SAN T2 Xtreme Review
What You Should Know
San T2 Xtreme is one of those fat burners that aims to boost thyroid function instead of working as a classic fat burning stimulant. There are only two ingredients in this formula. The ingredients are non-stimulating, but that doesn’t mean the company believes non-stimulating supplements are more effective. As a matter of fact, the efficacy of this supplement comes into question because SAN suggests taking T2 Xtreme with two other SAN supplements – Tight! and Blaze Xtreme. Tight is a water loss supplement and Blaze Xtreme is a stimulant fat burner. If San T2 Xtreme works, why is the company telling the user to take additional weight loss and water loss supplements?
List of Ingredients
- 3, 3 Diiodo L Thyronine
- 3, 5 Diiodo L Thyronine
There are companies that include human-tested and proven ingredients and those that include animal-tested and proven ingredients. SAN T2 Xtreme contains two ingredients that have not been formally tested on humans, but there are significant studies listed on the National Institutes of Health website.
According to the animal study, 3, 3 Diiodo has no effect on thyroid stimulating hormone when taken by lab mice. This means, clinically, that is does not work as SAN claims the ingredient works. However, 3, 5 Diiodo does show promise as a thyroid stimulating hormone booster. While there are no human trials to back up how the supplement works in the human body, the animal trials are a step in the right direction, maybe.
There is no way to equate the metabolism of a mouse to that of a human. Humans are confronted with processed foods and the ability and desire to overeat. This is not an innate natural desire of the lab mouse. Also, the clinical study used mice with hypothyroidism, or an underactive thyroid. There is no proof the supplement will increase thyroid stimulating hormone in a healthy human with no thyroid problems.
- At least one of the ingredients has some positive literature backing claims.
- Ingredients are listed online.
- The ingredients have been clinically tested.
- SAN suggests dieters take a stimulant fat burner and diuretic.
- May not improve weight loss at all.
- Does not contain ingredients proven effective in humans.
San T2 Xtreme is not really extreme at all. Even SAN does not think the supplement will live up to the fat loss claims as the company suggests taking other supplements with caffeine and diuretics to boost weight loss. If this supplement is supposed to be a strong fat burner and increase thyroid function, why would a dieter need that boost of caffeine or the temporary weight loss associated with a diuretic?