2008 ASBP/Nutrition & Metabolism Conference Presented Compelling Evidence For Low-Carb Diets

Filed under: Events — @ April 15, 2008


The 2008 ASBP scientific meeting in Phoenix, AZ was amazing!

Sitting in a room full of bariatric physicians with lecturers who sometimes sound like they’re speaking a foreign language with all the science and medical jargon they spout off isn’t exactly the most ideal way to spend a few days away from home. But when all of the top low-carb researchers and practitioners from North America gather in one place to share their latest findings in the world of livin’ la vida low-carb, you can’t help but get super-excited about what is to come in the future of diet and health as the evidence in favor of low-carb diets continues to mount. What a weekend it was!

Sponsored by the American Society of Bariatric Physicians, the 2008 Nutrition & Metabolism Society Seminar held in Phoenix, Arizona presented the science supporting the low-carb lifestyle from the biggest names in the world of low-carb research–Phinney, Westman, Vernon, Volek, Feinman, Wortman, Tarino, and German. This year’s conference included two half-day sessions on Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning that was in my opinion even better than the one in Nashville, TN last year.

Click here for more pictures and happenings from the 2008 Western Regional American Society of Bariatric Physicians and Nutrition & Metabolism Symposium we attended in Phoenix, Arizona last week.

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