September 3, 2014
Thyrovarin contains a blend of kelp, iodine, tyrosine, niacinimide, radish, nettles, horsetail grass, gentian, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, thiamine, riboflavin, vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin B12, biotin, pantothenic acid, magnesium, zinc, selenium, copper, manganese, molybdenum, and rice flour. This looks like a glorified multivitamin. It has iodine, which is the only proven natural ingredient to have any effect on thyroid health. But this doesn’t mean much of anything if you have a real thyroid disorder. The rest of the ingredients really have nothing to do with weight loss at all.
Overall Impression of Thyrovarin:
Thyrovarin is a sub par product with no proven effect on weight loss or really anything for that matter. Interestingly enough, the manufacturer does warn “if you are currently taking prescription thyroid medication, consult your physician before using this product.” And not surprisingly, it is provided by Klein Becker, a company famous for being sued by the FTC multiple times. If you were to consult a doctor, your doctor would tell you that this product is worthless.