CLA might help to burn fat faster
Posted on: 25 February 2017 by Kate Stone
CLA is a group of polyunsaturated omega fatty acids which are produced by enzymes and certain bacteria in animals, which is the main reason why CLA is found naturally in milk, eggs, cattle bee
CLA is a group of polyunsaturated omega fatty acids which are produced by enzymes and certain bacteria in animals, which is the main reason why CLA is found naturally in milk, eggs, cattle beef, etc. If the cows, chickens are fed grass abundantly, the CLA concentration or quantities found in the products that come from these animals will be higher. If I asked you guys what you know about CLA or what brought you here, the chances are that it has something to do with fat loss.
CLA Safflower Oil is known for its ability to burn fat, but few people know more than that about it. How reliable is it? How does it burn fat? Is it safe? How consistent is it? You'll find the answers to some of those questions in this article. It certainly has a lot of hype, it's overhyped, however, you will find that CLA is in reality not that great. You could still give it a try, many agree that it's healthy, but do read the article before making that decision because you might change your mind.
Rumors and hype, it has a lot of that going one but what does science say about it? It's been tested on animals and humans, it's been a part of 18 or so human trials, all of which are online, available for everyone that is interested in reading them.
Clinical evidence accumulated on CLA shows that it does not have enough consistent, reliable and promising proof for its health benefits or effects or for its fat burning properties/effects or to be used as a medical food or a functional food. Some of you might be surprised of this because you heard many good things about it. People claim to have preserved more muscle while losing fat with the help of CLA, to have burned more fat, etc.
There could be some truth to this because it can work and I am sure there are people out there that are telling the truth, however, the reason CLA doesn't have a good reputation in science and in clinical trials is because it is unreliable, inconsistent and has provided conflicting results across multiple trials.
When it works, it can offer results but only combined with the right diet and exercise, but even then the benefits are modest. The major downfall though is that even when you take it in the right dose and take it regularly, each day for several weeks, it could prove unreliable and not work.
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