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    raspberry ketone
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    marykc posted:
    Does anybody know the side effects or how long u can stay on r.ketone

    It work but what about long term
     
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    max9821 responded:
    so why would you take this stuff?

    dolores
     
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    lisacolnett responded:
    Despite being used in diet supplements since the 1960s, raspberry ketones are quickly becoming a popular method for weight loss, helping your body to shed fat by cranking up your metabolism. However, some might wonder about the possible raspberry ketones side effects that may occur while taking the supplement.
    Raspberry ketones side effects and tips to avoid
     
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    christinaorr65 responded:
    The important thing is to take it in a safe dosage, but also an effective one. I feel that it works best when combined with other safe and effective ingredients in a supplement. One I have used with good results that contains Raspberry Keytones is https://www.myliporidex.com/liporidex-max-advanced-weight-loss-formula
     
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    An_266929 replied to christinaorr65's response:
    I was wondering what all the fuss is about with raspberry keytones since I have taken them on their own and have't seen results. What you said makes sense, I will have to look into it more, thanks!


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