20.50 hrs of CME for healthcare professionals were just approved by the AAFP for Low Carb Denver 2020, Medical and Nutrition Conference, March 12-15. Advancing nutritional science with evidence based content benefits everyone including the general public, healthcare and non-healthcare professionals. Please join us! Official event site: https://lowcarbconferences.com/
“This Live activity, Low Carb Denver 2020, with a beginning date of 03/13/2020, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 20.50 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.”
Nutritionists, Diabetic Educators and other healthcare professionals may use these hours for CE/CPE units. Both the talks and poster presentations are approved for CME.
About the Event:
The conference kicks off during our meet and greet on Thursday night with talks running Friday through Sunday. We also have poster presentations and many exhibitors who will be showcasing their product and services. We end Sunday afternoon with five minutes of fame, hearing more from our audience who will join us on stage. We also have a custom smart app that will make navigating through the conference using secure smart badge scanning technology a breeze. Connect with other, exhibitors, message, public chat, share contact info, view and customize your schedule, submit and view questions for Q&A.
Exhibitor and Poster Presentation slots are still available. Please submit requests on the main event site.
A special thanks to team Diet Doctor for their assistance with the Low Carb Conferences series from its inception.
Online Live Stream:
For those who cannot make it to the event, online live stream and recorded is available to purchase. The recording will be available for eight weeks following the event. Live stream is included for those attending in person and is not eligible for CME.
Speakers and Topics:
- Authur Agatston, MD – Calcium Scoring and Risk Stratification in Low Carb Population
- Gary Taubes – The Limits of Nutritional Epidemiology
- Mike Eades, MD – Paleopathology and Origins of the Low-Carb Diet
- William Yancy MD, MHS – Carbohydrate Restriction for Diabetes Clinical Trials, Clinical Experience and Clinical Guidelines
- Stephen Phinney, MD, PhD – Highly Processed Food, Inflammation, and Chronic disease
- Nina Teicholz – The Science and Politics of Red Meat in 2020
- Robert Lustig, MD – Sugar, Metabolic Syndrome, and Cancer
- Ben Bikman, PhD – Flipping the Switch: From Insulin Resistance to Diabetes
- Sarah Hallberg, MD – What is new – Diet and Metabolic Disease
- David Ludwig, MD, PhD – The Carbohydrate-Insulin Model of Obesity: A 2020 Update
- Belinda Lennerz, MD, PhD – Very Low Carbohydrate Diets for the Management of Type One Diabetes Mellitus
- Peter Brukner, MD – Guidelines and Position Statements – an International Perspective
- Georgia Ede, MD – Nutritional Psychiatry in the Real World: Case Studies, Challenges, and Clinical Pearls
- Andreas Eenfeldt, MD – How to Sustainably Lose Weight on Low Carb
- Bret Scher, MD – How Do We Evaluate Cardiac Risk with a LCHF Lifestyle
- Nadir Ali, MD – The Untold Story of APOE4
- Ivor Cummins, BE(Chem), CEng MIEI – Inside-Out or Outside-In? The Pathogenesis of Atherosclerosis
- Jay Wortman, MD – Review the Factors that Influence Patients’ Diet Choices
- Eric Berg, DC – Keto and Intermittent Fasting – Practical and Clinical tips
- Mark Cucuzzella, MD, FAAFP – Patients Heal Yourself – CGMs Made Simple
- Chris Webster, PhD Candidate – The Role of Judgement in the Interpretation of Nutrition Research
- Sean McKelvey, BSc – Therapeutic Nutrition: It’s a Team Sport
- Chris Knobbe, MD – Diseases of Civilization: Are Vegetable Oil Excesses the Unifying Mechanism?
- Sarah Huen, MD – What is a Kidney Healthy Diet? Context Matters
- Brian Lenzkes, MD • Tro Kalayjian, DO – Low Carb Clinical Pearls for Primary Care
- Lucia Aronica, PhD – The Battle of the Sexes: Is Anyone Winning at Losing Weight on a Low-Carb or Low-Fat Diet?
- Mikhaila Peterson – What to try when nothing works: The Lion Diet
- Jeffry Gerber, MD, FAAFP – The Metabolic Syndrome and other Nutritional Disorders
- Martha Tettenborn, RD – Using a Ketogenic Diet and Therapeutic Fasting to Impact on Chemotherapy Side Effects – A Case Study
- Michael Wood – What Non-Scientist Laypeople Can Do To Promote Low Carb Science
- Daniel Schulof – Carbohydrate Consumption and Chronic Disease Links in Dogs and Cats
- Madison Hayes, MS, RDN – Attitudes, Beliefs, and Practices of Registered Dietitians in Indiana Regarding Nutritional Ketosis as a Dietary Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes
- Mark Cucuzzella, MD, FAAFP – A Clinician’s Guide To Inpatient Low Carbohydrate Diets For Remission Of Type 2 Diabetes: Toward A Standard Of Care Protocol
- Mike Van Thielen, PhD – Health 4 Life: How to Regain Control of Your Health and Perform at Maximum Potential
- Zainab Saad Alghamdi, MS – Childhood obesity best practice guidelines, focus on Very Low Carbohydrate Diet
- Heather Fritz, MD – Is it lifestyle or disordered eating?
- Ben Azadi, FDN-P, TCD-P – Toxins, Obesity & Diabetes: What’s The Link?
- Eve Mayer – The Lifestyle and Emotional Healing From Intermittent Fasting
- Tyler Cartwright & Luis Villasenor, MD – The Wondrous World of Hydration
- Shebani Sethi Dalai, MD – Open Pilot Trial Protocol: Impact of a Ketogenic Diet on Metabolic and Psychiatric Health in Patients With Bipolar or Schizophrenia Illness
- Shebani Sethi Dalai, MD – Treating Binge Eating and Food Addiction Symptoms with Low-Carbohydrate Ketogenic Diets: A Case Series
- Michael F. Koerschner – Body Composition Testing – a simple measurement?
- Joan Ifland, PhD, MBA, FACN – Make the Shift from ‘Overeating’ to Food Addiction
Please visit the official event site for all the details: https://lowcarbconferences.com/