On visiting the Super Ketone+ website, dieters are informed the capsules contain a unique formulate that can destroy fat by destroying the source of the problem. What this means exactly is not explained, but dieters are also told use of the capsules will:
- Boost the metabolism
- Eliminate hunger pangs
- Increase vitality
- Prevent fat oxidation
- Tone the body
Customers are then encouraged to buy a companion product as well so that they can demolish their fat in 30 days.
The rest of the page then goes on to extoll the virtues of both products and what a powerful combination they are, but trying to purchase a supply could prove to be an interesting experience.
According to the ingredients page at the Super Ketone+ website the capsules contain:
- Green tea
- Apple cider vinegar
- Grapefruit extract
Raspberry ketones is not even mentioned
However, two Optimum Ketone capsules apparently provide:
- Chromium (75mg)
- Raspberry ketones (300mg)
- Green tea (550mg)
- Caffeine (400mg)
- L-theanine (16mg)
Comparing the two it’s easy to see they are entirely different products and, as Super Ketone+ does not seem to exist, we can only comment on the potential of Optimum Ketone.
Chromium is usually added to dietary supplements to provide fat burning. Green tea is also a fat burner. Caffeine is probably at its most useful as an energy provider, but it also offers a certain degree of appetite suppression. The amount included here is similar to that provided by four cups of coffee, so it’s a generous dose, but it may prove to be too powerful for anyone who has a low tolerance of stimulants. L-theanine is an amino acid that can boost levels of alertness and calm an overly active mind.
Raspberry ketone is supposed to be the main ingredient so we were quite surprised to see how little raspberry ketone the Optimum Ketone blend contains.
Raspberry ketones assist weight loss by regulating the metabolism and providing fat burning benefits. It’s a powerful ingredient, but 300mg may not be an adequate dose and it is strange to see such a good ingredient playing second fiddle to caffeine. The quality of this blend could have been improved immensely by lowering some of the other inclusion rates in favor of upped raspberry ketone content.
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Side Effects & Health Issues
No side effects are mentioned, but pregnant or nursing mothers are advised to consult a doctor before taking any brand of dietary supplement. The same advice is offered to anyone who has existing health problems or is taking medications.
The Bottom Line
Raspberry ketone is a good ingredient that has helped many dieters to reach their weight loss goals, but Super Ketone+ [Optimum Ketone] should be avoided. The marketing tactics involved are misleading and the cost of the product is too high. There are better options available.
Purchasing Options & Considerations
When visitors to the Super Ketone+ website click the “Buy Super Ketone+” button they are transferred to another site that is pushing a product called Optimum Ketone. The site provides no “buy it now” buttons and there is no shopping cart facility. The only way to receive a shipment of pills is via a free trial and it all seems pretty simple. Just enter your details into the online at the top of the page. Customers who complete this first step are then transferred to a page that informs them they will need to pay £4.95 to cover postage and packaging costs and there is another handy form to the left of the page where customers can enter their card details. Is £4.95 a reasonable price to pay for shipping? We think so, but things are not as straightforward as they appear because customers who take advantage of the trial period are automatically signed up for an automated billing and shipping process that is not made sufficiently clear from the start.
Customers who read the sites “terms and conditions” page are not informed about how the trial works or the added strings that are attached. This information is only available via a separate link on the trail order page and it is not obviously placed. There is a link marked “terms and conditions” near the form where customers need to enter their card details, but this does not provide the necessary information. Elsewhere on the page there is a small print link entitled “Trial Terms and Conditions”. Many customers may fail to notice this link and will therefore get a nasty surprise when they notice unexpected debits made against their cards.
There is a similar set up the recommended companion product so customers who take advantage of both trials will find themselves in double the trouble.