Why We Need Better Thyroid Treatment

Paul is an active advocate for thyroid patients through his regular blog posts, which offer a wealth of information that both relate to his books as well as current news and insights.

This category includes posts on what is wrong with current thyroid treatment practices. It will discus why so many thyroid patients remain ill, and how this should be remedied with a new paradigm of thyroid treatment.

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A Healthy Thyroid Gland Can Compensate for Poor T4 to T3 Conversion – Implications for Thyroid Treatment

Dr. Tania S. Smith of Thyroid Patients Canada has written a technically excellent article entitled Thyroid T3 Secretion Compensates for ...

The Hypothyroidism Numbers Trap: Thyroid Production of T4 and T3 and Conversion Rate of T4 to T3 is Not Fixed

This article is based on an excellent new blog post by the Canadian Thyroid Patient's group Dr. Tania S. Smith. ...

Four Definitions of Thyroid Status

Here is another interesting blog post from Dr. Tania S. Smith of Thyroid Patients Canada. In this post, Dr. Smith ...

Why Do I Still Have All the Symptoms of Hypothyroidism?

Doctors and Current Treatment Approach are Keeping Many Thyroid Patients Sick There are many reasons that some thyroid patients cannot ...

Biochemical Bigotry – Enforcing Normalised Thyroid Lab Test Results is Harmful to Health

Here is another great article about the flawed use today of thyroid laboratory tests and lab reference ranges. It talks ...

Using TSH to Manage Thyroid Treatment is a House of Cards Ready to Collapse

I recently put out a blog post that introduced an important new piece of research that shows that a suppressed ...

Don’t Take My T3 Away Video Diary

My name is Paul Robinson. I am the author of three books on the treatment of hypothyroidism: The Thyroid Patient's ...

The Thyroid Treatment Mess – YouTube Video Blog

My name is Paul Robinson. I am the author of three books on the treatment of hypothyroidism: The Thyroid Patient's ...

More Individualised Hypothyroidism Treatment is Essential – Research

There is a need for individualised requirements for the optimal treatment of hypothyroidism. There is no ‘one size fits all’ ...

How Success in Treating Thyroid Patients Should be Measured

I wrote about this in 2011, in Chapter 30 of the Recovering with T3 book. I made the point that, how endocrinologists ...