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A foundation for resilience in a COVID world

Chronic disease is characterized by a gradual diminishing of the metabolic reserves that keep cells and tissues resilient against wear and dysfunction. Maintaining, and especially rebuilding, these reserves require that each system is working in optimal synchrony- something that cannot be accomplished without circadian co-ordination.

Over the 3 parts our expert presenters will discuss the latest research, nutritional and lifestyle-based strategies including clinical and testing protocols, to create resilience for your vulnerable patients. Presented by two highly respected experts in their fields: 

Internationally recognised nutritional supplements and lifestyle medicine expert Dr Thomas Guilliams and repected Australian nutritional biochemist and clinical nutritionist Dr Rhona Creegan.


Dr Thomas Guilliams, PhD
Nutritional Supplements Expert,
Educator & Researcher

Dr Guilliams earned his doctorate in molecular immunology from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. For the past twoo decades, he has spent his time investigating the mechanisms and actions of lifestyle and nutrient-based therapies and is an expert in the therapeutic uses of dietary supplements. Tom serves as an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin- School of Pharmacy and was the VP of Science for Ortho Molecular Products for 24 years, where he now serves as a consultant. Tom is the author of a series of teaching manuals (The Standard Road Map Series) that outline and evaluate the evidence for the principles and protocols that are fundamental to the functional and integrative medicial community. He is the founder and director of the Point Institute, an independent research and publishing organisatio, a frequent international guest-speaker, providing training to a variety of healthcare disciplines in the use of lifestyle and natural medicines.

Dr Rhona Creegan, PhD
Nutritional Biochemist,
Nutritionist & A5M Educator

Dr Rhona is a nutritional biochemist, registered nutritionist, researcher, published author and regular educator for A5M & ACAAM. She has extensive experience in clinical biochemistry, molecular genetics and nutrition. Dr Rhona has completed her Master’s degree in Nutrition Medicine and her key interests are abnormal lipid metabolism and metabolic dysfunction and key features of chronic disease and ageing.


SESSION 1: Establishing the link between COVID-19 & underlying metabolic vulnerabilities 
SESSION 2: Metabolic mechanisms linking these vulnerabilities discussing the foundational lifestyle interventions
SESSION 3: Nutritional & supplement support that can help build resilience