A short piece of history on Raspberry Ketone
The other day we started our raspberry ketone review research, which is a 5 part introductory series of research to help you better understand ketones and red raspberries.
Let’s have a closer look to this amazing gift Nature gave us and study more its benefits for our health, because these benefits are not only in terms of weight loss but also in terms of general health, both physical and psychical.
Also known as Red Raspberry, Framboise Rouge, Framboisier Rouge, Rubi Idaei, Folium, Rubus buschii, Rubus, Rubus idaeus Rubus strigosus, Framboise, Framboisier, Branbuesa Roja or simply Raspberry, this compound has been used as a medicine for centuries. Diseases such as diabetes, GI maladies, high fever and any kind of pains were treated successfully with this natural solution. Furthermore, it is known to relieve one of the greatest pains a woman can feel, which is the pain of labor and giving birth. In the past, Raspberry Ketone was known as the most efficient medicine for women in labor and only from here we can realize how effectively this miraculous cure works.
“A General History of Plants”, also known as “The Herbal” of the year 1597, shows records of using raspberry leaf for medicinal purposes. The paper was published in London by John Norton and written by John Gerarde. This book’s author was the most appreciated and read author in the field of botany, in the 17th century. Nowadays, you can still find editions of his book on Amazon, if you want to study more and see how this interest in Raspberry Ketone started.
Later, in 1995 Japanese researchers published in the Life Science Journal their study on the effects of the Raspberry Ketone supplement on mice. The study was called “Anti-obese action of Raspberry Ketone”. It made the discovery that the Raspberry Ketone’s structure is similar to synephrine and capsaicin. These are known to perform strong anti-obese chemical actions. The study with mice proves that both these substances prevent and improve the apparition of fat-liver and obesity. The researchers in this study were Chie Morimoto, Yurie Satoh, Mariko Mara, Shintaro Inoue, Takahiro Tsujita and Hiromichi Okuda, and you can see what the exact results were at:
Contemporary history on “Raspberry Ketone” has just been written on February 6 of 2012, when Dr. Mehmet Oz (Oprah’s favorite dietitian) aired a special episode called “5 Fat Busters, 5 Body Types, 5 Days”. In this episode, Dr Oz explored and explained to us why this natural compound works so well with our bodies, helping us to quickly drop weight.
Lisa Lynn, famous Elite Trainer, Specialist in Performance Nutrition, Fitness Therapist and Personal Trainer, was also present on the set to support the study that proves how Raspberry Ketone sustains and accelerates our metabolism.
Dr Oz and Lisa Lynn explained how the supplement is much more efficient than simply eating the raw raspberries. He explained how the quantity needed for success would only involve taking the supplement a few times a day as compared to ingesting approximately 90 pounds of berries to see the exact same results. Dr Oz also supports the idea that supplements works as a result of two different hormones. Furthermore, Dr Oz also claims this “miracle fat burner” has absolutely no side effects.
Because this natural weight loss supplement can help detox and cleanse your body in a safe and effective way, this makes for a fantastic option for those looking to speed up their weight loss goals.
Check out part 1 raspberry ketone research to start from the beginning!
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