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CLA in grass-fed beef is a powerful anti-carcinogen that also promotes fat loss

3/17/2013 - CLA, or conjugated linoleic acid, wasn't discovered until 1979 when researchers applied a beef extract to the skin of mice that were also exposed to a potent toxin. After a 16-week period, the group of mice with the beef extract had 20 percent fewer tumors than those without. Nine years later, in 1987,...

CLA is the newest super nutrient (Opinion)

8/22/2011 - Wild game and naturally grass-fed cattle have been a staple part of many cultures diets for years. The meat and dairy products from animals contain an incredible array of nutrients. The newest super-nutrient found in these animal products is Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA). Grass-fed lamb, goat, &...

Wild grass makes many vegetarian diets work

3/21/2011 - In the health community there's often disagreement about whether to include meat in the diet. Some sources cite vegetarian or vegan diets as key for health, while others note that some people don't do well on these diets over extended periods of time. Ever wonder why? Let's have a look, but let's start...

CLA Supplements Support Fat Burning and Weight Loss

12/19/2008 - With all of the hype flooding the media about natural weight loss supplements, it's difficult to separate fact from fiction. Supplements that contain CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) have been heavily promoted as a powerful natural weight loss supplement, but does CLA live up to its reputation? Conjugated...

CLA found mildly effective at reducing body fat in meta-data analysis

10/4/2007 - A fatty acid known as conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) may help reduce body fat mass in humans when taken as a dietary supplement, according to a meta-analysis led by Leah Whigham from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Whigham...

Conjugated Linoleic Acid for weight loss: it's no magic diet pill

7/29/2005 - America is known for its stars and stripes, the Statue of Liberty andů its obesity problem. Obesity problem? Are we an overweight nation? Yes, there are more overweight people in the United States than in any other nation. Now, we all know that our love affair with fast food doesn't make us any thinner,...

Do CLA supplements help you lose weight and prevent breast cancer?

8/3/2004 - Many people are taking CLA supplements, also known as conjugated linoleic acid, in order to lose weight, increase their lean muscle mass, and protect against breast cancer. But a new look at the available evidence on CLA by the American Institute for Cancer Research brings up some important questions...

CLA supplements shown to reduce body fat and increase lean body mass; study examines effects of this healthy oil

6/10/2004 11:50:25 AM - A new study being published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reveals that daily consumption of Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) helped overweight adults lose a significant portion of body fat (up to nine percent, says the study). Of course, the study was funded by Tonalin, makers...

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