Got any plans for March 12 to 15th this year? Well, here’s an idea! Head to the mile-high city of Denver, Colorado to dive deep into low-carb living.
Hangout with some of the world’s leading low-carb experts, get inspired by attendees’ transformative changes and get motivated in your own low-carb or keto journey.
This is the fifth year for Low Carb Denver, the largest low-carb conference of its type. The three-day event features 30 top-notch speakers and hundreds of low-carb attendees.
Hear Dr. Mark Cucuzzella talk about using continuous glucose monitors to track your blood sugar, Dr. Robert Lustig on the evidence around sugar and cancer, and Dr. Arthur Agatston on cardiac calcium scores and the low-carb diet.
It’s a not-to-miss event on the annual low-carb calendar.
And, this year a whole bunch of us from Diet Doctor are going to be there, including founder Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt and medical director Dr. Bret Scher, who are also on the speakers’ list. We’d love to meet you.
Our video team will be filming all the presentations, recording podcasts with Dr. Scher, and capturing content for future video offerings.
Members of the editorial team will staff the Diet Doctor booth, including our managing editor Hillary Kaylor, our amazing low-carb dietitians Franziska Spritzler and Adele Hite, and me. (If you are a medical professional using low carb, come see me so we can get you on our map. And if we have you listed already, just drop by and say “hi”.)
Rounding out the Diet Doctor team will be five of our amazing community moderators, led by our head of community Kristie Sullivan. They are the tireless people who answer member questions and support you in your challenges and triumphs, 24/7, via our very active, members-only Diet Doctor Facebook Group.
Organized each year by Dr. Jeffry Gerber, of Denver, and Dr. Rod Tayler, of Melbourne Australia, Low Carb Denver always has provocative and fascinating guests who are sure to expand your thinking and understanding about low-carb matters.
“Our goal is to educate and empower people to take charge of their health. We always hear every year that there is nothing like meeting face-to-face with like minded people to get you truly inspired and motivated,” said Dr. Gerber. “We encourage people from all walks of life to attend. There is something for everyone.”
Medical professionals who attend can earn 21 CME credits.
Register before the end of January to get an early bird discount on the conference cost.
We hope to see you there!
Low Carb Denver 2019How to think about how to eat — Gary Taubes30:34In this presentation from the Low Carb Denver conference, the amazing Gary Taubes talks about the conflicting dietary advice we are given and what to make of it all.Cholesterol on a low-carb diet35:54Is the traditional way of thinking about cholesterol outdated – and if so, how should we view the essential molecule instead? How does it respond to different lifestyle interventions in different individuals?How to motivate your patients50:25In this presentation from Low Carb Denver 2019, Drs. David and Jen Unwin explain how physicians can finetune the art of practicing medicine with strategies from psychology to help their patients reach their goals.Insulin resistance and sexual health — Dr. Priyanka Wali23:24Is there a connection between insulin resistance and sexual health? In this presentation, Dr. Priyanka Wali presents several studies that have been made on the subject.Will a low carb diet shorten your life?30:57In this highly insightful presentation from Low Carb Denver 2019, Robb Wolf takes us through studies which can help us better understand weight loss, food addiction and health on a low-carb diet.The US dietary guidelines: why they matter29:38Is there scientific evidence behind the guidelines, or are there other factors involved?Should you be afraid of cholesterol on a low-carb diet?27:02What drives the process where good LDL turns into harmful LDL? Is it fat or carbohydrates? What is the impact of fluctuating blood-sugar levels?Weight loss and type 2 diabetes reversal on low carb – is it sustainable?31:51In this presentation, Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt goes through the scientific and anecdotal evidence, and also what clinical experience tends to show, regarding the long-term effects of low carb.“My brain was trying to kill me”02:34Carrie Brown shares how she was able to put her bipolar 2 disorder into remission with the help of a ketogenic diet and other dietary changes.How to increase your odds for healthier aging31:41What’s the biggest issue stopping us from enjoying life in older age, and what can you do to increase your odds for healthier aging?The carbohydrate-insulin model of obesity — Dr. David Ludwig37:54In this presentation from the Low Carb Denver 2019 conference, Dr. David Ludwig walks us through the latest discoveries on how weight gain and weight loss actually work in practice.A low-carb diet for T2D reversal – Dr. Sarah Hallberg34:15What is the best approach to type 2 diabetes reversal? In this presentation, Sarah takes us on a deep-dive into the matter and she puts studies and evidence under the microscope.Ketones: the metabolic advantage37:04Can ketones create a possible metabolic advantage?Cholesterol on keto27:41What happens to cholesterol levels on a keto diet? Can weight loss cause increased LDL cholesterol levels? Can resistance training lower LDL cholesterol?Building healthy athletes: from beginner to winner36:20Are athletes protected from chronic health conditions? What is the most common chronic condition in athletes? What does research on endurance-sport performance show?What about fiber on a low-carb diet?29:46What about fiber? How much do we need? What are the origins of the idea that it is good for us. What is the totality of the evidence? What are the claimed mechanisms by which fiber could be of benefit? When did all of this start?“If you do it right, this will work”36:24Keto is much more powerful than medication, when you get it right. Dr. Eric Westman has more than 20 years of experience guiding patients on a keto diet.PCOS and insulin resistance33:14What is the connection between PCOS and insulin resistance? What are the three criteria for PCOS, and why do some women develop too much testosterone? And why do women put on a low-carb diet for other reasons than infertility, have a higher pregnancy rate?Low carb or low fat for type 1 diabetes?31:17Dr. Jake Kushner on managing type 1 diabetes on a low-carb diet, and shares insights and strategies to make it simpler.How to best minimize the insulin response long term30:02Can you think of a food found in nature, that’s high in both fat and sugar? If not, perhaps our human ancestors did not eat a lot of this kind of mixed meals.Saving lives and healthcare dollars30:52In the world of life insurance, could low carb help save both lives and money?Harnessing evolution during cancer therapy30:45How can we improve our understanding of cancer and its treatment by viewing it through an evolutionary lense?EAT-Lancet’s plant-based planet30:12The EAT Lancet report suggests that we should eat no more than 7 g meat per day. Should we all adopt a plant-based diet?Start reversing type 2 diabetes right away30:58In this presentation, Mariela Glandt takes us through a deep dive into the beta cell function’s roll in getting, and reversing diabetes.
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