The Question is…Can I take Raspberry Ketone AND 7-Keto together???
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3 of the most frequently asked questions about Raspberry Ketone and 7 Keto DHEA:
#1) Is it ok to take Raspberry Ketone AND 7-Keto at the same time?
#2) How do Raspberry Ketone and 7-Keto differ in the way in which they increase metabolism?
#3) Does taking both products actually increase metabolism even more so then taking only one products?
Here is the response from a well respected, science- based physician who is trained in homeopathic and traditional medicine…
Both 7-keto DHEA and raspberry ketones have been shown to promote thermogenesis. Thermogenesis is the creation of heat as energy as the body metabolizes food which is consumed.
7-keto DHEA can increase thermogenesis by enhancing the levels of three enzymes (fatty acyl CoA oxidase, malic enzyme, and glycerol-3-phosphate) that stimulate fatty acids to be oxidized in the liver.
Raspberry ketones have been shown to increase thermogenesis by stimulating the breakdown of fats induced by norepinephrine. There is not as much research behind the recently popularized raspberry ketones as there is for 7-keto DHEA.
There are no noted contraindications for taking 7-keto DHEA and raspberry ketones together. However, I suggest trying one or the other for 1-2 months and assessing its effects. At that time, if you are not experiencing the desired effects, you can switch to the other product to see how you respond. Eventually, if there are no adverse side effects, you may continue on both Raspberry Ketone and 7-Keto DHEA for optimal increase in metabolic rate.
Does a combination of these products actually produce better results with weight loss? Unfortunately, we do not have scientific studies that can produce evidence that using both products promise better results. However, given that they both act in a different method to produce thermogenic reactions, the theory may be that this discovery could be a breakthrough in medical science for weight reduction. The data is not studied enough, though, to produce a factual, conclusive response to this question.
So which one should I try first? It is really a matter of preference of which one you should try first. Studies look promising for both products. However, it is suggested that if you have a history of reacting adversly to berries in general, then it is not recommended to try Raspberry Ketone. If you are menopausal, both products may create a heat sensation that may not be tolerable given the thermogenic qualities that produce a rise in temperature throughout the body. Out of these products, the best bet would be to start with the 7-Keto and then add the Raspberry Keto later, given that the 7-Keto studies do not appear to have reported negative side effects.
I advise everyone to talk with their personal physisican regarding the safety or interaction with medications or vitamin supplements. I also advise the public to assure safety when purchasing any suppliment. Before you purchase a product, be sure to research the retail company to make sure they are a legitimate and a certified organization. It is important that the products you purchase be pre-tested and regulated for quality and dosage of the product and that synthetic harmful fillers are not used. It is also advisable to opt for a vegetable capsule rather then synthetic one. Natural capsules abosorb faster and easier in the body.
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