Notice: Any books purchased from Wed. May 30 through Sat. June 2 will be shipped on Monday June 4th. We are sorry for this inconvenience.
Cardiometabolic Road map coming This Spring!
Many of you have been asking us “When is the next Road map going to be ready” and we can now tell you that our target is to have it ready to ship this spring (2018). As you can imagine if you have read any of our previous Road maps, the amount of relevant information published in the cardiometabolic field is probably more than any other, and the number of lifestyle and nutrient-related remedies that have been investigated is vast. …All of which means that we are sifting through mounds of information to bring you the sort of informed, balanced and evidence-based approach that we have taken with each of our other projects (though this one is slated to be a bit larger than the previous GI book). We realize that this has taken longer than we (or you) would have liked, but in addition to the tremendous breadth of this topic (and due to the publication of the previous books), Dr. Guilliams has had additional speaking and writing requests over the past year that were unanticipated. We want to thank you for your patience and hope not to rely upon it much longer. We will let all of you know when we are ready to take pre-orders for the new book and maybe provide a sneak peak of a portion in the very near future. Stay warm, spring is just around the corner.
We have recently posted a new whitepaper that outlines our continued concern over the current use of Red Yeast Rice supplements by clinicians. As our whitepaper details, these products are not reliably effective and many are of dubious legal status. If you use or recommend RYR products, please read the entire whitepaper to see this important information
Dr. Guilliams was recently interviewed by Dr. Hoffman for his “Intelligent Medicine” podcast. Dr. Hoffman was given an early version of Dr. Guilliams’ new book “Functional Strategies for the Management of Gastrointestinal Disorders,” much of which was touched upon in this fast-paced and wide-ranging interview. You can listen to the podcast (in two segments) here: Part 1 and Part 2.
For a visual sneak peak of the book (and to take advantage of our pre-shipping sale through November 2016, check out the GI book page.
The Newest Road map- is finished and ready to ship now! For those who have been waiting, you can now order the book and get them sent to you “hot off the presses.” This 250 page volume is twice the size of each of the last two Road maps and covers basic principles of core GI function as well as specific protocol suggestions for important chronic GI conditions (IBD, IBS, SIBO, H. pylori, AAD, C. diff., Candida and more). The book will retail for $49.95, but is available this month only (November 2016) for $39.95. Remember- this includes free shipping in the United States. We also offer expedited shipping for a small additional cost and also have International Shipping options available for a reasonable rate.
You won’t be disappointed, Dr. Guilliams and his team really took this one to the next level with over 65 figures and tables, including nearly 1,500 relevant and updated references for further study.
Check out the excerpt in the Product page below.
For all those interested in purchasing our books from outside the United States, we now have added two shipping options, one for Canada and another for most everywhere else. You will see these options at the checkout portion of the shopping cart as shipping options. We have set prices only for 1 or 2 books (which are the same price). If you would like to purchase more than 2 books or have additional questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ebook versions are NOT yet available.
Our last Standard publication focusing on Nutrition and Supplementation during pregnancy is now available for download in our Resource Section. Prenatal Nutrition: The Role of Diet and Supplementation (Vol. 11 no 1). A review covering the unique dietary needs and recommendations for pregnant (or soon to be pregnant) women. This covers dietary patterns, macronutrients, vitamins, minerals, key support nutrients and even probiotic recommendations. This discussion covers basic nutrient mechanisms as well as genomic (and epigenetic) influences of nutrients. Also covered are nuances between different forms of supplemental folates, iron and vitamin B12, some of which may be of interest to the clinician making specific recommendations.
You can download your copy here: http://www.pointinstitute.org/the-standard/
Dr. Guilliams’ recent blog on multivitamins was picked up by Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal (IMCJ) – read it here.
In this radio interview with Dr. Ronald Hoffman, Dr. Thomas Guilliams offers a critique of recent studies on multivitamins, highlighting methodological flaws and bias: http://www.drhoffman.com/podcasts/channel-1/drhoffman-com-2014-01-02-123.mp3
Dr. Guilliams’ latest Technical Report reviews the evidence supporting fish oil as the standard marine-derived omega-3 fatty acid, and discusses the various product types, their bioavailability, ethyl esters vs. triglycerides, pertinent quality control issues and gives take home recommendations. Since the wide range of therapeutic uses and forms, as well as sources and delivery forms of marine-derived omega-3 fatty acids is a source of confusion for patients and clinicians alike, this Point Institute paper reviews the evidence and explains the data supporting the use of fish oil, which has become the known standard in the world of marine derived Omega 3 products. The paper discusses the various types of marine derived Omega 3 products and the considerations which should be made when selecting one. Other topics include common concerns, such as allergies to fish oil, and the difference between Krill vs. Fish oil sources. The paper also discusses the research on the bioavailability of various structures and forms such as ethyl esters vs. triglyceride, as well as the differential uses of DHA and EPA, what defines pharmaceutical grade products, quality control issues, and ends with take-home recommendations for product selection.