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Can You Take Raspberry Ketones With Metoprolol
May not be safe: Raspberry ketone has never been scientifically studied in humans to determine if it causes side effects. However, there are some concerns about the safety of raspberry ketone because it is chemically related to a stimulant called synephrine. The purpose of metoprolol, a beta blocker, is to block the effects of adrenaline and similar compounds in the body. Check with your doctors for advice. ...Read more
I have hcm and hbp I take blood pressure medicine and a beta blocker. I want to start taking raspberry ketones is that ok?
Probably safe: There is not much scientific data on raspberry ketones in humans, and no good evidence that this expensive compound will really help you lose weight. But it does appear to be safe. I found no drug or disease interactions in my limited research on an established natural product database. So while it is probably safe, that is not a guarantee... And it probably won't work. ...Read more
I am currently dieting and wanted to know if I can take raspberry ketone tablets with propranolol as I am on this beta blocker for essential tremor?
Please Be smarter: No. They will cause the producers to get rich and you to be once again disillusioned by taking a fake product that promises you the moon but cannot deliver. There will be ZERO health benefits from this product. It will not in any way lead you to any real or lasting weight loss. ...Read more
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I'm taking 10mg of simvastatin every night, can I take raspberry ketones that contain grapefruit (powder)?
Interesting question: Grapefruit juice can interact and raise simvastain levels. I'm not aware that grapefruit powder has ever been studied. You could try it but be aware that if you get muscle aches, you may need to eliminate the rk or lower the dose of simvastatin. At 18, why are you taking Simvastatin anyway?! ...Read more
Not enough data: Despite all the marketing hype & what you might hear from celebrity TV docs, there are no miraculous cures available from dietary supplements, whose manufacturers are not required to prove safety or effectiveness. Moreover, their manufacturing techniques are open to (unknown) contamination. Check out http://www. Usatoday. Com/search/dietary%20supplement/. So no data on separate use much less togethe ...Read more
Don't waste $$: Green coffee bean extract and rasberry ketones are of no value for any know medical condition. They will not help you lose weight, except in your wallet. Save your money and spend it on good food and exercise. Don't get your medical knowledge from friends, tv, the internet, or dr. Oz - he's rarely correct. ...Read more
Yes, they're a scam: There's no good scientific work that they do anything good or bad for you. It's your money. Why not spend it enjoying some real fresh raspberries instead? ...Read more
No: Raspberry ketones are totally a placebo. Why not get some real raspberries and remember how good it was to eat them, and generally to eat sensibly? If you're using 'hydroxycut', you're very likely really exercising in the gym. Keep this up, eat sensibly and don't expect magic from this semi-effective 'fat burner' / appetite suppresser, and you'll get the results you seek. ...Read more
Raspberry ketones are a fraud and can only harm you.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Who cares?: Green coffee bean extract and rasberry ketones are of no value for any know medical condition. They will not help you lose weight, except in your wallet. Save your money and spend it on good food and exercise. Don't get your medical knowledge from friends, tv, the internet, or dr. Oz - he's rarely correct. ...Read more
Why?: Green coffee bean extract and rasberry ketones are of no value for any know medical condition. They will not help you lose weight, except in your wallet. Save your money and spend it on good food and exercise. Don't get your medical knowledge from friends, tv, the internet, or dr. Oz - he's rarely correct. ...Read more
Rasp ketones: Raspberry ketones are promoted as a weight loss aid and metabolic stimulant. There is no scientific evidence for benefit. I found reports that this product CAN elevate blood pressure and stimulate heart rate. These are known side effects of other promoted wt loss aids. So, rasp ketones carry risk for you. I advise you not use them. Trim cal down: no animal fats, no sugar, no breads - exercise ...Read more
Rasberries, yumm: Why not eat Rasberries themselves. They are extremely easy to grow, are self-propagating, and produce good yields of fruit within 3 years. They like full sun and a well-drained soil of mid-range PH. Try the Sloan-Kettering or the NIH CCAM websites to explore the safety profile of the concentrated rasberry ketones. ...Read more
Hi there also can I take raspberry ketone with propranolol I take propranolol for anxiety only not a Herat condition. Thank you?
Likely fine: It is likely fine to take the raspberry ketone along with the propranolol as long as you don't notice any difference in you anxiety level. Would strongly recommend exercise instead of or addition to the rasberry ketone if your goal is weight loss because exercise alone can reduce anxiety levels. Good luck to you, I wish you well ...Read more
Possibly, but: Interactions with raspberry ketone have not been well-studied in humans. Structurally, raspberry ketone resembles synephrine, a known stimulant. So, you could have stimulant effects such as shaking -- which is also a possible effect of zoloft (sertraline). If you're taking zoloft (sertraline) for anxiety, please be aware that raspberry ketone could exacerbate this -- and it might not be a good idea to take it. ...Read more
Raspberry placebo: There really isn't any evidence that raspberry ketone provides any type of health benefit to people. Even the animal studies require doses that are 100x higher than supplements. So the short answer is yes you can take raspberry ketone with sertraline. The better answer is that you should spend your money on real raspberries (fiber, micronutrients, taste great) as opposed to the supplement. ...Read more
For what purpose: Yes, you can. But this product will not help you with real or lasting weight loss. ...Read more
Not together.: I don't see any problem. The raspberry ketone has to be taken on and empty stomach before a meal. The Omeprazole also is taken before a meal. Before breakfast and the raspberry ketone before lunch or supper and not at the same time. ...Read more
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