Low Carb Denver 2019
Following on from the success of the previous winter conferences
Dr Jeff Gerber (Denver’s Diet Doctor) and Dr Rod Tayler (Low Carb Down Under)
are organising another Low Carb conference in Denver, Colorado.
WHEN: Thursday, March 7th at 6:00pm (MST) to
Sunday, March 10th at 5:00 PM (MST)
WHERE: Marriott Gaylord Rockies,
6700 North Gaylord Rockies Boulevard,
Aurora, Colorado 80019 USA
REGISTRATION COST: $390 ($300 Early Bird, ends Dec 1st) includes live stream
ONLINE LIVE STREAM: $60 (available for purchase starting Jan. 2019)
VENDORS: Please enquire
The most up to date information on the schedule and hotel booking see Jeff Gerber’s website HERE
Note, the hotel has now given us a much larger conference space, so we are offering tickets again.
Note, you can purchase Livestream for the meeting. There is no limit to Livestream registration.
We invite you to Low Carb Denver 2019. This is now our fourth year and growth continues! We have added many new speakers along with some of the regulars, bringing you fresh and interesting topics. Hashtags: #LCD19 #LowCarbDenver #LowCarbConferences
The conference is open to all including the general public, health, nutrition and fitness enthusiasts, the scientific community and healthcare professionals. Another great opportunity to learn, network, meet distinguished guests, socialize and enjoy!
For healthcare professionals we will be applying for CME credit with the American Academy of Family Physicians. AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. Due to CME requirements our content continues to address the science and evidence. In previous years 15 to 20 hours of CME credit have been approved.
Confirmed speakers and provisional topics:
- Gary Taubes – “The Qualities of Calories: lessons from the front line of LCHF clinical practice”
- David Ludwig, MD – “The Carbohydrate-Insulin Model of Obesity: From Metabolism to Management of Type 1 Diabetes”
- Dariush Mozaffarian, DrPh, MPH, MD, BS – “A history of nutrition science: Implications for current research, dietary guidelines and food policy”
- Gary Taubes • Dariush Mozaffarian • Ivor Cummins (moderator) – Panel discussion: “Epidemiology, Metabolic Chambers and the Real World”
- David Unwin, MD – “Choosing Our Low Carb Battles”
- Jen Unwin, BSc, MSc, DPsy, FBPsS – “Behavior change ‘in a nutshell’ “
- Ben Bikman, PhD – “The Metabolic Advantage”
- Jason Fung, MD • Nadia Pateguana, ND – “Polycystic Ovary Syndrome”
- Nina Teicholz – “The US Dietary Guidelines – Why They Matter”
- Brett Scher, MD – “Cardiology Reimagined: How We Can Reverse the Rise of Chronic Disease”
- John Schoonbee, MD – “Saving Lives and Healthcare Dollars”
- Mike Eades, MD – “TBD”
- Zoë Harcombe, PhD – “TBD”
- Jake Kushner, MD – “Low carb nutrition for type 1 diabetes, a practical guide”
- Robb Wolf – “Metabolic Flexibility and Hunger”
- Paul Mason, MD – “Cholesterol and Other Keto Myths”
- Sarah Hallberg, DO, MS – “What really is the evidence for low carb for diabetes and obesity?”
- Dawn Lemanne, MD – “The Intersection of Nutrition and Cancer with Evolution”
- Mariela Glandt, MD – “Treating type 1 & 2 Diabetes with LCHF/KETO: an Endocrinology Perspective”
- Andreas Eenfeldt, MD – “Maintaining weight loss and remission of diabetes: How sustainable is it?”
- Caryn Zinn, PhD – “Practical Intermittent Fasting Strategies”
- Lily Nichols, RD – “Is Low Carb Safe During Pregnancy?”
- Laura Saslow, PhD – “Updates from the Diet and Lifestyle Interventions study”
- Maria Emmerich – “Oxidative Priority”
- Eric Westman, MD, MHS – “LCHF updates in the Clinical Setting”
- Priyanka Wali, MD – “Insulin Resistance, Sexual Dysfunction and other Awkward Discussions”
- Dave Feldman – “Exciting New Data on Energy, Exercise, and Cholesterol”
- Ivor Cummins, BE(Chem) CEng MIEI (moderator)
- Jeffry Gerber, MD (organiser, chairperson, speaker) – “When Weight Loss Stalls”
- Rod Tayler, MD (organiser, chairperson)
David Ludwig, MD
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Zoë Harcombe, PhD
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Jake Kushner, MD
The meeting kicks off at 6pm on Thursday evening March 7, 2019 with registration and welcome drinks at the resort.
We are holding our event at the brand new Marriott Gaylord Rockies resort and convention center. Gaylord hotels have a great reputation. The new property opens December 2018 and is located minutes from Denver International Airport. Convenient location and only 5,300 feet above sea level, so the altitude should not be a big issue! We have a large and spacious conference room (Juniper Ballroom: 8,000 SF) with additional break-out space, pre-function area and a large private outdoor heated patio with mountain views. Plenty of room for vendors and mingling. Coffee, tea and water will be provided plus plenty of vendor food samples. Starbucks, grab-and-go and many other food options are available throughout the resort. Locals and out-of-town guests will definitely enjoy the experience of staying over.
Accommodation options at Marriott Gaylord Rockies.
See Denver’s Diet Doctor website for booking hotel accommodation HERE
The Gaylord Rockies features over 1,500 guest rooms including 114 well-appointed suites and over 485,000 square feet of extraordinary meeting and convention space. As a gateway to the Rockies, Gaylord Rockies offers memorable experiences to its guests with eight first-class restaurants, a luxurious spa and salon, state-of-the-art fitness center, diverse retail shops, Indoor Pool, Outdoor Lazy River, Lap Pool and picture perfect sunset views. Rustic alpine charm and exciting “open-air” activity make this Rocky Mountain Front Range retreat an adventure in itself. Access to the A Line, Denver’s new airport rail with service to the airport and downtown Denver.
Join us in the mountains after the conference.
For those of you interested in traveling to the mountains for snow sports, the after-party and continuing discussions, we are heading up to Vail on Monday, March 11 for the week following the conference. The drive is approx 2½ hours.
Coordinate your plans and chat with others on our FB Group: https://facebook.com/groups/LowCarbConferences/
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Look forward to seeing you!
Dr Jeff Gerber and Dr Rod Tayler