Low Carb Breckenridge 2017


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Low Carb Breckenridge 2017 

Following on from the great Low Carb Vail 2016 meeting, Dr Jeff Gerber (Denver’s Diet Doctor) and Dr Rod Tayler (Low Carb Down Under) are organising a Low Carb conference in Breckenridge. Colorado.

When: Friday, 24th February at 7:00am (MST) to Sunday, 26th February at 5:00 PM (MST)

Where: The Village Hotel 535 South Park Avenue Breckenridge, CO 80424

Cost: $250 full three days, $150 Saturday only (limited availability)

Everyone’s invited: For healthcare professionals, the cost includes CME.

Online Live Stream: $20 to watch full three days (included for attendees)


Presentations:
 

  • Dr Jason Fung – “A New Paradigm of Insulin Resistance”

  • Dr Ron Rosedale – “Protein Intake, Cancer and Aging”

  • Dr Mark Berger – “Low-Carb Radiology: Enhancing Your Image”

  • Dr Dawn Lemanne – “Carbohydrate Restriction in Cancer Therapy”

  • Dr Jake Kushner – “Medical nutrition therapy for people with type 1 diabetes: fact versus fiction”

  • Dr Amy Savagian – “Ketogenic Nutrition in Functional Medicine”

  • Erynn Kay – “Does Fiber Make You Fat? – The Gut’s Effect on Weight and Metabolism”

  • Ivor Cummins – “The Pathways of Insulin Resistance, and Relevance to Chronic Disease”

  • Dr Zoe Harcombe – “Should dietary fat guidelines have been introduced ?”

  • Dr Zoe Harcombe – “HPCSA vs. Professor Noakes: A bird’s eye view”

  • Dr Ted Naiman – “Hyperinsulinemia”

  • Jimmy Moore – “The Patient’s Perspective on Fasting”

  • Dr David Unwin  “The Glycaemic Index: Helping patients with Type 2 Diabetes”

  • Dr Mike Eades – “Does Fat Really Burn in the Flame of Carbohydrate?”

  • Dr Andreas Eenfeldt – “The Food Revolution”

  • Ryan Turner – “Real Food Cooking”

  • Michel Lundell – “To Assess Ketosis by Blood or Breath Testing?”

  • Maria Emmerich  “Ketogenic Cooking”

  • Sam Feltham – “Creating Change In Public Health”

  • Dr Mark Cucuzella – “Can you Run 50 miles in Sandals and on Bacon and Eggs- Metabolic Flexibility for Athletic Performance”

  • Antonio Martinez – “The Legal, Political, and Public Health Policy Challenges and Opportunities of Low Carb”

  • Dr Peter Ballerstedt – “Ruminant Reality: Diet, Human Health and the Environment”

  • Dr. Eric Westman – “Clinical Experience Using LCHF: Case Examples and Tailoring”

  • Dr. Nicolai Worm – “Nutrition Therapy of Non-Alcoholic Liver Disease – The Most Convincing Argument for Low-Carb Eating”

  • Jamie Caporosso – “Keto Paleo advantages for Athletes and Chasing Ketones”

  • Charlotte Summers – “The Low-Carb Program: 150,000 anecdotes”

  • Darryl Edwards – “The Case for Physical Activity”

  • Dr. Benjamin Bikman – “Insulin vs. Ketones: the battle for brown fat”

  • Dr. Tommy Wood – “The way to man’s heart is through the stomach”

  • Beatrice Lunday – “Tackling brain cancer – A Personal Journey”

  • David Feldmen – “The Dynamic Influence of a High Fat Diet on cholesterol variability”

  • Laura Laslow – “A Four Month Online Very Low Carbohydrate, Ketogenic Diet and Lifestyle Intervention Study”

  • Dr Gary Fettke – “Model of Inflammation”

  • Dr Jeff Gerber – “Cholesterol OMG!”

  • Dr Rod Tayler – “Fine Tuning LCHF for Optimal Health”


Plus Q and A Sessions