'Recovering with T3' is widely recognised as being the best guide for using the T3 thyroid hormone safely and effectively.
T3 (Liothyronine) is sometimes known by a brandname e.g. Cytomel, Cynomel, Thybon, Tertroxin, Liothyronin etc.
T3 is the synthetic version of the thyroid hormone triiodothyronine, which is the biologically active thyroid hormone, converted in the body from the relatively inactive T4 (Thyroxine).
In most countries, the standard treatment for hypothyroidism is T4 (Levothyroxine or Synthroid) or, perhaps, natural desiccated thyroid (NDT) or a mixture of T4/T3. However, some people never get well on these treatments, even though their lab tests appear ‘normal’. In the 'Recovering with T3' book, I explain why this is the case and why T3-Only treatment may be the solution.
In my own case T4, NDT and T4/T3 never made me well or improved my symptoms. I eventually got well using T3-Only therapy!
It took me several years to learn how to use T3 thyroid hormone replacement properly and safely.
This learning has gone into the book and is what makes it so special.
'Recovering with T3' is an invaluable resource if this is the route that you need to take. Thousands of thyroid patients have bought the book and have used it to regain their health, like I did. It explains everything you would need to know about T3, including a safe and effective protocol to arrive at a dosage that works for you and relieves your symptoms.
‘Recovering with T3’ also includes information about the optional protocol which I created in order to raise cortisol. A more detailed explanation of this method can be found in the companion book 'The CT3M Handbook'. However, 'Recovering with T3' should always be read first.
The book has a foreword by Dr. John C. Lowe, who was an amazing thyroid researcher and clinician for many years and one of the world's foremost experts on T3 and its use.
Recovering with T3' is essential reading for thyroid patients seeking background knowledge and very practical guidance on the use of the T3 thyroid hormone during their quest to recover from hypothyroidism.
The Updated Edition 2018 is a significant revision of the book, but the original protocol for T3 use has not changed. The Updated Edition 2018 brings the book up to date with new research.
It is available from all Internet booksellers, including Amazon. If you intend to buy the book, please make sure it is the Updated Edition 2018 that you get.