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raspberry ketones for weight loss?
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Anon_11417 posted:
I read that raspberry ketones will help with weight loss. I am wondering if these really do work and if they are safe. I am on blood pressure meds and high cholesterol meds and wanted to know if these would be safe to take with these meds? I really need to lose some weight and am desperate to find something that will work for me. My main problem is I crave sweets and have little desire to exercise. But I feel if I could lose some of my weight I could get back some energy to exercise and maybe lose my sweets craving. HELP! Please let me know if these would work??????
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jhrh1991 responded:
hi, I tried them for a month and two weeks didn't help me but i think that some things work for some and not other. i also have a thing for sweets but i limit them now but if i get the munches i do popcorn or dark chocolate 70 % coco and yogurt with seed or nuts and i still do ice cream weight watcher has some good ones. you should try vitamin-d-3 and b-12 you should check out c-q10. the c-q hurt my head for a day then it help with the leg pains from the cholesterol meds.now i don't take the meds


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