Magic Pill?

Dr. Oz is always promoting something. So many people have already asked me about my thoughts on Raspberry Ketones. I really have no idea if this is just a huge scam or not. I really don’t believe in magic pills for weight loss. If you want to lose weight and keep it off, you have to eat low carb, high protein. You also have to exercise. 30 minutes a day, minimally is preferred, as well as adding in some weight conditioning. I ride my elliptical almost daily and I do pilates and yoga every week.

Back to these Ketones. Can they be a food addition to the diet, especially of you want to lose a few pounds quickly? I don’t know if they work. However, I will be conducting an experiment and I will get back to you with the results. Today is day 2. Nothing different noticed yet. But, I am still sticking to my low carb, 6 proteins a day, 2 small salads, 4 small servings of vegetables a day, two small servings of fruit a day, and exercise plan.

This is where I bought it. It had good reviews.

http://t.costco.com/Raspberry-Ketone-1234™%2C-180-Capsules.product.11762438.html

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