Myokem Thyrovate is a stimulant-free fat burning supplement that will soon be hitting the shelves. Its advertised as being able to improve weight loss by curbing appetite, boosting fat loss, improving resistance to stress, and it supposedly targets the midsection.

Let’s dive right in and see if Myokem Thyrovate is a worthy fat-blasting supplement that people should check out, or if it is forgettable and ineffective.

The Formula

Myokem Thyrovate features several ingredients in its formula, all listed with their individual ingredient amounts. No trickery and a transparent supplement label is a big plus in my book. I decided to check out some main ingredients in Thyrovate’s formula to understand better how it works.

The first ingredient in Myokem Thyrovate is Japanese mugwort. While that may sound like an interesting ingredient name, it also goes by an even longer name: artemisia iwayomogi. Artemisia iwayomogi, or Japanese mugwort, was shown to enhance fat loss during one animal study by increasing fatty acid oxidation. [1]

Another key ingredient in Myokem Thyrovate is trademarked ingredient iFAS503. The ingredients that make up this blend include tuber fleeceflower, green tea, and parasitic loranthus. iFAS503 is said to reduce appetite and help manage weight by inhibiting fatty acid synthase. [2]

Sensoril ashwagandha extract is another ingredient found in Myokem Thyrovate, and it may improve cardiorespiratory endurance in those that exercise. [3] Consequently, this ingredient may improve your workout performance for additional fat burn.

Myokem Thyrovate also features wakame, a seaweed that has been found to possibly lead to fat loss by reducing white adipose tissue weight. [4]

Bioperine is added to Myokem Thyrovate to increase ingredient absorption in an effort to maximize effects of the ingredients within this fat-burner’s formula.

The profile is impressive; it contains some well-studied ingredients that may certainly combat weight-loss on a couple different levels, especially appetite suppression and fatty acid oxidation. As far as being to target the midsection specifically, I’m not too sure Thyrovate can do that. But, I could be wrong.

Is Myokem Thyrovate Dangerous?

It’s not uncommon among weight-loss supplements to rattle off a long list of side effects, cautions, and warnings on the ingredient label and official website. However, with Myokem Thyrovate, there are no stimulants in its formula. Consequently, I don’t think you will experience any adverse effects from using it as directed. However, the label does list a disclosure saying that due to unique restrictions of many organizations, you should consult with the proper governing body before taking this or any other dietary supplement.

How to Maximize Results

To use Myokem Thyrovate, take 2 capsules in the morning and 2 capsules in the evening, both times with meals. You shouldn’t consume more than 2 servings (4 capsules) in a 24-hour period.

While some may notice weight-loss results from supplementing with Myokem Thyrovate alone for an extended period of time, there are a couple things you can do to maximize the fat burn.

Implement a regular workout schedule. This will undoubtedly help you burn calories. However, don’t just focus on running on the treadmill, pick up some weights. Building muscle makes you burn more calories at rest.

Also, be sure to make changes to your diet if necessary. Entering some sort of calorie deficit will certainly help you shed weight faster.

Final Thoughts

Myokem Thyrovate’s formula is unique, as it doesn’t rely on a ton of caffeine or other stimulants. It may certainly help people rev up their fat burn process. However, it may not work for everyone.

I’m excited to read user reviews as they become available. Based on the ingredients and research alone, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Myokem Thyrovate as a good appetite suppressant and fat burner.


[1] Cho SY, et al. “An ethanol extract of Artemisia iwayomogi activates PPARδ leading to activation of fatty acid oxidation in skeletal muscle.” PLoS One. 2012;7(3):e33815. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0033815. Epub 2012 Mar 27. Available from:

[2] iFAS503. Ingredients. Available from:

[3] Shenoy S, et al. “Effects of eight-week supplementation of Ashwagandha on cardiorespiratory endurance in elite Indian cyclists.” J Ayurveda Integr Med. 2012 Oct;3(4):209-14. doi: 10.4103/0975-9476.104444. Available from:

[4] Maeda H, et al. “Fucoxanthin from edible seaweed, undaria pinnatifida, shows antiobesity effect through UCP1 expression in white adipose tissues.” Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2005 Jul 1;332(2):392-7. Available from: