C.L.A (Conjugated linoleic acid) 500mg softgel
Linoleic acid is the most common omega-6 fatty acid, found in vegetable oils in large amount and also in other foods in smaller a mount. The ``conjugated`` prefix is related to the arrangement of the double bonds in the fatty acid molecule. There are 28 different forms of CLA. The difference between these forms is that their double bonds are arranged in different ways. It's important to keep in mind that something as minuscule as this can change the world to our cells. CLA is essentially a type of polyunsaturated, omega-6 fatty acid. In other words, it's technically a trans-fat but a natural type of trans fat found in healthy foods. Numerous studies show that industrial trans fats which are different from natural trans fats such as CLA are harmful when consumed in high amounts. The main dietary sources of CLA are the meat and milk of ruminants, cow, goat and sheep. The total amounts of CLA in
these foods depend on what the animals eat. For example, the CLA amount in beef and dairy of cows consumed grass is 300¬500% higher than grain-fed cows. It is also a popular dietary supplement that is sold with claims of helping people lose fat, maintain weight loss, retain lean muscle mass, and control type 2 diabetes the type of diabetes that is often associated with obesity.