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Could CLA Help My Constant Dieting?

After using every bit of self-control, I finally shed those last 10 pounds-or, I should say, I shed them again—for about the twentieth time. It’s at the point where my friends don’t even compliment me on how good I look because they know I’m just going to gain it right back. What can I do?

Break the yo-yo dieting cycle with conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). In more than 500 studies, this fatty acid has emerged as a powerful tool for health and fitness. Recently, a Norwegian study followed 80 overweight people who first dieted for several months, then reverted to their old eating habits. Although they did regain some weight, those taking CLA put it back on in the form of twice as much muscle as their non-CLA counterparts. Since muscle burns more calories than fat, the CLA group’s increase in lean muscle mass translates to faster metabolism. Try taking 1,000 mg. of CLA before meals to get rid of those once and for all.

Comments (2)

  • jennifer Squires March 15, 2016 - 10:17 am Reply

    I’m a little confused about the use of CLA. From what I gather, CLA is from the safflower plant and everything I’ve read about consuming safflower oil is negative. Can you please explain how this form of CLA is supposed to benefit us, and not further harm our health. In addition, my ALCAT tests continually show a high sensitivity to safflower oil. This being said, is CLA something I should avoid?

  • Mary Reading May 3, 2017 - 11:50 pm Reply

    Why did no one answered the question above? I have wondered the same thing. How does safflower oil in a gel caps make it less harmful?

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