* *ADVISORY* *If you elect to try raspberry ketones, observe for any changes to your health.
DOSAGE:There is currently no established dosage for humans.
CONCLUSION:We conclude that while raspberry ketones show promise for aiding weight loss efforts, there is not enough evidence for us to recommend its use. If you do elect to try it, please discuss your decision with your doctor, and observe carefully for any changes to your health.
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