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A new dietary supplement containing an extract from red raspberries is currently the hottest diet product in the U.S. — but not without controversy. Critics say the compound — called raspberry ketone — causes such a significant amount of weight loss that it runs the risk of being abused by non-dieters. Proponents argue that research shows the nutrient to be both safe and effective and that banning the natural compound would be akin to banning vitamins.

One thing people on both sides can agree on is the controversial new supplement works.

Several recent studies from Japan show that raspberry ketones — which are chemically similar to capsaicin, the heat compound from chile peppers — significantly increases fat oxidation (burning), especially the fat that builds up in the liver. In 2010, Korean researchers reported that raspberry ketone increased fat cells' secretion of a hormone called adiponectin that regulates the processing of sugars and fats in the blood. The reported benefits are impressive: Increased total weight loss, including a significant reduction of abdominal fat — with zero side effects.

In fact, not only were there not any side effects, but a 2012 study from China found that raspberry ketones had several health benefits — including improved cholesterol levels, insulin sensitivity, and reduced fat in the liver. And if all that weren't reason enough to have desperate slimmers stocking up, one of America's leading medical doctors is a fan, recently calling raspberry ketones a "miracle weight loss supplement" on his Emmy-winning daytime TV show.

Results in Five Days?

Raspberry ketones are the compounds within raspberries that give the fruit its characteristic aroma. More important to dieters, however, is the recent research showing these compounds can also melt away the pounds. According to Lisa Lynn, a leading weight-loss expert and television health contributor, many of her clients have been supplementing with raspberry ketones and experiencing stunning fat-loss results in as few as five days. ...

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Posted By: Jen Fad
Thursday, December 27th 2012 at 12:56AM
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thank you, would you recommend usage?


Thursday, December 27th 2012 at 8:50AM
powell robert
Diets like these may work, but nothing is like commitment to lose weight the long way by diet and exercise..
Thursday, December 27th 2012 at 10:10AM
MIISRAEL Bride
Absolutely, but always check with your physician before starting any exercise, diet, or supplement as the supplement can possibly interact with current medical regimens and or meds.

For me, I plan to check with my doctor who is a specialist for wgt loss because I take Adipex which is a med that works on the brain to decrease my appetite. Definitely, this supplement sounds safe especially if one has some pounds to lose which can help decrease cholesterol, blood pressure, and help control diabetes.


Thursday, December 27th 2012 at 11:42AM
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