This schedule is subject to change.

* indicates that the session is eligible for CME credits.

Wednesday, August 25

17h00 - 19h00: Early Registration

Day 1 - Thursday, August 26

09:00

Registration / Expo

Great to visit the Expo when it is fresh and not too crowded

11:30

Doug Reynolds, MHP

Welcome Message

12:00

Brian Lenzkes, MD

The Clinical Aspects of Low Carb and Monitoring*

12:45

Q & A*

13:15

Ben Bocchicchio, PhD, MHP

The History of High Intensity Exercise: The Nuts and Bolts*

14:00

Q & A*

14:30

Peter Ballerstedt, PhD

When is 'Protein' NOT Protein?*

15:15

Q & A*

15:45

Tony Hampton, MD

Incorporating root cause analysis into your Low Carb Clinical Practice*

16:30

Q & A*

17:00

Mary Ruddick, CNC

Dysautonomia and Post Viral Syndrome, A Dietary Approach*

17:45

Q & A*

18:00

Low Carb Wine Tasting / Expo / Breakouts

19:30

Low Carb Dinner

Day 2 - Friday, August 27

06:00

Meditation / Barefoot Running Clinic with Dr. Mark Cucuzzella

07:30

Expo

08:00

Michelle Hurn, RD, LD

Restrictive Diets: Are They Bad For Eating Disorders?*

08:45

Q & A*

09:30

Dave Feldman

Major Advancements in the Lipid Energy Model - A New Way of Thinking for Fat-based Metabolism*

10:15

Q & A*

11:00

Rob Cywes, MD, PhD

Do Keto Veterans Develop Protein-Lipid Resistance?*

11:45

Q & A*

12:15

Lunch / Expo / Breakouts

13:45

Eric Westman, MD

Evidence-based vs. internet-based Keto*

14:30

Q & A*

15:15

Andrea Salcedo, DO

The Uterus as an End Organ: The Relationship Between Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Abnormal Uterine Bleeding*

16:00

Q & A*

16:45

Gary Taubes

The Biography of a Very Bad Idea: Energy Balance, Fat Shaming and the Failed Science of Obesity*

17:30

Q & A*

18:00

Low Carb Wine Tasting / Expo / Breakouts

19:30

Low Carb Dinner

Day 3 - Saturday, August 28

06:00

Meditation

07:30

Expo

08:00

Maria Emmerich

Why Humans Should Prioritize Protein - The Most Important Macro Nutrient*

08:45

Q & A*

09:30

Bret Scher, MD

Low-Carb and LDL - What's the Deal?*

10:15

Q & A*

11:00

Joan Ifland, PhD, MBA

Essential skills for recovering processed food-addicted patients*

11:45

Q & A*

12:15

Lunch / Expo / Breakouts

13:45

Arthur Agatston, MD

Diagnosing, Treating and Monitoring Metabolic Disorders in Clinical Practice*

14:30

Q & A*

15:15

Miriam Kalamian, EdM, MS, CNS

Keto for Cancer: Are you a good candidate?*

16:00

Q & A*

16:45

Gurpreet Padda, MD, MBA

Metainflammation*

17:30

Q & A*

18:00

Low Carb Wine Tasting / Expo / Breakouts

19:30

Low Carb Dinner

Day 4 - Sunday, August 29

06:00

Meditation

07:30

Expo

08:00

Mark Cucuzzella, MD, FAAFP

The Child Obesity Pandemic: The Policies Driving It and the Science and Practice to Flatten the Curve*

08:45

Q & A*

09:30

Chris Palmer, MD

The Ketogenic Diet in Neurology and Psychiatry*

10:15

Q & A*

11:00

Stephen Phinney, MD, PhD

The Realities of Sustained Nutritional Ketosis (hard) and it's Benefits for Diabetes Reversal (big)*

11:45

Q & A*

12:15

Lunch / Expo / Breakouts

13:45

Food Addiction Workshop

How to talk to patients about processed food addiction with Joan Ifland and Brian Lenzkes*

15:00

Short Break

15:15

Final Panel

Open ended Panel Discussion with Dave Feldman, Stephen Phinney, Eric Westman, Ben Bocchicchio!*

17:30

RAFFLE DRAW

17:45

Doug Reynolds

Closing

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