This is a short blog post to let you know of a subtle but important change in the way my books appear.
The Thyroid Patient’s Manual, Recovering with T3 and The CT3M Handbook are effectively part of a series of books – the Recovering from Hypothyroidism series.
The Thyroid Patient’s Manual is effectively the first book in the series and is the best all-around thyroid book to read to give a solid grounding in the new paradigm for thyroid treatment. It will help many thyroid patients understand whether they have undiagnosed thyroid issues and help those who are disappointed that their treatment appears not to be working. This book covers all the main thyroid hormone treatments and how to use them in practice as well as a host of other important and relevant information. It has a Chapter on using each of the main thyroid treatments: T4, natural desiccated thyroid (NDT), T4/T3 and T3-Only.
Recovering with T3 is the second book in the Recovering from Hypothyroidism series. It is essential for those who ultimately neerd to use T3 (Liothyronine) only or mostly in order to get well.
The CT3M Handbook is the third in the series and it provides additional information, over what is already in Recovering with T3, on the Circadian T3 Method (CT3M). CT3M is a protocol that can help someone improve cortisol levels, which are frequently low in thyroid patients.
Here is a Youtube video that explains the rationale behind all of this: