Human trials indicate that High EGCG Green Tea produces the same lipolytic and metabolic effects as Raspberry Ketones.
Dr Oz has created another wave of demand for this unusual weight loss product: raspberry ketones. The claimed property of raspberry ketones is the stimulation of norepinephrine-induced lipolysis (fat burning) in cell and mouse studies. In the studies, mice ate the ketones as 2% of daily food intake; a rather large dose.
While Dr. Oz's almost bizarre explication of "raspberry ketones" caused its typical stir, it was based solely on a mouse study that relied on a bioequivalent dose of 3 pounds/ day for a 150 pound human. There is no natural form of the material available. Meanwhile, published human trials indicate that High EGCG Green Tea produces the very lipolytic and metabolic effects.
Since the natural material is very expensive, most raspberry ketones are reportedly synthetically produced.
Green Tea's role in thermogenesis and weight loss has been long documented, and is both natural and safe. Therefore, we recommend the Green Tea Extract below as an alternative.
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