January 6, 2016

Talk in West Virginia!


I’m giving a talk on Thursday, January 21st at 6pm, at the Clarion Hotel in Shepherdstown. If you’re in the local area, come on out and say hello! There’s a $13.95 charge, but that covers your enjoyment of an all-you-can-eat low carb buffet. (I receive no speaking fee. Just doing this for fun and to help lots of low-carb newbies!)

The event is a meeting for a low-carb support group run by Mark Cucuzzella, MD. I reached out to Dr. Cucuzzella after hearing him on episode 1005 of Jimmy Moore’s Livin’ la Vida Low Carb Show. Listening to him talk with Jimmy, I felt like I was hearing a kindred spirit. Not only is he in the U.S. Air Force Reserve, but he’s a LCHF-fueled distance runner as well as a low-carb-friendly physician bringing the low-carb and real food message to the bigwigs who decide what recruits eat at basic training. Can you imagine the fighting force we’d have if more of these young people were eating low-carb? As if that weren’t enough to keep the guy busy, he’s also on a mission to transform the health of people in West Virginia (which has the sad distinction of being one of the most obese states in the nation).

Turns out, Dr. Cucuzzella heard me on Robb Wolf’s podcast, and had been planning to contact me as well. Go figure!

I’m told the group I’ll be addressing will be about 50/50 low-carb newbies and people who’ve already been doing it for a few months. So I’m planning to give a (funny and educational) general talk about why and how low-carb works. It'll be sort of the live version of my fuel partitioning series. (If you’ve read that, you’ll probably recognize some of my slides, hehheh.) So I probably won’t be saying anything you don’t already know, but if you’d like to come eat some yummy food, see me in person, and meet other low-carbers in your area, come join us! Plus, we’ll have a Q&A, so if you want to ask me something more advanced or off-topic from the talk, this is your chance.

See the flyer below, and if you’d like to attend, please RSVP to Melanie Miller, at melaniemillerconsulting@gmail.com.

Remember: Amy Berger, M.S., NTP, is not a physician and Tuit Nutrition, LLC, is not a medical practice. The information contained on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any medical condition and is not to be used as a substitute for the care and guidance of a physician. Links in this post and all others may direct you to amazon.com, where I will receive a small amount of the purchase price of any items you buy through my affiliate links.

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