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Poster Presentations

We are Now Accepting Poster Presentation Abstracts. Thanks for your interest in presenting a poster. We are looking for topics related to health, diet and lifestyle. We would prefer presentations that are evidence based and comply with CME requirements. If accepted, your presentation may be included in the application for healthcare professional CME credits based on the content. Typical poster size is 36H”x48W”. Complimentary registration for accepted presentations. We will be in contact after receiving your abstract.

Poster Presenters and Topics

  • Stephen Hussey, MS, DC - Can a Ketogenic Diet and Lifestyle Directly Prevent Heart Attacks?
  • 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
  • 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