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Works or Hoax? Forza Raspberry K2 diet supplements

Updated on April 10, 2015

Supplement facts

600mg raspberry extract, 600mg caffeine, 300mg resveratrol, 180ug vitamin k2 (MK-7)

I have been in and out of the trend with dieting pills for a while now and none of them had any real effect on my weight loss, however after scavenging the internet one bored night i came across an article about Raspberry K2 supplements. Like any other advertisement or review it had reasons on why you should be using it followed by all the success stories. They had me fooled, i am not going to lie. I went straight into my local superdrug store and bought a bottle of these ASAP as i was just starting my weight loss journey and any help that i could get i would take, even if it was in the shape of a capsule. So off i go back home all jolly and feeling confident this is going to work some kind of miracle. (As you do)

Next day, as instructed i took two capsules in a morning with a full bottle of water and strut my stuff to the gym like i was high on some kind of drug, or high on raspberry extract what's the difference right? I get into the gym with my personal trainer and i work out like a beast, i am rowing and treading all kinds of exercising to work off as much fat with these pills as possible. I took another capsule in the afternoon as instructed with half bottle of water

About a month had passed by and i was really excited to see if these "miracle pills" had done anything for me and my flabby body. To my greatest regret they did nothing, Nothing had changed and i felt no different. I can say the only thing Raspberry K2 supplements gave me was slight heart palpitations. I was pretty disappointed because they cost me £13.20, not because they didn't work go figure, However in the economy we live in today scams are everywhere made to make you real in the money for the retailers. Sure scams work but did they ever think maybe not scamming would work? That maybe, just maybe by an honest product that actually works would get recommended around the world faster and because so many people want to benefit from the product the prices could go up? Word gets out on scams and this is what i am doing today, finally shedding some light on the fact raspberry extract and one poxy little vitamin with a side dish or 50 of caffeine isn't going to burn off pounds faster, it is just going to give you more energy so that you burn of the same amount if you had minimum energy. Reviews on this product have been varied from "this pill burns off my fat, i lose extra pounds using this product than when i don't use it" the typical line to get you thinking it is a must have in your daily diet.

In other reviews these pills did nothing but cause hell for people, from heart palpitations to throwing up, these little capsules come with a bunch of side effects that is not mentioned anywhere on the product website. I have taken some reviews of this product off Amazon to prove my case and by the looks of things this product might be more for men than women. Do you dare try one of these death capsules?

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