The Essential How-to Guide to Symptoms, Dosage, Timing, and More
by John R. Lee, M.D. and Virginia Hopkins
Warner Books 2006 (194 pages)

A user-friendly guide by the authors of the classic bestsellers What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause and What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Premenopause, Dr. John Lee and Virginia Hopkins.



The breakthrough book on natural progesterone.
by John R. Lee, M.D. and Virginia Hopkins
Warner Books 2004 (439 Pages)

The original book on progesterone cream by John R. Lee M.D., the pioneer in the use of natural hormones, on using natural hormones, diet and exercise to treat menopause symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats and osteoporosis. Extensively revised and updated in 2004.


Balance Your Hormones and Your Life from Thirty to Fifty.
by John R. Lee, M.D., Jesse Hanley M.D. and Virginia Hopkins
Warner Books 1999 (395 pages)

Real solutions from John R. Lee, M.D. for PMS, fibroids, fibrocystic breasts, weight gain, fatigue, endometriosis, irregular or heavy periods, infertility, miscarriage, and other premenopausal hormone imbalance symptoms, in detail. He also covers the topics of stress, birth control pills, hysterectomy and cancer. Many case histories are included, and Dr. Hanley adds a new dimension to this book by addressing the emotional issues of premenopause symptoms as well as the use of herbs and nutritional supplements to treat symptoms.


How Hormone Balance Can Help Save Your Life
by John R. Lee, M.D., David Zava, Ph.D. and Virginia Hopkins.
Warner Books 2002 (410 Pages)

Another pioneering book by John R. Lee, M.D. that really gets to the bottom of why women get breast cancer and how to prevent it. It covers a wide array of topics including how HRT may trigger breast cancer, why doctors use chemo and radiation even though they don't work very well, what causes breast cancer, how to prevent it, and the remarkably preventive benefits of natural hormones-- when used properly.


What your doctor may not tell you about prostate health and natural hormone supplementation.
A booklet by John R. Lee, M.D.
Hormones Etc 2003 (28 Pages)


The long-awaited work by John R. Lee, M.D. that sheds light on how men's hormones really work, what really causes prostate cancer, and how to supplement with natural hormones safely. It's a short book but it's packed with provocative insights and useful information.

Hormone Balance for Men - Hard Copy $15.95
Hormone Balance for Men - Download PDF $13.95

by John R. Lee, M.D.
BLL Publishing 1999 (211 pages)


This updated edition of Optimal Health Guidelines is vintage Dr. Lee because it's the first book that he wrote. He originally wrote it for his students at the College of Marin, then regularly updated it with new research and information.

The book is full of great stories from Dr. Lee’s medical practice, his often wry philosophy, and eye-opening factoids. Dr. Lee also covers a wide range of medical issues in this book, including attitudes towards disease, how nutrients work in the body, and his now-famous commonsense approach towards heart disease, cancer, hormone balance, digestive problems, and many other common illnesses.

You’ll be amazed at what might really be causing your high blood pressure, arthritis, or heartburn, and how simple it may be to treat it.

The fourth edition of Optimal Health Guidelines is totally reformatted and now has a comprehensive index! This makes it an excellent resource for anyone seeking to improve their health.

PLEASE NOTE: Optimal Health Guidelines is no longer available in paperback form. It is only available as a downloadable PDF file. When you order the book, you will immediately receive an email receipt with a link to download the file.


by John R. Lee, M.D.

Written especially for doctors and other health care professionals who want the scientific details and biochemistry behind the use of natural hormones. A gift every woman should give her doctor!

BLL Publishing 1993 (104 pages)


by John R. Lee M.D.

In this booklet, Dr. Lee talks about how heart disease in women is different, and explains why your diet does not necessarily affect your cholesterol level, why cholesterol drugs often don't reduce the risk of heart disease, why you might not want to put too much weight on blood pressure and cholesterol numbers, and gives much down-to-earth advice on how to prevent and reverse heart disease.

Hormones Etc 1999 (32 pages)


by John R. Lee M.D.

How to boost memory, sharpen thinking, and improve your mood through diet, supplements and lifestyle changes.

Hormones Etc 2001 (31 pages)