Give Yourself the Gift of Learning in 2006

December 30, 2005 at 4:38 pm Leave a comment

Until midnight tomorrow the registration fees for the upcoming 2006 NMS Scientific Sessions: Nutritional & Metabolic Aspects of Carbohydrate Restriction remain discounted for early-bird registration.

It’s not too late to register to attend and learn about the compelling research that shows carbohydrate restriction is supported by scientific evidence as an option for those with many metabolic disorders including diabetes, metabolic syndrome, PCOs and obesity.

While traditional conferences of this type tend to be exclusively attended by those within the research and medical communities, this one is also open to the public and industry! I strongly encourage those of you who are interested in controlled-carb nutrition to consider attending. There will be many presentations that are going to be easily understood by those who are not doctors or academic researchers and plenty of folks on-hand to answer any questions you may have!

The registration includes all conference materials, an attendee welcome bag, your breakfast and lunch each day, snacks and a one-year membership in the Nutrition & Metabolism Society. The conference is in Brooklyn, New York – Janaury 20-22, 2006 and the hotel is even offering a discounted room rate!

If you have the time and the budget, this is one conference you want to attend! Register today so you don’t miss the discounted early-bird registration!


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