CLA - Slimming Formula

CLA, conjugated linoleic acid, is a fatty acid, that can be found in meat of grass-fed animals, such as beef, and full fat dairy products.

CLA has important biological activity in human’s body, where it is involved in important processes. It was claimed that CLA has the following effects on the body:

  • Prevents heart deseases,
  • Burns fats,
  • Improves muscle growth,
  • Prevents cancer, as it works as an antioxidant.

Why should I take CLA?
Nowadays, people are getting more weight-concious, which makes them to decrease their intake of foods with a high levels of saturated animal fats. In the result, the levels of the essential fatty acid is decreased. That is why CLA turns to be an important dietary supplement.

Dosage
In the market of dietary supplements CLA is available in doses of about 1-5 grams. However, the dose of 3.5 grams is considered to be optimal.

Contradictions
No side effects or contradictions have been observed with normal use.

 

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Comments

  1. slimming
    August 26th, 2008| 2:24 pm

    Quite interesting!! Of all foods, kangaroo meat may have the highest concentration of CLA.Food products (e.g. mutton and beef) from grass-fed ruminants are good sources of CLA, and contain much more of it than those from grain-fed animals. In fact, meat and dairy products from grass-fed animals can produce 300-500% more CLA than those of cattle fed the usual diet of 50% hay and silage, and 50% grain.Eggs are also rich in CLA, and it has been shown that CLA in eggs survives the temperatures encountered during frying.

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