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Friday, March 16, 2012 D Mac, Community Member, asks

Q: are raspberry ketones bad for type 2 diabetics?

I saw on the Dr. Oz show all the rave about Raspberry Ketones.  I heard that it can reduce blood glocose levels but have always been told that "ketones" are bad. Are raspberry ketones the same type of ketones that type 2 diabetics should avoid? Will raspberry ketones interact with the metformin I am taking?

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3/17/12 1:09pm

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Jerry, Community Member
4/10/13 5:02pm

What the hell are you talking about? It looks like you're turning your raspberrys into something else besides ketones.

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MaryAnn, Community Member
4/13/12 5:06pm

Can you safely take Raspberry Ketones with Metformin daily if you are type 2 diabetic.

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By D Mac, Community Member— Last Modified: 04/25/14, First Published: 03/16/12