Myovite is made by Myogenix, which markets mainly to the bodybuilding community and is intended to be the ultimate health supplement to promote the strength and integrity of your body. Beyond all the high-protein supplements and fat burners, you need healthy joints and a healthy digestive system, so Myovite has whipped up a massive proprietary formula to try to help with that. It sure has a ton of ingredients, but is it worth the extra money compared to a generic vitamin supplement?
- Vitamin Complex: Biotin, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Folic acid, Niacin, Vitamin B2, Vitamin E, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, Iodine, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Copper, Manganese, Chromium and Potassium
- ProEnzyme plus Probiotics Proprietary Blend (327 mg ): ProEnzyme Digestive Enzyme Blend, Protease, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase, Bacillus Coagulans/Lactic Acid Bacteria (100 to 200 million organisms per serving), Shiitake Mushroom Extract, Reishi Mushroom Extract, Maitake Mushroom, Aribinogalactin.
- Synerchi Green Food Nutrients Proprietary Blend (1521 mg): Pure Barley Grass Juice Powder, Pure Chlorella Powder (Chlorella regularis)
- CardioVascular Support Proprietary Blend (241 mg): Alpha Lipoic Acid (as Thioctic Acid), Coenzyme Q10, Grape Seed Extract, Acai Berry, Resveratrol, Garlic
- Performance Optimizers Proprietary Blend (2302 mg): Beta Alanine, Magnesium Glycyl Glutamien Chelate, Siberian Phodiola Rosea, Ashwagandha Root Extract, Natural Braziliam Guarana
- Liver Detox Proprietary Blend (511 mg): N-Acetyl L-Cysteine, Guggul Herb Extract (10% Guggulsterones), Phosphatidyl Choline, Milk Thistle Seed Extract, Dandelion Root, L-Methionine, Tumeric Root Extract, Artichoke Leaf, Burdoc Root, Yarrow Flower.
- Joint & Tissue Support Proprietary Blend (1503 mg): Opti-MSM Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (MSM), Glucosamine Sulfate KCl, Cissus Quandrangularis Extract, Chondroitin Sulfate, Bromelain
With so many ingredients in mainly proprietary blends (no specific dosage listed) it is impossible to say what the primary effects will be from taking Myovite. We can say that each proprietary blend is big enough to give you an effective dose of many of the ingredients, but not all. Most likely you will just notice that you are hitting the restroom more often to pee as it has a very large dose of diuretics. It’s a good thing too, because with a lot of excess vitamins, you’ll need to get rid of them somehow. This doesn’t technically “cleanse” your liver as claimed, it just makes you filter water through your system faster.
According to Myovite, “nutritional gaps can lead to plateaus, underperformance and fatigue, and increase the risk of injuries and poor health, all of which can be improved through supplementation.” This is a good point and many people often look to build a better body without the proper building blocks. They ask you to “add Myvite to your active, healthy lifestyle and experience what a scientifically advanced vitamin can do for you.” Scientifically advanced? Possibly, but to be frank it looks like the looked for every popular herbal supplement the could find, effective or not, and threw it in a blender.
The didn’t go through all the trouble of rounding up these ingredients for nothing. Myovite retails for $60 but generally sells for $45. That’s pretty steep, even for a “super vitamin”.
There is no satisfaction guarantee for Myovite. Given that most of the claimed benefits are hard to really quantify, it may be tough to tell whether its working or not anyway.
If you’re serious about not just weight loss, but better health, then targeting only the calories-in/calories-out balance may undermine your progress in the long run. Obviously anorexia or bulimia isn’t healthy even though you may lose weight, right? In that sense we like supplements like Myovite, but we don’t see it as being all that great in value, especially without a guarantee. It’s got a lot of good in it, but you part of the price go to expensive urine and it isn’t designed as a diet pill.