On August 16th and 17th, we had the honor of convening a remarkable group of scientists and journalists at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio to discuss recent progress in the science of low carbohydrate nutrition. This symposium was hosted by the OSU Food Innovation Center and the video recordings were sponsored by Virta Health.
Topics addressed by the 15 speakers ranged from basic molecular functions of ketones as signaling molecules and fuel to practical treatment strategies for cancer, metabolic, heart, and brain disorders. Additional presentations spanned topics from public policy and healthcare guidelines that stand in the way of adopting ketogenic treatments to the practical role of nutritional ketosis in sports across the spectrum from ultra-endurance to professional soccer.
We’ve posted lightly edited versions of these presentations below. Please enjoy!
More information on the conference is here: Emerging Science of Carbohydrate Restriction and Nutritional Ketosis – Scientific Sessions at The Ohio State University
Introductory Remarks by Dr. Ken Lee, Dr. Jeff Volek and Dr. Morley Stone
Dr. Jon Ramsey on the Ketogenic Diet and Aging
Dr. Jeff Volek and Dr. Stephen Phinney on Translating the Basic Science of Nutritional Ketosis & Keto-Adaptation
Dr. Dominic D’Agostino on KetoNutrition: From Science to Application
Dr. Sarah Hallberg on Type 2 Diabetes Reversal
Nina Teicholz on Vegetable Oils: The Untold Story and the US Dietary Guidelines
Dr. Colin Champ on the Dietary Recommendations for Cancer/Warburg Metabolism
Dr. Eugene Fine on the Consequences of Ketogenic Diets in Cancer
Dr. Angela Poff on Exploiting Cancer Metabolism with Ketosis and Hyperbaric Oxygen
Dr. Adrienne Scheck on Tumor Metabolism and the Ketogenic Diet
Parker Hyde on the KETO-CARE Trial
Dr. Stephen Cunnane on Brain Glucose and Ketone Metabolism
Dr. Eric Kossoff on the Ketogenic Diet and Seizure Management
Gary Taubes on the Quality of Calories
Dr. Tim Noakes on Sports Application and Beyond
Dr. Steven Phinney on Keto-Adaptation
Dr. Jeff Volek on Physical Performance
Dr. Brianna Stubbs on the Role of Ketone Supplements
Dr. Dawn Kernagis on Current Research Efforts
Dr. Brendan Egan on Exogenous Ketones and Athletic Performance: Past, Present and Future
Steve Tashjian on Low Carb High Fat in Soccer: A Carbohydrate Periodization Model
Dr. Peter Brukner on the Team Sports Perspective
You can also find recordings on the Food Innovation Center website.