Raspberry Ketone FIRE
Published On September 3, 2017
Raspberry Ketone FIRE is an over the counter weight loss pill. It is designed to function with a dieting strategy based on its antioxidants, fat burners, metabolism boosters and appetite suppressants. With all these potential benefits, the official website for this product claims that it essentially provides dieters with the complete package of effects to help weight to come off more quickly and easily. The goal for using this product is meant to be natural weight loss that will come off the body in a healthy way.
The product description outlined by the company behind Raspberry Ketone FIRE – which identifies itself as Vivid Health Nutrition on the website – states that it works by boosting the lipolysis rate in the body. Lipolysis is the process through which stored fat is broken down. The way this pill supposedly affects lipolysis is by boosting the body’s production of adinopectin. Adinopectin is a naturally occurring hormone produced by the human body which has a key role in both the rate of the metabolism and in breaking down fat stored on the body.
Moreover, Raspberry Ketone FIRE has also been designed to function as an antioxidant supplement. Many people and certain studies suggest that antioxidants can help to reduce signs of premature aging while supporting the immune system’s natural function. Still, there have yet to be any large and reputable studies that would directly link antioxidants to weight loss.
As the name of the product would suggest, the main ingredient in this formula is raspberry ketone. This substance has seen a great deal of time in the media after having been mentioned quite some time ago by Dr. Oz on his daytime television show. Unfortunately, despite the fact that the celebrity personality was required to face a federal Senate committee for making unsubstantiated claims about dozens of “miracle” or “magical” substances, and despite the fact that he did admit that making many of those claims was a mistake, many people continue to believe that the recommendations he made were solid.
The fact of the matter is that raspberry ketone has never been conclusively linked with weight loss. Some small sized preliminary studies have indicated that it is worth further investigation, but beyond that, nothing has been proven as of yet.
Indeed, this doesn’t mean that the ingredient doesn’t work. However, it is not yet known that it does work, nor is it known how much of the ingredient needs to be used in order to provide measurable results, what amount could lead to toxicity or side effects, or if this ingredient conflicts with medical conditions, medications or other supplements.