CLA – Conjugated Linoleic Acid, 180 Softgels, 750mg, From NOW
CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) is a free fatty acid derived from safflower oil. Our CLA softgels provide a minimum of 75% CLA in every batch. Scientists estimate that our food supply once contained much higher levels of CLA before the advent of modern agricultural and animal feeding methods. As a result, CLA may be lacking in typical refined diets.
Tonalin CLA is a fatty acid derived from safflower oil. Tonalin’s potential benefits are cited in U.S. Patent 5,554,646, which states that CLA plays a role in reducing body fat and increasing body protein (muscle) in animals. Clinical trials are currently being conducted to confirm its effects in humans. For best results, take this product in conjunction with the enclosed Maximum Metabolism Weight Loss Plan.
Tonalin conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) contains an amazing 1,000 mg of Tonalin per capsule. CLA has been shown to play a vital role in reducing body fat and increasing muscle tone according to human clinical studies, and laboratory testing.
CLA Tonalin was discovered in 1978 by Michael W. Pariza at the University of Wisconsin while looking for mutagen formations in meat during cooking. CLA is research proven to build muscle, reduce body fat, and induce an optimum cellular environment for improved health!
CLA occurs naturally in foods such as milk, cheese, beef, and lamb as well as many processed foods. However, getting enough CLA from your diet for the preferred benefit would require considerable intake of these types of foods. This is not only impractical, but would also have a seriously negative impact on your metabolism due to the high caloric penalty you would pay. CLA Tonalin is a great buy.
How Does CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) help you lose inches?
Scientists have linked the steady rise in obesity in the U.S. over the past 30 years to the reduction of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) in our diets. There are two reasons: Americans have substantially reduced their consumption of beef and dairy products. Additionally, changes in beef and dairy cattle feed (from pasture grasses to forage) have reduced their production of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) by 65%.
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