Raspberry Ketone Powder
Product Name: Raspberry Ketone Powder
CAS No.: 5471-51-2
Appearance: Fine needle crystal powder
Specification: 99% Test method: HPLC
Raspberry ketone is a chemical from red raspberries, as well as kiwifruit, peaches, grapes, apples, other berries, vegetables such as rhubarb, and the bark of yew, maple, and pine trees.
People take it by mouth for weight loss. It became popular for weight loss after it was mentioned on the Dr. Oz television show during the segment called ": Miracle fat-burner in a bottle" in February 2012.
Raspberry ketones are to cause the fat within cells to be broken down more effectively, helping your body burn fat faster. They are also claimed to increase levels of adiponectin, a hormone that helps to regulate metabolism.
It is also used in foods,cosmetics, and other manufacturing as a fragrance or flavoring agent.
As a food additive, raspberry Ketones powder are categorized as "Generally Recognized as Safe" (GRAS) by the FDA.
Things To Know & Note
|Is a Form Of||Primary Function:|
|◆ Fat-burner||◆ Fat Loss|
|◆ Food flavoring agent||◆ Improve skin elasticity|
|◆Food additive||◆ Increase hair growth|
|Also Known As|
|◆4-(4-hydroxyphenyl) butan-2-one, p-hydroxybenzyl acetone|
How to Take It
Recommended dosage, active amounts, other details
There is no human evidence for the effects of it. Studies on rats have used a dosage range of .545-2.18g/kg, which correlates to a human estimated dose of 80-340mg/kg for humans. This dose is very high compared to other fat burning compounds, so for that reason, the standard supplemental dose for humans is in the 100-200mg range. There is no solid evidence for the effectiveness of the doses listed below. Rat dosages correlate to the following human doses:
● 870-3,700mg for a 150lb person
● 1,100-5,000mg for a 200lb person
● 1,500-6,200mg for a 250lb person
There is no human evidence for the effectiveness of it. It cannot be concentrated in the human body the same way they are concentrated during studies done outside the body, on single cells.