Paul Robinson’s Thyroid Books – Now Available in Hardback, Paperback & Kindle

The Recovering from Hypothyroidism series consists of 3 books:

The Thyroid Patient’s Manual – covers the diagnosis of hypothyroidism, various treatments & a huge number of important and related issues.

Recovering with T3 – covers the safe & effective use of the T3 thyroid hormone.

The CT3M Handbook – covers how to correct low cortisol levels using T3.

The books are some of the best and most practical books written about the the diagnosis and treatment of hypothyroidism. They are now available in multiple formats – paperbacks, hardbacks and Kindle (an E-Book which can only be purchased from Amazon).

The hardback and paperback versions are available on most online bookstores, e.g. Amazon. If you can’t find one of the books on your usual online bookstore then do try another online retailer in your country. On Amazon, the Kindle option is also available.

All of the books have undergone extensive revision over the past few years and even within the last 12 months. Often, I have not communicated these changes as they have not significantly affected the core of the books. Nevertheless, a great many changes have been made and all the up to text is now in the currently available hardback, paperback and Kindle formats. The hardbacks are in the same format size as the paperbacks and they do look extremely good.

More information about each book can be found on my website:

The Thyroid Patient’s Manual

Recovering with T3

The CT3M Handbook

Information on the Kindle (E-Book) Versions:

If you still are not sure about which of the books will help you the most then there is even more information in these three blog posts:

I hope that you find one or more of the books and the formats ideal for you.

Best wishes, Paul

Paul Robinson

Paul Robinson is a British author and thyroid patient advocate. The focus of his books and work is on helping patients recover from hypothyroidism. Paul has accumulated a wealth of knowledge on thyroid and adrenal dysfunction and their treatment. His three books cover all of this.

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