The Science Behind CLA

Does It Really Work?

What's The Science Behind CLA?

Doctor Formulation

CLA has become popular thanks to its many health benefits and substantial clinical data to back it. It is now one of the biggest health supplements in the country, especially when it comes to weight loss and burning fat.*

CLA is a naturally occurring fatty acid that helps the body burn fat while increasing muscle strength. Often, even though we may eat a healthy diet and exercise, our body sometimes needs an extra boost to help shed those stubborn pounds, especially in areas like your stomach, bottom, and thighs.* So, when a product comes along that will help you achieve your goals, then it makes sense to enjoy the benefits it provides. Why not?

Observed Benefits Of CLA

  • Increases metabolism*
  • Maximizes weight loss effects*
  • Increases muscle strength*
  • Increases energy*
 

However, not all CLA products can produce these impressive results and help you reach your personal health goals. Make sure to choose a premium-quality product with 100% natural, scientifically-proven CLA that is manufactured according to the highest modern standards.

CLA Supplements For Your Body


CLA For Weight Loss:*

Doctor Formulation

An often reviewed study on the effects of CLA on weight loss and fat burning was published in The Journal of Nutrition. The clinical study was a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled human study conducted on 60 overweight and obese participants. The participants had a BMI of 25-35kg/m2 and led non-active, sedentary lifestyles and had no other health problems.

The clinical trial divided the 60 participants into five groups, a placebo group plus four other CLA groups ingesting different doses of CLA. The daily dosage was divided into three doses taken at breakfast, lunch, and dinner and the study lasted for 12 weeks. For a full review of that clinical study, please Click Here.

At the conclusion of the study, tests showed a higher reduction in body fat in the groups with the higher doses of CLA.*

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References:

1 - The Journal of Nutrition