The February 7th episode of Dr. Oz’s hit health talk show featured the weight-loss benefits of raspberry ketones. A study in mice found raspberry ketones prevented an increase in body weight and fat stemming from a high-fat diet. While no clinical trials researching if raspberry ketones cause weight loss or fat-burning in humans have been published yet, this finding suggests you might be able to snack on an occasional hamburger and fries without gaining a pound if you take raspberry ketones.
How does it work? Raspberry ketones help release fat from fat cells, a process called lipolysis. If a person burns more calories than they eat, they will burn off that fat instead of calories from muscle protein, for example. If a person does not exercise, diet or take other metabolism-boosting supplements, the released fat will be stored again in fat cells and the chance to burn those love handles off is gone.
Top-selling weight loss supplement Cellan contains 50 mg of Raspberry ketones per day, which is equivalent to what you would get from eating 45 pounds of raspberry fruits. Cellan also contains 100% pure Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) extract from green tea. EGCG increases fat-burning, a process called fat oxidation. A human clinical study found EGCG at the dose provided in Cellan increases fat-burning by 35% after meals. Because Cellan contains both raspberry ketones and EGCG, your body will release fat from trouble storage spots like your thighs or stomach and burn them for real fat loss.
As a bonus, the real powerhouse ingredient in Cellan is its patented African Mango extract, also called by its scientific name Irvingia gabonensis or IGOB131. It not only helps control appetite by increasing sensitivity to the satiety hormone leptin released from fat cells, it blocks enzymes involved in fat formation. The average overweight user in the biggest study of the patented African Mango extract lost 28 in 10 weeks.