T2 Xtreme is a weight loss pill that has been manufactured and marketed by SAN nutritional supply company.
This weight loss pill is distinguished from others in the diet industry because it is targeted toward bodybuilders and those who are looking for “cellophane-thin skin.”
Although we know that not everyone’s goal is to have skin that you would want to wrap your sandwich in, we thought we should investigate T2 Xtreme to see what it can offer the rest of us.
What Does T2 Xtreme Do?
According to SAN, T2 Xtreme is formulated to help you lose weight by maximizing your metabolism though the thyroid gland. They plan to do this by increasing your thyroid stimulating hormone, thus giving your thyroid a jumpstart and increasing the amount of calories your body burns.
Does It Work?
Although it might sound like an extremely scientific approach to weight loss, T2 Xtreme might not have what it takes to follow through on its approach.
Rather than giving you a dose of the thyroid stimulating hormone, or thyroxine, T2 Xtreme instead uses a chemical to stimulate more production of the hormone within your body.
This chemical is derived from beef livers and has not been proven or disproven to help stimulate the production of thyroxine.
However, if the chemical is effective, it could boost your metabolism at first, but when your body is stimulated to produce more hormones, it will eventually stop producing as much of its own.
This means that any weight loss you do see from this product will most likely taper off or diminish soon after using T2 Xtreme.
Not only are we worried that T2 Xtreme won’t be able to offer you any weight loss results, but we’re also unsure that it is even a safe product.
Despite the fact that SAN doesn’t list any official side effects of T2 Xtreme, consumers have reported high levels of lethargy associated with this product.
Although high levels of fatigue aren’t the worst side effects we’ve seen from diet pills, there are few things that can ruin a healthy eating and exercising program like being tired. All things considered, we can’t recommend T2 Xtreme.