Tag: CME

Low Carb Houston

Low Carb Houston

Thank you for making Low Carb Houston 2019 a success!  It is our sincere hope that the event enriched your life and will educate and motivate you to enact healthy lifestyle changes.  Building upon the success of the 2018 and 2019 event, the conference directors and committee are already planning for an even larger event in 2020.  Information regarding the 2020 conference will be released on the conference website and social media as it becomes available.  See you in October 2020!  

Ketogenic Metabolic Therapies – Future Prevention &Treatment of NCD

The 2nd International Keto Live Conference in Switzerland – the 5-day event is certified with 86 CME Credits for doctors and 18 International Points for Dietitians and Nutritionists, plus 20 BANT-CPD Hours.
Each day is dedicated to one of the major NCD themes – Heart & CVD, Cancer, Diabetes & NeuroPsyicartic and Neurodegenerative diseases and their connection to Insulin Resistance.
Again Keto Live Project invited Scientists, Doctors and Dietitians to lecture and discuss the power of food and Ketogenic Metabolic Therapies as a powerful medical tool in the fight against Non-Communicable Diseases.
All Keto Coffebreaks, Lunches and Dinners are included in the Conference fee.
Follow the science join us in Bergün – Switzerland.

Low Carb Denver 2020

Low Carb Denver 2020

We invite you to Low Carb Denver 2020. This is now our fifth year and growth continues! We are adding many new speakers along with some of the regulars, bringing you fresh and interesting topics, poster presentations, Q&A sessions and our famous Five Minutes of Fame session.

The conference is open to all including the general public, health, nutrition and fitness enthusiasts, the scientific community, policymakers and healthcare professionals. Our content continues to address the latest science, research, evidence, clinical and practical approaches. Another great opportunity to learn, meet distinguished guests, network, socialize and enjoy!

For healthcare professionals, application for CME credit will be filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. If you are a non-physician healthcare professional we understand that many organizations accept AAFP prescribed credit/AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™. Please check with your organization regarding educational credit. Our content continues to address the latest science, research, evidence and clinical approaches. In previous years 18 to 20 hours of CME credit have been approved with an average of 30 scientific sessions.

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.