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    Default Raspberry Ketones 101. What they are and where to buy them.

    There has been a lot of activity about Raspberry Ketones recently after Dr. OZ mentioned them on his show. Though not new, many are now and discovering them for the first time.

    For those that may be interested learning more, we have an article in our article section that can be found here (Fat Loss Aids: Raspberry Ketones).

    To purchase high quality bulk Raspberry Ketones at a great price we have them available for sale in our store for only $22.99. Click the image below to purchase.

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    Default Re: Raspberry Ketones 101. What they are and where to buy them.

    AWESOME!!

    Now just get some carnitine in stock and people can create a nice fat burning stack

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    I enjoy raspberry ketones definitely!

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    Anyone use it Topically?
    Effect of topical application of raspberry ketone on dermal production of insulin-like growth factor-I in mice and on hair growth and skin elasticity in humans.

    Harada N, Okajima K, Narimatsu N, Kurihara H, Nakagata N.
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    Department of Translational Medical Science Research, Nagoya City University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kawasumi 1, Mizuho-cho, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya 467-8601, Japan.

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    Sensory neurons release calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) on activation. We recently reported that topical application of capsaicin increases facial skin elasticity and promotes hair growth by increasing dermal insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) production through activation of sensory neurons in mice and humans. Raspberry ketone (RK), a major aromatic compound contained in red raspberries (Rubus idaeus), has a structure similar to that of capsaicin. Thus, it is possible that RK activates sensory neurons, thereby increasing skin elasticity and promoting hair growth by increasing dermal IGF-I production. In the present study, we examined this possibility in mice and humans. RK, at concentrations higher than 1 microM, significantly increased CGRP release from dorsal root ganglion neurons (DRG) isolated from wild-type (WT) mice and this increase was completely reversed by capsazepine, an inhibitor of vanilloid receptor-1 activation. Topical application of 0.01% RK increased dermal IGF-I levels at 30 min after application in WT mice, but not in CGRP-knockout mice. Topical application of 0.01% RK increased immunohistochemical expression of IGF-I at dermal papillae in hair follicles and promoted hair re-growth in WT mice at 4 weeks after the application. When applied topically to the scalp and facial skin, 0.01% RK promoted hair growth in 50.0% of humans with alopecia (n=10) at 5 months after application and increased cheek skin elasticity at 2 weeks after application in 5 females (p<0.04). These observations strongly suggest that RK might increase dermal IGF-I production through sensory neuron activation, thereby promoting hair growth and increasing skin elasticity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinc View Post
    Anyone use it Topically?
    It's in some topicals. I think it was in Napalm, I know Eviscerate has it, Dermatherm target has it.

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    The powder is actually quite tasty. Jinx turned me on to trying it. It's refreshing, especially with a little sweetener.


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    It's really telling the type of reach some people have on their fan base. http://www.mindandmuscle.net/store/b...am-bottle.htmll are now the hot topic in the supplement industry, but I'm wondering how long it will last? Do you see this as a fad, or do you truly believe this is a sustainable, safe approach to fat burning? Ras Ketones are also used for alcoholic drink mixes if I'm not mistaken; I would really hate to see something like this get abused...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyC View Post
    It's really telling the type of reach some people have on their fan base. http://www.mindandmuscle.net/store/b...am-bottle.htmll are now the hot topic in the supplement industry, but I'm wondering how long it will last? Do you see this as a fad, or do you truly believe this is a sustainable, safe approach to fat burning? Ras Ketones are also used for alcoholic drink mixes if I'm not mistaken; I would really hate to see something like this get abused...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyC View Post
    Do you see this as a fad, or do you truly believe this is a sustainable, safe approach to fat burning? Ras Ketones are also used for alcoholic drink mixes if I'm not mistaken; .
    Ha, what sort of logic is that?

    This goes in this, which I think is morally wrong, therefore this [the first this ] MUST be bad!

    Using that same reasoning: you should avoid water because it's what you make coffee with and if you drink a gallon of very strong coffee in a very short period of time, you might have a seizure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinn77 View Post
    Ha, what sort of logic is that?

    This goes in this, which I think is morally wrong, therefore this [the first this ] MUST be bad!

    Using that same reasoning: you should avoid water because it's what you make coffee with and if you drink a gallon of very strong coffee in a very short period of time, you might have a seizure.
    Plus, even the puritanically inspired Americans, who think pot is unspeakably evil, drink like fishes. If anything, their use in alcoholic beverages should be just one more reason to love 'em. After all, there's nothing more American than an alcohol-fueled fundraiser for anti-drug nonprofits.

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    Awesome. I wanted to buy this for a while but NP was out of it. I'm going to add it to my transdermal mix.
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    Lol at anthony. Try abusing ras ketones and see what happens...yep...nothing. I think you could eat 50g of the stuff in one go and nothing will happen. Maybe diarrhoea but certainly no buzz
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