Marketed at the female populace and this reflects that, its nice, crisp and bright. It looks professional and trustworthy, I really like it. But, how trustworthy is it? There’s no caffeine which is great if you are sensitive to it but it is a proven fat burning ingredient, let’s hope this beholds some sort of magic elixir.
Rapsberry Ketones – Proven to provide no benefit in the fat burning process. After clever marketing ploys (via Dr Oz) they broke into the supplement industry but have provided no real benefits.
Additionally, Raspberry ketones supplements can no longer be sold legally in the UK. In 2014, the Food Standards Agency ruled that raspberry ketones were an unauthorised ‘novel food’. A damning verdict if I have ever heard one!
This probably because the only research on the effect of raspberry ketones on fat are a handful of animal studies. The studies were done over the last 10 to 15 years. Researchers looked at the effect of raspberry ketones on rats, mice and rabbits
2 pills twice daily. That’s a total of 4 pills per day and is ideal, but it would be better to spread them out equally throughout the day and have 1 pill at a time.
I like the purple coloring on the package…
It just does not work. Let’s face it, the government of the United Kingdom have banned the sale of it because it is a novel food. McDonalds is quite a novel food and if they have banned Raspberry Ketones over McDonalds, something is obviously not right with RK. Jeesh, taking steroids or prohormones isn’t even illegal in the UK. Go figure.
My Review Conclusion:
You can legally use steroids in the UK but you cannot buy this. It is probably down to the fact it has been way over-hyped yet it does not work so they (UK) clamped down on this fraudulent business activity. That is probably down to the fact it hasn’t been tested on anything other than rats, mice and rabbits.
Take a look at what is effective instead.