Upcoming Webinar:

Cardiometabolic Risk Management:
A Functional and Lifestyle Approach

Thomas G. Guilliams, PhD


Insulin resistance and related metabolic disorders drive much of the current burden of cardiovascular disease, especially where Westernized lifestyle patterns are practiced. The relationship between these overlapping pathologies has resulted in the term “cardiometabolic” risk or disease. And while lifestyle behaviors are at the root of at least 75% of the risk for these diseases, most clinical interventions look past these causes for another solution, most often a pharmaceutical option.

Those advocating for change in these priorities are frustrated by this paradox, though little is likely to change if health care providers are disproportionately educated in the benefits of pharmaceuticals and invasive rescue interventions, while the evidence for lifestyle and nutrient therapies are rarely touched upon and often only in an incomplete or negative light.

Join Dr. Thomas G. Guilliams for an upcoming webinar, where he will discuss:

  • The gap between the epidemiological reality and the clinical reality of cardiometabolic diseases
  • How to leverage current laboratory assessment to predict cardiometabolic outcomes
  • The latest research on targeted nutrients and treatment options aimed to reduce cardiometabolic biomarkers and risk



Thomas G. Guilliams, PhD

Dr. Guilliams earned his doctorate from the Medical College of Wisconsin (Milwaukee) where he studied molecular immunology in the Microbiology Department. Since 1996, he has spent his time studying the mechanisms and actions of natural-based therapies, and is an expert in the therapeutic uses of nutritional supplements.

As the Vice President of Scientific Affairs for Ortho Molecular Products, he has developed a wide array of products and programs which allow clinicians to use nutritional supplements and lifestyle interventions as safe, evidence-based and effective tools for a variety of patients. Tom teaches at the University of Wisconsin-School of Pharmacy, where he holds an appointment as a Clinical Instructor; at the University of Minnesota School of Pharmacy and is a faculty member of the Fellowship in Anti-aging Regenerative and Functional Medicine. He lives outside of Stevens Point, Wisconsin with his wife and children.

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