Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) is the umbrella term used to indicate all linoleic acid isomers, referring to a polyunsaturated fatty acid from the omega-6 family. Polyunsaturated fats are all the triglycerides that contain a fatty acid with more than one double bond in the molecule.
- CLA can be produced by the human body itself, although small amounts of it are found in foods such as full-fat milk and other dairy products.
- In even lower concentrations, it occurs in the meat of ruminant animals like cows.
- Promote fat burning and reduce weight
- Reduce appetite
- Slow down the conversion of carbohydrates to fats
- Accelerate metabolism
- Promote growth and preservation of muscle mass
- Lower cholesterol levels
- Strengthen the immune system
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