JAKARTA
INDONESIA INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE for LIFE SCIENCES 
APRIL 6th-7th 2019
 
First in Asia

Indonesia will be the first

in Asia establishing

an International

Low Carb Conference,

placing the first step in

raising a Global Awareness

Speakers

Some well-known Low Carb medical practitioners and dietitians from Indonesia,

USA and Australia,

will reveal the knowledge about Low Carb and break the myths behind its Lifestyle

Attendees

Targeted specifically to all medical practitioners,

dietitians and nutritionists and other medical workers

so they can get

a brand new enlightened

perspective about the true basic science behind Low Carb Lifestyle

ARCHIVED EVENTS

(Seminar, Thematic, Symposium, Roadshow)

 

Sharing Knowledge

For Free

"Help Others to Help Yourself"

With no obligations to gain any interests whatsoever, the knowledge of Low Carb Lifestyle has been widely spread across Indonesia through seminars, roadshows, gatherings, etc.

To reveal and unlock the truth about the human's primal metabolism

for survival in the Globesity exposure

From 2016 until now, the Knowledge has been spreading exponentially in the list below..

Date
Province
City
Event
Theme
Location
02/02/2019
Aceh
Banda Aceh
Seminar
Be Healthy with Keto-Fastosis - Tubuhmu adalah Dokter Terbaik
19/01/2019
Jawa Timur
Malang
Thematic
Keto-Fastosis Melawan Diabetes
09/12/2018
Bali
Denpasar
Seminar
The New Lifestyle with Low Carbohydrate and Less Sugar Beyond Your Imagination
02/12/2018
Banten
Cilegon
Roadshow
Bugar? Cantik? Bonus Langsing? Bisa dengan Keto-Fastosis - Mengenal Autophagy Lebih Dalam
25/11/2018
Jabodetabek
Bekasi
Seminar
Sehat dengan Keto-Fastosis, Cermat dengan Nutrition Fact
18/11/2018
DIY Yogyakarta
Yogyakarta
Thematic
Bugar Seksualitas ala Keto-Fastosis, Hubungan Resistansi Insulin dengan In-Fertilitas dan Keharmonisan Rumah Tangga
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FUTURE EVENTS

 
Road to Low Carb

March 16th 2019

When we enlighten the true power of Fasting, as our main approach to restrict our calorie intakes, and understand its high correlations with religion views and nutritionist opinions