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Low Carb Denver 2020, March 12-15 conference schedule. Everyone’s invited! We have a great line-up of speakers and interesting topics. Another great opportunity to learn, meet distinguished guests, network, socialize and enjoy! For healthcare professionals: “This Live activity, Low Carb Denver 2020, with a beginning date of 03/13/2020, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 21.00 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.” #LowCarbDenver #LCD20 #LowCarbConferences

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Thursday, March 12
 

5:00pm MDT

6:00pm MDT

 
Friday, March 13
 

7:00am MDT

7:30am MDT

8:00am MDT

8:30am MDT

9:00am MDT

9:30am MDT

10:15am MDT

10:45am MDT

11:15am MDT

12:00pm MDT

1:30pm MDT

2:00pm MDT

2:30pm MDT

3:00pm MDT

3:45pm MDT

4:15pm MDT

4:45pm MDT

 
Saturday, March 14
 

7:45am MDT

8:00am MDT

8:30am MDT

9:00am MDT

9:30am MDT

10:15am MDT

10:45am MDT

11:15am MDT

12:00pm MDT

1:30pm MDT

2:00pm MDT

2:30pm MDT

3:00pm MDT

3:45pm MDT

4:15pm MDT

4:45pm MDT

6:00pm MDT

7:00pm MDT

 
Sunday, March 15
 

7:45am MDT

8:00am MDT

8:30am MDT

9:00am MDT

9:30am MDT

10:15am MDT

10:45am MDT

11:15am MDT

12:00pm MDT

1:30pm MDT

2:30pm MDT

3:00pm MDT

Calcium Scoring and Risk Stratification in Low Carb Population (Prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomArthur Agatston, MD, FACC Carbohydrate Restriction for Diabetes Clinical Trials, Clinical Experience and Clinical Guidelines (prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomWilliam Yancy MD, MHS Flipping the Switch: From Insulin Resistance to Diabetes (Prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomBenjamin Bikman, PhD Guidelines and Position Statements - an International Perspective (prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomPeter Brukner, MD Highly Processed Food, Inflammation, and Chronic disease (prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomStephen Phinney, MD, PhD, DSc How Do We Evaluate Cardiac Risk with a LCHF Lifestyle (prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomBrett Scher, MD How to Sustainably Lose Weight on Low Carb (prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomAndreas Eenfeldt, MD Nutritional Psychiatry in the Real World: Case Studies, Challenges, and Clinical Pearls (prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomGeorgia Ede, MD Review the Factors that Influence Patients' Diet Choices (prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomJay Wortman, MD The Carbohydrate-Insulin Model of Obesity: A 2020 Update (prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomDavid Ludwig, MD, PhD The Limits of Nutritional Epidemiology (Prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomGary Taubes The Science and Politics of Red Meat in 2020 (prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomNina Teicholz Therapeutic Nutrition: It’s a Team Sport (prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomSean McKelvey, BSc Very Low Carbohydrate Diets for the Management of Type One Diabetes Mellitus (prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomBelinda Lennerz, MD, PhD What is a Kidney Healthy Diet? Context Matters (Prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomSarah Huen, MD, PhD What is new - Diet and Metabolic Disease (Prerecorded) Main Lecture Theatre - Plaza BallroomSarah Hallberg, MD