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ThyroMate is one of the most effective and strongest of all the thyroid supplements on the market today. It has the potential to offer many benefits in terms of supporting thyroid functionality, promoting a healthy metabolism, increasing energy levels, improving concentration, promoting weight loss, and enhancing mood enhancement. We have heard and read good reviews on ThyroMate.

What Is ThyroMate?

A thyroid support supplement, ThyroMate has a somewhat similar formula to other thyroid supplements out there. Of course it contains the essential amino acids, minerals and vitamins including: copper, iodine, kelp, l-tyrosine, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum, selenium, vitamin b-12, and zinc. ThyroMate also contains helpful plants and herbs that help restore an out of balance body: ashwagandha, bladderwrack, cayenne pepper, and schisandra. However, it’s rarely the ingredients in a supplement’s formula that matters, but rather the quality of the extract. You can have all the vitamins you want, but if their extracts are from low quality sources, the potency will be nil. You won’t feel anything. Fortunately, this is not the case with this supplement. ThyroMate seems to source very high quality ingredients with several great seals on their site, such as no artificial coloring and no preservatives). Its refreshing to see that ThyroMate has elected for better sources for their ingredients rather than the cheap synthetic versions others may use. I believe that you will certainly feel the difference.

ThryoMate Effects and Benefits

ThryoMate’s great formula and high potency extracts leads to a great thyroid supplement. Minerals and vitamins like Iodine, Selenium, L-Tyrosine, and Zinc are major contributors to the function of your thyroid gland, especially the creation of T3 and T4 hormones, which are important for regulating your body’s metabolism. The herbs in this mix interact with enzymatic systems to influence overall well-being and carbohydrate metabolism, and provide powerful antioxidant protection that is helpful in the treatment of autoimmune diseases.

Most users have reported feeling significant change around the third week, though for me, it was only two weeks before I woke up feeling a lot more energized. ThyroMate truly provides real results without unwanted side effects.

  • High Potency Extracts
  • Scientifically Proven Formula
  • No artificial coloring or preservatives
  • Inexpensive
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  • None so far!

ThyroMate Review and Experiences

Individuals who have taken ThyroMate often report that they also feel like it has stimulating properties. Although this could be more just because the individual is feeling better as they may have supported their Thyroid or may have resolved their issue. Fortunately, ThyroMate does not come with the same stated negative side effects possible when taking an hormone-based thyroid drug such as Armour Thyroid or Synthroid. Plus its all natural, and contains no artificial colorings, or preservatives. ThyroMate can definitely support thyroid functionality and help give your metabolism a boost to improve weight loss. Many people will use ThyroMate to help balance their mood and to help them simply feel better to go about their day. We highly recommended this product.



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Our first perfect review. ThyroMate contains high quality ingredients and a great formula. It has the potential to offer many benefits in terms of supporting thyroid functionality, promoting a healthy metabolism, increasing energy levels, improving concentration, promoting weight loss, and enhancing mood enhancement. We highly recommended this product.

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  1. Reply
    Linzee January 29, 2017 at 3:19 am

    Hi! Is this ok to take full or half does while pregnant (second/third trimester)?

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      Thyroid Advisor February 1, 2017 at 3:03 am

      Most sources seem to recommend taking supplements while pregnant, but there are some that do not. I would think there would not be an issue, but you should always ask your doctor to make sure.

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    June January 30, 2017 at 10:08 pm

    Some people with thyroid problems cannot swallow pills or capsules. We need a liquid form and it is why I am looking at Thyrobin.

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      Thyroid Advisor February 1, 2017 at 3:04 am

      Absolutely. Everyone is unique and should find what works best for them.

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    Shannon March 5, 2017 at 3:08 am

    Is this ok to take if thyroid is causing me to loose alot of weight?

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      Christina April 16, 2017 at 4:12 am

      Be careful with your thyroid. Make sure you don’t have symptoms of graves disease! Some include overactive thyroid, racing heart rate, extreme weight loss, anxiety, feeling hot all the time, and nausea when you don’t eat. Be careful. Grave’s disease hospitalized me. The thyroid is a tricky little hormone.

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        S Washington April 13, 2018 at 5:27 am

        Hello any helpful factors for graves disease….i was diagnosed this week

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      Thyroid Advisor March 7, 2017 at 6:18 pm

      I can’t imagine why it would not be, but not sure how effective it will be for you if your thyroid is causing you to lose a large amount of weight.

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    Katherine April 7, 2017 at 1:11 am

    Is this supplement a replacement for Levothyroxine and Naturethroid? Is this safe for those with Hashimotos disease?

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      Thyroid Advisor April 25, 2017 at 7:53 pm

      I don’t think any supplement can be a replacement for a drug your doctor recommended you take. Supplements are often safe on their own, but may interact with other drugs, so I would ask your doctor or the drug manufacturer first.

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        kim June 27, 2018 at 10:44 pm

        well, I would disagree with that, for years I was on 112mcgs of thyroid medicine, each year kept getting the same dose, which indicated that I still needed it. Finally I started taking a natural supplement ( 1 1/2 months ago), and just had thyroid tested. perfectly normal! first time in 20 yrs. So doctors arent always the answer!!!

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    Richard Olvera April 20, 2017 at 6:36 pm

    Is this Bioavailable?

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      Thyroid Advisor April 25, 2017 at 7:49 pm

      Not sure, but I would assume so since it works well.

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    Jo July 3, 2017 at 5:16 pm

    I just received my very first bottle and I can’t wait to see how it works! I just took my first dose an hour ago. When I was about 17 years old, I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism. However, throughout my entire adult life (I’m now 35, almost 36), every single time I have had a thyroid panel done, I have been told that it was within normal limits, so they won’t prescribe me anything like Synthroid; however, I have several symptoms that are textbook for hypothyroidism and I’m getting so sick of these doctors not listening to me and telling me that I’m fine. I work in the medical field, so I know that this happens to A LOT of people. I finally decided to do some research on natural, over-the-counter thyroid supplements and I came across Thyromate. After reading about how great it is supposed to be, I immediately ordered a bottle. I like how they offer a money back guarantee. I can’t believe how fast it came!!!! I ordered it on Friday afternoon and it was in my mailbox today (Monday)! If I see any results at all from this, supplement, I will definitely be ordering more!

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      Ash March 20, 2018 at 5:43 pm

      Hey just wondering what your results were. Can you update please?

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      Bill March 1, 2018 at 10:38 pm

      Jo, Exactly what I heard today from the Endo doctor….. Your thyroid is normal range, therefore you don’t need any meds. So, basically, the two blood tests, ultrasound of my thyroid, numerous issues including neurological is all in my head right?

      What did you think of ThyroMate?

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      Jen October 2, 2017 at 7:22 pm

      Synthroid, like other Rx meds is a synthetic – it is not really bioavailable (at least not from what I have read). Further, most meds are made from isolated constituents taken from herbs. An herb is much more effective if you use the whole herb, not pieces of it which are then added to other chemicals or whatever. I will avoid anything my doc would give me until I try natural methods. Our bodies are made to heal themselves if given the proper nutrition. My husband has gotten off of his cholesterol, most of his heart meds (still working on that) and acid reflux meds by making lifestyle changes and taking natural herbs and herbal supplements and diffusing and applying essential oils. And I have overcome severe adrenal fatigue, leaky gut, candida overgrowth, you name it.

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        Bizzybee July 17, 2018 at 3:08 pm

        Hi Jen
        What supplements did you take for your Adrenal Fatigue?

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        Cathy April 15, 2018 at 11:13 am

        Thanks Jen for sharing your story. I believe in alternative medicine and knowing you have used natural methods and gotten great results is awesome to hear!! Thanks.


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    Cynthia Lopez July 4, 2017 at 3:40 am

    Can I take with my levothyroxiine and I also had mine removed with radiation

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      Thyroid Advisor July 10, 2017 at 5:53 pm

      Hi Cynthia,

      If you had your thyroid removed, it is very unlikely any thyroid supplement will be able to help you. Thyroid hormones cannot be produced without a thyroid. If someone had their thyroid removed, they would have to take in hormones externally with medication like levothyroxine.

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    Cathy July 9, 2017 at 12:42 am

    Is there any interaction with blood pressure meds

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      Thyroid Advisor July 10, 2017 at 5:49 pm

      I have not seen anything to suggest that, but it is always a good idea to run it by your doctor as he would likely know a lot more about the situation and possible effects.

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    Deborah August 15, 2017 at 3:46 pm
    Supports Thyroid Functionality
    Improves Metabolism
    Increases Energy Levels
    Side Effects

    Can’t remember the last time I reviewed a product….. but this is something special! It has increased my energy and helped me lose weight!

    + PROS: I have more energy and lost a bit of weight
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    louis August 21, 2017 at 10:13 am
    Supports Thyroid Functionality
    Improves Metabolism
    Increases Energy Levels
    Side Effects

    Hi ,may i know thyromate suitable for overactive thyroid ?

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      Thyroid Advisor August 21, 2017 at 11:54 pm

      Hi Louis,

      In my opinion, Thyromate is most effective for an underactive thyroid – but I can see it helping those with an overactive thyroid as well. Ashwagandha in particular, which is in Thyromate along with some other herbs (some of which we talk about here), is effective at re-balancing thyroid health and hormones.

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    Juanita September 2, 2017 at 2:08 pm

    If I stop taking Levothyroxine 125mcg with its many side effects, what would
    Happen to me?

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      Thyroid Advisor September 4, 2017 at 10:47 pm

      Hi Juanita,

      Stopping thyroid medication cold turkey is usually not a good idea. I would imagine it would be unpleasant to say the least. You won’t notice the effects right away but they will eventually come.

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    Yvette September 11, 2017 at 12:44 am
    Supports Thyroid Functionality
    Improves Metabolism
    Increases Energy Levels
    Side Effects

    I had classic symptoms of hypothyroidism. However, my lab results are always negative. My Dr. stated I might have undetected hypothyroidism but she was not able to treat it because of the negative lab results. I searched for the right supplements and ordered Thyromate. I felt results within a few days. My body welcomes the balance. I like that the ingredients are natural, so I have no side effects. However, I can feel the difference if I forget to take it. It seems to work better for me to take one twice a day instead of two once a day.

    + PROS: Works fast Decreases anxiety Decreases blood pressure
    - CONS: None
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    LaTisha Mincy October 28, 2017 at 5:55 pm


    I had a parathyroid removal done last year due to hyperparathyroidism and I am still experience symptoms of extreme fatigue. Will ThyroMate also work for me? I keep seeing Hypo- and I have Hyper-.

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    Jeanette Hurst November 10, 2017 at 7:43 pm

    Can anyone talk about if this medication with Levothyroxine helped with forgetfulness, hair loss, bad skin and nails?

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    Lil November 15, 2017 at 12:55 pm

    I am hypo and am on a low dose compounded armour(45mg). I know your adrenals go hand in hand with your thyroid. I am having issues sleeping and a lot of other adrenal symptoms that I think are affecting my thyroid health. Increasing my dosage to 65mg didn’t help and made my T3 go into the abnormal range and my Tsh dropped really low, under 1., though still in the normal range and felt anxious. I went back to 45mg thinking it’s my adrenals that aren’t up to par. Would taking just ashwandha be just as good as ThyroMate? I already am taking other supplements that are in the thyromate…b12(as methylcobalamin, which is better than cyan, extra b’s, selenium etc., just don’t want to double up on the same vitamins. Thank you for your website.

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      Thyroid Advisor November 19, 2017 at 12:49 am

      Hi Lil,

      If you’re already taking the vitamins/minerals in Thyromate, like you said, it probably won’t help as much to just double up on them. I would target the one’s, such as Ashwagandha, that you are not getting. The source of the supplement matters as well, so try to find ones that are higher quality and reputable.

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    Bob November 17, 2017 at 1:17 am

    What are the ingredients in Thyromate?
    Is it safe to take it concurrently with Rx meds.?

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      Thyroid Advisor November 19, 2017 at 12:47 am

      Hi Bob,

      The ingredients and their quantities can be found on Thyromate’s website. I would not think dietary supplements would cause a problem with prescription drugs, but it might be better to ask them or your doctor.

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    Becky December 9, 2017 at 3:44 pm

    I’m hoping you can help clear up some things for me. Four years ago I was diagnosed with Hashimoto Thyrotoxicosis. I then had the radioactive iodine to ablate my thyroid. I was put on Levothyroxin and EVERY time I had labs done (approx every 6 mo), by dosage would change. Super frustrating! I finally told my doctor that I wanted to change to Armour in June of this year because I still wasn’t feeling better. I just had labs done this week: TPOaB is high, FT3 is high, FT4 is normal, and TSH is low. My endocrinologist basically told me that since I have an autoimmune disease – and there’s no cure for it – I can expect to feel bad for the remainder of my life. That’s just not acceptable!! I just came across your website and want to know if it would be ok to take Thyromate along with Armour? I am currently supplementing with D3, selenium, zink, B12, Turmeric, magnesium, CoQ10 but would like to just take one pill instead of a handful. I would appreciate your comments. Thanks!

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      Thyroid Advisor December 23, 2017 at 12:28 am

      Hi Becky,

      If you are already taking the ingredients in a supplement separately, you should be able to take it in one pill at the same time. I would think this is likely as a lot more convenient. The dosages might be different though, so be sure to check that. Hopefully it helps your thyroid condition out.

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    Sarah pieper February 23, 2018 at 1:37 am

    Can i take this with my armor thyroid medication?

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    stella Robinson April 6, 2018 at 4:01 am

    hello im hypo.i really need something speacial like this,im in so much pain, extreme hot fevers, foggy head, hot n cold, toilet problems, ect.but my health food shop says i cant take iodine and kelp, with levothyroxine. ive heard this a few times ,from different sources.?

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    DB April 13, 2018 at 3:12 pm

    If taking 90MG of Armour Thyroid, when should the ThyroMate supplement be taken?

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      Thyroid Advisor April 18, 2018 at 4:45 pm

      Hello DB,

      Questions like those are probably best asked towards the makers of ThyroMate.

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    Susan April 21, 2018 at 1:38 pm

    I was looking for the best thyroid support supplement available. After reading all your analysis of various ones, and ranking ThyroMate at the top, I went to their website and found that it “contains soy and shellfish (kelp)”, as shown on label. What could possibly be the reason to include soy? There are many reasons people need to avoid soy. Kelp is a plant that has many great health benefits, but what does shellfish have to do with kelp? They are 2 different things…why do you think it is labeled that way? I will address the makers of ThyroMate also, but was interested in your opinion. Thought these factors might diminish the favored ranking. What do you say?

    • Reply
      Thyroid Advisor April 21, 2018 at 11:20 pm

      Hi Susan,

      These are valid concerns and we asked them about this as well. I believe their reply was that a very small amount of soy (around a tenth of a milligram they said) was used in the processing of the minerals and contains even fewer, if any, soy proteins. However, that is still not acceptable for someone with a serious soy allergy, so they had to include that warning.

      As for Kelp, it is a natural aquatic product which may contain traces of fish and/or shellfish so they said they had to include that warning again for those with allergies.

      Of course, you’re welcome to ask them about these as well.

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    Cindy April 22, 2018 at 8:32 pm

    Dear Thyroid Advisor,

    Do you know if this supplement is good for shrinking thyroid nodules? According to tests my thyroid is functioning normally, and I am not on any medication. Thank you for your reply.

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    Cheryle April 23, 2018 at 8:19 pm

    I also had a parathyroidectomy! From my understanding, the thyroid and parathyroids are completely different and do completely different things in our body. I found the best source of information regarding parathyroid is parathyroid.com – they have everything you will ever need to know on their website!

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    Chandy May 17, 2018 at 3:38 pm

    Great article! I am currently on a birth control pill, will Thyromate interact at all with the effectiveness of the Pill?

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