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CLA (1000mg)

CLA (1000mg)

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Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is the name given to a group of chemicals found in the fatty acid linoleic acid. Not only is it true that eating fat doesn’t make you fat, but certain types of healthy fats are actually some of the best fat-burning, health-benefitting foods available. Helps with Weight Loss and Fat-Burning: According to a 2009 report published in The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, it’s believed that CLA reduces adiposity (fat) because of its impact on 1) energy metabolism, 2) adipogenesis, 3) inflammation, 4) lipid metabolism and 5) apoptosis. Improves Immune Function and May Help Fight Cancer: CLA has shown immune-enhancing effects and anticarcinogenic activities in studies. Research repeatedly shows that the quality of fatty acids in someone’s diet is key for reducing over all cancer risk, and CLA has proved to be health-promoting in several ways, especially lowering inflammation. Lower inflammation is a sign of less free radical damage that is linked to lower cancer risk. Reduces Allergies and Asthma Symptoms: Taking CLA for 12 weeks seems to improve symptoms and overall well-being in people with seasonal allergies. Similarly, research shows that for people with asthma, CLA might be a natural treatment method to improve airway sensitivity and ability to exercise. Aids Weight Loss: A study investigating the effects of 4.2g of CLA per day in 53 healthy individuals showed a significant 3.8% decrease in body fat compared with individuals not taking CLA. An additional study in obese / overweight patients demonstrated that at least 3.4g per day for a period of 12 weeks was actually necessary to see a significant reduction in body fat - in other words without CLA intake there was no significant fat loss.

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Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is the name given to a group of chemicals found in the fatty acid linoleic acid. Not only is it true that eating fat doesn’t make you fat, but certain types of healthy fats are actually some of the best fat-burning, health-benefitting foods available. Helps with Weight Loss and Fat-Burning: According to a 2009 report published in The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, it’s believed that CLA reduces adiposity (fat) because of its impact on 1) energy metabolism, 2) adipogenesis, 3) inflammation, 4) lipid metabolism and 5) apoptosis. Improves Immune Function and May Help Fight Cancer: CLA has shown immune-enhancing effects and anticarcinogenic activities in studies. Research repeatedly shows that the quality of fatty acids in someone’s diet is key for reducing over all cancer risk, and CLA has proved to be health-promoting in several ways, especially lowering inflammation. Lower inflammation is a sign of less free radical damage that is linked to lower cancer risk. Reduces Allergies and Asthma Symptoms: Taking CLA for 12 weeks seems to improve symptoms and overall well-being in people with seasonal allergies. Similarly, research shows that for people with asthma, CLA might be a natural treatment method to improve airway sensitivity and ability to exercise. Aids Weight Loss: A study investigating the effects of 4.2g of CLA per day in 53 healthy individuals showed a significant 3.8% decrease in body fat compared with individuals not taking CLA. An additional study in obese / overweight patients demonstrated that at least 3.4g per day for a period of 12 weeks was actually necessary to see a significant reduction in body fat - in other words without CLA intake there was no significant fat loss.

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Catalogue Code 2CJLA
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