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Raspberry Ketones - Fast Weight Loss!

Updated on July 22, 2014
What makes these delicious juicy little red raspberries one of the most powerful natural fat burners around? Find out below!
What makes these delicious juicy little red raspberries one of the most powerful natural fat burners around? Find out below!

What are Raspberry Ketones?

What is this weight-loss phenomena known as Raspberry Ketones?

Raspberry Ketones are a natural phenolic compound (That is just a fancy way to say Chemical Compound) found in red raspberries.

In a study published in the journal of Life Sciences, scientists used Natural Raspberry Ketones (which are obtained from real red raspberries, not synthetic) to study its weight loss effects.

What the scientists found, was that that the use of Raspberry Ketones helped reverse weight gain caused by high fat & high caloric diets, by increasing the production of Adiponectin in the body. (Adiponectin is a key hormone that is involved in the breakdown process of fat cells, to convert them into energy.)

To simplify things, Raspberry Ketones help break down fat in the body, by producing more Adiponectin, and boosting your energy levels in the process. Raspberry Ketones, if taken 30 minutes before meals with one full glass of water. Will make you feel full faster, and start to break down excess fats stored throughout your body. While the Raspberry Ketones break down excess fat cells, this will increase your metabolic rate, which will give you energy to burn. With your boosted energy levels, you will also burn more calories as you will feel more energized to even do something as trivial as just moving, more motivated to exercise, to walk, to run, or even do those things that you know you need to get done, but have been procrastinating on for months now! (Like clean the garage, the lawn or the car!)

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Where can I get Raspberry Ketones?

Raspberry Ketones can be found all over the internet and throughout nutritional shops all over the country.

However, the key to picking the 'right' Raspberry Ketones is to actually check the ingredients. Manufacturers all across the world are hopping on board with this new phenomena and are creating their own version of Raspberry Ketones. The real Raspberry Ketones are 100% Pure Raspberry Ketones. Companies promoting products that contain a majority of "proprietary blend" Ketones are more likely to be fake, or mostly sugar pills in a pleasantly raspberry smelling coating, and they charge the normal going rate as most Pure Raspberry Ketones are going for. So double check the bottles before you actually make a purchase and ensure that the ingredients are actually 100% Pure Raspberry Ketones, and not the knock off version(s) that are scattered all throughout the health world.

Some companies that produce Raspberry Ketones have placed an appetite suppressant in their chemical blends. These are the exception to the stated above, due to their added attributes, these types of Raspberry Ketones are somewhat more noticeable when it comes to results, due to their ability to make you not want to eat as much, and cut down on daily caloric intake.

Try to avoid synthetic Raspberry Ketones. These Ketones, although cheaper, do not yield the same results as 100% pure Ketones.

Liquid Vs. capsule Ketones? - I can honestly say, that I've tried both. I lost more weight on the capsules than I did with the liquid.

If you see Raspberry Ketones, claiming to allow you to lose a seemingly impossible amount of weight in a short amount of time, stay away from them. They are obviously going to be the ones to that are smell-good sugar pills designed to spin a quick profit from uneducated consumers looking to lose weight.

For an effective weight loss Ketone, look for anything above 500mg per dose. These are the more potent and powerful of the Ketones. However, the lower dose are still effective, but higher doses are still higher doses, and tend to yield better results.

If you are serious about losing weight, and wanting to do it in a healthier style, Raspberry Ketones are going to be for you. Below, are some of the higher-rated and more affordable Raspberry Ketones out on the market.

Useful Tip! Using Raspberry Ketones in conjunction with a low fat, low caloric intake or low carbohydrate intake diet such as the 'Atkins Diet', the 'Military Diet', or the 'Caveman Diet' will most definitely boost results and help you lose weight fast, and keep the weight off for years to come!


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    • Mackinreviews profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Las Vegas

      @ Jenny - Good luck on your goal, Raspberry ketones work, especially with a good diet to back it up and help drive the results.

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      5 years ago

      I'm starting my raspberry Kenton to day my goal is to lose 85pounds.

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      5 years ago

      We all know the importance of raspberry ketones in providing health to the human beings. The research studies show that raspberry ketones are best in reducing the weight and now it has become the talk of the town. Thanks for the good set of information.

    • zaton profile image


      6 years ago from California

      So many raspberry ketones options..which one to choose? I've heard that a lot of Chinese companies inflate their brands with stuff that doesn't work. But then, there are also some very good raspberry ketones options that come from the Chinese mainland, too...

    • Mackinreviews profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Las Vegas

      Fresh raspberries are healthy for you, yes. But you would need to eat a LOT of them for you to receive a similar effect. The pills are concentrated and have a much higher dose. :)

    • Imogen French profile image

      Imogen French 

      6 years ago from Southwest England

      Interesting, can you get the same effect from eating fresh raspberries do you think? and how many would you need?


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