Thyrotril, by Sterling Grant, is a diet pill that claims to be a solution to anyone’s weight problems by increasing the metabolic rate and suppressing appetite. Good things to claim, but does the ingredient profile in Thyrotril stand up to those claims? Let’s take a looksy.
Selenium - A powerful antioxidant, selenium is believed to boost the thyroid function.
L-Tyrosine – An amino acid, some believe l-tyrosine to help boost the metabolism. It has been shown to effectively help to synthesize proteins.
Guggulsterones - The jury is still as to guggulsterones ability to help boost the metabolism.
Bioperine - Has been shown to help you absorb more nutrients. A good plus for any diet pill.
The ingredient profile in Thyrotril isn’t anything extraordinary. There are a couple decent ingredients, but nothing to write home about. Judging by its ingredients, Thyrotril seems to be a run-of-the-mill type pill.
$49.99 per bottle This is quite a bit considering the ingredients aren’t anything that will likely cause much weight loss.
I didn’t see any mention of a guarantee anywhere.
Thyrotril is obviously trying to help with weight loss problems through improved performance of the thyroid. If you think you may need help with the thyroid, I would suggest seeing a doctor rather than simply taking supplements. The ingredients in Thyrotril are average, the price is a little high for what you’re getting, and the guarantee…well…there isn’t one. Look elsewhere for a quality diet pill that has proven ingredients in proven amounts. Thumbs down for thyrotril.