Confused about what diet is best (Keto, Low-carb, or Plant-Based)?
Concerned about diabetes medications?
Want to avoid the risks of kidney damage?

Then this is for you!

Attend Live! Ask us questions!


Tuesday January 15

Dr. Loomis, M.D.

How To Safely Get Off Insulin
(Or get on it if you need it)

How much insulin is really needed? How much is too much? How much is too little?

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1 pm Pacific / 2 pm Mountain

3 pm Central / 4 pm Eastern

Workshop Bonus Weekend!

Block Your Calendar!
18th, 19th, 20th
Friday afternoon, Saturday, Sunday

Top experts answering your diabetes questions,
special guest Ocean Robbins and
live virtual Sunday brunch cook-along.
Stay Tuned for more details…


Monday January 7

Dr. Neal Barnard M.D.

11 am Pacific / 12 pm Mountain
1 pm Central / 2 pm Eastern

Insulin Resistance and Fats

Low Carb vs High Carb Diets, Cheese Addiction, Diabetes Research

Dr. Wes Youngberg DrPH / Jon Mc Mahon

4 pm Pacific / 5 pm Mountain
6 pm Central / 7 pm Eastern

Case Study Jon McMahon plus Q&A

From severe neuropathy and out of control diabetes to optimal blood sugar levels! What does optimal look like?

Tuesday January 8

Dr. Michael Greger M.D.

Diabetes and Research Studies

11 am Pacific / 12 pm Mountain
1 pm Central / 2 pm Eastern

Wednesday January 9

Dr. Ashwani Garg, M.D.

Learn the benefits and dangers of different diabetic medicines.

11 am Pacific / 12 pm Mountain
1 pm Central / 2 pm Eastern

Dr. Wes Youngberg DrPH

Avoiding Páncreas Burnout and Understanding the Complications of Diabetes

4 pm Pacific / 5 pm Mountain
6 pm Central / 7 pm Eastern

Thursday January 10

Brenda Davis R.D.

Keto and Paleo Diets

Exploring Keto, Paleo and Plant Based diets, risks, benefits.

11 am Pacific / 12 pm Mountain
1 pm Central / 2 pm Eastern

Martey Davey R.D.

Can you have healthy fun food?

How to make healthy food fun.

4 pm Pacific / 5 pm Mountain
6 pm Central / 7 pm Eastern

Friday January 11

Nancy Rodriguez, RN, BSN, CDE

Avoiding low blood sugar risks when adopting lifestyle changes

Learn about the risks of low blood sugar with many common diabetes medications and how to avoid them.

11 am Pacific / 12 pm Mountain
1 pm Central / 2 pm Eastern

Courtney Pool

Social and Emotional Challenges, Q&A

Overcoming cravings and emotional pulls from food

4 pm Pacific / 5 pm Mountain
6 pm Central / 7 pm Eastern

Saturday January 12

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn M.D.

Heart Disease and Diabetes, Two Peas in a pod?

11 am Pacific / 12 pm Mountain
1 pm Central / 2 pm Eastern

Sunday January 13

Dr. Wes Youngberg DrPH

Type 3 Diabetes and Dementia

How Alzheimer’s and diabetes are related to insulin resistance

11 am Pacific / 12 pm Mountain
1 pm Central / 2 pm Eastern

Wednesday January 16

Dr. Wes Youngberg, DrPH

How to create safe, mild Ketosis

Is severe carbohydrate restriction the only way to get ketones for the brain? Learn alternate methods.

1 pm Pacific / 2 pm Mountain

3 pm Central / 4 pm Eastern

Friday January 18

Brenda Davis R.D.

Are Fish, Meat, and Eggs Essential Nutrients?

Diving into the research, what are best alternatives…

4 pm Pacific / 5 pm Mountain

6 pm Central / 7 pm Eastern

Saturday January 19

Dr. Joe Raphael, DrPH, MACLP, LMFT

Why we know what we want to do, but don’t do it.

Knowing is not enough, understanding the science of how to change our behavior.

9 am Pacific / 10 am Mountain

11 am Central / 12 am Eastern

Ocean Robbins

What is the best diet for Humans?

The larger impact of our food choices

11 am Pacific / 12 pm Mountain

1 pm Central / 2 pm Eastern

Sunday January 20

Martey Davey R.D.

Cook Along Brunch – Tofu Scramble and dessert!

Join us live to cook along and enjoy a Sunday Brunch

9 am Pacific / 10 am Mountain
11 am Central / 12 pm Eastern

John Vargas Eddy

Comparing Diets, which is the best for diabetes?

Comparing Diets: Plant Based, Vegan, Vegetarian, Keto, Low Carb, Mediterranean, DASH, Atkins, Whole 30, and Paleo

2 pm Pacific / 3 pm Mountain
4 pm Central / 5 pm Eastern

Do you or someone you know have type 2 diabetes or prediabetes?

The Shattering Diabetes Myths Workshop is for you if:

You are concerned or confused about all the medications for diabetes.

You want to know how to avoid the risks of kidney damage.

You are concerned about the potential impact of your family history.

You keep hearing about the different diets like keto, low-carb, plant-based and are confused what is best.

You have family members, loved ones or friends with diabetes and you want to learn the latest breaking research on the possibilities for reversal to help them.

You or someone you know have tried a low carb or keto diet and it isn’t working and your fasting blood sugar levels keep rising.

You have had diabetes for many years and are frustrated with your current options.

You were recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and are confused or struggling with what to do next.

You have had pre-diabetes for some time, it has gotten worse and you want to make sure you avoid getting diabetes and its complications.

You have diabetes and have not yet had many of the complications that come from it such as heart disease, loss of vision, loss of limbs, renal failure, and want to make sure it does not happen to you.

Myth or Fact?

Keto Diets, best for Diabetes?
Can Diabetes be reversed?
Can Kidney damage be repaired?
Plant Based Diets, the magic wand?
Low fat? High fat?
Intermittent Fasting? 6 Meals a day? 2 Meals a day?

  • Learn how you can apply the latest science and wisdom of the experts to your situation.
  • Top experts help you understand the root cause of diabetes.
  • Nutrition and healthy-cooking tips
  • Learn your potential for reversing type 2 diabetes

Are you wondering if you have time to listen to the speakers on the Shattering Diabetes Myths Workshop?

Make time. Your life could depend on it!

FREE Online conference fits your schedule! Live session replays available, you can listen to them anytime, at night, after work, or on your commute to work.

What you will learn from the Shattering Diabetes Myths Workshop:

  • Uncover the root cause of diabetes so you know exactly what you’re up against
  • Hear why pharmaceutical medicines do not stop the progression of diabetes
  • Understand benefits and dangers of low carbohydrate diet
  • Understand how plant based diets can help and where they can go wrong for diabetes
  • Learn how you can fight diabetes and win
  • Plan the steps you can take today to start improving your health and your life!

We have carefully selected these experts to address specific questions and challenges you may be facing.


Each speaker provides a different perspective on diabetes, covering the spectrum from clinical research and patient case studies to current nutrition science and implementing lifestyle changes. Plus cooking secrets and more!


John Vargas Eddy

John Vargas, co-ounder of E4 Diabetes Solutions, medical researcher, complex systems expert, author of “The 3 Big Myths of Type 2 Diabetes”, organizer of the Diabetes Perspectives Summits.

Dr. Neal Barnard

Neal Barnard, M.D., president of Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, clinical researcher and author, principal investigator of clinical research trials on diabetes.

Brenda Davis

Brenda Davis, R.D, world renowned expert on nutrition and diabetes, ran a project in Marshall Islands that successfully proved diabetes reversal.

Jon McMahon

Jon McMahon, Producer and Host iThrive Documentary Series.

Dr. Ashwani Garg, MD

Dr. Ashwani Garg, MD., Dr. Garg is a lifestyle medicine and family physician who has researched diabetic medicines and has his own firsthand knowledge of their benefits and risks with patients

Nancy Rodriguez

Nancy Rodriguez, RN, BSN, CDE, has been a nurse for over 30 years and a board certified diabetes educator for over 20. She received recognition from the American Association of Diabetes Educators for her record of successful patient outcomes.

Courtney Pool

Courtney Pool, Nutritionist offering consultations in juice cleansing, plant-based nutrition and healing overeating. YouTuber, ebook creator.

Marty Davey

La Diva Dietitian – Marty Davey, MS, RD, LDN, registered dietitian, cooking & nutrition star. She has researched diet and lifestyle and is dedicated to bringing simple and easy steps that families and teenagers can take to improve the quality of their life.

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn

Dr. Esselstyn, MD., is the author of Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, he served as President of the American Association of Endocrine Surgeons, and organized the first National Conference on the Elimination of Coronary Artery Disease, has received numerous awards and honors and personally led clinical trials testing the power of diet to affect heart disease.

Dr. Joe Raphael, DrPH, MACLP, LMFT

Dr. Joe Raphael, DrPH, MACLP, LMFT, DrPH in Preventive Care, with post-doctoral training in Neuropsychology and publications in the field of Psychoneuroimmunology. Masters Degrees in Healthcare Administration and Clinical Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy. Clinical rotations in Cardiology, Sports Medicine, Corporate Wellness and Integrative Medicine.

Ocean Robbins

Ocean Robbins Ocean is author of Choices For Our Future: A Generation Rising For Life On Earth (1994) and of The Power of Partnership (2009), and co-author of Voices of the Food Revolution (2013). He and speaks widely, spreading a message of hope and inspiration to conferences, companies and organizations.

Dr. Michael Greger

Dr. Michael Greger, M.D., Internationally acclaimed speaker and researcher, ‘reads all the latest clinical research on nutrition and disease so you don’t have to’.

Dr. Wes Youngberg

Dr. Wes Youngberg, DrPH, M.P.H., C.N.S. Internationally recognized expert researcher on diabetes and functional medicine practitioner with proven patient case studies of diabetes reversal.

If you have type-2 diabetes it is important for you to know that your life can be better with the right information, guidance and support.


It is even possible to get on the path to reversal and avoid all the complications that come from living with diabetes.

The goal of the Shattering Diabetes Myths Workshop is to provide valuable information on the root causes that underlie many of the symptoms of diabetes and offer strategies you can adopt to stop the progression of this serious disease.