Healthy Natural Systems - Raspberry Ketone with Green Coffee Bean - 30 Soft Chews
Healthy Natural Systems Naturally Flavored Raspberry Ketone with Green Coffee Bean.
- Promotes Body Fat Reduction
- Supports Increased Metabolism
Some users may feel a slight tingling in their mouth after consumption. These sensations indicate the raspberry ketone is being released.
Have you heard the latest buzz about Raspberries?
Previously best known for their antioxidant content, raspberries have been used throughout history to promote wellness, heart health and longevity. Now there's a relatively new discovery about these brilliant red berries… they may help promote weight loss.
Red raspberries contain compounds called raspberry ketones – the substances that give raspberries their distinct and pleasing aroma.
Research now suggests that when taken as a dietary supplement, raspberry ketones can help promote fat loss in very unique ways.
In one study, a group of laboratory mice were fed a high calorie, high fat diet supplemented with raspberry ketones. After 10 weeks, the raspberry ketone group developed less subcutaneous and abdominal fat.
Unlike other substances that promote fat and weight loss via a single pathway, raspberry ketones act in multiple ways.
Just some of the ways raspberry ketones promote fat loss include… supporting the release of fat from your body's fat stores… promoting calorie and fat burning… and inhibiting the absorption and accumulation of fat.
Several hormones produced by your fat cells control the storage and burning of fat. One of these hormones, adiponectin, acts as a "good" hormone in regulating fat in your body.
In addition to supporting your body's ability to burn fat, adiponectin promotes healthy normal levels of glucose or blood sugar and triglycerides, and supports insulin sensitivity.
When you have more fat tissue, you have less adiponectin, partly because larger fat cells naturally produce less. And lower levels of adiponectin appear to be related to greater amounts of belly fat.
Although still in its early stages, research suggests raspberry ketones may have a positive impact on adiponectin levels, too.