Is FORZA Raspberry Ketone 2:2:1 too Strong for UK Dieters?

    After taking the US by storm in 2012 raspberry ketone-based products are now becoming hugely popular in the UK, none more so than FORZA Raspberry Ketone 2:2:1.

    While some customers report that the UK’s #1 diet pill is too strong, it is the product’s effectiveness ultimately shines through and most users report feeing less hungry and more energized after a brief adjustment period.

    One reviewer mentions feeling shaky and developing headaches during the first few days of taking the fat burners. However, another reviewer attributes the jittery feeling to the fact that an exercise plan was not in place prior to taking the capsules and stated that once an exercise plan was in place the weight started falling off.

    “Everything is going great,” concluded this user. “I never feel hungry and seem to have loads of energy.”

    To learn more about FORZA Raspberry Ketone 2:2:1, including a complete list of ingredients, dosage information and ordering information, visit the Forza Supplements website or

    FORZA Supplements has been an established sports nutrition and diet capsule manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer since 2007, holding over 15 trademarks and distributing worldwide from its Kent-based technology centre. Full site:


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