Low Carb Canberra 2019
A conference on Low Carb Nutrition for optimising health.
WHEN: Saturday 21st September 2019 from 9:30am to 3.30pm
WHERE: Gungahlin Lakes Golf & Community Club
Cnr Gungahlin & Gundaroo Drive,
COST: $90.00 (Concession $70.00)
Low Carb Lunch Provided!
9.30am Welcome, house keeping – Richard Morris
“How to start low carb” Jess Turton
“Evidence based keto Part 1” Dr Paul Mason
“Fats and CV disease” Dr Liz Fraser
10.30am Morning tea
“Personal story – Reversing T2DM” Richard Morris
Personal story “ I was ready to lie down and die” Jane Williams
“Modern Starvation: Consequences of Nutrient Deprivation” Jess Turton
“Chronic pain and ketogenic diets” Rowena Field
“What’s behind the backlash?” Richard Morris
Panel Discussion, Q&A
1 to 145 pm Lunch
Type 1 Special – Working Together From 1.45pm
Jess Turton “Low carb for T1DM – what the research shows”
“Diabetes, the Trip” Tara Whelan
“The Whole of Family Approach” Ash and Tracey Kimberly
What else is LCHF good for?
“Evidence based keto – Part 2” Dr Paul Mason
“Keto for migraine?” Dr Liz Fraser
“How to grow a zombie: kid’s craniofacial development” Matt Ryan
Panel – More Q&A – Growing the LCHF community
Open invitation to join us in the club venue for a cuppa
Dr Paul Mason is a Sydney sports medicine physician with years of experience with the low carb approach to treating patients with metabolic disease and arthritis. He is now a sought after speaker with an international reputation.
Richard Morris is Canberra’s very own star from 2KetoDudes and is now studying biochemistry at ANU.
Jane Williams has reversed pre-diabetes and fatty liver and is ready to tell the world how she got her life back!
Dr Liz Fraser is a Canberra GP with an interest in low-carb nutrition.
Jess Turton is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian in Sydney. Jess has researched low carb approaches for Type 1 diabetes and she understands the struggle with eating disorders.
Tracey Kimberley is the mum of 4 kids, including 14 year old Ashlee who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 11. Together they are finding a low carb path to health and sanity for the whole family.
Tara Whelan is a diabetes educator and pharmacist who happens to use low carb to manage her own T1DM.
Rowena Field is a physiotherapist who is studying nutritional ketosis as an intervention for people with chronic pain.
Matt Ryan is a respiratory physiologist working at Symmetry Dental in Canberra.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
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What’s the refund policy?
Full refunds are available until 1 day before the event.