Beverly Hills, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/16/2012 -- The Dr. Oz Show is a popular source of advice for many Americans. In a recent episode, Dr. Oz profiled a weight loss product called raspberry ketone. In a positive review of the product, Dr. Oz called raspberry ketone “the number one miracle in a bottle to burn your fat.”
Unfortunately, Dr. Oz forgot to mention a few key features of the product. RaspberryWheat.com wants to help fill in the gaps. At RaspberryWheat.com, visitors will find educational editorial content about the benefits and side effects of raspberry ketone, including all of the features that Dr. Oz didn’t include in his segment.
For those interested, the website also features a YouTube clip of the Dr. Oz Show. In that clip, Dr. Oz discusses the benefits of raspberry ketone with a diet and nutrition expert.
Many of the visitors to RaspberryWheat.com may not understand what raspberry ketone is, or how it burns fat. The website provides an abundance of information catered specifically to those visitors. RaspberryWheat.com tells readers that raspberry ketone is a “natural substance found in raspberries.” In fact, ketones are what give raspberries their distinctive smell.
In the past, raspberry ketones have been used in the perfume and food industries for their powerful scent properties. However, recent evaluations by the United States Food and Drug Administration have decided that the compound is also safe for use as a dietary supplement.
RaspberryWheat.com claims raspberry ketones work by enhancing the body’s natural metabolism. By increasing the rate at which the body digests foods, raspberry ketones increase the body’s fat-burning potential.
As far as side effects go, a spokesman for RaspberryWheat.com weighed in on the matter:
“Raspberry ketones are derived from 100% natural sources. Essentially, raspberry ketones are nutrients extracted from a natural fruit. As a result, there are no side effects at all from raspberry ketone supplementation.”
RaspberryWheat.com also claims raspberry ketones are very easy to take. The website recommends dieters take 100mg (one capsule) of raspberry ketone per day. However, since there are no side effects, medical professionals like Dr. Oz have suggested safely bumping the dosage up to 200mg per day. The website claims that increasing the dosage will help dieters keep their metabolism elevated throughout the day.
For those interested in learning more about raspberry ketone, RaspberryWheat.com has a number of educational articles available on its website. With medical professionals like Dr. Oz endorsing raspberry ketone, the website anticipates that raspberry ketone supplementation will become a popular way for people all over the world to lose weight.
RaspberryWheat.com provides information about using raspberry ketone as a dietary supplement. The website features information about the benefits and side effects of raspberry ketone, as well as a link to a recent episode of the Dr. Oz Show in which raspberry ketone was given a positive review. For more information, please visit: http://RaspberryWheat.com