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Visit Paul Robinson’s thyroid website at https://paulrobinsonthyroid.com/

For thyroid patients: Beginner to advanced

Paul Robinson, a scientifically-minded lay clinician, has decades of experience writing about thyroid therapy and helping thyroid patients achieve individually optimal thyroid hormone levels.

His blog provides many articles on managing thyroid health. He dispels many common thyroid therapy myths.

Read more about the book on Paul Robinson’s website

For thyroid patients: Beginner to advanced

Paul Robinson’s most recent book explains how to optimize all forms of thyroid therapy using any thyroid pharmaceutical alone or in combination.

Paul also has two earlier books. One explains how to use the “circadian T3 method” (CT3M) to enhance adrenal function.

https://thyroidblog.com/en/

For thyroid patients: Beginner to advanced

Blogger Liv Stang-Lund is a psychology-trained thyroid patient (cand. psychol.) with thyroid health wisdom to share from science and everyday experience. Feast on her critical reviews and translations of articles. Multilingual: Bloggen er tospråket, norsk og engelsk.

Dr. Izabella Wentz, thyroid author and website at https://thyroidpharmacist.com/

For thyroid patients: Beginner to advanced

Izabella has three books on Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, the most common cause of hypothyroidism.

Her blog posts are also well written and well researched. A treasured resource.

Search PubMed: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/

For advanced scientific readers.

Medical journal articles are the root of all thyroid health knowledge. Science isn’t perfect, but it’s our main source of evidence. Stay grounded in facts, not just opinions and myths. Search by keyword. Alternatively, go to Google and enter your key words plus the word “ncbi” to focus your search results on articles from PubMed.

Rudolf Hoermann

For advanced scientific readers.

Rudolf Hoermann, thyroid scientist and leading endocrinologist, has contributed a revolutionary and fundamental understanding of the interactions between TSH, Free T4 and Free T3, thyroid symptoms, thyroid gland health, and the diversity of thyroid patients with all types of thyroid disease. His articles even guide endocrinologists to optimize synthetic LT4, admitting that this form of therapy is not suitable for everyone. He co-authors scientific research articles with John Midgley, Johannes Dietrich, and many others.

OrcID author profile page https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1326-4270

Frontiers in Endocrinology author page https://loop.frontiersin.org/people/244229/overview

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