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Keto MinneFest May 2020

Fun, food and education all wrapped up in a single day!

Keto MinneFest is a festival sharing the great food that we get to enjoy on the ketogenic diet. It will also explain some of the science behind why the diet works so well for so many people.
When is Keto MinneFest 2020?

DATE: May 9, 2020
TIME: 10:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: Earle Brown Heritage Center, 6155 Earle Brown Dr., Brooklyn Center, MN 5430

Last year’s event sold out, so sign up to save your seat!

Keto MinneFest?

Imagine spending a day with dozens of other low-carbers at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center, MN!

Keto MinneFest is not a conference – it’s a festival! Conferences are for professionals; festivals are for people! Keto MinneFest is for real people who want to learn the science behind, and practical applications of, the ketogenic lifestyle as a food-based remedy for numerous “diseases of civilization.”

Keto MinneFest is a day centered around the ketogenic diet. You will learn some of the science behind the diet, learn how to make delicious low-carb food, interact with other people interested in the keto diet and take home keto samples. This event is a great opportunity to meet and network with other ketogenic people in the area. The Minnesota Ketonians Group will be available to answer any questions about the monthly meet-up group or other questions you may have to help you on your keto journey.Reserve your tickets now!

A ticket will give you access to the event at the rustic and beautiful Earle Brown Heritage Center.

A delicious ketogenic lunch will be served as well as coffee and tea.

You may reserve as many tickets as you like. We sold out last year so be sure to get in early!

Program

Ali Miller, a three time author and a nutritionist that supports the keto lifestyle, will be presenting about her Food-As Medicine philosophy. In particular she will speak on functional medicine approaches to managing metabolic disease and mood stability. She will include information about the role of the microbiome, micro-nutrient deficiency, inflammation, and up-to-date research on therapeutic ketogenic and time restricted eating approaches. She will also be giving a cooking demonstration.

Craig Emmerich graduated in Electrical Engineering and has always had a systems approach to his work. He is the author of two international best selling books, “Keto” and “The Carnivore Cookbook” . He followed his wife Maria into the nutrition field and has since dedicated his time researching and looking at nutrition and biology from a systems perspective. He also has been Carnivore for over 2 years to help with his Lyme disease and uses that experience to help others use a carnivore diet to help with chronic conditions. Craig will be speaking about the carnivore diet and reviewing the science supporting this lifestyle. He will also be hosting a VIP breakfast if you purchase the VIP tickets.

Natasha Newton, author of the flavor packed Southern Keto cookbook, will also give a cooking demonstration as well as other local individuals. You will also receive several keto samples (last year’s bag had over $100 worth of samples).