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Raspberry Ketones All Natural Weight Loss Remedy Sells Out In U.S. Health Stores But Is Still Available Online



Raspberry Ketones


(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 18, 2012 ) New York City, NY -- Raspberry ketones have been approved as safe by the U.S. FDA since 1965 and have been used in food to improve taste naturally, but in the last 10 years the all-natural extract of real raspberries has been found to have weight loss effects and energy increase effects. Scientific studies had proven the raspberry ketones would cause mice to lose weight and the general public has been using the ketones this way for 10 years and reporting great results.



Since being advertised on Fox News, raspberry ketones have been selling out in health food stores around the United States, so a British company is now shipping the all-natural health and weight loss supplement to the United States. Those interested in raspberry ketone weight loss can visit the website www.slimmersexpert.com to order the raspberry ketones.



Studies show that it is necessary to take at least 100mg each day of raspberry ketones in order to gain the fat-burning effect. The ketone supplement sold at Slimmers Expert online has this amount of the all-natural weight loss supplement, compared to many ketones on the market which have less than that.



The staff at Slimmers Expert helps people in both Great Britain, the United States and Canada with keeping a supply of the raspberry ketones, which are usually sold out in health food stores.



If one is looking for the raspberry ketone evolution slimming or raspberry ketone plus, or just want a natural organic weight loss remedy, one can order raspberry ketones at the Slimmers Expert website.



About Raspberry Ketones And Slimmer's Expert:



Slimmer's Expert provides healthy and natural weight loss solutions and is a providor of raspberry ketones. Raspberry ketones are the compounds that give raspberries their unique flavor. One of the most important properties of raspberry ketone is that they can help boost metabolism and result in quick and natural weight loss by ensuring faster fat burning in body.

Slimmers Expert
Matt Spenn
(646) - 801 - 7061
mattspenn@gmail.com

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