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T-DEX RIPP’D - Lipid Metabolising Complex

Lipid Metabolising Complex

T-DEX RIPP’D

Acetyl L-Carnitine

Infinergy ™

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MAX’S T-DEX is our next generation thermogenic formula designed to boost your metabolism and realise your body composition goals.
  • New Improved Formula
  • Supercharged with L-Carnitine and Acetyl L-Carnitine
  • Contains Infinergy ™ Caffeine Complex

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T-DEX RIPP’D - Lipid Metabolising Complex

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These little pills contain some of the best stuff to come out of the MAX’S Lab. It’s packed with potent ingredients, and gives me a real kick!

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What is Thermogenesis?

Thermogenesis is the process of producing heat in living organisms - including humans. And depending on your physical situation, your body will either be working to generate heat, or dissipate heat, which helps to keep you in thermogenic equilibrium. Many factors can influence this equilibrium, and two of the biggest are food and activity (exercise).

We all know that when we start exercising, we start to feel warmer. And usually, the harder we exercise, the warmer we feel. This is called the thermic effect of exercise. After hard exercise, this thermic effect can last for many hours, and it's a telltale sign that your metabolism is running at a higher rate, burning more calories, and slowly eating away your fat stores.

Certain nutrients are also known to increase thermogenesis. Protein is a classic example. The simple function of digesting protein (because it's quite difficult to digest relative to carbs and fat), burn quite a lot of energy. In fact, up to about 30% of the calories of protein are used up just to digest that protein!

Other nutrients are known to raise your metabolism and increase longer-term calorie burning. Food derived ingredients like caffeine, green tea extract, cayenne pepper, and many other plant compounds have long been associated with increased metabolic rate and higher calorie burn. These ingredients most often form the basis of "Thermogenic" products used to help support healthy fat processing metabolism.

The Science Behind MAX'S T-DEX RIPP’D

MAX'S T-DEX RIPP’D contains the following ingredients:

Acetyl L-Carnitine (250mg) - known as ALCAR, animal and human studies show a number of benefits including improved lipid metabolism, improved exercise performance, reduced mental fatigue, reduced muscle damage and soreness.

L-Carnitine (250mg) - Like ALCAR, L-Carnitine has a number of key benefits. One of it's key roles is helping to facilitate the transport of fatty acids into your muscle mitochondria, which helps maintain energy production during hard exercise. A number of studies in athletes have demonstrated improved performance when supplementing with L-Carnitine.

Dandelion Root Extract 6:1 (200mg) - (Taraxacum Officinale) has been studied as an anti-obesity agent. In animal studies, it has demonstrated inhibition of pancreatic lipase, the enzyme that breaks down fats for absorption.

Infinergy ™ (150mg) - This patented compound, known as Di-Caffeine Malate was developed by Creative Compounds and contains 75% Caffeine bonded to 25% malic acid (by molecular weight). Infinergy has a milder stimulatory and is longer lasting in comparison to normal caffeine. It is more easily digested and absorbed and doesn’t give many of the adverse side effects like the jitters and feelings of anxiousness.

Cocoteanol (75mg) - is a new compound that combines Cocoa flavonols containing Theobromine with Camelia Sinensis Extract (green tea). Theobromine is an alkaloid that is structurally similar to caffeine without the normal side effects of caffeine including jitters and sleeplessness. Human and animals studies have shown Theobromine can help relax the fine muscle cells surrounding blood vessel walls to lower blood pressure and increase blood flow. Green Tea Extract contains high levels of EGCG (Epigallocatechin Gallate) and the amino acid L-Theanine. EGCG has been linked in studies to significant reductions in body fat and associated cardiac benefits of weight loss.

Octopamine HCl (40mg) is a compound that functions as a neurotransmitter and is closely related to noradrenaline. It acts on the Sympathetic nervous system to initiate the “fight or flight” response - in other words, it is a strong stimulant that readies your body for immediate action, both mentally and physically, making it ideal to use pre-workout. WARNING - Octopamine HCl is prohibited in competition by WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency). Athletes who compete in events covered by WADA rules should not T-DEX RIPP'D in training or competition.

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Q. Is T-DEX RIPP'D just for bodybuilders? Not at all! T-DEX RIPP'D can be used by anyone looking to burn fat and increase energy – athlete or otherwise. The important thing to note is that the formula does contain caffeine, so if you are sensitive do not take it too close to bedtime.

Q. Can I take T-DEX RIPP'D on an empty stomach? The ingredients used in T-Dex are very potent and can cause some stomach issues if taken on an empty stomach. We always recommend taking each serve with food. This ensures an even digestion and absorption and will give you the best results.

Q. I've heard that T-DEX RIPP'D contains ingredients that are on the banned WADA List. Is that true?

Yes, that is true. T-DEX RIPP'D contains an ingredient called Octopamine which is a banned stimulant by WADA. Athletes who compete in any competition or event that falls under WADA rules should not use T-DEX RIPP'D.

When To Use
Pre Workout
Post Workout
During Workout
All Day Use
Night Time
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How To Take T-DEX RIPP’D

1 Serve Per Day

Take 1 serving (2 Capsules) per day with meals to maximise fat burning. DO NOT consume on an empty stomach. Can be taken before 30 - 60 minutes training to maximise fat burning during exercise. Avoid consuming within 4 hours of sleeping.

Who Should Take T-DEX RIPP’D

MAX’S T-DEX RIPP'D is ideal for athletes looking to increase athletic performance and building a lean muscular physique.

Key Ingredients & Nutritional Information

Key Ingredients

MAX’S Lipid Metabolising Complex

Acetyl L-Carnitine (250mg), L-Carnitine (250mg), Dandelion Root Extract 6:1 (200mg), Infinergy ™ (150mg), Cocoteanol (75mg), Octopamine HCl (40mg)

Nutritional Information

Serving Size: 2 Capsule
Servings per container: 30

Nutrition Per Serve (1115mg) Per 100g
Energy 0kJ 0kJ
Protein 0g 0g
Fat - Total 0g 0g
- Saturated 0g 0g
Carbohydrates - Total 0g 0g
- Sugars 0mg 0mg
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