RIPPED FREAK 2.0 is a clinically backed fat-shredding supplement! RIPPED FREAK 2.0's cutting-edge formula features the clinically proven ingredient complex SINETROL, which was developed by the French company FYTEXIA and is proven to increase fat loss through a unique mechanism of action. In addition, clinical studies show that SINETROL can specifically target and enhance abdominal fat loss!What Makes RIPPED FREAK 2.0 UniqueFat-Shredding with SINETROLSINETROL is a patented blend of bioactive polyphenols selected for their benefits on fat loss. It includes naringin and hesperidin as main active compounds extracted from citrus of the Mediterranean shores (orange and grapefruit). The activity of the polyphenols in SINETROL is enhanced with natural caffeine from guarana.Grains of ParadiseGrains of paradise is also known as guinea grain and guinea pepper, and is scientifically known as Aframomum meleguata. This plant is a species of the ginger family and is native to West Africa where it has traditionally been used as a medicine to treat digestive and intestinal issues and some symptoms of diabetes.How Grains of Paradise WorksThe fat-burning effects of grains of paradise (GOP) are primarily linked to the presence of an active phenol compound called 6-paradol. Human clinical studies show that GOP increase whole-body energy expenditure through activation of brown adipose tissue (BAT). THE SCIENCESINETROL Fat-Shredding TechnologySINETROL facilitates lipolysis through the inhibition of phosphodiesterase-4 (PDE), the enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis (breakdown) of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP). Higher levels of cAMP result in an increased rate of fat breakdown and fat loss.Backed by Human Clinical Studies!Human clinical studies show that grains of paradise (Aframomum melegueta) increase whole-body energy expenditure through activation of brown adipose tissue (BAT).Increased Resting Energy ExpenditureCaffeine increases resting energy expenditure and thermogenesis through adenosine receptor blockade and inhibition of phosphodiesterase (PDE), which is why caffeine is synergistic with SINETROL.