);5-7Published by Department of Health Education,
University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

54 Aboaba, I. O. (1997): The Impact of Maternal Education on Child’s Nutritional Status in Nigeria.
Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences. 18. (2); 42-46. Published by Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

55Aboaba, I. O. and Ketiku, A.O. (1993): Calcium, Magnesium and Oxalic acid of Some Nigerian
Foods and Beverages.Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences.14(1&2); 45-48. Published by
Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

Paper already accepted for publication:

56Olayiwola, I. O. and Fadupin, G. T. Elderly Coping Strategy for Food Security in Ogun State
Nigeria. Africa Journal of Biomedical Research.Published by University of Ibadan.

Articles in Referred Conference Proceedings/Book of Abstracts
(Note: Olayiwola is nee Aboaba)

57 Olayemi M and Olayiwola I. O. 2021. Assessment of Vitamin D intake and Inflammatory
Biomarker in Elderly Inpatients of State Hospital Ijaiye, Abeokuta.Book of abstract and
conference proceedings of the Annual general meeting and scientific conference of nutrition
society of Nigeria 2021, held in Enugu, Nigeria,

58 Olayiwola I. O ,Agoro A.A and John E.P 2020: Comparative Study on the Proximate
composition of Indigenous Sweet Potato and Orange Fleshed SweetPotato (IpomoeaBatatas) in
Abeokuta Metropolis. Book of abstract and conference proceedings of the Annual general
meeting and scientific conference of nutrition society of Nigeria 2020, held in Kaduna,

59Olayiwola I. O, Adedokun V. M and John E. P 2020
Proximate Composition and Acceptability of Cookies madefrom Tiger Nut Flour
(cyperusesculentus).Book of abstract and conference proceedings at theAnnual general
meetingand scientific conference of nutrition society of Nigeria 2020, held in Kaduna,

60John EP, Olayiwola IO, Onabanjo OO and Eni-Olorunda T. (2019).Association between Nutritional
status and Presence of metabolic sysdrome among health workers in two selected local
governmentareas of Ogun state Nigeria. Proceedings of the 49th Nutrition Society of Nigeria
Conference held at Nigeria Airforce, Abuja Sept 6-9 2019. Ed.

61Akinlotan J.V, Olayiwola I.O,Ladokun A. O. and Sanni S.A 2016.Selected mineral content
ofcomposite cocoyam flour substituted with plantain . Proceedings of the1st international conference
on food science and human ecology and Selamat held at the International Conference center Funaab.
21-24th Nov, 2016.

62 Odukoya K.S., Olayiwola I.O., Sanni S.A., Sobukola O.P. and Omoniyi S.A. 2016. Proximate and
energy composition of laboratory prepared selected indigenous soups/dishes consumed
in rural communities of south west nigeria . Proceedings of the1st international conference on
food science and human ecology and Selamat held at the International Conference center
Funaab.21-24th Nov, 2016.

63Afolabi W.A.O; Akinbule O.O; Sanni S.A; Onabanjo O.O; Olayiwola I.O; Oladoyinbo C.A; Bolajoko
O.O; Ogundipe G.T and Durosinmi O.J 2016. ontribution and consumption pattern of cassava and its
products among under five and school children in funaab mandate communities. Proceedings of the1st
International conference on food science and human ecology and Selamat held at the
International Conference center Funaab. 21-24th Nov, 2016.

64Oluseye O Onabanjo, Ibiyemi O Olayiwola, Wasiu AO Afolabi,Silifat A Sanni, Oladoyinbo C
Adebukola, OlufunkeAkinbule, Bolajoko, O. Opeyemi. 2016. Prevalence of malnutrition and
intestinal parasites in primary school children in Siun and Ofada, Ogun state, Nigeria. Proceedings
of the1st international conference on food science and human ecology and Selamat held at the
International Conference center Funaab. 21-24th Nov, 2016.

65 Utman-Akinhanmi Y.O, Olayiwola IO.Adelekan DA., et al 2015.
Monosodium L. glutamate composition of meat based fast foods and
digestibility of its protein in rats. Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference of Institute of
Dietetic in Nigeria.(IDN). Babcock University Ilishan, Ogun state. 10- 12th November 2015 Ed.

66Afolabi WAO, AkhemonkhanOV.,Olayiwola, IO., Sanni SA., andO.Oyawoye(2013)
Malnutrition among children with cerebral palsy in selected hospitals in southwest, Nigeria.
Proceedings of the 42 Annual Conference and Scientific Meeting of Nutrition Society of Nigeria
(NSN).Calabar 3-7 September 2013. Ed.

67Olayiwola, I. O.,Adedeji, S., Adesina, O., Adekunbi, A., Ademosu, T. and Adesokan, T. (2012):
Food Security and Nutritional Vulnerability of a group of elderly in Ile Ife, Nigeria. Appraisal
Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference and Scientific Meeting of Nutrition Society of
Nigeria(NSN). Folake Samuel and Henrietta, N. Enebong (Eds).43-48. Published by NSN.

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