CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) in 60 Seconds

Conjugated linoleic acid, or CLA is a family
of omega-6 fatty acids. It is relatively rare in modern diets, but
is most abundant is the fat of grass fed beef, which contains up to 500% more CLA than conventionally
fed beef. There have been over 30 human studies to show
that CLA can aid with fat loss, particularly belly fat, and the most effective dosage is
3.2 grams a day. This makes it one of the most scientifically
supported and natural fat loss nutrients. CLA has also been shown to increase the lean
body mass of consumers, which makes it a popular toning product. Preliminary studies on CLA suggest that it
may have anti-cancer properties, especially against skin and colon cancer. It may also be able to increase the effects
of the breast cancer drug tamoxifen. Other benefits of CLA include protection against
cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and promoting the immune system. Overdosage of CLA is only possible with excessive
supplementation, and is characterised by hyperglycemia, itching and wheezing. For more information on CLA, please visit
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