BMR Complex Review

Editor's Review: 3.1 / 5.0

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BMR Complex is marketed as a weight loss supplement that helps to support normal thyroid function. This supplement is made and marketed by the Tyler Encapsulations Company. BMR Complex can be used by both men and women of almost all fitness levels. Users should diet and exercise along with this weight loss product for maximum results.

List of Ingredients

Iodine (from kelp source laminaria digitata), Zinc (as zinc picolinate), Copper (as copper chelate), Thyroid (freeze dried, bovine), L-Tyrosine USP, Blue Flag Root (iris versicolor), Microcrystalline Cellulose, and Gelatin.

Product Features

BMR Complex contains the ingredient L-Tyrosine, an amino acid that may help to create neurotransmitters that are needed to regulate emotions. It may also aid the brain in producing epinephrine, L-Dopa, norepinephrine, and dopamine. L-Tyrosine may also help to enhance the libido, increase energy, and calm the body. It may also be useful for those who are suffering from Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and dementia. BMR Complex also includes the ingredient copper which can help to relieve the pain from arthritis and it also is a major player in the formation of hemoglobin which is what carries oxygen in the blood. It is also responsible for the production of melanin in the body. The ingredient Zinc is necessary for a human’s sense of smell and taste, fertilization, growth, and development. It is also needed to help maintain a healthy immune system and to promote the healing of wounds. Zinc may also be helpful in shortening the length of the common cold when taken in time.

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  • BMR Complex may be helpful to those suffering from thyroid issues that inhibit them from controlling their weight.
  • This supplement contains L-Tyrosine which may help to increase energy and is an amino acid.


  • This product is not FDA approved.
  • Does not contain any known fat burners or appetite suppressors.


There is no absolute evidence to prove that this product will work for everyone. Users will need to assess their health and fitness goals and decide if using BMR Complex is right for them.

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2 User Reviews About BMR Complex
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  • 1
    Petra Wall

    I am taking two capsules a day for hypothyroidism (6 weeks), along with .088 mg of Synthroid as I have for about 18 years to help compensate for low T3 levels and encourage wht loss. So far no weight loss despite 30-60 minutes of moderate exercise daily. My main concern is taking the synthroid and the BMR. Is there an optimum amount of each? I don’t want to overdose by taking both, but the Synthroid doesn’t seem to cover it all.


  • 2
    Amanda lanigan

    I get nauseous every morning that I take BMR complex. I take it between meals. What can I do?


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