T2 Rise

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Advanced Metabolic Fat Burning Formula

  • Increases Metabolic Rate
  • Accelerates Fat Oxidation
  • Improves Lipolysis
  • T2 Isomers Enhance Thyroid Function
  • 60 Servings



An active metabolism begins with proper thyroid function and is enhanced with adrenal stimulation. The most renowned thyroid agonists are T3 and T4, which are then able to activate multiple mechanisms of fat loss. In addition, adrenal stimulants drive even greater boosts to metabolic rate for extreme body fat loss.

  • 3,5 and 3,3 isomers of Diiodo L-Thyronine mimic thyroid activity for fully-encompassed fat loss.
  • Caffeine boosts energy and increases metabolic rate
  •  N-Phenethyl dimethylamine as a DMAA mimetic

With T2 Rise, reductions in body fat are imminent. T2 hormone-mimetics activate all natural mechanisms of fat loss – including body fat lipolysis, oxidation, and disposal. Simultaneously, caffeine and Eria Jerenisis to help boost mood.



N-Phenethyl Dimethylamine (Eria Jarensis)

N-Phenethyl Dimethylamine is another stimulant with dopaminergic effects.

  • May strongly enhance mood and euphoria
  • Boosts attention and focus


    Caffeine Anhydrous

    Caffeine is the most ubiquitous supplement in modern society; known for its ability to enhance wakefulness and energy

    • Caffeine works by stimulating the adrenal glands and releasing adrenaline
    • This enhances pain tolerance, which is the primary mechanism by which caffeine enhances endurance performance.
    • Caffeine may also enhance the mind-muscle connection by improving attention and cognition



    Theanine is a non-proteogenic amino acid that promotes relaxation and mood.

    • Combining theanine with caffeine takes the “edge” off of caffeine
    • Theanine smooths the anxiety and irritability that can be associated with caffeine
    • This enhances focus and attention



    Naringin is a bioactive polyphenol common in grapefruit and orange peel.

    • Naringin activates AMPK (adenosine monophosphate kinase) to increase thermogenesis
    • Supplementing naringin has been shown to promote weight loss


    3,5 & 3,3 Diiodo L-Thyronine

    These two thyroid mimetics are also known as T2.

    • T2 is a less potent version of the T3 thyroid hormone.
    • T2 enhances multiple avenues of fat loss
    • This includes enhanced mitochondrial function, body fat reduction, lipid metabolism, and insulin sensitivity



    Q: What is the best way to use T2 Rise?

    A: As a dietary supplement, take 1 serving (1 capsule) once per day.


    Q: Can I stack other products with T2 Rise?

    A: Yes. For a low-impact recovery product, stack T2 Rise with Rehab.



    N-Phenethyl Dimethylamine (Eria Jarensis)

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      Caffeine Anhydrous

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      3. Astorino, T. A., Terzi, M. N., Roberson, D. W., & Burnett, T. R. (2010). Effect of two doses of caffeine on muscular function during isokinetic exercise. Medicine and science in sports and exercise42(12), 2205-2210.
      4. Keijzers, G. B., De Galan, B. E., Tack, C. J., & Smits, P. (2002). Caffeine can decrease insulin sensitivity in humans. Diabetes care25(2), 364-369.
      5. Ganio, M. S., Johnson, E. C., Klau, J. F., Anderson, J. M., Casa, D. J., Maresh, C. M., ... & Armstrong, L. E. (2011). Effect of ambient temperature on caffeine ergogenicity during endurance exercise. European journal of applied physiology111(6), 1135-1146.


      1. Lu, K., Gray, M. A., Oliver, C., Liley, D. T., Harrison, B. J., Bartholomeusz, C. F., ... & Nathan, P. J. (2004). The acute effects of L‐theanine in comparison with alprazolam on anticipatory anxiety in humans. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental19(7), 457-465.
      2. Ritsner, M. S., Miodownik, C., Ratner, Y., Shleifer, T., Mar, M., Pintov, L., & Lerner, V. (2011). L-theanine relieves positive, activation, and anxiety symptoms in patients with schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder: an 8-week, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, 2-center study. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry72(1), 34.
      3. Higashiyama, A., Htay, H. H., Ozeki, M., Juneja, L. R., & Kapoor, M. P. (2011). Effects of L-theanine on attention and reaction time response. Journal of Functional Foods3(3), 171-178.
      4. Owen, G. N., Parnell, H., De Bruin, E. A., & Rycroft, J. A. (2008). The combined effects of L-theanine and caffeine on cognitive performance and mood. Nutritional neuroscience11(4), 193-198.


      1. Zygmunt, K., Faubert, B., MacNeil, J., & Tsiani, E. (2010). Naringenin, a citrus flavonoid, increases muscle cell glucose uptake via AMPK. Biochemical and biophysical research communications398(2), 178-183.
      2. Murase, T., Misawa, K., Haramizu, S., Minegishi, Y., & Hase, T. (2010). Nootkatone, a characteristic constituent of grapefruit, stimulates energy metabolism and prevents diet-induced obesity by activating AMPK. American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology.
      3. Dow, C. A., Going, S. B., Chow, H. H. S., Patil, B. S., & Thomson, C. A. (2012). The effects of daily consumption of grapefruit on body weight, lipids, and blood pressure in healthy, overweight adults. Metabolism61(7), 1026-1035.

      Diiodo L-Thyronine

      1. Hernandez, A. (2015). 3, 5-diiodo-L-thyronine (t2) in dietary supplements: what are the physiological effects?.
      2. Horst, C., Rokos, H., & Seitz, H. J. (1989). Rapid stimulation of hepatic oxygen consumption by 3, 5-di-iodo-L-thyronine. Biochemical Journal261(3), 945-950.
      3. Lanni, A., Moreno, M., Cioffi, M., & Goglia, F. (1992). Effect of 3, 3′-diiodothyronine and 3, 5-diiodothyronine on rat liver oxidative capacity. Molecular and cellular endocrinology86(3), 143-148.

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