ThyroMate is another natural alternative for Thyroid Support. Some people have compared it to Synthroid, the favorite go-to synthetic thyroid hormone solution for those with thyroid problems. However, we can not personally make this claim, since we are not as familiar with Synthroid. The makers of this all-natural supplement did a really good job putting together a solution of ingredients from high quality sources that does everything a thyroid support supplement should do – and more.
The ingredients chosen are a good combination of amino acids, minerals, herbs, and vitamins. The full list of ingredients are: ashwagandha, bladderwrack, cayenne pepper, copper, iodine, iron, l-tyrosine, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum, schisandra, selenium, vitamin b-12, and zinc. All of these ingredients have a hand in improving energy levels, and supporting a healthy metabolism and thyroid functionality. These ingredients are well documented to produce a positive results.
We were really impressed by ThyroMate’s formula page. Not only do they list every ingredient that goes into ThyroMate, but also the purpose of the ingredient as well. If you click the image, you will get scientific information about how the herb or vitamin works, and even a link to the study! Usually companies will make vague references to scientific studies that have been published in non peer-reviewed journals, but they rarely tell you where you can find these studies. ThyroMate uses accurate citations and even links to the study if its available online. Every ingredient within ThyroMate is truly there for a reason.
However, since ThyroMate decided to use a proprietary blend, they do not list the exact amount of each ingredient of their herbs. This is usually done so other companies will not simply steal the formula, but nevertheless it results in less transparency and thus our review team deducted 0.5 points from the formula category, since the product itself is still effective nevertheless.
ThryoMate has, without doubt, the best practices out of all the products we have reviewed thus far. ThryoMate is made in the USA, has only natural ingredients, and contains no artificial coloring, or preservatives. Wow! Even their bottles are 100% recyclable!
Furthermore, we were also impressed by ThyroMate’s website. There are absolutely no gimmicky marketing terms or unsupported statements. Companies in this market often use large amounts of graphs and stock images to dazzle customers to purchase their product, usually based on nothing but pseudo-science, so it was a nice to see a company like ThyroMate take the high road when conducting business.
ThyroMate also has an iron-clad 100% money back guarantee. One ThyroMate bottle lasts for 30 days, but instead you get 60 days to try the product and get all of your money back if you don’t like it! That’s right, all of your money back. None of that “restocking fee” on your bottle order; you get all of your money back period.
We find a lot of times that a company tries to make its thyroid supplement into a ‘superformula‘ of sorts containing all the possible nutrients and vitamins that one might need. This in theory, sounds like a very good idea, but when you consider the fact that an average capsule is only 750mg, it’s clear to see that companies should not try to jam everything inside. With increased ingredients, the amount of potency per ingredient decreases. That’s why we don’t really like supplements with 50 ingredients blended into a “proprietary” mix.
ThryoMate does not fail in this respect. With only 14 ingredients, we find that their formula is one of the better ones that allows maximum potency without any losses in necessary thyroid-enhancing nutrients. It seems as if ThyroMate excels not only in the inclusion of high quality ingredients, but also in ensuring maximum potency, and a mixture that allows these ingredients to work seamlessly with each other. To top that off, their blend is un-harsh – a quality that is rare in most products.
Research has shown that ingredients in this blend may naturally help with increased energy levels, feeling less groggy, sleeping better, and improved look of skin. ThyroMate got our first perfect score in the effectiveness category!
ThyroMate’s prices start at $29.99 for a single bottle. However, instead of charging the same price for each bottle, ThyroMate’s prices decrease if you buy more than one bottle at once. Buying two bottles at once is $44.99 and getting three bottles is $59.99. Two bottles seems to be the most popular purchase among consumers, though the triple bottle deal is by far the best in terms of value.
One of our reviewers docked ThyroMate half a point in this category, because she felt the starting price of ThryoMate, $29.99, was a bit too high for Thyroid supplements and could be lowered, although it was noted that the value is there when two and three bottles are bought.
As far as we were concerned, there really weren’t any issues with ThyroMate. None of the people with us noted any side effects. That, in itself, should give it the highest rating it completely deserves. However, if we’re listing problems for the sake of listing problems, the only issue would probably be that it is not as well-known as others like, NOW Foods’ Thyroid Energy. It’s sad that some products are more well-known simply because of their more expensive marketing and advertising budget. However, after looking at the ingredients, experimenting, and testing, and when put side by side, the consensus unanimously gave ThyroMate a higher rating. We’ve never had a thyroid supplement that had this many green checks that it was hard to see the scorecard under all that green. It rightly deserves the score it received, and with that, our highest recommendation.
I learned about thyromate through this website but still had questions about the ingrediants. I emailed them and John was very helpful and answered in detail. I purchased it and I am happy with the results
Thanks for such detailed info. I’ve yet to try either product, but if I did buy any, Thyromate would be my choice.
Can you take Thyromate if you are currently taking synthroid?
Not sure. Some sources say that Synthroid can affect absorption of vitamins and minerals, so it might not be as effective. Other experts say that it may help to combine them. I believe the best option would be to check with your physician.
I too take Synthroid only I take the generic , but I was hoping to find something better. I don’t have time to compare all the ingredance right now, but I will. Thing is, my insurance pays for it.
I haven’t tried this product yet, but if I decide to I will let you in detail how it works for me.
I take levothyroixe 100mg , and have a very high t4 and a Very low TSH but I think I have problem converting t4 into t3 , will this help raise my T3
Everyone’s situation is different. Thyromate seems to work the best from what we have seen. But of course, it might not be right for you. We think it’s at least worth a shot, though.
Okay so here is: ‘thyroid supplement reviews.com’
Then at the bottom… “None of the statements made on this website have been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration” I SAY GOOD!
The government should but the hill out and let doctors treat their patients and let people try different alternatives and see what works best for ‘them’ … Every person is different. What works for one may not work for another. I am trying them all…you know kind of like looking for the best fit in jeans; husbands etc.
I listen to my own body that I live in every single day and I really don’t want the Food and Drug Administration micro managing my life or telling my doctor how they are allowed or not allowed to treat their patients.
I am allergic to shellfish and the FAQs stated there was shellfish in these tablets. I did not see any listed on the ingredients. Is shellfish in these tablets and how much?
I think it’s the iodine and kelp that’s in there.
I was taking Nature Throid for about 3-4 months and felt amazing! I have hypothyroidism and am low in T3. There’s a nationwide shortage with Nature Throid and haven’t been able to find a medication as good as that. I tried Armour Throid, which made me feel nauseous, then levothyroxine but that’s more for people who need T4. Would this be a good medication to try until the nationwide shortage (hopefully) is fixed? I am desperate to find something!
I wish ibwould have found this before I purchased the other brand without the addional iodine.. That I had to purchase separately.. I’m trying this as a new supplement. Thyroid disorder runs in my father’s side of the family.. And although every time I have bloodwork done at the Dr I’m just barely out of range to be considered having “thyroid issues” I continue to have most symptoms of low thyroid. After using my initial purchase I would love to try this brand to see the difference how I look and feel between the two..
I have been clawing my way through all information for Thyroid problems which i believe i have – but my tests all came back with normal range – my symptoms have absolutely most of the what is listed – tired.aching joints. can not control my weight even though i am a very healthy eater – dry skin – hair thinning – brittle nails – very low energy. A lot of these symptoms have came on slowly over the last 10 years… I am wanting to buy Thyro Mate but you do not seem to do International postage as i live in New Zealand…
does this product help with weight loss
Can you purchase this in the uk?
I haven’t been able to find any reviews from people who have actually used this product. Do you know where I can find some? I would just feel better if I knew that people had tried the product.
what about the t4 and t3 . pAre they in there, and how much of each in the two morning pills?
Can this be taken if you have an overactive thyroid ?
How long should you take thyromate?
I, too. am wanting to see comments from people who have actually used this product. I have it and am trying to decide if I am taking it right. I am on meds for diabetes (low dose) and statins for small stroke I had. So I can’t take 2 first thing in the morning. And my body always reacts to things I take more than most people so I only take one at a time to begin with for anything I try. I have cysts on my thyroid and have ultrasound every six months to keep an eye on them. I am 81 but don’t feel like it most of the time.
Can this be taken on empty stomach?
Is it safe to take having Hashimotos?
I am wondering the same thing.